Class of 2018 and Beyond Registration and Graduation Planning Guide

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1 Business & Industry Agricultural Architecture and Interior Architecture - Dual Credit Audio Video Production Automotive - Dual Credit Business Management Culinary Arts Fashion Finance Graphic Information Computer Information Dual Credit Information Web Journalism-Yearbook/Newspaper Marketing & Entrepreneurship Veterinary Medicine/Animal Science Welding - Dual Credit STEM - Science,, Engineering & Mathematics Aerospace Engineering Engineering - Dual Credit Robotics Engineering Computer Science Mathematics Science Combination of 2 programs Public Service Education & Training Health Science Law & Public Safety Arts & Humanities Art Dance Music Theater English Social Studies World Languages Multi-Disciplinary Studies 4 advanced courses in endorsements above 4 credits in 4 foundation subjects including English IV and Chemistry and/or Physics 4 credits from AP/IB/Dual Credit courses in English, math, science, social studies, LOTE or Fine Arts Class of 2018 and Beyond Registration and Graduation Planning Guide School Year

2 How to Use This Guide Step One: Review page 3 Graduation Plan Under House Bill 5 Rockwall ISD. This page provides a quick overview of the requirements of House Bill 5 Foundation Graduation Plan and the Endorsement Choices available in Rockwall ISD. Step Two: Carefully read through the Rockwall ISD Endorsement s on pages 4-8. Have a conversation with your child about his/her interests and talents. Keeping this conversation in mind, identify the Endorsement s that seem to be a match between your child s interests/talents and the Endorsement courses. Before looking through this guide, it would be helpful for you to visit: The information on this pathway preview site provides detailed descriptions of each of the endorsements and contains a sample 4-year plan for every endorsement pathway. Looking through the courses included on the 4-year plans will help you and your son/daughter identify the endorsement and pathway that seems to be the best fit. You can also use these sample plans to complete the blank 4-year plan at the back of this guide. It may also be helpful to use our Career Cruising resource during this conversation. Career Cruising is a tool that includes interest inventories, career information, and how to match those two. To access Career Cruising from your home, go to: Step Three: After you have selected the endorsement and pathway your son/daughter will follow, please circle that endorsement at the top of the RISD Course Request form and write the specific pathway you have chosen on the blank line underneath. Step Four: Complete the remainder of the RISD Course Request form. Sign the form in the space allotted and return to your child s counselor. 2

3 GraduationPlanUnderHouseBill5 RockwallISD FoundationSchool Program Endorsement RockwallISD Diploma 22Credits 4Credits* 26Credits English 4Credits English1 English2 English3 AdvancedEnglish o English4,APEnglish4,IBEnglish 4,CommunicationsApplications, CreativeWriting,Advanced Journalism3ANewspaper ProductionorYearbook Production Mathematics 3Credits Algebra1 Geometry AdvancedMathematics o MathModels,Algebra2/PreA APAlgebra2(recommended, Calculus/PreAAPCalculus,AP Calculus(ABorBC,AP Statistics,PreAAPComputer Science,APComputer Science,orStatisticsandRisk Management SocialStudies 3Credits WorldGeographyorWorldHistory U.S.History Government(.5credit Economics(.5credit Science 3Credits Biology IPCorAdvancedScience AdvancedScience o Chemistry,PreAAP/AP Chemistry,Physics,APPhysics, APEnvironmentalScience, Astronomy,Earth&Space Science,EnvironmentalSystems, AdvancedAnimalScience, Anatomy&Physiology, Engineering&Problem Solving,ForensicScience,or ScientificResearchand ForeignLanguage 2Credits PhysicalEducation 1Credit FineArts 1Credit Electives 5Credits Business&Industrys Agricultural Architecture/Interior AudioVisualCommunications AutomotiveADualCredit BusinessManagement CulinaryArts DigitalGraphics Fashion Finance Information JournalismAYearbook/Newspaper Marketing&Entrepreneurship VeterinaryMedicine/Animal Science WeldingADualCredit STEMs(Science,, Engineering&Math AerospaceEngineering ComputerScience Mathematics Science RoboticsEngineering STEMCombination(2creditsinany 2pathwaysabove PublicServices EducationandTraining HealthScience Arts&Humanitiess Art Dance Music Theater EnglishLiterature SocialStudies WorldLanguages MultiADisciplinarys FourAdvancedCoursesselectedfrom: ArtsandHumanities Business&Industry PublicServices STEM 4creditsinthe4foundationareas 4creditsfromAP/IB/DualCredit *4#Credits#required#in#an#endorsement# pathway#to#earn#an#endorsement.##must# also#include#4 th #credit#of#math#and#4 th # credit#of#science,#which#may#or#may#not# be#included#in#4<credit#endorsement# pathway.# DistinguishedLevelofAchievement Studentsmayearn Distinguished LevelofAchievement ontheir DiplomabyachievingALLofthe following: 4creditsinmathematics,which mustincludealgebra2 4creditsinscience RemainingFoundationDiploma requirements Atleast1endorsement PerformanceAcknowledgements Studentsmayearn Performance Acknowledgements ontheir Diplomabyachievinganyofthe following: Atleast12collegehourswitha gradeof3.0orhigherona4.0 scale Earnanassociatedegreein highschool Bilingualism/Biliteracy 3orbetteronAPExam/4or betteronibexam Outstandingperformanceon PSAT,PLAN,ACT,orSAT Earnanationallyor internationallyrecognized businessorindustry certificationorlicense 3

