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1 Sophomore Presentations 2014 REGISTRATION FOR JUNIOR YEAR

2 Distribute materials: Registration card * Graduation Requirements/checklist* A-G course list Student Information Sheet * CORRECT/ PARENT SIGNATURE Transcripts * 4 year plan * completed Summer School information * * Please bring with you at the time of dropping off materials this week ROP --- please pathways dental/ nursing/ culinary. Students can sign up for classes when they pick up schedules—week of august 5 th. Please enroll in 7th period ROP classes at that time—Good for elective credit; career exploration; classes articulate to colleges Henri Highlander sample

3 Instructions for registration process PLEASE WRITE THE DATE OF CLASSROOM REGISTRAION ON THE REGISTRATION MATERIALS. BE PREPARED. BRING MATERIALS COMPLETED. Reminder Students will see their designated counselor to review registration card and can ask questions as we review with them in room 84 and input information Registration Card and Student information Sheet MUST be completed this week- Feb. 20 th and 21 st in room 84 Consider AP or honors, please ascertain signatures with teachers and begin conversations. Students are expected to complete year long courses. Students Complete your projected 4 year plan and review with counselors at time of registration. DO consider ACADEMY Requirements English, Math, Science, World Language—Advanced Electives Counselors demonstrate completion of the registration card. On from each area and also electives and alternates very important! Student Information SHEET… must be signed by parent if not changes. Use pencil not pen please

4 REVIEW TRANSCRIPT components Check address/ phone-correct? If not check with attendance P in left column for College PREP Rank – GPA. College GPA only A-G classes- Every class worth 5 units (except- health 2.5) Circle every class where a unit needs to be made up. Develop a plan for unit make up with your counselor Grade of D? Circle- retake the same exact class in order to replace on transcript.-otherwise classes are averaged together College eligibility : A-G classes/ grades/ SAT/ACT scores- UC also require community service and leadership Junior-. 4 year college. Plan to sign up for PSAT.. Scholarship qualifying-WEDNESDAY, October 15, 2014 8:00-12:00pm. Ms. Murphy Start community service options.. Keep track of options Consider clubs and leadership ideas

5 Requirements Importance of A-G academic rigor for 4 year college eligibility. REVIEW ABI Status to ensure you are on track.. College Night info will be given at registration as date becomes available. Need to complete 11 of the A-G courses by the end of junior year with C (B is BEST) or better for UC schools This year Cal State Fullerton min eligibility 3.47. Times are very competitive-stay focused and competitive ( exceed minimum requirements) stay in math, even if going to Community College. Beginning Math Algebra 2. College bound sophomores –plan to sign up for PSAT - on October 15 th of your junior year. (fee waiver) NO MORE SUBJECT TEST REQUIRED FOR UC- research your chosen field and school especially Engineering and Math… some UC schools/programs require subject tests- PLEASE RESEARCH. NHS- Mrs. Briq- Ashley; CSF Mrs. Silvas and Mrs. Sorenson- investigate 2 weeks into each semester for NHS/CSF. Do not wait! Keep track of community service hours - form in Guidance they can use. Interested in how to achieve a LHHS Graduation cords- check list on website. –

6 : All students should plan to stay in year long classes.. Be very thoughtful in choosing classes as we build the Master Schedule around these choice and there is an expectation that students will remain in all classes they choose UC schools require 11 core A-G classes completed by end of junior year. Summer school information is tentative will we announce summer classes when finalized. Students must remediate classes in the summer. NCAA- Div 1 and Division 2 require--16 core courses.. Check the 48H approved list…... FINE ART classes not included. Check tab on website for NCAA brochure and worksheet. Register NAIA… send by end of September of the Senior year… make sure no changes will occur after you send. REVIEW- fee waiver option REVIEW ABI INSTRUCTIONS! Everyone should have an email and should have an ABI account. When students return on Thursday and Friday, if completed and have an account, students will input information after reviewing classes with counselor. GREAT practice for college...

7 Graduation Checklist UC/CSU Entrance ("a-g") + FJUHSD Graduation Requirements FJUHSD Graduation Requirements Class"a-g"UnitsCompletedNeeded ClassUnitsCompletedNeeded Englishb (Total 4 years required, at most 1 year of EL) English English 1b10 English 110 English 2b10 English 210 English 3b10 English 310 English 4b10 English 410 Social Sciencea (Total 2 years required) Social Science World Historya10 World History10 US Historya10 US History10 Governmenta5 5 Economics 5 5 Mathc (Total 3 years required, 4 years recommended) Math: Total 3 years required Algebra 1A/Bc10 Algebra 1A/B10 Geometryc10 Geometry10 Algebra 2c10 Algebra 210 Precalculusc10 Advanced Algebra & Trig Calculusc or g World Languagee (total 2 yr req'd, 3 rec'd)20 World Language or Visual or Perf Art10 Visual or Perf Artf (1 year required)10

8 Scienced (Total 2 years required, 3 years recommended) Science: Total 2 years required Biologyd10 Earth Science or Ag 110 Chemistryd10 Biology or Ag Sci 210 Physics or other labd10 Chemistry10 Physics or other science College Prep Electiveg (1 year required)10 (g: in addition to those above, 1 extra year of history, social science, English, advanced math, lab science, foreign language (addition to the same language as above) or additional class in VPA (Visual or Performing Art-see La Habra list.) Electives: special program preferred, such as 3-4 years of VPA, ASB, Journalism, ROTC, AVID, etc. Such commitment can be demonstrated instead by extra curricular activities such as ongoing performing arts acitivities or achieving Eagle Scout rank.20 Electives60 Health 2.5 Health2.5 Computersor take competency exam5 Computers5 Physical Education 20 Physical Education20 Total 217.5 Total217.5 NOTE: UC/CSU "a-g" requirements are NOT met by courses with a grade below C.Note: A grade of F in a course earns in 0 units. AP and Honors courses are preferred. Competencies:Computers: _______ CAHSEE Math: _____CAHSEE Language: _____

9 ABI REVIEW ABI INSTRUCTIONS! Everyone should have an email and should have an ABI account. When students return on Thursday and Friday, if completed and have an account, students will input information after reviewing classes with counselor. GREAT practice for college...


11 Direction for creating an account




15 Choose wisely Choose 6 year long courses 12 pairs– FALL Choose 2 alternate courses Use Control F if you can’t find the course Practice at home… print and bring with you the day you come to register. Assistance will be available COME PREPARED

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