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REGISTRATION FOR SENIOR YEAR Fall 2014
Registration card Graduation Requirements/checklist A-G course list Student Information Sheet Transcripts 4 year plan Summer School information ROP --- remind students of pathways like dental/ nursing/ culinary. Student can sign up for classes when they pick up schedules in August Please enroll in 7th period classes at that time—Good for elective credit make up. List of CORDS for La Habra High School
Instruction for registration process PLEASE WRITE THE DATE ON THE BOARD WHEN Your CLASS will come to room 84 this week. Please be sure your registration materials are completed. Reminder : Students you will meet with your designated counselor to review registration materials and ask questions when you come to room 84 and register online. If you register at home, please print a complete page and bring with you to room 84 at your designated time. Registration Card and Student information Sheet MUST be completed this week- February 14 th, in room 84 Consider AP or honors, please ascertain signatures and begin conversations with parents and teachers Students reference your 4 year plan/ college goals. Use Pencil –No pens.
TRANSCRIPT Analysis REVIEW TRANSCRIPT components Check address/ phone-correct? P in left column for College PREP Rank – GPA. College GPA only A-G classes Every class worth 5 units ( health 2.5) Circle every class where a unit needs to be made up. Develop a plan for unit make up with your counselor Grade of D? Circle- retake the same exact class in order to replace for college. It will stay on the transcript. College eligibility : A-G classes/ grades/ SAT/ACT scores- UC also require community service and leadership
Graduation Checklist UC/CSU Entrance ("a-g") + FJUHSD Graduation Requirements FJUHSD Graduation Requirements Class"a-g"UnitsCompletedNeeded ClassUnitsCompletedNeeded Englishb (Total 4 years required, at most 1 year of EL) English English 1b10 English 110 English 2b10 English 210 English 3b10 English 310 English 4b10 English 410 Social Sciencea (Total 2 years required) Social Science World Historya10 World History10 US Historya10 US History10 Governmenta5 5 Economics 5 5 Mathc (Total 3 years required, 4 years recommended) Math: Total 3 years required Algebra 1A/Bc10 Algebra 1A/B10 Geometryc10 Geometry10 Algebra 2c10 Algebra 210 Precalculusc10 Advanced Algebra & Trig Calculusc or g World Languagee (total 2 yr req'd, 3 rec'd)20 World Language or Visual or Perf Art10 Visual or Perf Artf (1 year required)10
Scienced (Total 2 years required, 3 years recommended) Science: Total 2 years required Biologyd10 Earth Science or Ag 110 Chemistryd10 Biology or Ag Sci 210 Physics or other labd10 Chemistry10 Physics or other science College Prep Electiveg (1 year required)10 (g: in addition to those above, 1 extra year of history, social science, English, advanced math, lab science, foreign language (addition to the same language as above) or additional class in VPA (Visual or Performing Art-see La Habra list.) Electives: special program preferred, such as 3-4 years of VPA, ASB, Journalism, ROTC, AVID, etc. Such commitment can be demonstrated instead by extra curricular activities such as ongoing performing arts acitivities or achieving Eagle Scout rank.20 Electives60 Health 2.5 Health2.5 Computersor take competency exam5 Computers5 Physical Education 20 Physical Education20 Total Total217.5 NOTE: UC/CSU "a-g" requirements are NOT met by courses with a grade below C.Note: A grade of F in a course earns in 0 units. AP and Honors courses are preferred. Competencies:Computers: _______ CAHSEE Math: _____CAHSEE Language: _____
SET UP FOR SUCCESS Importance of A-G academic rigor for 4 year college eligibility. Seniors apply between October due November 30 th for UC/Cal State. Counselors meet with Seniors: August – Nov. to ensure they are on track. College Night info will be given at registration as date becomes available. Need to complete 11 of the A-G courses by the end of junior year with C (B is BEST) or better for UC schools NCAA- Div 1 and 2 -requires 16 core courses ( academic) that are on the 48H approved NCAA list. – see counselor. Must register by end of September of senior year for NCAA and NAIA
RIGOR This year Cal State Fullerton min eligibility 3.3. Times are very competitive-stay focused and competitive ( exceed minimum requirements) stay in math, even if going to Community College. Beginning math Alg 2. College bound juniors –plan to sign up for SAT/ACT now- No later than December of 2014 –Athletes going to community college plan to take Sat/ACT to keep doors open for possible scholarships. –( fee waiver) NO MORE SUBJECT TEST REQUIRED FOR UC- research your chosen field and school especially Engineering and Math… some UC schools/programs require subject tests- check your school NHS/CSF- Mrs. Briqulet-Ashley and Mrs. Silvas / Sorenson -see them 2 weeks into each semester for NHS/CSF. Do not wait! Keep track of community service hours - form in Guidance they can use. Interested in how to achieve a LHHS Graduation cords- check list on website.