4 Business & Industry Endorsement Requirements: A coherent sequence of four or more credits with at least two credits in the same career pathway and at least one advanced course All courses are one credit unless otherwise noted. Underlined course indicates it is a prerequisite course for the next level course. Bus transportation is available for programs at the alternate campus, the Ag Barn, or Eastfield College. Course availability will be dependent upon available staff and facilities. Courses available at both campuses, unless otherwise noted. Dual Credit courses require a minimum of 15 students participating in the course. 8 th Grade HS Credit Electives Recommended 1 st Year of Agricultural (at the Ag Barn Agricultural Power Systems Architecture and Interior (at RHHS campus Principles of Architecture & Construction Architecture and Green Dual Credit (at RHHS campus, tuition required for advanced courses Principles of Architecture & Construction Audio Video Production Business Information Principles of Arts, Audio Video, and Communications Automotive Dual Credit (at Eastfield College, Juniors and seniors only, free tuition, transportation provided Select any Elective from the Business & Industry Endorsement Options Business Management (at RHS campus Principles of Business, Marketing & Finance Culinary Arts Principles of Business, Marketing & Finance 2 nd Year of 3 rd Year of Agricultural Facilities & Fabrication blocked with Agricultural Mechanics and Metal Technologies Practicum in Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources I Architectural (Application Required, 2 credits Advanced Architectural Architectural (Application Required, 2 credits Fall: DFTG 1309 Basic Computer Aided Drafting Spring: INDS 1371 Introduction to Green Audio Video Production Advanced Audio Video Production Select any Elective from the Business & Industry Endorsement Options Fall: AUMT 1305 Intro to Automotive AND AUMT 1307 Electrical Systems Spring: AUMT 1310 Automotive Brake Systems AND AUMT 1345 Climate Control Sports & Entertainment Marketing Business Management Culinary Arts Advanced Culinary Arts 4 th Year of Practicum in Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources II Practicum in Architecture Fall: INDS 1301 Basic Elements of Spring: INDS 1341 Color Theory & Application Practicum in Arts, A/V & Communications Fall: AUMT 1316 Auto Suspension & Steering AND Electrical Diagnosis & Repair Spring: Practicum in Transportation (Work in the Industry 20 hours per week Practicum in Business AND/ Statistics & Business Decision Making (Math credit Practicum in Culinary Arts 4

