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1 ! "#$%&'#!(&!)*+$#,!-./+!0%+&&$! 1$233!&4!5678! Today you will have an opportunity to become more familiar with Buhler High School. You will take a tour of the building, stopping in elective classes to check them out. Also you will be introduced to your mentor. Your mentor is an upperclassman who has volunteered to help show you around the school and answer any questions you may have. Each mentor is working with about 8-10 students, so this will also allow you to meet other people your mentor is assisting. Here is the agenda for the day: 8:45 arrive at Buhler High School auditorium 9:00 tour the building in a small group with your mentor 10:45 leave for PHMS (Please tell your parents that February 24th at 7:00pm, we will be having the evening meeting for 8 th graders and their parents. We will hand out enrollment materials and have you fill out your class requests for 9 th grade. We will send a letter or to remind you later in February. The 24 th is also Parent-Teacher Conferences at the high school from 5:00-8:30pm.) 1

2 Academics Buhler High School requires that all students complete the graduation requirements to earn a high school diploma. In addition to the required courses, there are over 19 electives from which students may choose. (This opens up to over 96 electives available over 4 years.) We hope that 9 th graders explore a wide variety of electives. There are 7 periods in the school day. A typical Freshman course list is: 1. (Freshmen, Honor Freshman, Resource Eng., Life Skills Eng.) 2. Math (Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Resource Math, Life Skills Math) 3. Science (Physical Science, Honors Physical Science) 4. PE/Health (two! credit courses: PE is one semester and Health class is one semester.) 3-6 electives must add up to 6 semesters or 3 total credits. (1 semester =! credit) 5. 1 st sem 2 nd sem _ 6. 1 st sem 2 nd sem _ 7. 1 st sem 2 nd sem _ Freshmen Electives Courses 1) Agriculture Department: AG Science- 2 semesters 2) Business/Computer Department a) Interactive Media(Computer Tech.) this is not taken by many 9 th graders. You can take this course any year 9-12, but you must have it to graduate. Most wait until their 10 th grade. 3) Communication Arts a) Novice Debate (must be recommended) 1 semester (only 1 st semester) Fine Arts b) Forensics (must be recommended) - 1 semester (only 2 nd semester) Fine Arts c) Print Journalism I - 1 semester (might go in either semester) 4) Family and Consumer Science (you can only take these courses one time through high school.) a) Essentials in Fashion and Interior Design* b) Career & Life Planning* c) Early Childhood Education d) Parenting and Child Development e) Fashion and Fabric f) Nutrition and Meal Planning *These are good introductory courses. 5) Modern Language a) Spanish I - 2 semesters or b) French I - 2 semesters 6) Performing and Visual Arts (must have one full credit of Fine Arts before graduation) -All of these plus Debate and Forensics are Fine Arts. a) Acting I - 1 semester (only 1 st semester) b)advanced Acting 1 semester (only 2 nd semester) c) Concert Choir - 2 sem. d) Crusader Marching Band/Crusader Symphonic Band- 2 sem Art - 1 semester (can request to take 2 semesters, but usually class is too full) 7) Social Studies a) World History - you must take World History A( taught 1 st sem) and World History B(taught 2 nd sem) during your 9 th or 10 th grade years. Each is 1 semester b) Civics - 1 semester, an elective or c) World Geography 1 semester, an elective 8) Technology Education a) Manufacturing Technology 2 semesters- pre-requisite-must have taken Intro To Industrial Technology at middle school or get permission of instructor. b) Drafting/CAD 1 2 semesters - pre-requisite-must have taken Intro To Industrial Technology at middle school or get permission of instructor. 2

3 Notes on required courses: courses: Most Freshmen take regular Freshman. Those who excel in and want to move at a faster pace may ask to take the Freshman Honors. If you are interested, go ahead and sign up for Honors ; however, you must have an A or B in your current class, must have a recommendation from their current teacher and must have strong scores on State Assessment or other reading tests. If you sign up, Miss Mauk will ask your teacher for the recommendation and will check you test scores. There is a required summer reading for Honors. Students must be in the Honors classes to take Senior AP later for college credit. Some students who need additional help take Resource Room. These students have been receiving assistance and have a plan in place for this (IEP); students must have permission to take Resource classes. Math courses: Your 8 th grade math teacher will make a recommendation for your math class. You will be required to take 3 years of math though most students take all four years. Most freshman take Algebra I. Some students who have taken Algebra I and gotten 85% or higher in middle school take Geometry; this means Algebra II as a soph., Pre-Calculus as a junior, and Calculus as a senior. Students who have been receiving special assistance and have an IEP should sign up for Resource Room Math, Life Skills Math, Pre-Algebra RR or Algebra RR ask you current math teacher which is right for you or which is on your IEP. Science courses: You will be required to take 3 years of science. Most students take science all four years. Physical Science is the 9th grade science class and must be taken before Biology. Honors Physical Science is available for those students who will enroll in Geometry or Alg I and who are strong in science. All 9 th graders must take either Physical Science or Honors Physical Science. Exceptions to this will be made on an individual basis through Miss Mauk. If you sign up for Honors Physical Science, you must have a recommendation from you current teacher. If you sign up, Miss Mauk will contact your 8 th grade teacher. PE/Health: All Freshmen must take one a year of PE and Health. World History Before the end of the sophomore year, all Freshmen must have completed World History A (taught 1 st semester) and World History B (taught 2 nd semester). It is your choice as to when you take them. If you plan on taking Advanced Placement U.S. History for college credit, then it is highly recommended that you take World History B in the 9 th grade to avoid a conflict on your 10 th grade schedule. Fine Arts - You must take 2 semesters of Fine Arts before you graduate. They can be in art, music (band or vocal), debate, forensics or acting. Computers You must take Interactive Media before you graduate. Almost no freshmen take this course. It is available to you any year. You may want to wait until you have more room in your schedule if you have a lot of electives this year. Read the course descriptions in the Enrollment Guide for more information. Notes on Electives The elective courses are courses you choose to take; they are not required. When you enroll, you will choose enough elective courses to add up to 6 semesters or 3 credits AND you will be asked to choose another 3 credits worth of electives you would take in case you did not get one or more of your first choices. 3

