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1 Class of 2015 SENIOR YEAR SCHEDULING PRESENTATION

2 Class load – minimum 6 classes for credit each semester unless taking off-campus/special programs (must have permission) Schedule changes $10 fee after May 1 No teacher requests will be honored Leveling up/down after class starts only with administrator approval Cannot drop a class to take it online once semester starts COURSE DESCRIPTION GUIDE

3 If you wish to be a 7 semester grad, you need to meet with me to make sure you have the number of credits and classes required to do this. You will then select Mid-Year Grad on the top of your course selection sheet AND online 7 semester grads who plan on attending college during spring of the school year (so next January) need to fill out the FAFSA this year FAFSA deadline is March 10 EARLY GRADUATION

4 English – 8 credits Math – 6 credits Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II Science – 6 credits Biology I, Core 40 science, Chemistry or Physics or ICP Social Studies – 6 credits World History or Geography, US History, Government, Econ PE – 2 credits Health – 1 credit Electives – 15 credits CORE 40 = 44 TOTAL CREDITS

5 All Core 40 requirements, plus... 2 additional Advanced Math credits 6-8 World Language credits 2 Fine Arts credits One of the following: AP courses resulting in 4 high school credits and corresponding AP exam(s) Dual credit course(s) resulting in 6 college credits Combination of the two i.e., AP course(s) resulting in 2 high school credits and corresponding AP exam(s) and dual credit course resulting in 3 college credits 1200 on SAT (reading and math) 26 or > composite on ACT No grade lower than a C- Cumulative GPA 7.0 or higher ACADEMIC HONORS = 47 TOTAL CREDITS

6 All Core 40 requirements, plus... Complete two of the following (one must be #1 or #2): 1)Score at certain levels on WorkKeys assessment 2)Complete dual credit classes resulting in 6 college credits in a technical area 3)Complete 2 credits in an internship or cooperative education course 4)Complete industry-based work experience (ICE) 5)Earn state-approved, industry-recognized certification (typically from Anthis) No grade lower than a C- Cumulative GPA 7.0 or higher TECHNICAL HONORS = 47 TOTAL CREDITS

7 Must pass Algebra I and English 10 ECAs Must participate in Biology I ECA Must pass Financial Literacy test or take Adult Roles or take Personal Financial Responsibility ALL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS MUST BE MET IN ORDER TO WALK AT COMMENCEMENT IN JUNE NO EXCEPTIONS. ADDITIONAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

8 Fill out info at top of sheet IMPORTANT!: Cell phone, intended diploma type, social security number, financial literacy requirement, whether or not you will be a mid-year grad All prerequisites are marked with an asterisk *. Make sure you meet ALL prerequisites! Rec._____ means you need a teacher signature to sign up for that class Classes ending in a 1 are 1 st semester classes Classes ending in a 2 are 2 nd semester classes Classes ending in a 6 are 1 semester classes that could be scheduled 1 st or 2 nd semester COURSE SELECTION SHEET

9 English 12 Must choose 1 Lit (English Lit or Advanced English/Language Arts/Honors) AND 1 Comp (Composition or Advanced Comp Honors) OR AP English Language & Composition The Honors classes can be dual credit (worth 3 college credits each) Speech can count as one of the English 12 classes if you are General diploma ONLY Social Studies All students select Government or AP US Government Core 40 and Honors diplomas students must select Economics or AP Microeconomics (General diploma does not need Econ) AOF students only can take Global Economics in place of Economics or AP Microeconomics REQUIRED CLASSES

10 Math Know college requirements IU wants Precalc or Trig; Purdue wants 8 semesters of math Recommended for those who are college bound New class Precalc/Trig Math Lab (6091/6092) Science You can mix and match Chemistry, Physics, and ICP For example, if you failed Chemistry-S1, you can take ICP-S1 senior year and still get a Core 40 (or Honors) diploma Repeating for Honors diplomas New class Advanced Science, College Credit-Biology II ELECTIVE CLASSES

11 Applied Technology New class Technology & Society (5316) Family and Consumer Sciences New class Advanced Nutrition & Wellness New class Leadership Development in Action Business New class Financial Services-Financial Planning ELECTIVE CLASSES

12 Band Choose the band class youre currently in Choir All choir classes are now by audition only – see Mrs. Jeran Note name changes for band and choir classes – pay careful attention to old names in parentheses & course #s online ELECTIVE CLASSES

