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1 Dallastown Area High School 12 th Grade Scheduling
2 Promotion Requirements 6.5 credits to grade 10 13.0 credits to grade 11 19.5 credits to grade 12* *If a student is in a position after his/her junior year of high school to schedule the requisite courses to meet all graduation requirements the following year, the 19.5 credit requirement to promote can be waived.
3 Graduation Requirements 4.0 credits in English (English I, II, III are required) 4.0 credits in Social Studies (Required: World Cultures, US History I and II, and Economics unless a senior AP class is selected) 3.0 credits in Mathematics (Algebra I, Algebra II and Geometry or Algebra II, Geometry and a third math beyond Geometry)
4 Graduation Requirements 3.0 credits in Science (General Science and Biology will be required beginning with the class of 2013) 2.0 credits in the Humanities/Applied Arts (includes World Language, Philosophy, Music, Art, Technology Education, FACS or English and Social Studies credits exceeding the previously listed graduation requirements in those areas) 1.6 credits in Physical Education (one course in PE each year).6 credit in Health
5 Graduation Requirements.4 credit in Computer Applications.4 credit in Oral Communications 1.0 credit for the Culminating Project 6.0 credits in other major/elective courses that do not fulfill other requirements
6 Graduation Requirements 26 credits are required for graduation; 4 credits and the Culminating Project must be passed in the senior year. 26 credits are required for graduation; 4 credits and the Culminating Project must be passed in the senior year. 26 credits are required for graduation; 4 credits and the Culminating Project must be passed in the senior year. 26 credits are required for graduation; 4 credits and the Culminating Project must be passed in the senior year. Mid-term and final exams, where given, are course requirements.
7 What Courses Do I Have to Take as a Senior? The Typical senior must take… English History – Economics Physical Education Additional required classes as necessary – see your counselor
8 What Classes Should I Select? #1 Select your required classes necessary for graduation #2 Consult with your teacher # 3 Consider post-secondary plans #4 Utilize other resources – Counselor, Course Curriculum Guide, Parents, College
9 Course Selection Sheet STUDENT NAME: _____________________________________ DUE DATE: February 11, 2011 (please print)Last First M.I. PARENTS NAMES: _______________________________ HOME PHONE #_____________ (with whom you reside) CELL PHONE #______________ EMAIL_________________________ Counselor (circle one) Mr. Boop Mrs. HughesMrs. Poster Ms. Matje Mrs. Miller Miss Morrison GRADE TWELVE COURSE SELECTION SHEET: 2011-2012 All students must select a minimum of five major subjects and a minimum of 34 total periods. All major subjects and level 3 and 4 electives must have teachers recommendations and initials. Place an X in the bracket next to the chosen course code number and an A beside each alternate. Teacher Recommendation: Initials, 1 = Recommended, 2 = Not Recommended s = semester course REC.Code SUBJECTS Level Credit Per Initial # ___ __ (X)1213English IV MC11.05
10 Completing Your Selection Sheet All students must select at least five major subjects and 34 total periods. Teacher Rec: Initials, 1 = Recommended, 2 = Not Recommended s = semester course All major subjects and level 3 and 4 electives must have teachers rec. and initials. Place an X in the bracket next to the chosen course code number and an A beside each alternate.
11 Initials # Code SUBJECTS Level Credit Per ( ) B121 British Lit3.5 5s (0121/0143) Creative Writing3.5 5s __ __ ( ) B123 Lit Sport/Rec2.5 5s (0123/0145) Sports Writing2.5 5s Marking Your Selections A1 SM 1 X X
12 Doubling in English or History 4 th year of Math or Science Business Art Technology Education FACS/Child Care Additional Majors to Consider
13 Anatomy Health/PE Major Philosophy Your Employability Skills (YES Program) Additional Majors to Consider
15 Diversified Occupations (Career Related) Workplace Transition (Non-career related) Special Program Scheduling
16 Special Program Scheduling Advanced Skills Center Auto Technology, CAD/Animation, Health Care, Nurse Aide, Welding, Repair Technologies/Mechatronics, and Pre- apprenticeship Co-op Program
17 Special Program Scheduling Part Time Courses at YCST – (Intro to) Construction Trades, Carpentry, Electrical Occ, HVAC, Block Masonry, Landscape Design, Architectural Design, Mechanical Drafting, Automotive Technology, Precision Metal Machining, Welding, Baking/Pastry Arts; also Nail Technology and Medical Terminology Career Internship Dual Enrollment
18 If you are interested… Listen for announcements - a separate application is necessary. Meet with your School Counselor to determine your initial eligibility (based on credits). Complete a FULL schedule – do not count the program into your periods.
19 Diversified Occupations - Mr. Hasenfuss Workplace Transition – Mr. Hasenfuss Advanced Skills Center – Dr. Stauffer Dual Enrollment – Mr. Fickes YCST Part Time Classes – Dr. Stauffer Career Internship – Dr. Stauffer Diversified Occupations - Mr. Hasenfuss Workplace Transition – Mr. Hasenfuss Advanced Skills Center – Dr. Stauffer Dual Enrollment – Mr. Fickes YCST Part Time Classes – Dr. Stauffer Career Internship – Dr. Stauffer Need More Information?
20 Marking Your Elective Courses Rank your electives in order of importance! Carefully select your alternates! You may get them! Place a 1 by your first choice, a 2 by your second choice, and so on. Place an A1 by your first alternate, an A2 by your second alternate.
21 Code SUBJECTS Level Credit Per ( 2 ) 0150Adv. Read/St. Skills 2.4 2 (1) 0159Print Journalism 3.6 3 (A1) 0160 Public Speaking 3.4 2 ( ) 0250 Civil War 3.4 2 (A2) 0253Holocaust Studies 3.4 2 ( )0260 Local History 2.4 2 Electives Course Selections (1)
22 Course Selection Waiver Allows you to enroll in a course that you were NOT recommended for. You may not drop the course. Discuss this waiver with your teacher. A course selection waiver does not override a prerequisite. See your counselor to secure a waiver.
23 Completed course selection sheets are due to your teacher in this classroom on Deadline February 11, 2011
24 Deadline date for submitting course changes to the Guidance Office is: Deadline LAST DAY OF SCHOOL LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
25 Counselor Assignments Mrs. Hughes A - Do Mrs. PosterDu - H Mr. BoopI - Mo Ms. MatjeMu-Si Mrs. MillerSk – Z