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2014. 12 th Grade Schedules Two required classes English Government/Economics Four elective classes* (3 if up credits) College Prep and/or Program Elective.

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2 12 th Grade Schedules Two required classes English Government/Economics Four elective classes* (3 if up credits) College Prep and/or Program Elective Math - Recommended for all universities Science - Recommended for all universities Retake any missing required classes

3 Programs for 12 th Graders Advanced Academics AVID Early Childhood Education Electronics Multimedia PUENTE

4 Small Learning Communities To Join a program Select program on Google Form and we will forward your information to coordinator for interview. Students must be able to meet the requirements of program to be considered. To Leave a program Pick up change of program form from your counselor. Forms due by February 28 th for consideration. Must be completed with all signatures to be considered.

5 Graduation Requirements Pass CAHSEE Exam Complete 220 credits in required areas English - 4 years Social Studies – 3 years Science – 2 years Math – 2 years (Algebra and Geometry) PE – 2 years Fine Arts/Foreign Language - 1 year Electives – 8 year long courses (80 credits)

6 Juniors – Grad Inventory Credits after 1 st semester end of year

7 College Requirements A-G Requirements-UC/CSU Colleges 15 courses in mandated subjects Grades must be C or higher Grades weighted in AP classes when passed with C or higher Example - AP World History – grade of B Colleges will count that as 4 points on their scale. Give extra point for rigorous course

8 A-G Requirements Social Science – 2 years (3 rd year can be elective) English 4 years – ELD 3 or higher Math 3 years – 4 recommended Must be Algebra 2 or higher Science – 2 years – 4 recommended Chemistry or Higher

9 A-G Requirements Foreign Language – 2 years required – 3 recommended. Must be same language Visual/Performing Arts - 1 year – same subject Elective - 1 year of an advanced elective Examples – Piano 2, Drawing and Painting, Photo 2, Drama 2, Band 2-4, 3 rd Year of Foreign Language, Physiology, Physics. AP Art History, AP Biology, AP Psychology, AP Physics, Engineering 1-2-3, Geography and Freshmen Orientation

10 English Progression Read 180/Language Arts or ELD English 1 English 2 English 3 English 1 English 2 English 3 English 4 - ERWC

11 Accelerated English English 1 English 2 English 3 or AP English 4 or AP Acelerated English 1 Acelerated English 2 AP English Language AP English Literature

12 Social Science Progression Regular Geography/Freshmen Orientation World History US History Government/ Economics Accelerated World History AP European/AP World AP US History Government/ Economics

13 Science Progression Regular Integrated Science Biology Chemistry Physics or Physiology Accelerated Biology Chemistry Physics AP Biology or AP Chemistry of AP Physics

14 Math Progression Algebra 1 Geometry Algebra 2 Math Analysis Geometry Algebra 2 Math Analysis AP Calculus or AP Statistics

15 Accelerated Math Progression Geometry Algebra 2 Math Analysis AP Calculus or AP Statistics Algebra 2 Math Analysis AP Calculus AB AP Calculus BC or AP Statistics

16 Electives Graduation Only 80 Credits CSI –Summer Program FOG/Support or CAHSEE Classes CCOC Other electives College Requirements 2 or more years – Foreign Language 1 year – Fine Art 1 year - Advanced Elective

17 Central County Occupational Center Silicon Valley Career Technical Education Center Earn up to 30 high school and college credits* Tuition free to high school students – must purchase uniforms or supplies if required* Must have passed CAHSEE Exam and have at least 100 credits to enroll Commit to stay in program for one semester

18 Central County Occupational Center Schedule - Morning Schedule - Afternoon Board bus at home school - 6:50 a.m. Classes at CCOC - 7:30 – 10:30 Return to home school – 11:00 a.m. Take periods at WCO Board bus at home school – 11:45 a.m. Classes at CCOC – 12:30 – 3:30 Return to home school – 4:00 p.m. Take periods or at WCO

19 CCOC Programs Veterinary Assistant Animation Multimedia Video Production Fashion Design Accounting and Finance Small Business Management Baking and Catering Culinary Arts Dental Assisting Health Occupations Medical Assistant Medical Office Careers Air Conditioning/ Refrigeration/Heating Carpentry Architecual Design Electrical Maintenance Computer Technology Machining Metals Technology Fire Science/First Responder Forensics Law Enforcement Probation/Legal Careers Auto Body Repair Automotive Careers Truck Mechanics

20 Process to Add CCOC Fill in CCOC on Elective line of Google Form Come to counseling office to get request card Fill out card and return to counselor by March 1st Counselors will then request your desired program at CCOC meeting (draft) Students will be notified in May if they have been selected to program for next year

21 Graduation Credit Only Leadership ROTC PE Elective AVID Early Childhood Elective 1-2-3* CCOC Classes Any class taken through Adult Ed programs Some Electives in Cyber High

22 E-F-G Eligible Classes French 1-2 Spanish Heritage Speakers Spanish Language AP Spanish Literature AP AP Psychology Economics Integrated Science Intro to Engineering Principals of Enginering Art 1 Drawing and Painting Advanced Art* Photo Multimedia 1 Band Piano Guitar Orchestra

23 Credit Recovery Options Cyber High - English, Social Science, Math and some Electives only Adult Ed - Seniors only – must be within reach of graduation – (usually credits short) Community Colleges - will take future seniors during the summer. See counselor for forms. Summer School at WCO - To be determined Alternative Programs - (Apollo, Foothill) Students must complete application and meet requirements of program. See Ms. Garcia in Attendance Office.


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