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2 Scheduling Timeline Freshmen February 3-6 English Class 4/21/2015 2

3 Developing a Master Schedule  Building and planning the master schedule for the following school year is a difficult and complex task. Situations may occur requiring a change to that schedule, however these alterations have a serious effect on class size, teacher assignments, and the overall schedule, therefore these changes are made sparingly. The student and parent are strongly encouraged NOT to plan a course load with the idea that it can be adjusted at a later time. 4/21/2015 3

4 New Schedule Change Policy  A schedule change may occur within the first five (5) days of a semester. One of the following criteria must be met to have a schedule change. 4/21/2015 4

5 New Schedule Change Policy  1. Student schedule does not include the minimum number of required six classes each semester  2. Adjustments due to the successful completion of summer coursework or summer school  3. Error in a student’s schedule due to academic misplacement  4. Error in a student’s schedule due clerical error 4/21/2015 5

6 Adding a Course  Without dropping any scheduled courses, a student may add additional course(s) where enrollment permits and without any alteration to the original schedule. 4/21/2015 6

7 Lowering a Level  Students will be permitted to lower a level, for example, Honors English to CP English, with the recommendation of the teacher at the quarter, or at the semester only. 4/21/2015 7

8 Graduation Requirements  Course Selection Guide on line on Counseling Web Site.  Credits required for grade level designation:  15 Senior  10 Junior  5 Sophomore 4/21/2015 8

9 Graduation Requirements  4 English  4 Math (including Algebra 2 or equivalent)  3 Science  3 Social Studies (1 WH, 1 US,.5 Govt,.5 elective)  1 Fine Art .5 Health,.5 PE (2 semesters)  4 Elective Credits  Pass OGT/Equivalent  Financial Literacy*  20 Total Credits 4/21/2015 9

10 Diploma with Honors  4 English  4 Math (including Algebra 2)  4 Science (including Physics)  4 Social Studies  3 World Language (or 2 of 2 )  1 Fine Arts  3.5 Un-weighted GPA (posted on Naviance)  27 ACT or 1210 SAT (CR and M) 4/21/

11 Typical Schedule  6 classes (1 study period, 1 lunch period)  7 classes (1 lunch period) 4/21/

12 Athletic Eligibility ELIGIBILITY 1. Based on the last nine weeks 2. You must have passed 5 credits 3. You can only have one “F” in the last grading period 4. All athletes are monitored on a weekly basis a.If you receive 2 “F’s” in one week, you will be declared ineligible until at least one of the “F’s” is raised 5. If your GPA is below 2.000, you will be placed on Conditional Eligibility and you will be monitored by all of your teachers  who will fill out a weekly progress report on your progress. If your work level drops in two or more classes, you will be declared  ineligible until it improves 4/21/

13 Sophomore Offerings (Current Freshmen)  English  English 10  Honors English 10 Based on past performance and teacher recommendation 4/21/

14 Sophomore Offerings (Current Freshmen)  Social Studies  US History  APUSH - Teacher recommendation only 4/21/

15 Sophomore Offerings (Current Freshmen)  Math  Geometry  Honors Geometry  Algebra 2  Honors Algebra 2  Pre-Calculus  Honors Pre-Calculus  Probability & Statistics  AP Statistics 4/21/

16 Sophomore Offerings (Current Freshmen)  Science  Biology  Chemistry  Honors Chemistry 4/21/

17 Sophomore Offerin gs (Current Freshmen)  World Language  Not a graduation requirement  At least 2 years for college  3 years for Diploma with Honors  To advance to Spanish 3 a student must complete Regular Spanish 2. 4/21/

18 Sophomore Offerings (Current Freshmen)  Physical Education/Health  PE 9/10  G.Y.M.  Personal Fitness Training  Sport Education  Health  IPEP 4/21/

19 Electives  Art: Ceramics, Computer Graphics, Drawing, Design & Illustration, Digital Photography, Jewelry & Metalsmithing, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, 2-D & 3-D Port Prep  Computer Science: Computer Programming, Computer Science Principles, AP Computer Science, Honors Advanced Data Structures  English: Speech, Words, Creative Writing, Intro to Journalism, Digital Journalism  Business & Technology: Accounting, Business Law, Marketing, Business Principles, Financial Literacy, Video Production  Music: Band, Orchestra, Women’s Choir, Mixed Ensemble, AP Music Theory  Social Studies: 21 st Century History & Culture 4/21/

20 Reminder  Scheduling will begin February 3.  Have your courses picked out.  New Schedule Change Policy: Do not anticipate that you will be able to change courses. 4/21/


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