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5/31/2014 Junior Year Scheduling Class 2016. Graduation Requirements 8 semesters of Language Arts 6 semesters of Social Studies 6 semesters of Science.

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1 5/31/2014 Junior Year Scheduling Class 2016

2 Graduation Requirements 8 semesters of Language Arts 6 semesters of Social Studies 6 semesters of Science 8 semesters of Mathematics 2 semesters of Phys. Education 4 semesters (or equivalent) of World Language 18 semesters of Elective courses (including Computer Applications and 2 semesters of any Visual, Performing or Applied Arts courses)

3 EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN for the Class of LANGUAGE ARTS LANG ARTS 1 LANG ARTS 2 LANG ARTS 3 LANG ARTS 4 LANG ARTS 5 LANG ARTS 6 LANG ARTS 7 LANG ARTS 8 SOCIAL STUDIES WORLD HISTORY 1 WORLD HISTORY 2 US HIST 1US HIST 2US ECONUS GOVT SCIENCE BIOLOGY CHEMISTRY or PHYSICS CHEMISTRY or PHYSICS ELECTIVE SCIENCE ELECTIVE SCIENCE MATHEMATICSALGEBRA 1 ALGEBRA 1 GEOMETRY 1 GEOMETRY 1 ALGEBRA 2 ALGEBRA 2 SENIOR YEAR MATH PE/HEALTHP.E. 9 World Lang.World LangWorld Lang. VPA Arts Computer Apps Electives

4 Are you on track? 23 credits Required to graduate –6 credits to be classified as a Sophomore –12 credits to be classified as a Junior –17 credits to be classified as a Senior If you lose credits due to a failing grade or attendance, you will not be classified as a Junior next year. After you make up the courses needed, you will be reclassified again and hopefully jump up to the correct grade level in your senior year.

5 Collegiate Academy Program What is the Collegiate Academy Program? Earn a high school diploma and a 2 year associates degree 1year after HS graduation, for FREE. Who can apply? Invitation to apply is based on successful completion of 9 th and 10 th grades (no failures), and PLAN test scores. What should I do now? Turn in a completed course selection sheet and wait for a letter inviting you to apply for the Collegiate Academy. If you have any further questions see Mrs. Malone

6 Advanced Placement National college-level curriculum One year contract/mandatory parent meeting 1+ hour homework/night Summer assignments Graded on a 5.0 scale Concluding AP Exam score may result in college credit Considered in college admission decision Go to AP website for more information

7 Advanced Placement Courses English Language & Composition Biology Chemistry Physics Environmental Science US History US Government

8 LANGUAGE ARTS Requirement Lang Arts 5, 6 or AP Lang & Comp

9 SOCIAL STUDIES Requirement U.S. Government Or AP Government (full year) U.S. Economics Or Intro to Marketing sequence

10 US Economics Requirement Students who elect to take Intro to Marketing and Selling or Marketing Management will fulfill the US Economics requirement. Intro to Marketing + Selling = US Econ Intro to Marketing + Market Mgt = US Econ

11 SCIENCE Requirement Physics Chemistry (recommended) Honors Chemistry Honors Physics (recommended) Other science electives: Forensic Science - full year Anatomy/Physiology - full year AP Biology AP Chemistry AP Physics AP Environmental Science DCMST 10 > DCMST 11

12 MATHEMATICS Requirement Geometry Algebra 2 (1 year) Honors Algebra 2 PreCalculus Algebra 2 Trig/PreCalculus or Statistics Students planning to take AP CALCULUS in their senior year must take PreCalculus

13 World Language Requirement Four semesters (2 credits) of the same World Language. American Sign Language Arabic French German Spanish

14 Visual, Performing and Applied Arts 2 semesters required ArtAuto Wood ShopTheatre Music / BandStudio/Video FoodAdvanced Microsoft YearbookMBCC JournalismFilm Studies

15 Course Offerings US History through Film (1 sem) Current Events – (1 sem) AP US Government – Yearlong *see descriptions in the updated curriculum guide on the counseling website

16 Physical Education Electives Required Prerequisite: completion of 2 semesters PE/Health 9 PE/HEALTH 10-12(Sem 1 for students completing requirement) SPORTS TECH (Sem 2 w/dept authorization 10-11) AEROBICS/WGTS (Sem 1 boys, Sem 2 girls) TEAM SPORTS( Sem 1 & 2) REC SPORTS ( Sem 1 V/Ball & Tennis, Sem 2 Basketball) Each elective PE course can only be taken once

17 For course descriptions, access the Curriculum Guide online: Click on COUNSELING Click on CURRICULUM & TESTING

18 Alternative Electives Course Name________________ Career Goal________________ Parent Signature ________________ Student Signature _________________

19 Dual Enrollment What is Dual Enrollment Dual Enrollment allows high school students to take college classes. Students attend high school, but go to the college for 1 or more college classes in place of electives. Who can Dual Enroll? Students who have taken one of the following: PSAT, PLAN, EXPLORE, ACT, or MME. Students who have qualifying scores for dual enrollment. Students who are on track (no failures) for graduation. Students who have fulfilled grade level graduation requirements.

