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1 High School VSAA 2015

2 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

3 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

4 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

5  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

6 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 /15

7  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

8 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 /16

9 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 th th Grade 2014/15

10 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 th grade 2015/16

11 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

12  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.

13  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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