4 Activities We believe that school activities are an important part for each student s growth toward becoming a good citizen and a contributing member of society. These activities provide opportunities for leadership, for making friends, and for mentorship by the coaches and supervisors involved. Most clubs meet during the school day, during seminar period. Most sports have practice immediately after school. Other activities may take place during the school day or outside of the school day. Opportunities for involvement (other than athletic) Art Club for students who are artistic or who just enjoy art. There are meetings during seminars and field trips. Students do not have to be enrolled in an Art class to be this organization. B Club This is open to students who earn a varsity letter in a sport or activity. The club sponsors service projects, a B-Team basketball tournament, chili supper and various other activities. Cheerleading (also under Athletics) cheerleaders promote and uphold school spirit; work to develop a sense of sportsmanship among students, promote unification of the crowd s involvement during athletic events and build better relationships between schools. Creative Writing Club for those who enjoy writing Crimestoppers -- promotes school pride and responsibility. It allows students to take action against victimization and crime. The program is student-operated and available to students of all ages. FCA Fellowship of Christian Athletes. This is a Non-denominational organization, open to all students. The BHS FCA is a support group that encourages our young people to walk with Christ, and to be the kind of student leaders and role models he or she is called to be through the example of Christ. FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) - is an organization open to any male or female who is taking or has taken a FACS class. This organization promotes family and consumer science related activities, develops leadership skills, uses problem-solving skills and helps build self-confidence and teamwork. FFA Future Farmers of America is an organization sponsored by the Agricultural department. It is open to any male or female who is enrolled in a vocational agricultural class. It promotes leadership, citizenship and cooperation through various activities throughout the year. French Club-International Club-Spanish Club is open to any student interested in foreign culture. Activities include folk festival, float building, and plays. NFL (National Forensics League) a national honor society recognizing achievement in high school speech, debate and student congress activities. Quiditch Club Harry Potter fans will know what this is. Scholars Bowl Teams of students compete to answer questions over academic areas such as math, science, language arts and social studies. All students are eligible to compete. Science Club promotes and interest in science and science-related careers. Activities include contests, projects, lectures, and field trips. Open to all students. SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) a student organization that promotes activities and programs to help students make appropriate decisions regarding drinking and driving. StuCo (Student Council) works to assure greater cooperation between students and faculty, uphold the standards of the school, foster school spirit, and improve the scholarship of students. StuCo is responsible for all matters pertaining to student government and school problems not specifically 4

5 Athletics It is important for each of you to have a well-balanced activity program that might involve joining an athletic team as a participant or as a manager or statistician. Athletic teams foster physical fitness as well as citizenship and the practice of good sportsmanship. Timetable for Sports Fall: Winter: Spring: Girls tennis Boys basketball Boys tennis Girls volleyball Girls basketball Co-ed track Boys football Wrestling Boys golf Co-ed cross country Bowling (Jan & Feb) Boys baseball Boys soccer Girls softball Girls golf Girls soccer You must have passed 5 credits at the end of each semester in order to be eligible to participate in high school sports and activities. You must also have a current physical. Get an appointment anytime after May 1, 2012 to get physicals to be ready for fall the sports. A recent physical must be on file at the high school office before you can practice or participate in any sport. There are summer clinics and camps available in many sports. Basketball, volleyball, football, and wrestling clinics will be at BHS. There is also summer weight training. Area college coaches run camps and clinics through the summer as well. August 18th is the starting practice date for football, volleyball, cross country, girls tennis, boys soccer, and girls golf. 5

6 Tentative Four-Year Course Plan If you would like to plan out your 4 years at BHS, you can use this page. It is important to plan your required courses each year and then see how you can fit you desired electives in around them. Also please check the front pages of the enrollment guide to see what is required for the Regents colleges (Ku, K-State, Washburn, Emporia, Fort Hays State, Pittsburg State, and Wichita State) and what is required to play NCAA and NAIA athletics. Each year must add up to 7 credits (each semester is worth! credit) Freshman Year Sophomore Year Math Math Science Science Health/PE? Interactive Media (must take before graduating)? World History A or B or both(9 th or 10 th )? World History A or B or both(9 th or 10 th ) Junior Year ` Senior Year Math Science U.S. History Government/ extra Math if collegebound extra Science if collegebound *You must take 2 semesters of Fine Arts before graduating: Band, Choir, Acting, Art, Intro to Music, Debate, Forensics and Photojournalism. *You must take Interactive Media before you graduate. The sooner you take it, the sooner you can use these skills in your other coursework. The above plan is designed to meet the minimum requirement for high school graduation. Colleges and many vocational school recommend that students continue on in math and sciences for all four years. Also there may be foreign language requirements for a certain college you wish to go to or other requirements. 6

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