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Sophomore Visit Class of 2017
Progress Report DatesProgress Report Dates Graduation RequirementsGraduation Requirements TranscriptTranscript Options After High SchoolOptions After High School A-G RequirementsA-G Requirements Success StrategiesSuccess Strategies Presentation Agenda 10 th Grade Presentation Agenda 10 th Grade
Counselors Mrs. Scott x 34150A – Delg Mr. Barba x 34159Deli – Gala + AVID Ms. Garcia x 34151Gall – Lopez, D. Mrs. Farley x 34152Lopez, E. – Rodriguez, C. Mr. Wood x 34157Rodriguez, D. – Z Walk-in meetings are available most days before and after school as well as at lunch time To make an appointment, see a counseling office secretary before school, lunch or after school and she will write out a pass for a specific time and date. Show your teacher the pass on that date to be released to go to the office for your visit!
CLASS haracter - Character - Doing what is right, always doing your best eadership - Leadership - Being a positive example for others, influencing others in a positive way ttitude - Attitude - Everything you do is shaped by your attitude….Good attitude-Good Results, Bad Attitude-Bad Results cholarship - Scholarship - Being a student, preparing for the future after high school ervice - Service - Giving back to others, Gratitude
The Four A’s Academics Arts Athletics Activities
1. High School Graduation Requirements English Math Social Studies Science PE Foreign Lang./Fine Art Health Electives 40 credits 20 credits 30 credits 20 credits 10 credits 5 credits 80 credits You must also pass the CAHSEE Total 225 credits
Academic Area High School University of California Cal State University Community College Private Colleges 225 Units Upper 9%: Most Competitive Upper 33%: Competitive Most Difficult Very Difficult Moderately Difficult Minimally Difficult Non-Competitive English 4 Years (40 Units) 4 Years 1. Four-Year Degree Transfer Recommended strongest possible preparation. 2. Assoc. of Arts Degree *Business*Science*Astronomy*Psychology*Telecommunications*Aeronautics*Electronics *Psychiatric Technology *Foreign Language *Pre-Professional School 3. Vocational Certificate Programs *Police Work *Drafting *Medical Secretary *Child Development *Fire Academy *Emergency Med. Tech. *Computer Science *Interior Design *Welding Broad Range of Admissions Standards and Policies Math 2 Years (20 Units) Alg. 1 or Alg. A&B Algebra 1 Geometry Algebra II (Recommend 4 or more years) Algebra 1 Geometry Algebra II (Recommend 4 or more years) World History & Geography U.S. History Amer. Govt. / Economics 3 Years (30 Units): World Hist. U.S, Hist. Gov’t./Econ. 1 Year World History and 1 Year U.S. History OR ½ US Hist. AND 1 Semester Am. Govt. OR 1 Semester Econ. 1 Year World History and 1 Year U.S. History and 1 Semester Am. Govt. and 1 Semester Econ. Science 2 Years (20 Units) (Physical 10)(Life 10) 2 Years Lab Science (from core disciplines) (3 Recommended) (3 Recommended) 2 Years Science (1lab) (1 physical and 1 biological) Fine Art or Foreign Language 1 Year (10 Units) 1 Year UC Accepted Fine Art and 2 Years Same Foreign Language (3 Recommended) 1 Year CSU Accepted Fine Art and 2 Years Same Foreign Language (3 Recommended) P.E. 2 Years (20 Units) 1 Year of College-Prep Electives to be chosen from at least two of the following: History, English, Advanced Math, Lab Science, Foreign Language, Social Science, UC Accepted Fine Arts Health ½ Year (5 Units) Required GPA TestsCAHSEE Recmnd. Minimum GPA – 3.3 SAT or ACT and SAT SUBJECT EXAMS Recmnd. Minimum GPA – 2.5 SAT or ACT H.S. Diploma or age 18 Placement Tests See Individual Catalogs Academic Requirements for Citrus Valley High School Graduation And All Levels of College Admission
PSAT/SAT ACT “p” designates A-G’s
Do the Math: Credits you should have: 60 Credits you’ve earned - ____ Credits behind = ____ If this number is zero… If this number is more than zero, see your counselor!
