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Senior Registration. English4.0 Math4.0 Science3.0 Social Studies 3.0 Health.5 P.E.1.0 Fine Arts/Practical Arts/Vocational2.0 Electives5.5 TOTAL CREDITS.

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1 Senior Registration

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3 English4.0 Math4.0 Science3.0 Social Studies 3.0 Health.5 P.E.1.0 Fine Arts/Practical Arts/Vocational2.0 Electives5.5 TOTAL CREDITS 23.0 & PASS ALL 3 AIMS SUBJECTS

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5 Summer School $175 per =.50 credit (students w/ free or reduced lunch = discount) Saturday School $175 per=.50 credit Evening School $175 per=.50 credit TUOL (on-line) $175 per.50 credit TUOL CRFree if you failed course before CRC LabFree Correspondence$120 or higher (i.e.BYU)

6 All of the above courses plus ONE of the following: 3.0 GPA, Top 25%, 1040 SAT, 22 ACT

7 4 English 4 Math Algebra 1-2 Geometry Algebra 3-4 Pre-Calculus College Math Finite/Brief Calculus Calculus 1 Fine Art 2 Foreign Language 3 Sciences Chem-Phys Biology Chemistry Physics Anatomy Earth Science Biology 3-4 Biotechnology 2 Social Studies

8 Placement test required to determine classes

9 11EN34ASr. English 2EN34BSr. English 21MA11AMath ???? 2MA11BMath ???? 31SS010AUS Government 2SS010BEconomics 41Elective 2 51?? Typical Senior Schedule

10 MATH CLASSES FLOW CHART (p.17)

11 SCIENCE CLASSES Marcos de Niza High School Honors Biology Honors Physics Honors Chemistry Anatomy Biotech Honors Chem- Physics Physical World BiologyLiving World Practical Ecology Astronomy Chemistry Physics Earth Science Biology

12 Economics (.50) Honors Economics (.50) Entrepreneurship: (.50) Adv. Mktg. (DECA) (2.5 elec./.5 free ent.) HERO (2.5 elec./.5 free ent.)

13 1 st Sr. Eng 2 nd (depending on remaining credits needed to graduate) 3 rd HERO, DECA 4 th Government/ release 5 th Lunch 6 th HERO, DECA 7 th HERO, DECA

14 AP English Literature and Composition AP Spanish Language AP German 7-8 AP Art History AP Calculus BC AP Computer Science 1-2, 3-4, 5-6 AP Statistics AP Chemistry

15 Advanced Comp. AP Lit/Comp. Biotech. Human Ana./Phys. Biology 3-4 H. Chemistry Internet Technology and Computers Internet and Web Design Accounting Desktop Publishing Business Management Advanced Marketing Marketing Entrepreneurship

16 Honors Finite/Brief Calculus Pre-Calculus AP Statistics Calculus College Math H. Comp. Program AP Art History H. Spanish 5-6 AP Spanish 7-8 AP German 7-8

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18 Students may change to a regular level of the same course prior to the end of the 6 th week of the semester, but not earlier than the 4 th week. The level change process will not begin without a Parent/Teacher Conference and ALL completed signatures on Add/Drop form (available in Guidance) Parent Teacher Department chair

19 Flight Training and Aviation Automotive Technology Practical Nursing (LPN) Cosmetology Culinary Arts Collision Repair Technology Fire Fighting Construction Tech. Massage Therapy 3-D Animation Medical Assistant Electronics Photo Imaging Radio Broadcasting

20 1. Sr. English 2. Math 3. Gov/Econ 4. EVIT bus/car 5. EVIT 6. EVIT 7. EVIT Bus Schedule 7:05AM – 10:55AM 10:55 AM -3:10 PM

21 Must have minimum 3.0 GPA or ACT 22 or SAT 1040 or be in the top 25% Applicant with a GPA in core course may be admitted with conditions Admission may be granted with one deficiency in no more than two subject areas. Deficiencies in both math and science are not acceptable

22 ACTCost $34.00 Register by March 9 for April 14 test Register by May 4 for June 9 test Register at act.org SAT I Cost $49.00 Register by Feb. 10 for March 10 test Register by April 6 for May 5 test Register by May 8 for June 2 test Register at collegeboard.com

23 SAT/ACT this semester community college math/English placement exam in fall can apply for colleges beginning in July sign up for NCAA this semester at ncaa.org letters of recommendation -give counselor/teachers 2 weeks minimum to prepare letter -give counselor résumé of yourself

24 Paperwork is required and must be submitted to Records office.

25 PART 1: pass all 16 core courses for university with a B AND PART 2: 1. GPA – 3.5 or higher or 2. top 5% of your class AND PART 3: meet at least one of the following: 1.exceed all 3 areas of AIMS or 2. exceed 2 of the AIMS/meet 1 AND score a 3 on two AP tests AND PART 4: 1. SAT score of 1300(read/math) or 2. ACT score of 28

26 It is never too early to start searching for scholarships MdN website under the scholarship tab Fastweb.com Your college of choice (merit-based and general scholarships) FAFSA (January 1, 2013 and after)

27 Boys and Girls State June 3-9, 2012 Girls State - University of Arizona Campus in Tucson Boys State- Northern Arizona University Campus in Flagstaff Girls and Boys State are leadership programs designed to educate future leaders of our country. YOU will learn about government by operating it! Information is available in your Guidance Office Sponsored by the American Legion & Auxiliary You must be a Jr. to apply

28 All forms due back on Tuesday, January 31 Must have parent/guardian signature Must have math teacher signature Must have teacher signature for honors Consequences of failure to follow these directions – Your counselor will select your classes for you!


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