5 Business & Industry Endorsement (continued Requirements: A coherent sequence of four or more credits with at least two credits in the same career pathway and at least one advanced course All courses are one credit unless otherwise noted. Underlined course indicates it is a prerequisite course for the next level course. Bus transportation is available for programs at the alternate campus, the Ag Barn, or Eastfield College. Course availability will be dependent upon available staff and facilities. Courses available at both campuses, unless otherwise noted. Dual Credit courses require a minimum of 15 students participating in the course. Cyber Security Dual Credit (at RHHS campus, tuition required for advanced courses Fashion (at RHHS campus Finance Graphic Information Computer (at RHHS campus Information - Web (at RHS campus Journalism Newspaper 8 th Grade HS Credit Electives Recommended Business Information Journalism/Newspap er (No HS credit for this course 1 st Year of 2 nd Year of Principles of Information Vivamus et metus. Mobile App Development (/12 credit AND Digital Forensics (1/2 credit Principles of Arts, Audio Video, and Communications Principles of Business, Marketing & Finance Principles of Arts, Audio Video and Communications Fashion Accounting I Graphic & Illustration Principles of Information Computer Maintenance Principles of Information Digital & Interactive Multimedia Journalism Advanced Journalism: Newspaper 1 Yearbook 1 3 rd Year of Fall: CPMT 1305 IT Essentials Spring: ITNW 1358 Network + Advanced Fashion Accounting II Advanced Graphic & Illustration Computer Technician Computer Programming Advanced Journalism: Newspaper 2 Yearbook 2 4 th Year of Fall: ITSY 1300 Fundamentals of Information Security AND ITMT 1370 Configuring & Supporting Microsoft Windows 7 Practicum in Fashion Practicum in Business AND/ Statistics & Business Decision Making (Math credit Practicum in Arts, A/V & Communications Research in Information Solutions Web Technologies Advanced Journalism: Newspaper 3 Yearbook 3 5

6 Requirements: A coherent sequence of four or more credits with at least two credits in the same career pathway and at least one advanced course All courses are one credit unless otherwise noted. Underlined course indicates it is a prerequisite course for the next level course. Bus transportation is available for programs at the alternate campus, the Ag Barn, or Eastfield College. Course availability will be dependent upon available staff and facilities. Courses available at both campuses, unless otherwise noted. Dual Credit courses require a minimum of 15 students participating in the course. Business & Industry Endorsement (continued Public Service Marketing & Entrepreneurship Veterinary Medicine/ Animal Systems (upper level courses at the Ag Barn Video Game Welding Dual Credit (Juniors & Seniors only for advanced classes at Eastfield College free tuition, transportation provided, $50 supply fee Education & Training (at RHHS Campus Health Science (upper level courses at RHHS Campus Law, Public Safety, Corrections and Security (at RHS Campus 8 th Grade HS Credit Electives Recommended 1 st Year of Principles of Business, Marketing & Finance Principles of Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources blocked with Equine Science (1/2 credit AND Livestock Production (1/2 credit Business Information Principles of Arts, Audio Video, and Communications Select any Elective from the Business & Industry Endorsement Options Principles of Education & Training Principles of Health Science (1/2 credit AND Medical Terminology (1/2 credit Principles of Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security 2 nd Year of Sports & Entertainment Marketing Small Animal Management blocked with Veterinary Medical Applications (Biology & Chemistry Prerequisite Digital & Interactive Multimedia Select any Elective from the Business & Industry Endorsement Options Human Growth & Development Human Growth & Development Law Enforcement I (available rd Year of Entrepreneurship (1 credit AND/ Marketing Dynamics I (2 credits with campus lab or 3 credits with offsite employment or internship Practicum in Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources I Animation Fall: WLDG 1430 Intro to Gas Metal Arc Welding AND WLDG 1430 Intro to Gas Metal Arc Spring: WLDG 2447 Advanced Gas Metal Arc AND WLDG Welding Qualifications AND WLDG 1457 Intermediate Shielded Metal Arc Instructional Practices in Education & Training (available Health Science -Clinical Rotation (2 credits, Application Required AND Anatomy & Physiology (Science credit Law Enforcement II (available th Year of Marketing Dynamics I or II (2 credits with campus lab or 3 credits with offsite employment or internship Practicum in Ag, Food & Natural Resources II Video Game Fall: WLDG 1425 Intro to Oxy-Fuel AND WLDG 1434 Intro to Gas Tungsten Arc Spring: WLDG 2451 Advanced Gas Tungsten Arc AND WLDG 1471 Welding Qualifications AND 1457 Intermediate Shielded Metal Arc Practicum in Education & Training (available Practicum in Health Science Court Systems & Practices (1 credit (available AND Forensic Science (Science Credit 6

