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1 School Year Grade 11 Tuesday, February 21, 2012

2 Graduation Requirements OCS requires passing 25 Carnegie Units of Coursework to receive The Alabama High School Diploma. Passing all standard coursework is required for diploma type. Passing 5 out of 5 sections of the Alabama High School Graduation Exam.

3 New Graduation Guidelines Beginning with the ninth grade class of the school year, ALL students will have to complete in math either Algebra II or Algebra II with Trigonometry. We are expecting some changes to the Math Path. As a result, a placement test will be used to place the students in the appropriate math path. Beginning with the ninth grade class of the school year, ALL students will have as their default diploma option the Advanced Endorsement to the Alabama High School Diploma. Should a student and his/her parent or guardian determine that the Advance Endorsement is not appropriate for the student’s educational needs, the parent or guardian may remove the student from the Advanced Endorsement by meeting with the student’s counselor and completing the Endorsement Change Request Form. This change in endorsement may occur prior to the student entering ninth grade or at logical points throughout the student’s high school experience. Included in the newly adopted requirements of the Advanced Endorsement to the Alabama High School Diploma is the requirement that all students will have an Online Experience (teacher led or blended instruction).

4 DRAFT Math Path AHSD

5 Standard & Advance Diploma Standard High School Diploma English - 4 Credits English 9, English 10, English 11, English 12 Mathematics – 4 Credits Algebra I, Geometry, 2 Additional Math Electives *Ending with Algebra II Science – 4 Credits Biology, Physical Science, 2 Additional Science Electives Social Studies – 4 Credits Gr. 9 World History/Geography, Gr. 10 US History/Geography since 1500, Gr. 11 US History/Geography up to 1900, Gr. 12 Government & Economics Physical Education – 1 Credit Health Education – ½ Credit Fine Arts – ½ Credit Computer Applications – ½ Credit Online Learning Experience Electives – 6 ½ Credits Total Credits – 25 Carnegie Units of Credits Advance Academic Diploma English – 4 Credits English 9, English 10, English 11, English 12 Mathematics – 4 Credits Algebra I, Geometry, 2 additional Math Electives *Ending with Algebra II w/Trig senior year Science – 4 Credits Biology, Physical Science, 2 Additional Science Electives Social Studies – 4 Credits Gr. 9 World History/Geography, Gr. 10 US History/Geography since 1500, Gr. 11 US History/Geography up to 1900, Gr. 12 Government & Economics Physical Education – 1 Credit Foreign Language – 2 Credits Credits must be in same language or Career Tech Courses – 3 Credits Health Education – ½ Credit Fine Arts – ½ Credit Computer Applications – ½ Credit Online Learning Experience Electives – 4 ½ Credits Total Credits – 25 Carnegie Units of Credits

6 Students will be scheduled core subjects based on math path.

7 Honors English  The counselor will collect data and enter information on an approved rubric based on certain standardized assessments (examples: EXPLORE and PLAN) along with current English grades.  The rubric will be used to see which students meet the criteria.  Parents will be notified by letter about their child’s eligibility for Honors English. Parents will need to verify, sign, and return the letter indicating if student will be accepting or declining the course.  Once the letter is received in the counselor’s office, an adjustment will be made to the student’s schedule for those who accept.  During the month of May, the student will receive the Honor’s English Summer Reading requirements.

8 Students will select courses from the list of electives (example list below) sometime during the spring through the INOW Portal.

9 Additional 11 th Electives

10 INOW Home Portal At this point, you will have a chance to check out your requests at home through the INOW Home Portal. If your parent(s) have not enrolled to receive the INOW Home Portal, they will need to see Mrs. Teal in the high school office.

11 Once the student selects electives from the INOW portal in the school setting, a verification roster will be sent home for parents to preview, approve, sign, and return to school. A copy of electives will be listed on the back of the verification roster.

12 How to Access INOW Home Portal Students and/or Parents will use their username and password to access their individual account at home. STEP 1 Go to Enter the username: “ocsparent” Enter the password “parent” Click “OK” STEP 2 You should be on the INOW webpage to login. User Name: your INow username is the code that you picked up from the office. Example: rgibbs3802 Password: “oneonta1” (On very first log in, you will be prompt to change your password.) Student password will be different. Parents can access all their children’s accounts.

13 Students’ Steps for Logging Into INOW Home Portal  Find the INOW icon on your desktop.  Double click on it to open the INOW website.  Enter your username (Example: rgibbs3802)  Enter the password: “oneonta1”  The computer will prompt you to change your password. Old Password: enter “oneonta1” New Password: enter “redskins14” Re-enter New Password: “redskins14”  You should be looking at your home screen.

14 Students’ Steps for Logging Into INOW Home Portal Requests  In upper right hand corner, find “School/Academic Session”.  Click on drop down to change the school year to “NEW YEAR ”.  On the left under “HOME”, find and click on “Requests”.  You should be viewing your next year core courses.

15 Sample of INOW Home Portal page When you are logged in change the year to “New Year” Look at the menu to the left, find and click on “Requests” You will be looking at the course offerings.

16 Sample Request

17 Oneonta High School Unlimited Scholarship Information Take control of your future! Visit the Oneonta City School’s Website! Click on Oneonta High School Click on “Counselors’ Corner” Click on “College Scholarships” at the top of page in the blue header box. It will take you to a page of only scholarship material. You will see Senior Tips, Financial Aid Information, Testing dates, College and Career Searches, College Information, and SCHOLARSHIPS! Scholarship information is loaded daily once received! This is a website you will want to save on your “Favorites”. Please check this website daily. Do not overlook Financial Aid located on the “Guidance” page under Helpful Web Sites and at the bottom of “College Scholarship” page if you are looking for money for college. There is a world of information waiting for you on the internet. All websites are hyperlinked. Just double click on those weblinks. No time is too soon! If you are a freshman, you need to be visiting the Oneonta High School Guidance website, become familiar to what is available to you, and start career and college searches. If you have any questions, please me at

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