13 Internship Application required/must be accepted course #s online carefully 1 period of internship a day – 5491/5492 You will have Travel 6th (221/222) and Internship 7 th period 2 periods of internship a day – 5481/5482 You will have Travel 5th (201/202) and Internship 6 th and 7 th periods If you were accepted into internship, then select Travel and Senior Internship on your course selection sheet & online If you are applying, but have not yet been accepted, do NOT select Travel and Senior Internship – select electives and then circle the ones you would want to drop on your course selection sheet if you are accepted into the program SENIOR YEAR SPECIAL PROGRAMS

14 ICE Application required/must be accepted If accepted, select ICE Instruction (5421/5422) and ICE On-The-Job Training (5431/5432) ICE Instruction is a 1 period a day class ICE On-The-Job Training is 2 periods a day, 6 th & 7 th periods Also select Travel 5 th (201/202) If you are applying, but have not yet been accepted, do NOT select Travel, ICE Instruction, and ICE On-The-Job Training – select electives and then circle the ones you would want to drop on your course selection sheet if you are accepted into the program SENIOR YEAR SPECIAL PROGRAMS

15 Health Careers (Senior Health Internship) Application required/must be accepted If accepted, select Health Science Education I/II (9221/9222) and Health Career Practicum/Medical Terminology (9231/9232) Look for the course #s on the online selection – they wont necessarily be next to each other Will also select Travel 5 th (201/202) If you are applying, but have not yet been accepted, do NOT select Health Science Education I/II, Health Career Practicum/Medical Terminology and Travel – select electives and then circle the ones you would want to drop on your course selection sheet if you are accepted into the program SENIOR YEAR SPECIAL PROGRAMS

16 Culinary Application required/must be accepted Only select Culinary I or Advanced Culinary Arts II online if you have already been accepted into the program Choose electives and circle the ones you would want to drop if you are selected into the program SENIOR YEAR SPECIAL PROGRAMS

17 Anthis Career Center Application required/must be accepted If you have already been accepted to an Anthis AM or Anthis PM program, you will make these selections on your course sheet and online You will also select Travel 4 th (211/212) SENIOR YEAR SPECIAL PROGRAMS

18 Collegiate IPFW (on campus) If interested, you need to see me Select elective classes at Carroll – then circle the ones on your course selection sheet you would want to drop if this ends up working out YOU, the student, are responsible for contacting Ann Brown to determine what class you would like to take and when its One class at IPFW costs around $800 plus cost of college textbook (upwards of $120) SENIOR YEAR SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES

19 BYU Must pick up a form from me Online Class Permission Form must be signed by you AND parent and dated and turned back in to me in Guidance office Must attach a confirmation receipt to your permission form when you turn it in to prove you have actually registered for course EVERYONE IS SELECTING GOVERNMENT AND ECON HERE AT CARROLL (ON YOUR COURSE SELECTION SHEET AND ONLINE) AND I WILL DROP THE COURSES FOR YOU ONCE I HAVE THE SIGNED/DATED PERMISSION FORM AND CONFIRMATION RECEIPT YOU HAVE UNTIL MARCH 24 TO REGISTER FOR BYU CLASSES After that date, you are taking the class(es) at Carroll All BYU final exams must be taken by November 20, 2014 ONLINE CLASSES

20 Choose these on course selection sheet only If you leave these blank and there is a scheduling conflict, I will choose replacement classes for you ALTERNATE COURSES

21 1.Log on to PowerSchool and select Class Registration 2.In each section (Eng, Soc Stud, Math, etc.) click on the yellow pencil in the top right of the box – courses for that section will appear 3.Select your classes, making sure that the #s on the screen align with the #s on your selection sheet 1.Pay attention to the bottom of the screen – there may be more than 1 page of classes in that section to choose from 4.Select Okay when you are finished with that section 5.Repeat Step 3 until you have selected all of your courses 6.Select Submit. You must have the required number of CREDITS selected, or you wont be able to submit your choices HOW TO REGISTER

22 Choose wisely and challenge yourself If you need to repeat classes because you failed them, select them online AND on your course selection sheet Summer school forms are available and due Feb. 20 Alg I, Geom, Alg II, Eng 9, Eng 10, Eng 11, Eng 12, Gov, Econ, PE I, PE II, Health You need to take the SAT and ACT at least once this school year if youre applying to a four year college Continue to make campus visits if you havent done so already NOTES...

23 Your online selections AND course selection sheet is due by 2:55 Thursday, Feb. 13 Online window will open January 29 at 2:55 Have scheduling questions? See me before or after school in the Commons I will also be in the large auditorium during activity period on Feb. 5 & Feb. 12 If you have a study hall, your study hall teacher can send you to Guidance with a pass Please do not fill out blue Counselor Request Forms to see me with scheduling questions – Twitter DUE DATE = FEB. 13


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