Presentation on theme: "Turn packet in to your English teacher Counselors Student’s Last Name A-B Carie Allen Student’s Last Name C-F Nicole Wilson Student’s Last Name G-K Alecia."— Presentation transcript:
Counselors Student’s Last Name A-B Carie Allen Student’s Last Name C-F Nicole Wilson Student’s Last Name G-K Alecia Day Student’s Last Name L-O Paula Buckmaster Student’s Last Name P-S Ranae Summers Student’s Last Name T-Z Kristi Stephens
Counselors Student’s Last Name A-C Carie Allen Student’s Last Name D-Hi Brieana Cooper Student’s Last Name Ho-Mi Paula Buckmaster Student’s Last Name Mo-Sh Ranae Summers Student’s Last Name Si-Z Kristi Stephens Freshmen Counselors Nicole Wilson & Alecia Day
SubjectNumber of Credits (or Units) English4 Math3 Science3 History3 Computer Tech. or Foreign Language2 Additional Unit from course selected above 1 Personal Financial LiteracyMust pass all 14 standards Elective Courses10 Total Credits26
SubjectNumber of Credits (or Units) English4 Math3 Science3 History3 Personal Financial LiteracyMust pass all 14 standards Elective Course13 Total Credits26
In order to meet graduation requirements every student must pass 4 of 7 EOI Tests. All students Must Pass: English 2 and Algebra 1 Any 2 of the following: Biology, Geometry, US History, English 3 or Algebra 2 Attendance on Test Days is Very Important!
Any student that is going to participate in a college athletic program under the guidance of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is responsible to register with NCAA (www.ncaa.org) and complete all high school coursework needed to satisfy the NCAA’s requirements. All questions should be directed to the head coach of the related sport and/or the site athletic director.www.ncaa.org NCAA Clearinghouse
List elective classes by order of importance: 1.Theatre 2.Spanish II 3.Art 4.Woodworking 5.Archery & Fishing 6.Sewing I 7.Sewing II Choose all electives wisely! If not enough electives selected your counselor will pick for you
Junior Applications- Canadian Valley Technology Center Students Assisting Students (SAS)
Mock Trial History of the Bible Archery & Fishing Stagecraft Sports & Entertainment Marketing AP Human Geography AP Art History
CVTC interviews Feb.12 & 13. Mark the classes you wish to drop if you enroll in CVTC. We will make the changes when we get the final list from CVTC. Students notified by letter after spring break.