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1 Class of 2015 Senior Year Scheduling

2 Scheduling Worksheet

3 Class of 2015 Core 40 Diploma Requirements

4 English English 9 English 10 English 11 English 12 Speech

5 Math Algebra I Geometry Algebra II Must have 3 full years of Math taken grades 9-12

6 Science Biology Chemistry or Physics or ICP Any Core 40 Science Must have 3 full years of Science taken grades 9-12 Must have Math or Physics grade 11 or 12

7 Social Studies World History or Geography United States History 1 Semester of Government 1 Semester of Economics

8 Physical Education PE 2 Semesters

9 Health 1 Semester Alternative Take 3 FACS Careers Nutrition IPR Child Development Adult Roles & Responsibilities

10 Fine Arts Art Band Choir Theatre Must have 1 credit

11 Practical Arts Business FACS Technology PLTW Area 31 Must have 1 credit

12 Directed Electives World Language Fine Arts Career-Technical Must have 5 credits

13 Electives From any Department Core 40 Course Must have at least 43 Total Credits

14 ECA Graduation Requirements Pass Algebra I ECA Pass English 10 ECA Take Biology ECA

15 Class of 2015 Core 40 with Academic Honors Diploma

16 Academic Honors Diploma All requirements of Core 40 Diploma plus additional requirements.

17 AHD: Academic Requirements Earn a C- or better in all courses Have a Cumulative GPA of B Average (2.67) or better by end of Senior Year

18 AHD: Additional Courses Math – 4 th year required Fine Arts - total of 2 credits World Language 3 years of one or 2 years of one and 2 years of another

19 AHD: Complete One Take AP courses (4 credits) and corresponding AP Exams Complete 6 Dual Credits Combination of AP and Dual Credits SAT CR + M = 1200 or higher ACT Composite = 26 or higher

20 Senior Cadre Programs Advanced TV Broadcasting Anatomy and Physiology* Biomedical Innovations* Computer Programming* Cadet Teaching Advanced Business Management (DECA) Engineering Design & Development Professional Career Internship Early Childhood Center * Denotes Senior Project Optional

21 Senior Cadres Includes a Senior Project Recommended for students with Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher Should follow Career Interest

22 Senior Cadre Advanced TV Broadcasting Prerequisite Intro to TV Broadcasting

23 Senior Cadre Anatomy & Physiology Prerequisites Biology I Reading: PSAT CR 42;SAT CR 420;ACT R 21 Writing: PSAT W 44;SAT W 440;ACT E 18 VU Dual Credit Estimated $75 + texts

24 Senior Cadre Biomedical Innovations Prerequisites Principles of Biomedical Sciences Human Body Systems Medical Interventions Or Teacher Recommendation IUPUI Dual Credit Estimated $150 + texts

25 Senior Cadre Business, Management, and Finance / DECA Prerequisites Marketing Teacher Recommendation

26 Senior Cadre Cadet Teaching Student placed in BCSC K-8 school Student must have own transportation Marian University Dual Credit Estimated $300 + texts

27 Senior Cadre Computer Programming Interactive Media: Advanced Web Design Prerequisite- Web Design

28 Senior Cadre Engineering Design and Development Prerequisites: C or higher in Intro to Engineering Design Principles of Engineering 3 rd year PLTW Engineering Course Or Teacher Recommendation

29 Senior Cadre Professional Career Internship Prerequisites Teacher Recommendation 1 period class for

30 Senior Cadre Early Childhood Center Prerequisite: Teacher recommendation Small group lessons Assistance/Support Staff for Preschool teachers Background check required Applications required- Call out meeting on Friday at 3:00 in the LGI room.