7 STEM Requirements: A coherent sequence of four or more credits with at least two credits in the same career pathway and at least one advanced course All courses are one credit unless otherwise noted. Underlined course indicates it is a prerequisite course for the next level course. Bus transportation is available for programs at the alternate campus, the Ag Barn, or Eastfield College. Course availability will be dependent upon available staff and facilities. Courses available at both campuses, unless otherwise noted. Dual Credit courses require a minimum of 15 students participating in the course. Engineering Computer Science (4 credits Math (In addition to required Math credits Science (In addition to required Science credits Combination STEM Aerospace (RHHS campus Pre-Engineering Dual Credit Robotics 8 th Grade HS Credit Electives Recommended Concepts of Engineering & Concepts of Engineering & Concepts of Engineering & Concepts of Engineering & Concepts of Engineering & Concepts of Engineering & Concepts of Engineering & 1 st Year of Engineering & Presentation Engineering & Presentation Engineering & Presentation Digital Forensics AND Mobile App Development 2 nd Year of Advanced Engineering & Presentation Advanced Engineering & Presentation Advanced Engineering & Presentation Pre-AP Computer Science Algebra 2 Chemistry Two credits each from no more than two of the STEM Programs of Study for a total of 4 credits 3 rd Year of Scientific Research & (Science credit Fall: ENGR 1201 Intro to Engineering Spring: RBTC 1305 Robotic Fundamentals Robotics 1 (formerly Robotics & Automation AP Computer Science (Math credit Any Math credit requiring a prerequisite of Algebra 2 Any Science credit 4 th Year of Engineering & Problem Solving (Science credit Fall: CETT 1325 Digital Fundamentals Spring: CETT 1403 DC Circuits Practicum in STEM Computer Science 3 (Begins in Any Math credit requiring a prerequisite of Algebra 2 Any Science credit 7

8 Arts & Humanities Courses are available at both RHS and RHHS. All courses are one credit unless otherwise noted. ^ Indicates courses not receiving high school credit. Underlined course indicates prerequisite course needed before proceeding to next level course Art Music Theater Drawing Painting Ceramics Sculpture Orchestra Band Piano Choir Performance Production Technical 8 th Grade Electives Recommended Art 2^ Craft and Art Sculpture 2^ Orchestra^ (Audition required Band ^ (Audition required Choir^ Theatre Arts 2^ 1 st Year in Art 1 or Pre-AP Portfolio Art 1 Orchestra 1 (8 th Grade Orchestra prerequisite audition Fall Marching Band 1 AND Spring Band 1 AND/ Jazz Ensemble 1 Piano Performance 1 Choir 1 Theatre Arts 1 Theatre Arts 1A (7 th & 8 th Grade Theatre Arts prerequisite Theatre Arts 1 Theatre Arts 1A (7 th & 8 th Grade Theatre Arts prerequisite Technical Theatre 1 2 nd Year in Art 2 Drawing Pre-AP Portfolio Art 2 Art 2 Painting Pre-AP Portfolio Art 2 Art 2 Ceramics Pre-AP Portfolio Art 2 Art 2 Sculpture Pre-AP Portfolio Art 2 Orchestra 2 Fall Marching Band 2 AND Spring Band 2 AND/ Jazz Ensemble 2 Piano Performance 2 Choir 2 Theatre Arts 2 Advanced Theatre Production 1 (Level 1 Theatre class or audition required Technical Theatre 2 3 rd Year in Art 3 Drawing AP Studio Art Drawing Art 3 Painting AP Studio Art 2-D Art 3 Ceramics AP Studio Art 3-D Art 3 Sculpture AP Studio Art 3-D Orchestra 3 Fall Marching Band III AND Spring Band 3 AND/ Jazz Ensemble 3 Piano Performance 3 Choir 3 Theatre Arts 3 Advanced Theatre Production 2 Technical Theatre 3 4 th Year in Art 4 Drawing, AP Studio Art 2-D AP Art History Art 4 Painting AP Art History Art 4 Ceramics AP Art History Art 4 Sculpture AP Art History Orchestra 4 Fall Marching Band IV AND Spring Band 4 AND/ Jazz Ensemble 4 AND/ AP Music Theory Piano Performance 4 AND/ AP Music Theory Choir 4 Theatre Arts 4 Advanced Theatre Production 3 Technical Theatre 4 8