Choose Classes Wisely College Application a binding contract: All seniors should plan to stay in year long classes. Should you need to repeat a class or drop to a lower level, before semester ends, student is required to correspond with all colleges/universities you have applied to. Communicate that you are dropping a class and why- receive correspondence prior to dropping the class. Be very thoughtful in choosing classes as we build the Master Schedule around these choice and there is an expectation that students will remain in all classes they choose Summer school information is tentative will we announce summer classes when finalized—listen for announcements—depends on enrollment. Offered- Health/ computers/ Econ and Govern. We will wait to see what other classes students enroll in. Must have at least 38 in order to run a class. SIGN UP for what you need.. NOW.
Unit Make-Up Options Academic Saturday School (1-2 credits per class bases on availability) Limited space… not ok to NO SHOW—Graduation at risk Repeat entire LHHS if more than 2 credits summer school OFF TRACK… Student may be referred to La Vista to catch up and return Health summer only Computer –tutorial --no units offered in summer.
Advanced Placement NEW OFFERINGS~~~~ CONSIDER---check where you plan to attend college Film Production- making of quality film-new AP Physics 1 and 2 – AP Physics 1-Algebra Based Course overview Intro college level physics course that explores topics such as Newtonian mechanics ( including rotational motion; work, energy, and power, mechanical waves and sound and introductory simple circuits. Through inquiry based learning, students will develop scientific thinking and reasoning skills. AP English Lang can fulfill the Senior year English course
EAP EAP- be very thoughtful when completing the EAP-this can save time and money for CAL STATE and Fullerton Community college. If not successful will need to take ELA / ELM placement tests.—if still not doing well- ( summer school Fresh Start Program )prior to freshman year WILL BE REQUIRED. Successful EAP saves time money—sets students up for Success. LHHS WEBSITE--- Also come in and look at junior summer opportunities. Consider ROP classes for Unit make up. Plan to sign up the day of your class registration in order to secure a seat. All high school are competing with you to gain a 7 th period seat. Most competitive classes are Medical/Dental and Culinary pathways. Sign up by deadlines. All high School are competing for seats. LHHS offers –Careers with children 1 day a week from 3:30-6:30 pm. Typically class held on Wednesdays. FRIENDLY REMINDER _ Register day of schedule pick up in the summer.
If you are deficient in credits- summer school is a must First semester of school corresponds to first session of summer school Second semester corresponds to 2 nd session of summer school It is highly recommended that students attend summer to catch up and to STAY ON TRACK If you are unit deficient and unable to graduate you will be referred to alternative education. Summer School 2014
Friendly Reminder Now that you have your materials 1. Be ready to register online the day your class is schedule to return to room You may go online and register with the ABI program that you access on the LHHS website 3. NEED verification code, please go to room Make sure you choose 6 year long classes. REVIEW your choices and print 4. Bring with you to room 84 to verify that you choose the classes you needed for graduation 5. You must choose at least 2 alternatives or your counselor will choose alternates for you.
ACCESS TO AERIES/ABI STUDENTS CLICK HERE
REVIEW CHOOSE CLASSES carefully. Each semester petitions to request a change are during the first week only Changes granted will be for graduation requirements---or class closure. Attend summer school –if you need health and if you are unit deficient. If you earn a grade of F, in a required class, needed for Graduation, please sign up for summer school by the 3 rd progress report so a space will be saved for you. Sign up by March 21, 2014 Did you sign up for summer school? Then Be sure and ATTEND! Dates: First session June 2-June 26 second session: June 30- July 26
THANK YOU~ Please complete all registration materials by assigned date/ time If you are in an academy- please have your teacher review Go on ABI and register online----print verification and bring with you– we need 2 copies… When you come to room 84… PLEASE BRING YOUR TRANSCRIPT and ALL required materials COMPLETED Don’t forget Summer School All information will be noted under Junior tab….. REGISTRATION