Degree vs. No Degree Average lifetime earnings for a college graduate is over $1 million higher than for someone with a high school diploma.
Salary Rates Level of Education Less than high school diploma High school graduate Some college, no degree Associate degree Bachelor’s degree Master’s degree Doctoral Professional degree Average earnings $27,800 $39,700 $45,600 $47,300 $68,200 $81,500 $99,900 $106,800
Graduation/ADMISSION Requirements SubjectsGraduation Requirements Community College University Requirements English444 Math4 (ONE (1) year upper level) 44 (Alg1-2, Geometry, Alg 3-4, Advanced Level) Science3 (one life, one physical) 33 (Chem-Physics, Bio, Advanced Level) Social Studies332 Fine Art/CTE221 (FA) PE/Health1/.5 0 Foreign Language 002 (same lang.) Electives5.5 0 TOTAL23 16 Must pass AIMS Writing, Reading and Mathematics!
Arizona University Admissions Must have minimum 3.0 GPA or ACT 22 or SAT 1040 or be in the top 25% Applicant with a 2.50-2.99 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
Are you on track to graduate? Alternative credit options (Supplemental Programs) $$$$ ($175 per.5 CREDIT) Summer school TUOL Evening School Saturday School Correspondence FREE CRC-credit recovery TUOL credit recovery TUOL (if one of your 6 classes) Career Exploration (Jr./Sr. yr.) REMEMBER: YOU CAN ADD A NEW CLASS DURING REGISTRATION IN THE SPRING OR IN THE FIRST 10 DAYS OF EACH SEMESTER
Advantages to Dual Enrollment Courses Over 28 Dual Credit Classes in 7 departments Jump start in taking college classes at a reduced cost Graduate early from college Community Colleges Rio Salado Community College South Mountain Community College Cost: $76 per credit hour Plus $15 enrollment fee
Advantages AP Courses 12 AP Classes offered in 6 departments Gives you a lead in the college application pool Accepted by most institutions, public and private Exam in May (Cost $87.00)
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EVIT Schedule English Math Science Go to EVIT for 3 elective credits Bus Schedule 7:10 AM – 10:55 AM – 3:10 PM
Four Year Plan Freshman Courses 1. English 2. Math (Alg 1-2) 3. Chem-Physics Foundation or Physical World 4. Physical Education 5. Elective (For. Lang.) 6. Elective Sophomore Courses 1. English 2. Math (Geometry) 3. Biology or Living World 4. World History/Geography 5. Health (.5) / Elective (.5) 6. Elective (For. Lang.) Junior Courses 1. English 2. Math (Alg 3-4) 3. Science (Chem, Physics, Bio 3-4, Human Anat., Biotech, Earth) 4. US/AZ History 5. Elective (CTE or Fine Art) 6. Elective Senior Courses 1. English 2.Upper level math (Pre-Calc or higher) 3.US/AZ Govt (.5)/Economics or Entrepreneurship (.5) 4. Elective (CTE or Fine Art) 5. Elective 6. *University acceptance
Honors Freshmen Honors Sophomore Honors Jr.or AP Lang.& Comp. Honors Sr. English or AP Lit or Adv. Comp Freshmen English Sophomore English Jr. English Sr. English or Adv. Comp ENGLISH CLASS FLOWCHART
SCIENCE CLASSES Marcos de Niza High School University Track * Beginning with the class of 2012, 3 Science credits will be required to graduate. Students will be placed into Physical World by the registrar prior to 9 th grade. At the conclusion of their freshman year, stu dents will register for Living World and then take Practical Ecology and Practical Astronomy their junior year. Student may exit the Remedial Pathway at any time with teacher recommendation only. Students following the Traditional Pathway may select a variety of classes only after the completion of Biology. Students who do not pass Chem-Physics or Biology will be required to retake those classes before advancing. It is strongly recommended that students attending a university take both Chemistry and Physics. * Please see prerequisites for advancement from one course to the next in the course offerings section of this handbook. * Dual Enrollment is available in Biotechnology, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Biology 3-4 and Honors Chemistry. Honors Biology Honors Physics Honors Chemistry Anatomy Biotech Honors Chem-Physics Physical World Biology Living World Practical Ecology Astronomy Chemistry Physics Earth Science Career Track Non-science major Community College Track Biology 3-4 16 Page 16 SCIENCE CLASSES Marcos de Niza High School University Track Honors Biology Honors Physics Honors Chemistry Anatomy Biotech Honors Chem-Physics Physical World BiologyLiving World Practical Ecology Astronomy Chemistry Physics Earth Science Career Track Non-science major Community College Track Biology 3-4 16
SOCIAL STUDIES COURSES HONORS WORLD HIST./GEO. OR AP WORLD HIST./GEO World History/Geog HONORS AM/AZ HISTORY OR AP US HISTORY Am/AZ History H. US GOVT US/AZ Gov Economics OR Entrepreneur 10th11th12th H. ECONOMICS
Difference between FA/CTE Fine Arts Voc Ed or Career Technical Education Drama Art/Design Piano/Guitar Choir Ceramics Photography Construction Tech. Computer classes Marketing Business Mgmt. Foods Child Development