31 Class of 2015 Required Courses Senior Year

32 English: 2 Credits English 12 VU English 101/102 Dual Credit Reading: PSAT CR 42;SAT CR 420;ACT R 21 Writing: PSAT W 44;SAT W 440;ACT E 18 Teacher Recommendation 6 credits/year -estimated cost $150 + texts AP English Literature and Composition A- in English 11 or C in AP Lang/Comp Teacher Recommendation

33 Economics: 1 Credit Economics AP Microeconomics IU Dual Credit 3 credits/semester - estimated cost $75 + texts AP Macroeconomics

34 Government: 1 Credit Government AP Government Took AP US History A in Regular US History

35 Class of 2015 Recommended Courses Senior Year

36 Math Four year colleges are wanting to see Math in Senior Year Schedule Math teachers will make recommendation for next Math course in curriculum sequence Should consider future post- secondary plans and past courses

37 Take at least 4 Core Subjects each Semester English Math Science Social Studies World Language

38 Basic Scheduling Information Semester 1 1. English Government 3. Core Class 4. Core Class Semester 2 1. English Economics 3. Core Class 4. Core Class

39 Resources for Scheduling BHS Program of Studies Your Transcript College Websites Current and Past Teachers Parents School Counselor

40 Schedule Changes After schedules are requested, there is a new policy for schedule changes. All requests for schedule changes must be made by March 15, Requests for changes between March 15 and May 1 will be honored if space is still available in the course. We will NOT be able to make changes in the Fall or Spring semester of your senior year.

41 Class of 2015 College Admission Information Consider when scheduling courses for Senior Year

42 IU-Bloomington 8 credits of English 7 credits of Math (at least one semester of Pre-Calculus) 6 credits of Science 6 credits of Social Studies 4 credits of World Language 3 credits college prep courses

43 IU-Bloomington Fall 2013 Freshman Class Middle 50% Range for Admitted Freshmen: SAT: Critical Reading + Math ACT: Composite GPA

44 Purdue University 8 credits of English 8 credits of Math 6 credits of Science 6 credits of Social Studies 4 credits of World Language

45 Purdue University Fall 2013 Freshman Class Middle 50% Range for Admitted Freshmen: SAT: Critical Reading + Math + Writing ACT: Composite GPA

46 Ball State University 8 credits of English 6 credits of Math 6 credits of Science 6 credits of Social Studies World Language recommended

47 Ball State University Fall 2013 Freshman Class Average Scores SAT: Critical Reading + Math + Writing 1580 ACT: Composite 23 GPA High School Average GPA: 3.5 Ball State Average GPA: 3.2 *Ball State re-calculates student GPAs based on Core classes (English, Math, Science, Social Studies, & Foreign Language)

48 Hendricks County College & Career Fair When: Thursday, February 27, 2014 Where: Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds and Conference Complex in Danville Time: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. College Workshops: 5:00 p.m.

49 Upcoming SAT: March 8, 2014 BHS Test Location (see for other locations)www.sat.collegeboard.org Registration Deadline: Feb. 7, 2014 Register by creating a CollegeBoard account Test Cost: $51 SAT offered again on May 3 and June 7 (not at BHS) Most students take the SAT for the first time during the spring of their junior year and a second time during the fall of their senior year. Assesses Critical Reading, Mathematics, and Writing Send official score reports to colleges/universities interested in (first 4 are free; $11.25 if each additional request) Some colleges require SAT scores to be sent from testing company (i.e., IU and Purdue) Visit for SAT prep and practicehttp://sat.collegeboard.org/practice/ Visit SAT PrepMe on Naviance- Free test prep help!

50 Upcoming ACT Dates & Info Register at: April 12, 2014 – Registration deadline is March 7 June 14, 2014 – Registration deadline is May 9 See website for test locations Assesses English, Math, Reading, Science, Writing, and Composite score Test Cost: ACT Plus Writing - $52.50 We recommend taking ACT Plus Writing test rather than ACT No Writing Send official score reports to colleges/universities interested in (first 4 are free; $12.00 for each additional request) Some colleges require ACT scores to be sent from testing company (i.e., IU and Purdue) Visit for ACT prep and practicehttp://www.actstudent.org/testprep/

51 Why take the SAT and ACT? All colleges accept the SAT/ACT as an objective measurement of students' college readiness. Most colleges require one or the other. Used with GPAs and high school transcripts, SAT/ACT scores allow colleges to fairly compare applicants. College applications will become available on August 1, 2014 Taking the SAT/ACT gives students access to scholarship opportunities. Used for Dual Credit Placement

52 SAT Registration Help If you would like assistance in registering your child for the March 8 th SAT test, please contact Joni Martin for an appointment on February 4 th or 5 th. Contact information: (317) , Ext. 1902

53 Remind 101 Text Communication To receive important Team 2015 reminders, TEXT the following: To: (702)


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