9 Arts & Humanities (continued Courses are available at both RHS and RHHS. All courses are one credit unless otherwise noted. ^ Indicates courses not receiving high school credit. Underlined course indicates prerequisite course needed before proceeding to next level course. Dance Social Studies English World Languages Social Studies IB Social Studies Spanish French German Sign Language 8 th Grade Electives Recommended Drill Team^ Pre-AP US History 8^ Pre-AP English 8^ Spanish I 1 st Year in Dance 1 Creative Writing Spanish 1 Pre-AP Spanish 2 French 1 Pre-AP French 1 German 1 Pre-AP German 1 Sign Language 1 2 nd Year in Dance 2 Research & Technical Writing Spanish 2 Pre-AP Spanish 3 French 2 Pre-AP French 2 German 2 Pre-AP German 2 Sign Language 2 3 rd Year in Dance 3 4 th Year in English Elective History of the Americas HL Two additional Dance 4 (2-year course English 4 Social Studies includes History, credits Government, and AP English Literature Economics & Composition IB English HL (2-year, 2-credit course Spanish 3 AP Spanish 4 French 3 Pre-AP French 3 German 3 Pre-AP German 3 Sign Language 3 Spanish 4 French 4 AP German 4 Sign Language 4

10 Foundation$ English 4credits EnglishI EnglishII EnglishIII Math 3credits AlgebraI Geometry Algebra2or Adv.Math Science 3credits Biology SocialStudiesZ3credits WorldGeographyor WorldHistory USHistory Govt./Eco Lang.otherthanEnglishZ2credits FineArts 1credit PE 1credit Electives 5Credits $ $ Foundation$Total$Credits$=$22$ FourDYear$Graduation$Plan$with$a$Business$and$Industry$Endorsement$ Criteria$ $ ToearnaBusinessandIndustry Endorsement,thestudentmustcomplete: Acoherentsequenceofcoursesforfouror morecreditsinctethatconsistsofatleast twocoursesinthesamecareercluster /pathway,atleastoneadvancedctecourse, whichincludesanycoursethatisthirdor higherinthecoherentsequence: AudioVisualProduction Automotive DualCredit AdvancedBroadcastJournalismor Newspaper Agricultural ArchitectureandInterior BusinessManagement CulinaryArts DigitalGraphics Finance Information Web Information CompTech MarketingandEntrepreneurship VeterinaryMedicine/AnimalScience Welding DualCredit # FourEnglishelectivecreditsbyselecting threelevelsinoneofthefollowingareas: AdvancedJournalism:Newspaper Debate AdvancedJournalism:Yearbook Endorsement$Total$Credits$=$4 9th$grade$ 10th$grade$ 11th$grade$ 12th$grade$ EnglishI EnglishII EnglishIII Algebra1 Geometry Algebra2 Biology Chemistry Physics World Geography Principlesof Business, Marketing& Finance StudentName: ID: $ SAMPLE$FOUR$YEAR$PLAN$ *Yourplanmaydifferdependingonthecoursesyouselect. LOTE1 World History Culinary Arts LOTE2 USHistory Advanced Culinary Arts EnglishIVor Advanced English Advanced Math Advanced Science Government/ Economics Practicumin CulinaryArts 1 PE FineArt AnyElective AnyElective TOTAL$CREDITS$for$Graduation$=$26$ 10

