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2 Virginia Hilkemann A-D Brandi Bartels E-K Janet Johnson L-RI Rhonda Collins Ro-Z Juli Rohleder Administrative Assistant.

3  Census Form (only for those not currently enrolled at Norfolk Public Schools)  Write your current school at the top of the registration form.  Registration form  Course list

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5 Available on the Norfolk Senior High website Go to schools (Norfolk High School) Left hand side click on Counseling Center

6  Required: A written Personal Learning Plan (PLP) that must include: Identified Career Field or Career Cluster Anticipated Graduation Date Post High School Transition Plans

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9 Must have earned a minimum of 230 total credits. Must have completed all the required classes with a passing grade (a “P” or 70% or above) GRADUATION

10 35 Credits of English 5 Credits of Speech or Debate 35 Credits of Social Studies 20 Credits of Science 30 Credits of Mathematics 15 Credits of Health and Physical Education 5 Credits of Information Technology Applications Plus Successful Completion of 85 Credits of Electives for a total of 230 credits

11 35 Credits of English 5 Credits of Speech or Debate 30 Credits of Social Studies 30 Credits of Science 30 Credits of Mathematics 10 Credits of Physical Education 5 Credits of Information Technology Applications Plus Successful Completion of Credits of 85 Electives for a total of 230 credits

12  35 CREDITS OF ENGLISH English 9 10 Credits English 10 or Honors English Credits One Semester of Literature 5 Credits One Semester of Composition 5 Credits One additional Semester of Literature or Composition 5 Credits PLUS: Speech or Debate 5 Credits

13  30 CREDITS OF SOCIAL SCIENCE American History 9 10 Credits American History Credits Government 5 Credits World Cultures 5 Credits JUNIORS ONLY: for a total of 35 credits Psychology or Sociology or Investigating History 5 Credits

14 30 CREDITS OF SCIENCE Physical Science 10 Credits Biology 10 Credits Chemistry, Environmental Science or Foundations of Chemistry 10 Credits (not required for juniors) 30 CREDITS OF MATHEMATICS Credits must be in sequence based upon placement in 9 th grade 10 CREDITS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION (15 credits required for juniors)

15  5 CREDITS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS

16  1. English 10  2. Math  3. American History 10  4. Sophomore lunch/study hall  5. Biology  6. Physical Education (possibly)  7. Elective  8. Elective

17  1. World Cultures/Government  2. Literature/Composition  3. Math  4. Speech or Debate/Elective  5. Lunch  6. Science  7. Elective  8. Elective

18  Chemistry (year)  Foundations of Chemistry (semester or year)  Environmental Science (semester or year)  Second semester options:  Plant and Soil Science  Wildlife and Natural Resources  Medical Terminology

19  Integrated English 11  Composition and Literature

20  American Literature Survey  British Literature Survey  World Literature Survey  World Studies (meets literature and world cultures requirement)

21 Composition (formerly Advanced Composition) Practical communications Advanced composition (formerly Research Composition)

22  1. English/Social Science  2. Elective  3. Elective  4. Elective  5. Lunch  6. Elective  7. Elective  8. Elective

23  All junior choices  Mythology  Science Fiction  Young Adult Novels  AP Literature and Composition

24 EXCEEDING THE MINIMUM NUMBER OF CREDITS IS It is FREE education It allows students to explore more options for the future It builds skills for life It can help prepare you for what might not be expected

25  Advanced Placement classes  Dual Credit classes  Health Science Academy  Drafting Academy

26  Challenging classes (college level)  College credit available by examination  Grade weighted  Why should students take them?  Rigorous  College credit  Prepare for future career

27  AP Lit/Comp  AP Calculus  AP Chemistry  AP Biology  AP Physics  AP US Government  AP American History

28  Classes taught at the high school, and students can pay tuition, and earn college credit also  Why should students take them?  Fit into interest areas  College credit  Prepare for classes in college  Take away a college requirement (DEPENDING ON MANY DIFFERENT FACTORS)

29  Northeast Community College Dual Credit Classes  A. Accounting 2 – Full Year  B. Precalculus – Full Year  C. Introduction to Psychology – Full Year  D. Probability and Statistics - Full Year  E. Programming in Visual Basic –One Semester  F. Basic Nurse Aide (CNA) – One Semester  G. Composition and Literature-Full year  H. Speech-semester  Nebraska Wesleyan University Dual Credit Classes  A. AP English Literature/Composition– Full Year  B. AP Calculus – Full Year  C. AP Biology – Full Year  D. AP American History – Full Year

30  Classes held at high school to prepare for careers in drafting/health sciences  Linked to Northeast Community College

31 1. To Graduate From Norfolk Senior High 2. To Enter a Two Year College or Private School 3. To Enter a Four Year College 4. Military Options 5.The World of Work

32  MEET ALL HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS  Additional Math  Elective Classes Related to Proposed Program of Study

33  MEET ALL HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS  1 Or 2 Additional Years of Science  1 Additional Year of Math  2 Years of the Same Foreign Language  **some colleges also require a fine arts class

34 ELECTIVE CLASSES Related to Work or Military Career Interest of the Student Can Be Very Beneficial

35 SAME BASIC REQUIREMENTS AS 4 YEAR COLLEGE Demonstrated Leadership and Athletic Ability Applications for Appointments are Due Early in Senior Year

36  THREE LEVELS OF HONORS 1) Graduating With Honors 2) Graduating With Distinction 3) Graduation With Highest Distinction  Check Requirements in the Registration Handbook (website) or student planner

37  NHS ALL “A’s” AWARD  ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD  SCIENCE DEPARTMENT AWARD  Check Requirements in the Registration Handbook (website) or student planner

38 Semester 1: May 28-June 18 Semester 2: June 19-July12  To Make Up Classes Not Passed  To Take Required Classes to Have More Time for Electives During the Regular School Term  FEES: $20 Per Semester Class

39  STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT PASSED REQUIRED CLASSES Must Make Them up Before They Can Take Regular Summer School Classes  FOR EXAMPLE: If a student is missing 9 th or 10 th grade required classes they must take that class before taking junior classes  ATTENDANCE-Can not miss more than 2 times per class per session

40  Forms must be completed and money included  Entire fee must be paid to be registered  Register as soon as possible, class sections may be limited

41 What about activities? Be involved in at least one activity or organization (School Clubs and Activities are listed in the online registration handbook)

42  Pass a minimum of 20 credits the semester prior to the activity  Be aware of college sports eligibility requirements

43 Set a regular time and place to study each day and throughout the week. Keep a daily “to do” list. Set goals for yourself. Do your reading assignments before the material is discussed in class. Pay close attention and take good notes in class. Prepare for tests during your regular study times instead of cramming at the last minute. (from ACT)

44  Drop in tutoring services that are open to any student before or after school, during a study hall or by recommendation from a classroom teacher.

45  Visit Counseling Center website  Visit to:www.educationquest.org * sign up for Countdown to College * list and update your activities on the activities resume *search for scholarships COIN website

46 March 4, 5, 6, and 7 presentations will be held in panther lunch for registration March 11: students will input class choices during 9 th grade Panther Lunch and 10 th grade lunch study hall

47  February 18 through March 1: Counselors will meet with students in small groups or individually to review transcripts/career options/college plans/PLP’s  Students will enter class choices online during SSR on March 1

48  Counselors are available during 4 th and 5 th periods each day in the college and career center to assist all students  If students need more assistance they should see their counselor

49  A listing of your students’ selected courses will be available at the end of May.  Please review for accuracy of courses, and contact the counseling center with any changes.


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