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Howard High School Registration
Registration will take place on March 18th. Students will meet with each of their teachers throughout the day to complete the registration process. Courses will be selected by teacher. Teacher/Student conferences will take place on or before March 18 th. If you finish a pathway or want to change a pathway, a teacher can make this notation.
Registration Form Registration Form
Each student will need 4 academic core classes and 3 electives or additional core classes. Link to graduation verification sheet. Select the tab for your 9 th grade enter date. (For example, 2011 is for current Juniors, 2012 is sophomores, 2013 is freshmen)graduation verification sheet Students planning to attend a 4 year college/university will need 2 years of the same modern language. (Some colleges prefer three years) All students need to work towards a pathway. (3 courses in same pathway) See Pathway list with links to 4-year plan of study.Pathway list HOPE Rigor Requirements- Students graduating 2016 must have 3 courses that meet the rigor requirement. See list
Pathways offered at Howard High School Pathways offered at Howard High School Pathways offered at Hutching Career Center (transportation provided to and from HHS). Students will be able to complete a pathway in one year. Students will take the Four academic courses at Howard and go to the Career Center for the Pathway electives. Pathways offered at Hutching Career Center Pathways offered at Central Georgia Technical College (Dual Enrollment) –Student is responsible for transportation Pathways offered at Central Georgia Technical College
There will be a representative here the week of March 23 rd to provide you with additional information regarding the application and other questions you may have. Students interested in Hutchings will need to submit the form “Interested in Hutchings” with your registration form on March 17 th. Your 5 th block teacher will have these forms available.
Elective course numbers and offerings Elective course numbers and offerings
Please talk with the your academic teacher for that area. (For example, you need an English class. Your English teacher could verify this. If you have taken the course and failed it previously, then you would sign up for e2020(Edugenuity)
Talk with your counselor. There are options such as Georgia Virtual School, Dual –Enrollment, etc.
Your course requests are based on passing all current classes. If you are currently failing with a 40 or below, your teacher will recommend you take the course over. If you fail a course this school year, please sign up for summer school. If you fail more than one, you will need to talk to your counselor about credit recovery options.
Work Based Learning –To apply see Mr. Morgan Jarvis. Must be an 11 th or 12 th grader
There are multiple options for Dual Enrollment 1) Accel (Dual Enrollment at Middle Georgia State University or CGTC) for Academic classes- Must meet with your Counselor ASAP—Application required with SAT/ACT score requirements 2) Move on When Ready- (Dual Enrollment at a college full time) Must meet with your Counselor ASAP—Application required with SAT/ACT score requirements 3) Advanced Placement (AP) Courses are dual enrollment taught in a supportive high school environment. You must set up a meeting with your counselor.
Dual Enrollment (academics)- Accel Program Dual Enrollment (academics)- Accel Program Dual Enrollment (CTAE)-HOPE Grant Dual Enrollment (CTAE)-HOPE Grant Complete application for either Middle Georgia State or Central GA Technical College Meet with your Counselor
Accel (Academic Dual Enrollment) Middle Georgia State College: must have Have a minimum academic core high school grade point average of 3.0 to include all attempts in academic coursework as calculated by Middle Georgia State College for admission purposes. Have a combined Critical Reading/Math SAT score of 970 or above with a minimum Critical Reading score of 430 and Math of 400, or an ACT minimum English score of 17, Math 17, and a composite score of 20. Central Georgia Technical College: must have a 450 Critical Reading and 440 Math SAT score
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