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1 1 Going to High School What all students and parents need to know… 1

2 2 Going to High School Ready to go? Know the basics Be prepared – Be self-disciplined Be ready and willing to work Think about the future Take advantage of rigorous course offerings to prepare me for life after high school, scholarship opportunities, HOPE, careers Maintain good grades Become involved in extracurricular activities Be ready to do the best in all courses! 2

3 3 Going to High School High School Options  High School Career (CTAE) Pathways  Woodville-Tompkins Technical & Career High School  Advanced Academic Pathway  Fine Arts Pathway  World Language Pathway  Specialty Programs  College Credit Now  Advanced Placement  International Baccalaureate  Dual Enrollment 3

4 4 Going to High School To earn a high school diploma, you must… Earn 24 credits in specific subject areas Pass the Graduation Test - Writing Attend school Complete 20 hours of approved Community Service by the end of the 3 rd year 4

5 5 Going to High School What is a unit of credit ? A number (1.0) to indicate you passed a class. To earn credits you need to be in class and pass the class! 5

6 6 Going to High School Required Areas of StudyUnits Required English Language Arts4 Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 Health & Physical Education1 World Language2 College Prep (3 preferred) OR 1 CTAE (2 preferred) CTAE Pathway 4 * * (must be in approved sequence of courses) Electives2 College Prep 3 CTAE Total Minimum Units24 Community Service Requirements In addition to successfully completing all academic and attendance requirements as outlined by the SCCPSS and the state of Georgia, every student must complete a minimum of 20 hours of community service by the completion of the junior year. Refer to IHE-R for students entering SCCPSS from private or out-of-county school after 9th grade. 6

7 7 Going to High School Core Academic Courses CORE EnglishScience Social Studies World Languages Math 7

8 8 Going to High School Ninth Grade Courses * Some student may choose the following courses depending on Pathway Way Choice and/or space availability  Visual Arts  Performing Arts  ROTC CORE EnglishScience World Language* Social Studies Math Intro to Business & Technology * Per Fitness & Health 8

9 9 Going to High School English – 9th Literature & Composition – 10 th Literature & Composition – 11 th American Literature & Composition * – 12 th grade British Literature & Composition * *AP, IB courses may substitute 9

10 10 Going to High School Mathematics CCGPS* 9 th - Coordinate Algebra 10 th - Analytic Geometry 11 th - Advanced Algebra 12 th - Pre-Calculus OR 9 th - Accelerated Coordinate Algebra/Analytic Geometry A 10 th - Accelerated Analytic Geometry B/Advanced Algebra 11 th - Accelerated Pre-Calculus 12 th - AP Calculus, AP Statistics, or Advanced level Mathematics course 10

11 11 Going to High School Science – Biology – Physical Science – Chemistry* – Physics* * AP, IB courses may substitute 11

12 12 Going to High School Social Studies * – World History – American Government – United States History – Economics *AP, IB course may substitute 12

13 13 Going to High School World Language – College sequence * 2 units required 3 recommended – CTAE sequence * 1 unit required 2 units recommended Students are encouraged to follow the college sequence where possible 13

14 14 Going to High School Pathway must be chosen Required for all students entering Grade 9 in and beyond) Career, Technical and Agricultural Education (CTAE) 4 units in a coherent sequence of CTAE courses leading to college readiness and a career readiness certificate endorsed by related industries Advanced Academic English/Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, or Social Studies Fine Arts Visual Arts, Theater, Dance, Music, or Journalism World Language 14

15 15 Going to High School Secondary Assessment Transition Plan Students entering grade nine for the first time first during the school year and beyond Must pass the GHSWT Are not required to take or pass GHSGT (test not administered) Are required to pass courses* associated with EOCT, with EOCT contributing 20% to course grade 15

16 16 Going to High School End of Course Test (EOCT) English 9 – Literature/Composition English 11 –American Literature CCGPS Mathematics Biology Physical Science United States History Economics 16

17 17 Going to High School Community Service Every student must complete a minimum of 20 hours of community service by the completion of the junior year. Must be completed at a non-profit agency Student cannot work at a business Cannot be completed during the school day Student cannot get paid 17

18 18 Going to High School Scholarships HOPE – Class of Changes Go to: Click on “HOPE Program Changes” College Scholarships Rigorous course credit on transcript Strong GPA beginning grade 9 through 12 Extracurricular activities Unique community service Athletic Scholarships Strong GPA beginning grade 9-12 ACT/SAT scores must meet admissions standard for Division 18

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20 20 Going to High School While in high school… fill up your With a rigorous course schedule and a strong transcript for you know not what lies ahead in your future career… 20


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