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Boonville R-I High School Senior Enrollment Presentation
Graduation Requirements To graduate from BHS students must earn 24 credits. The following is required: Communication Arts4 units Social Studies3 units Mathematics3 units Science3 units Fine Arts1 unit Practical Arts1 unit Physical Education1 unit Health½ unit Personal Finance½ unit Electives 7 units Total 24 units
Graduation Honors The Cum Laude System was adopted to encourage students to pursue a strong academic program. This program exceeds the minimum standards outlined for graduation. Classes must be from the academic core. Students who complete this program of study, along with maintaining the specified grade point average, will receive a high school diploma awarded: Cum Laude GPA Magna Cum Laude GPA Summa Cum Laude or above GPA
Graduation Honors Communication Arts (CA I and higher)4 units Social Studies (Am. History, Civics)3 units Mathematics (Algebra I and higher)*3 units Science (Physical Science and higher)**3 units Core Electives***3 units Fine Arts1 unit Practical Arts1 unit Physical Education1 unit Health½ unit Personal Finance½ unit Electives 4 units Total 24 units *Algebra I taken in 8th grade can fulfill 1 math credit **Elemental Physical Science and Elemental Biology will equal one unit of Physical Science credit to fulfill honors requirement, but will count as 2 units of credit toward graduation. ***Core Electives can be earned from CA, Math, Science, Social Studies, and foreign language. Embedded credit will not count toward graduation honors.
Senior Course Selections Placement in CORE course is dependent on teacher recommendation. RequirementsCourses (All 1 unit unless otherwise listed) Communication ArtsCommunication Arts IV, College Prep English, Communication Arts II,Communication Arts III Math ElectivesTechnical Math, Algebra II, Pre-calculus, Intermediate Algebra/Statistics & Algebra III, Calculus Science ElectivesBotany, Zoology, Human Anatomy, Chemistry, AP Chemistry, Physics Social Studies ElectivesPsychology (1/2), Sociology(1/2), Criminal Justice(1/2), Western Civilization I (1/2), Western Civilization II (1/2), Current Events (1/2 or 1) Electives -Students who choose a semester class must make sure they take a first and second semester class. Practical Arts (1 unit required) Accounting I or II - 1 unit Ag Construction – 1 unit Computer Applications – ½ unit Ag Management & Econ – 1 unit Desktop Publishing – 1 unit Ag Power I – 1 unit Multimedia – 1 unit Floriculture – 1 unit Economics – ½ unit, 2 nd sem. Greenhouse I – 1 unit Pers. Finance – ½ unit Woodworking Tech – 1 unit Web Design – 1 unit Adv. Woodworking & Const. Tech – 1 unit Keyboarding – ½ unit Comp Aided Drafting (CAD) – 1 unit Foods I - ½ unit, 1 st semester Computer Networking Lab – 2 units Foods II- ½ unit, 2 nd semester Information & Tech I or II – 1 unit Child Development I – ½ unit, 1 st sem. Auto Collision Theory I or II – 1 unit Child Development II – ½ unit, 2 nd sem. Auto Collision Lab I or II – 2 units Family Relations- ½ unit, 1 st sem. Auto Technology Theory I or II – 1 unit Housing & Int. Design – ½ unit, 2 nd sem Auto Technology Lab I or II – 2 units Agricultural Science I or II – 1 unit Consumer Care Car – ½ unit
Senior Course Selections (cont.) RequirementsCourses (All 1 unit unless otherwise listed) Electives -Students who choose a semester class must make sure they take a first and second semester class. Practical Arts (continued) Health Science I or II Lab – 2 units Medical Math – ½ unit Intro. To Health Sci. – ½ unit Medical Skills – ½ unit Medical Terminology – ½ unit Mental Health Issues and Healthcare – ½ unit Fine Arts (1 unit required) Art I, II, or III – 1 unit Art Portfolio – 1 or 2 units Band – 1 unit Music of the 20 th Century – 1 unit Pirate Singers - ½ or 1 unit, must audition Chamber Choir – 1 unit, must audition Humanities – ½ or 1 unit Intro to Film – ½ or 1 unit (½ unit 1st sem. only) App. Inst. Technique & Theory I or II – ½ unit Drama – 1 unit Electives Creative Writing I or II – ½ unit or 1 unit Advanced PE- ½ or 1 unit Spanish I, II, III or IV – 1 unit Lifetime Sports – ½ or 1 unit Mythology – ½ unit, 1st semester Newspaper Publication – 1 unit Sports Literature – ½ unit, 2nd semester Yearbook Publication – 1 unit Psychology – ½ unit, 1st semester Study Hall – no credit Sociology – ½ unit, 2nd semester Teachers Aide – ½ or 1 unit Current Events – ½ or 1 unit Library Aide - ½ or 1 unit Office Aide - ½ or 1 unit Hannah Cole Aide – ½ or 1 unit Speech – ½ unit, 1st or 2nd semester Per. Health – ½ unit,(required for graduation)
BTEC Courses Offered Agriculture Auto Collision Repair Auto Technology Health Sciences Woodworking and Construction Computer Networking and Information Technology Courses will be offered only if adequate enrollment numbers exist.