20 What next? Parent/Student Meeting Wednesday, March 26th 5:00 pm or 6:00 pm You may NOT select Dual Enrollment on your selection sheet until after HFCC registration is completed. Dual Enrollment

21 PREPARING STUDENTS OF TODAY FOR THE CAREERS OF TOMORROW berry.dearbornschools.org/enroll Berry Career Center

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23 Easy enrollment using Course Selection Sheet Bus transportation is provided All programs are 1 year long Choose courses of interest (1, 2 or 3 classes) Can select up to 3 hours at Berry rd or th hours Hospitality Program also runs th hours Berry Career Center

24 Software Specialist is approved for Computer Apps Credit All career courses meet the Visual Performing & Applied Arts (or Art Class) credit for graduation All career courses provide the opportunity to earn College Credit (HFCC Credits) after Graduation All career courses focus on preparation for College and Future Employment in specific career fields Seniors can earn a MBCC Honors Graduation Cord Berry Career Center

25 Clubs & Activities HOSA SkillsUSA Kids Against Hunger IVD

26 Academics

27 Academic Courses (1 hour classes) 11 th Grade U.S. Government/U.S. Economics Meets Social Studies Graduation Requirement 12th Grade Language Arts 7/8 Meets Language Arts Graduation Requirement Individual needs easily accommodated using Edgenuity (E2020) courses Berry Career Center

28 Hospitality Studies

29 (2 or 3 hour block classes) Hospitality Studies YEAR I Hospitality Studies YEAR II (Second Year Program is available with instructor approval) Berry Career Center

30 Design Technology

31 Technology Courses (all 2 hour block classes) Design Concepts YEAR I (choose both DESIGN 2D & DESIGN 3D to elect 2-hour block) Software Specialist YEAR I (Second Year Programs in both areas are available with instructor approval) Berry Career Center

32 Health Sciences

33 Health Courses all 2 hr classes except Pre-Pharmacy/Medical Terminology Pre-Pharmacy/Medical Terminology Dental Assisting I Sports Medicine/Physical Therapy Medical Assisting Medical Careers I (Allied Health YEAR I ) (Second Year Programs are available with instructor approval) Berry Career Center

34 Elective Courses (1 hour classes) Elective Classes Design 2D or 3D (1-hour Technology) Pre-Pharm/Medical Terminology Dual Enrollment Directed Study Co-op Berry Career Center

35 EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN for the Class of LANGUAGE ARTS LANG ARTS 1 LANG ARTS 2 LANG ARTS 3 LANG ARTS 4 LANG ARTS 5 LANG ARTS 6 LANG ARTS 7 LANG ARTS 8 SOCIAL STUDIES WORLD HISTORY 1 WORLD HISTORY 2 US HIST 1US HIST 2US ECONUS GOVT SCIENCE BIOLOGY CHEMISTRY or PHYSICS CHEMISTRY or PHYSICS ELECTIVE SCIENCE ELECTIVE SCIENCE MATHEMATICSALGEBRA 1 ALGEBRA 1 GEOMETRY 1 GEOMETRY 1 ALGEBRA 2 ALGEBRA 2 SENIOR YEAR MATH PE/HEALTHP.E. 9 World Lang.World LangWorld Lang. VPA Arts Computer Apps Electives

36 Course Request Pick-up Monday, March 31st Palise Murphy Tuesday, April 1st Sapienza Sbeity Baker

37 Scheduling REMINDERS There are no guarantees which courses will actually be taught in the fall There are no guarantees which courses will actually be taught in the fall Keep in mind that colleges evaluate your course selections – choose wisely! Keep in mind that colleges evaluate your course selections – choose wisely! Six courses must be selected for each semester Six courses must be selected for each semester Course selection sheets are pre-printed with individual student name and student number. Dont lose yours! Course selection sheets are pre-printed with individual student name and student number. Dont lose yours! Schedule changes will not be made in the fall. Dont even ask !!

38 Remind101 What is it? A way for the counseling department to text message you important counseling news such as scholarships, dual enrollment and scheduling information. Sign up now!!!

39 Community Service Not a graduation requirement Not a college admission requirement If you would like hours included on your transcript use the DHS community service logs located in the Guidance Center this information may be used for NHS application, college essays, scholarship application

40 *athletics and/ or clubs *the most successful students are involved in more than just their academics *colleges want to admit students who are contributing members of their high schools *check out the full listing of after-school clubs and activities found in the Student Calendar of Events on the counseling website! School Involvement


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