11 Foundation$ English 4credits EnglishI EnglishII EnglishIII Math 3credits AlgebraI Geometry Algebra2or Adv.Math Science 3credits Biology SocialStudiesS3credits WorldGeographyor WorldHistory USHistory Govt./Eco Lang.otherthanEnglish 2credits FineArts 1credit PE 1credit ElectivesS5credits $ Foundation$Total$Credits$=$22$ Sample$FourBYear$Graduation$Plan$with$a$Public$Service$Endorsement$ Criteria$ $ Astudentmayearnapublicservice endorsementbycompletingfoundation andgeneralendorsementrequirements and: Acoherentsequenceofcoursesforfour ormorecreditsinctethatconsistsofat leasttwocoursesinthesamecareer cluster/pathway,includingatleastone advancedctecourse.thefinalcourse mustbeselectedfrom: Education&Training HealthScience LawandPublicSafety Endorsement$Total$Credits$=$4 StudentName: ID: SAMPLE$FOURBYEAR$PLAN$ *Yourplanmaydifferdependingonthecoursesyouselect. 9th$grade$ 10th$grade$ 11th$grade$ 12th$grade$ EnglishI EnglishII EnglishIII Algebra1 Geometry Algebra2 Biology World Geography Prin.ofHealth Science/Medical Terminology LOTE1 Chemistry World History Human Growth& Development LOTE2 Anatomy and Physiology USHistory Health Science Clinical Rotation EnglishIVor Advanced English Advanced Math Physics Government/ Economics Practicumin Health Science PE FineArt AnyElective AnyElective TOTAL$CREDITS$for$Graduation$=$26$ 11

12 Foundation English 4credits EnglishI EnglishII EnglishIII Math 3credits AlgebraI Geometry Algebra2or Adv.Math Science 3credits Biology SocialStudiesA3credits WorldGeographyor WorldHistory USHistory Govt./Eco Lang.OtherthanEnglish 2credits FineArts 1credit PE 1credit ElectivesA5credits FoundationTotalCredits=22 SampleFourJYearGraduationPlanwithaSTEMEndorsement Criteria AstudentmayearnaSTEMendorsementby completingfoundationandgeneral endorsementrequirementsincludingalgebra II,Chemistry,andPhysicsand: Acoherentsequenceofcoursesforfouror morecreditsinctethatconsistsofatleast twocoursesinthesamecareer cluster/pathwayandincludingoneadvanced CTEcourseinoneofthefollowingareas: AerospaceEngineering PreAEngineeringDualCredit RoboticsEngineering # Acoherentsequenceoffourcreditsin computerscienceselectedfromthefollowing: DigitalForensics MobileAppDevelopment PreAAPComputerScience APComputerScience APComputerScience # Atotaloffivemathcredits includingalgebra2andtwo additionalmathcoursesforwhich algebra2isaprerequisite. # Atotaloffivecreditsinscienceby successfullycompletingbiology, Chemistry,Physics,andtwo additionalsciencecourses # InadditiontoAlgebraII,Chemistry,and Physics,acoherentsequenceofthree additionalcreditsfromnomorethantwoof theabovecategories. EndorsementTotalCredits=4 9thgrade 10thgrade 11thgrade 12thgrade EnglishI EnglishII EnglishIII Algebra1 Geometry Algebra2 Biology Chemistry Physics World Geography Engineering & Presentation StudentName: ID: SAMPLEFOURYEARPLAN *Yourplanmaydifferdependingonthecoursesyouselect. World History Advanced Engineering & Presentation USHistory Robotics EnglishIVor Advanced English Advanced Math Advanced Science Government/ Economics Practicumin STEM LOTE1 LOTE2 AnyElective AnyElective FineArt PE AnyElective TOTALCREDITSforGraduation=26 AnyElective 12

