Presentation on theme: "High School VSAA 2015. Student Achievement The Class of 2014 received over $4.89 million in scholarships for talent and academic achievement. Over the."— Presentation transcript:
Student Achievement The Class of 2014 received over $4.89 million in scholarships for talent and academic achievement. Over the past 10 years : 3 National Merit Finalists 14 National Merit Commended Scholars 2 Presidential Scholarship nominees - the National Young Arts Foundation 1 Presidential Scholarship winner – with the National Young Arts 1 Ambassador - National Student Poets Program 2 Washington Scholars 1 Davidson Scholar winning $50,000 1 Jazz Pianist National Finalist for the Cole Porter Foundation Jazz Pianist recognition 1 Top 30 Under 30 Comedians- National Recognition International Film competition - CSPAN
Colleges accepting our grads Stanford, Pomona, UC Berkeley Harvard, Stevens Institute of Technology, Rensselaer Emerson, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, U of W, Western Washington, WSU Boston Univ., U. of O, OSU, PSU Cornell, New York University Whitman, Mills, Lawrence U. PLU, Seattle U, Linfield, Reed Willamette, U. of Portland, U. of Puget Sound, BYU Gonzaga, Lewis & Clark College Occidental, Goucher, Davidson Wellesley, Spellman, Carleton U. of Cincinnati, Mt. Holyoke Northwestern, Wake Forest Sarah Lawrence, Vassar Julliard, CalArts, Chicago College of Performing Arts, Cornish College of Art Florence Design Academy American Music & Drama Academy, School of the Museum of Fine Art-Boston Berklee College of Music Virginia Commonwealth University North Carolina U. of the Arts U. of Southern California Lawrence University & Conservatory, Point Park University, University of Utah University of Indiana School of Music, Chapman University Pacific Northwest College of Art
English4.0 credits Mathematics3.0 credits Social Studies3.0 credits Science3.0 credits Fine Art (Includes 2.0 Core)6.0 credits Career & Technical Ed 1.0 credits Fitness/Dance1.5 credits Health0.5 credits Elective 2.5 credits Credits Required24.5 credits Credits possible26.0 credits Graduation Requirements
Pre-A P English classes (9/10 th ) AP Human Geography (10 th grade) AP English Literature & Comp.(11/12 th grade) AP English Language & Comp. (11/12 th ) AP U.S. History (11/12 th ) AP Comparative Gov. & Politics (11/12 th ) Pre-AP Pre-Calculus AP Calculus AP Studio Art College in the High School Advanced Placement Classes
1.PAP Communications 2.Biology 3.Math 4.World Language, or Art 5.Art 6.Health and PE/Dance or Art 7.High School Core Red Team 9 th grade - 2014/15
Biology – is required and taken in 9 th grade. Consider post-high school options as you make your choices, and whether you will have math your senior year. Three years of Science are required. Students may choose from the following classes to meet the requirement: Integrated Science – Lab science Chemistry- Math based Lab science Physics- Math based Lab science Natural Resources & Conservation- Science Options
1.PAP Composition 2.AP Human Geography or World Themes 3.Integrated Science or Chemistry or Natural Resources & Conservation 4.Math 5.World Language, or Art, or Dance/PE 6.Art 7.High School Core Red Team 10 th - 2015/16
1.AP English Language & Composition or American Literature 2.AP US History or U.S. History 3.Math 4.Physics, or World Language, or Art 5.Art 6.Art 7.High School Core Yellow Team 11- 12th th Grade 2014/15
1.AP English Literature & Composition or World Literature 2.AP Government & Politics or CWP 3.Math 4.Chemistry, or World Language, or Art 5.Art 6.Art 7.High School Core Yellow team 11- 12 th grade 2015/16
Draft Four Year Plan Grade 9 1.PAP Composition 2.Math 3.Biology 4.Health and PE/Dance or Art 5.World Language, Art or PE/Dance 6.Art 7.High School Core Grade 10 1.PAP Communications 2.Math 3.Science or other elective 4.AP Human Geography or World Themes 5.World Language, Art or PE/Dance 6.Art 7.High School Core Grade 11 1.AP Eng. Lang/Comp or Amer. Lit 2.AP U.S. History or U.S. History 3.Math 4.Chemistry or other elective 5.Art 6.Art 7.High School Core Grade 12 1.AP Eng. Lit. /Comp or World Lit 2.AP Government & Politics or CWP 3.Math 4.Physics or other elective 5.Art 6.Art 7.High School Core
All Focus level art classes can fulfill the CTE requirement Graphic Design Moving Image Arts Yearbook Recording Arts and Sound Technology American Sign Language Natural Resources & Conservation (or science credit) Career & Technical Ed.
Graduation and College requirements H. S. Math and World Languages are the only credits that can be transferred to the high school transcript. What is the difference between counting Art Forms versus Art Credit? Fitness – 1.5 credits: Students must take at least 1 full year of Dance in high school to meet the PE requirement. One semester can be taken outside of dance. CORE ISSUES
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