Weighted Courses Course NameWeight Assigned Calculus and Analytic Geometry I1 Human Anatomy and Physiology.33 AP Chemistry1 – if test is taken.33 – if test is not taken Spanish IV.33 College Prep Language Arts1 Western Civilization I1 Western Civilization II1 Applied Instrumental Techniques and Theory I (Senior – semester course).33 May only be taken once for weight. Applied Instrumental Techniques and Theory II (Senior – semester course).33 May only be taken once for weight.
Dual Credit Juniors and seniors may be able to take the following courses. Through an agreement with Central Methodist University, State Fair Community College, and Mo Valley, students may enroll and take these courses for a fee and receive college credit. Tuition is due in full on the first day of class. BHS ClassCollege ClassCredit Pre-calculus with TrigonometryMATH104, CMU1 unit, 3 credit hour, all year Algebra IIIMATH103, CMU½ unit, 3 credit hours, 2 nd semester CalculusMATH118, CMU1 unit, 5 credit hours, all year SpeechCT101, CMU½ unit, 3 credit hours, 1 st or 2 nd semester College Prep EnglishEN120, CMU1 unit, 3 credit hours, all year StatisticsMATH106, CMU½ unit, 3 credit hours, 1 st semester Western Civilization IHI101, CMU½ unit, 3 credit hours, 1 st semester Western Civilization IIHI102, CMU½ unit, 3 credit hours, 2 nd semester Applied Instrumental Technique and Theory I and IIMUS136, 137, SFCC½ unit, 1 credit hour, 1 semester Medical Terminology (on-line)HL130, Mo Valley½ unit, 1 credit hour, 1 semester
Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment Dual Credit Juniors and Seniors may have the opportunity to take additional online dual credit courses during the school year. Students may take the course during a scheduled study hall or in addition to the 7 scheduled hours at BHS. The institution issuing the dual credit will establish the fees, course schedule, and textbooks required. Students taking the course(s) will be responsible for purchasing/renting the textbook. Dual Enrollment Juniors and Seniors may have the opportunity to take dual credit courses on the State Fair Community College Kemper Campus during the school day. These students are considered dual enrolled. Courses taken at the Kemper Campus count the same as a dual credit course taken on the BHS campus. Students are responsible for all fees and textbooks. REMINDER – A STUDENT MUST EARN 3 UNITS OF CREDIT TO REMAIN ELIGIBLE.
Enrollment Process Between now and February 22 nd, you need to: Review your transcript. Choose and discuss courses you would like to take with your parents and teachers. Fill out your enrollment sheets. Your teachers will sign off on your courses for next year on February 20 th and 21 st. Review your Personal Plan of Study and make any needed changes. Refer to the Program of Study templates in the back of the Course Registration Handbook to assist you.
Enrollment Form Unit of CreditCourse SelectionTeacher Approval Communication Arts Elective List 2 if the course is a semester course. Make sure you indicate first or second semester. Elective List 2 if the course is a semester course. Make sure you indicate first or second semester. Elective List 2 if the course is a semester course. Make sure you indicate first or second semester. Elective List 2 if the course is a semester course. Make sure you indicate first or second semester. Elective List 2 if the course is a semester course. Make sure you indicate first or second semester. Elective List 2 if the course is a semester course. Make sure you indicate first or second semester. Alternate Courses Choose two alternate courses in case the courses you have chosen will not fit into your schedule. Unit of CreditCourse Selection Alternate Course Alternate courses may be semester courses or yearlong. If the course is a semester class, please list the semester for which it meets.
Program of Study
Personal Plan of Study
MSHSAA and BHS Eligibility A student must pass 3 units of credit in order to be eligible to participate in or attend extra curricular activities (sports, dances, clubs, prom, etc). Credit is awarded on the semester concept. Each class is equal to ½ credit. Do the Math: ½ credit x 6 classes = 3 units You must pass 6 classes!
A+ Program The A+ program is designed to provide tuition for students to attend any community college in the state of Missouri. To be eligible, students must meet the following requirements: Attend an A+ school for 3 consecutive years. Graduate with a 2.5 non-weighted accum. GPA. Have an attendance rate of 95% for the four years. Perform 50 hours of unpaid tutoring in a school sponsored activity (12.5 hours can be job shadowing). Maintain a record of good citizenship, and avoid the use of drugs and alcohol. 2 of 3 units of math must be Algebra I and higher. 2 or 3 units of science must be Physical Science and higher. EPS and EB will count as one unit of credit toward the A+ science requirement.
Enrollment Reminders Students may only enroll in 1 PE class per semester. Students may only enroll in 1 Study Hall or Aide position per semester. Students wishing to be an Aide must have that teacher sign the registration form. Students who need to take Credit Recovery need to sign-up for Study Hall and write Credit Recovery – Subject on the registration form. ALL classes (except Study Hall) must be signed off by a teacher. Students must be enrolled as full-time students.