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LHS Online Course Registration
Our Goals for Today: Provide instructions so each student can successfully register for classes using Infinite Campus. Explain courses, credits, and opportunities available next year. Have each student create their schedule.
Online Registration Instructions
Go to manitowocpublicschools.org
Enter your username and password User Name: (Student ID) Password: ds (first and last initial and date of birth mmddyy)
Infinite Campus Home Page John Lincoln John
Graduation Planner Please read the key carefully to understand the graduation planner graph
Click on the Registration Link John Lincoln John
Click on the Course Search. John Lincoln John John Lincoln For a complete course listing, leave the course name and number blank and just click Go!
Click on the Class Name to view Course Information John John Lincoln Oh Yeah I took this already Note ½ credit and need to sign up for both semesters & Prerequisites Note ½ credit and need to sign up for both semesters & Prerequisites
Versus a year long course John John Lincoln Click to Add
John John Lincoln The added class will appear under Requested Course Repeat these steps until all your classes have been selected
Note Required Courses must be taken or see your counselor You will also need to select (S2) to complete the year long courses John Lincoln John John Lincoln
Selecting a Zero Hour Students must select the Zero Hour Candidate course to be considered for a zero hour class. In most cases students will only be able to attend 7 classes 0 – 6 th hour (7:00 am – 2:16 pm) 1 st – 7 th hour (7:55 am – 3:14 pm) If a student has begun a semester with a 0 schedule they may be allowed to change classes as room permits, but they can only choose from courses offered within the alternate time frame that they began the semester, (0-6th).
Zero Hour Candidate John Lincoln John John Lincoln
Consider adding 3 alternate courses John Lincoln John John Lincoln
To delete a class click on the course under Requested Classes and Delete it from your selections. John Lincoln John John Lincoln
Print a copy of your request summary, have you and your parents sign and date it, and return this copy to the guidance office. John Lincoln John John Lincoln
Keep two goals in mind while registering: GOAL #1: Take the courses required to earn a Lincoln High School Diploma GOAL #2: Take the courses that will prepare you for the life you want after high school.
Resources Four Year Plan Course of Study Bulletin Infinite Campus Graduation Planner
The Course of Study Bulletin Contains 9-12 grade courses Courses are divided up by subject area. Pages 9-11 include a list of all courses available and the grade level students must be in to take them. Make sure you have taken all of the pre- requisites before you sign up for a class.
Graduation Requirements (page 1) Course requirements are: Health 0.5 credits Physical Education 1.5 credits English4.0 credits Mathematics 3.0 credits Science 2.0 credits * Social Studies 3.0 credits (Financial Literacy 0.5 required) (Civics Literacy 0.5 required) Electives 10.0 credits Total 24.0 credits Mandatory 20 hour community service requirement.
College Recommendations (p.4-5) Foreign Language Recommendation AP and IB courses (opportunities to earn college credit now) These are general recommendations.
Tech. School Recommendations (pgs. 6&7) Be familiar with entrance requirements for your program of interest. The Accuplacer Get a head start on your technical diploma for free with LHS courses. (pg. 7) Advanced Standing Transcripted Credit
ENGLISH (pg. 19) Every Student must complete 4 credits of English to graduate Flow chart on pg. 20 Group Problem Solving 21 st Century Communications (new class)
Mathematics (pg. 50) 3 credits required for graduation* Flow chart on pg. 51 Colleges recommend at least three years of math with a minimum requirement of Advanced Algebra/Trigonometry.
Math Flow Chart (p. 51)
Science (pg. 70) Read descriptions carefully for prerequisites. 2 credits of Science are required to graduate 1 credit of Physical Science Chemistry in the Community is designed for college bound non-science majors. Chemistry is designed for college bound science majors. 1 credit of Life Science Colleges require a minimum of three years of lab based science (IPS, Biology, Physics, Chemistry)
Social Studies (pg.77) Flow chart pg. 78 Breakdown of 3 S.S. credits 1 credit of American History 1 credit of World History.5 credit of Civics.5 credits of Financial Literacy (this does not have to be a Social Studies class)
The International Baccalaureate Program
Who can participate? The program is open to juniors and seniors. Juniors may enroll in individual certificates or the full diploma program. Information found on pg.40-49
Youth Apprenticeship (pg. 65) Intensive work-experience program that combines classes and employment. 3 class periods Students earn high school credit, may earn Tech. College credit, and are paid by their employer. Students must apply and interview Students interested should sign up for a full schedule. (Your courses will be adjusted later if you are accepted.)
The Youth Options Program Allows students to take college/ technical college courses that are not offered by LHS. Students earn high school and college credit. Students wishing to attend either UW- Manitowoc or Silver Lake, must have a GPA of 3.4+ or an ACT score of 25. Students wishing to attend a technical college, must have good academic standing attendance. See your School Counselor to obtain forms and instructions. Forms must be completed and returned to your School Counselor by Mar. 1st for 1st semester or Oct. 1 for 2nd semester of next year. Youth options courses are offered at no cost to the student unless you fail a class. Failing students are required to reimburse the district for the cost of the class and the textbooks.