2. Check off what you completed in 9 th grade English Science (Earth or Bio.) Math (Algebra or Geom.) P.E. Health Elective (art, theater, AVID, music, choir, etc.)
3. How are you doing this semester? English____ Math____ Science ____ P.E. ____ World History____ Elective____ Are you passing all of your classes right now?___
4. Not enough credits to graduate? Summer School – June - 2015 Credit Recovery – See your counselor
CAHSEE 5. CAHSEE: scores needed to graduate: English/Language Arts ______ Math ________ 350
Review Your Four Year Plans What do you think you’ll be doing after high school. Better to plan for a four-year school now. Be in a position to choose later.
Visit the Career Center for College Rep visits and for more information on any of these choices. 6. What are your plans for after High School? _____ a. Community College _____ b. 4-year college _____ c. Trade or Technical School _____ d. Military _____ e. Work
2 Year College (Comm. College) High School Diploma Spend two years earning 60 units, transfer to a 4 year college.
Cal. State University Top 33% A-G completed with a C- or better Recommended GPA____ Your GPA____ SAT & or ACT Take in the spring of junior year A-G completed with a C- or better Recommended GPA____ Your GPA___ SAT & or ACT Take in spring of junior year University of California Top 9% 2.5 3.3
8. Admission Requirements 19 A-G Subjects a) 2 years of history/social studies b) 4 years of English c) 3 years of math d) 2 years of lab science e) 2 years of a language other than English f) 1 year of a Visual or Performing Art course g) 1 additional college prep elective course that falls within the a-f subjects Coursework Complete any 11 UC-approved “a-g” courses prior to senior year Complete all 15-course “a-g” subject pattern by the end of senior year Courses must be completed with a grade of C or better
A-G requirements A-G requirements Did you complete the 9th grade A-G requirements for: (x all that you have a c- or better in currently) English __ Math__ Science __ Fine Art__ Foreign Language__
Repeat courses? Repeat courses? Yes___ No___ List those courses: Geom. 1 st semester Biology 2 nd semester
Working Toward College Admissions In addition to a solid GPA, students interested in attending a 4-year college or university immediately after a high school should also: In addition to a solid GPA, students interested in attending a 4-year college or university immediately after a high school should also: Participate in extra-curricular and/or co-curricular activities. Participate in extra-curricular and/or co-curricular activities. On campus- sports, ASB, clubs, academic decathlon, etc. On campus- sports, ASB, clubs, academic decathlon, etc. Off campus- part-time jobs, clubs, youth groups, explorer programs, boy or girl scouts, sports, etc. Off campus- part-time jobs, clubs, youth groups, explorer programs, boy or girl scouts, sports, etc. Community service Community service
Get Involved….Join a Club!!!!!!!
Activity Chart 9 th 10 th 11th 12th Activity Chart 9 th 10 th 11th 12th School Activities Spanish Club Spanish ClubFootballASB Community Activities Boy Scouts Church Activities Youth Choir Awards Outstanding Student Award 1 st quarter Eng, 9 Work Experience Summer life guard at YMCA
Important WEB Addresses www.collegeboard.org www.actstudent.org www.collegeview.com www.finaid.org www.ncaaclearinghouse.net www.redlandsusd.net
Clubs, Sports Activity Groups Refer to the Counseling Main Page on the Citrus Valley website for a list of these organizations Listen to the “Daily Bulletin” for specific dates of meetings/auditions or tryouts You must have a GPA of ______ to participate in sports or some activity groups! Clubs do not have a GPA requirement 2.0
10. Keys to Success Attendance Study Time Materials Note Taking Asking Questions Tutoring/S.O.A.R. Time Keeping track of grades Using available resources Communication