13 Foundation English 4credits EnglishI EnglishII EnglishIII Math 3credits AlgebraI Geometry Algebra2or AdvMath Science 3credits Biology WorldGeographyor WorldHistory USHistory Govt./Eco FineArts 1credit PE 1credit Electives FoundationTotalCredits=22 SampleFourJYearGraduationPlanwithanArtsandHumanitiesEndorsement Criteria Astudentmayearnanartsandhumanities endorsementbycompletingfoundationand generalendorsementrequirementsand: Atotaloffivesocialstudiescredits(shown insampletoright # # Fourlevelsofthesamelanguageina languageotherthanenglish # # Twolevelsofthesamelanguageina languageotherthanenglishandtwolevels ofadifferentlanguageinalanguageother thanenglish # # FourlevelsofAmericanSignLanguage # # # Acoherentsequenceoffourcreditsby selectingcoursesfromoneortwocategories ordisciplinesinfinearts. # # FourEnglishelectivecreditsbyselecting fromthefollowing: EnglishIV CreativeWriting AdvancedPlacementEnglishLiterature andcomposition;or InternationalBaccalaureateLanguage StudiesA1HigherLevel;or EndorsementTotalCredits=4 StudentName: ID: SAMPLEFOURYEARPLAN *Yourplanmaydifferdependingonthecoursesyouselect. 9thgrade 10thgrade 11thgrade 12thgrade EnglishI EnglishII EnglishIII Algebra1 Geometry Algebra2 Biology Chemistry Physics WorldGeo World History USHistory EnglishIVor Advanced English Advanced Math Advanced Science Government/ Economics AnyElective AnyElective AnyElective AnyElective LOTE1 LOTE2 Psychology/ Sociology AnyElective Band Band Band Band TOTALCREDITSforGraduation=26 13

14 Foundation' English 4credits EnglishI EnglishII EnglishIII Math 3credits AlgebraI Geometry Algebra2or Adv.Math Science 3credits Biology SocialStudiesY3credits WorldGeographyor WorldHistory USHistory Govt./Eco Lang.otherthanEnglish 2credits FineArts 1credit PE 1credit ElectivesY5credits ' Foundation'Total'Credits'='22' Sample'Four,Year'Graduation'Plan'with'a'Multidisciplinary'Studies'Endorsement' Criteria' Astudentmayearnmultidisciplinary studiesendorsementbycompleting foundationandgeneralendorsement requirementsand: Fouradvancedcoursesthatpreparea studenttoentertheworkforce successfullyorpostsecondary educationwithoutremediationfrom withinoneendorsementareaor amongendorsementareasthatare notinacoherentsequence Fourcreditsineachofthefour foundationsubjectareastoinclude EnglishIVandChemistryand/or Physics Fourcreditsinadvancedplacement, InternationalBaccalaureate,ordual creditselectedfromenglish, Mathematics,Science,Socialstudies, Economics,languagesotherthan English,orFineArts ' ' ' Endorsement'Total'Credits'='4 StudentName: ID: SAMPLE'FOUR'YEAR'PLAN' *Yourplanmaydifferdependingonthecoursesyouselect. 9th'grade' 10th'grade' 11th'grade' 12th'grade' EnglishI EnglishII EnglishIII Algebra1 Geometry Algebra2 Biology Chemistry Physics World Geography World History USHistory EnglishIVor Advanced English Advanced Math Advanced Science Government/ Economics FineArt AnyElective AnyElective AnyElective LOTE1 LOTE2 AnyElective AnyElective Athletics Athletics Athletics Athletics TOTAL'CREDITS'for'Graduation'='26' 14

15 Foundation English 4credits EnglishI EnglishII EnglishIII Math 3credits+Advanced AlgebraI Geometry Algebra2or Science 3credits Biology SocialStudiesA3credits WorldGeographyor WorldHistory USHistory Govt./Eco Lang.otherthanEnglish 2credits FineArts 1credit PE 1credit Electives FoundationTotalCredits=22 SelectanEndorsement: Arts&Humanities Business&Industry MultiIDisciplinary PublicService STEM PleaserefertothemultiAcolorendorsement planpagestomatchyourintereststothe endorsementsofferedinrisd.youmayalso usethesamplefourayearplanstoassistyou asyoudevelopyourownfourayearplan. EndorsementTotalCredits=4 HighSchoolCredit CoursesTakenin 9thGrade 10thGrade 11thGrade 12thGrade 8 th Grade GraduationPlanWorksheet StudentName: ID: GRADUATIONPLAN Endorsement: : TOTALCREDITSforGraduation=26 15

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