Presentation on theme: "Welcome! Class of 2016 8th Grade Parent Course Selection Meeting Hatboro-Horsham High School February 7, 2012."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome! Class of th Grade Parent Course Selection Meeting Hatboro-Horsham High School February 7, 2012
Mr. Dennis Williams, Jr. Principal Opening Remarks High School Introductions Mrs. Tammy Stavenski-Bennick, Assistant Principal Mr. Ralph Rapino, Assistant Principal Mr. John Zuk, Assistant Principal
Guidance Department Ms. Sarah Carner Last Names A - G Mrs. Stacy Soricelli Last Names H - Pa Mrs. Marcey Varano Last Names Pe - Z Mrs. Pam Hermann C.O.R. Counselor
Graduation Requirements Class of 2016 Subject Credit Subject Credit English Physical Education & Health 2.0 Social Studies 3.0 Creative Arts 0.5 Mathematics 4.0 – 6.0 Technology Education in Computer Science 0.5 Science 3.5 Electives 5.5 – 10.0 Graduation Project 0.5 TOTAL CREDITS 29.0
Course Selection 8th Grade Students were given a Course Selection Guide (CSG) on Monday, January 30th Worksheets with teacher recommendations on Feb. 3rd 9 th grade counts - transcripts will list all 9 th grade final course grades Choose your classes wisely, the courses you choose will determine your year-long schedule. The master schedule is created based on your selections, which determines space available and class offerings
Course Selection Complete your PE, technology and art credits early if you are considering Eastern Center for Arts & Technology List your electives in order of preference on your card – you might not get your top choice! Courses may be cancelled due to insufficient enrollment or staffing restrictions Credits should equal 8.0, 8.5 or 9.0
What courses should I take? Students should take the most challenging courses in which they can be successful, maintain a competitive GPA and still have a healthy lifestyle. This means that students will have time left after studying for social and physical activities. The schedule should also allow students time to find or pursue their passions through electives and extracurricular activities.
Course Selection Worksheets must be returned Friday, February 10th to Guidance HS Counselors will input course selections with students on February 21 st – February 23 rd Selections will go online mid-March Last day for any changes – April 13 th Guidance Website
Directed Study/Lunch No requests for Directed Study/Lunch schedule changes, based on friends or other personal preferences, will be made. Students are individually assigned to a Directed Study with an available teacher on their schedule. -Pages 6 & 7 of CSG
Mathematics & Science Algebra 1 Intro to Probability and Statistics Geometry Physical Science Environmental Science
English & Social Studies English I-9th Eng Survey Communication Strategies Global Studies
World Languages & Business/Computer Science Spanish 1 German 1 French 1 Desktop Publishing Web Design I Computer Applications Computer Skills for the 21st Century Introduction to Computer Science Basic Home Computer Skills
Music & Industrial Arts Band Band/Concert Choir Concert Choir Strings Ensemble Piano Lab Digital Media Technology Digital Media Technology II Technical Drawing Introduction to Industrial Technology
Physical Education & Art/ Family Consumer Science Physical Education I 9th Grade Digital Photography Computer Graphics I Illustrative Drawing for Comic Book Art Best of Baking 9th Grade Family & Consumer Science
Sample Schedule.. Full Year Semester 1
Naviance is a college and career planning resource that will help students plan their educational path.
Freshman Academy Freshman year in high school is a time of excitement and expectation. It is a time when young people discover who they are and more importantly, who they can become. The transition from middle school to high school is a big step in a young persons life. This transition is supported by our freshman academy model.
Freshman Academy The goal is to assist incoming ninth graders in adjusting to high school standards, expectations, and routines as well as creating a greater sense of connectedness and belonging for students.
Clubs & Organizations Adventure Anti-Defamation League Black Student Union Chess Class Advisors - Freshman - Senior Concert Band Fall Drama FBLA Gay/Straight Alliance Golden Pen Literary Magazine Hat Chat - Newspaper Hatters Inc.
Clubs & Organizations Helping Little Hands Indoor Color Guard Interact Jazz Band Key Club Marching Band Math Model UN National Honor Society National Art Society No Place for Hate One Act Plays Orchestra Partnership Prom - Senior & Junior
Clubs & Organizations Red & Black Robotics Skate Club Science Club Ski Club Students for Sustainable Future Student Council Vocal World Affairs Stage Crew Youth in Government Yearbook
Interscholastic Teams Baseball Basketball Bowling Cheerleading Cross Country Field Hockey Football Golf Lacrosse Soccer Softball Swimming Tennis Track Volleyball Wrestling
Summer Programs Summer Nights At the end of August, from 6:30-8:00 pm, we invite all interested incoming freshman to our Summer Nights Program. This will provide an opportunity for the newest members of our high school to gather some important information about the high school, tour the building, and find their classrooms in preparation for the first day of school. We hope to see you here in August.
New Student Registration For students new to the Hatboro-Horsham School District New 9 th grade students on Tue. Feb 21 st & Wed Feb. 22 nd Items required at the time of registration are: Immunization records Birth Certificate Proof of residence - Lease Agreement, Settlement Papers or Deed to Property; (3) bills that come to the home with your name and address imprinted; Report card and/or Transcript (UNOFFICIAL). Other documents such as an IEP or custody agreement if applicable To register, an appointment needs to be made with Janice Moore (215) and a registration packet needs to be completed After registering, please contact the High School Guidance Office for an appointment to select classes
Dept. Location for the Curriculum Fair Art – Gallery – F/G Wing First Floor Business/Computer - 2nd Floor in front of library English – H206 Math – H101 PE - Aux. Gym Science – A Wing Social Studies – H207 World Language Spanish - B213 French/German – B214 Counselors – Library Community Based Learning – Student Success Center