Presentation on theme: "Four Year Plan Planning for Your Future!. Why do a 4 Year Plan? To make sure you get all the required classes in within four years To be able to do special."— Presentation transcript:
Four Year Plan Planning for Your Future!
Why do a 4 Year Plan? To make sure you get all the required classes in within four years To be able to do special programs for which you need to plan ahead To plan for any electives you’d like to take
Courses Completed Prior to High School Principles of Human Services =.5 Health =.5 Keyboarding or Touch System Data Entry =.5 Communication Applications =.5 Career Connections or Professional Communication Career Focus =.5 Spanish 1A & Spanish 1B = 1 French 1A & French 1B=1 Algebra 1 = 1 Desktop Publishing=1
English 9 th grade – English 1 10 th grade – English 2 11 th grade – English 3 12 th grade – English 4
Science 9 th Biology 10 th Chemistry 11 th Physics 12 th Other science (can take IPC in 10 th )
Social Studies 9 th World Geog. 10 th World History 11 th U.S. History 12 th Gov’t/Eco ( Gov’t and Eco are usually offered over the summer for those who would like to get ahead)
P.E. or equivalent P.E. (1 required) Athletics Band (fall = PE) Drill Team (fall = PE) Color Guard (fall = PE) Cheerleading (fall = PE) ROTC
Foreign Languages 2 credits in the same language required French, Spanish, Latin or German If you are fluent in another language, you may want to consider Credit by Exam.
Speech Communication Applications (usually offered over summer for initial credit) Professional Communication/Career Focus
Fine Art One credit required Band (spring only) Drill team (spring only) Dance Art Orchestra Choir Floral Design Theater Arts – performance or technical
Electives Check the handbook and consider all options. Can be academic type electives, specific programs (ex: cosmetology, business, ROTC)
Course Selection Sheet Complete your course selection sheet using your four year plan. Complete the four year plan on the back of your course selection sheet. Turn course selection sheets in Friday before Christmas break. Do not hesitate to ask if you have questions, and don’t worry, you can make changes!