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Two term classes will now meet every day all year for 50 minutes One term classes will meet half the year (a semester) every day for 50 minutes You will have seven classes every day You will need 25 credits instead of 29
Class Registration Required courses for juniors: English 3 Math U. S. History Consumer Education PE You will need 25 credits to graduate not 29
Should have passed as a sophomore: English 1, 2 Speech (freshman year) Math (two years) Science (two years) Global Studies (freshman year) 3 terms of PE Dr. Ed. Health (sophomore year) Keyboarding (freshman year) 16 credits total
Four-year colleges require: 4 years of English 3 years of math at least up to Alg. 2 3 years of science 3 years of social studies 2 years of foreign language or fine arts
Options to select: Check English 3 either R, CP, or H English Electives: World Literature Creative Writing Publications/Yearbook (See Mrs. Gugerty)
Math Options Current MathNext Year Algebra 1Integrated Math or Geometry – teacher rec. Applied GeometryGeometry Algebra 2 Geometry HAlgebra 2 H Pre. Calculus H or AP Stats. Algebra 2Advanced Algebra/Trig. and/or Statistics
Science Options May be done for graduation but colleges want 3 years Life Science Biology or *Explorations in Chem/Physics (new class next year) Biology - Take Chemistry 1 R Biology H Take Chemistry 1 H Anatomy/Physiology may be an option if you are also taking Chemistry next year.
Social Studies US History is required either Regular or AP (Advanced Placement) Must be in Western Civilizations Honors to to take AP US History Social Studies Electives Contemporary World Problems Introduction to Psychology
PE Must take 2 semesters PE Exemptions: College - Must take 4 Core classes Sport - Must take 3 Core classes and two sports (Poms/Cheerleading and Marching Band all year count as two sports) List sports on registration sheet. Core courses: (English, math, science, social studies, science and foreign languages) Coaches will let us know who may enroll in Athletes PE. Sign up for regular PE and list your sport(s).
Consumer Education: Consumer Education is required to graduate. It is usually taken grade 11. See your counselor if it needs to be moved to grade 12.
Languag e ArtMusicBusinessFCS (limit 1)Ind. Arts Spanish 1Art 1, 2, 3 or 4 BandWord Pros. 2Child Develop.Drafting Spanish 2Ceramics 1, 2, 3 or 4 Choir21st Cent. Business Fashion Design 1 Arch. Drafting Spanish 3*Intro. to Visual Art Hist. of Rock/R oll Account 1 or Acct. 2 H Fash. Des 2Metals Tech Spanish 4 H * New 1 semester class Music Exp. Sports Mark. & Entertain Foods 1, 2, or 3Adv. Metals 1, or 2 Keybd/ Music Tech Apps.Adult LivingWoods Tech Business LawConst. 1, 2 or 3 Economics
Foreign Language Placement Exam Check box if you have not taken a Foreign Language in high school AND have previous Foreign Language experience such as: * Foreign Language spoken at home * Foreign Language taken in junior high You will be offered a Foreign Language Placement Exam and may be offered the opportunity to skip a level.
College Foreign Language Requirements UniversityAdmissionGraduation Eastern Illinois UniversityNot requiredAll programs- 2 semesters of college language (can be met with 2 years of high school language) Illinois State University2 years of same language or 2 years of fine arts College of Arts/Science – 2 semesters of college language (can be met by 3 years high school) Bachelor of Arts – 3 semesters of college language (can be met by proficiency test) Northern Illinois University2 years same language or combination of language, art or music Bachelor of Arts – 2 years at the college level (can be met by 4 years of high school) Southern Illinois University – Carbondale & Edwardsville Not requiredCollege of Liberal Arts – one year of college (can be met by proficiency exam) University of Illinois – Urbana2 years of same language College of Business & Liberal Arts and Sciences – up to the 4 th college level (can be met by 4 years of high school language) All other colleges – up to the 3 rd level (can be met by 3 years of high school language) University of Illinois - Chicago2 years of one languageCollege of Business & College of Architecture – 2 semesters at college level (can be met by 2 years of high school) College of Liberal Arts and Sciences – 4 semesters at college level (met by placement test) Private and Out-of-state Universities Varies (usually 2 years)Varies by major
GAVC Meets two periods every day all year Must must currently have good attendance and be on track to graduate Most programs are worth 2.5 credits for the year Certification fee $100 If you drop GAVC after the 3rd day - your parents will be charged the cost of the course (approx. $2400)
GAVC Programs Auto MechanicsComputer MaintenanceElectricity/Robotics Fire ScienceComputer Apps.Cosmetology Building TradesCriminal JusticeEarly Childhood WeldingHealth Occupations Cosmetology: Has an additional charge and mandatory orientation. Meets blocks 1-4 for morning session Meets blocks 5-7 for afternoon session Meets Monday – Friday and an occasional Saturday to ensure hours for license.
Study Hall You may select to have a study hall for one period. You can have a study hall one semester or all year. You do not earn a credit for study hall. You can select an elective class instead of a study hall.
The Extras Check the box if you are interested in an Early Bird class which will run from 7:00-7:50 am (You will need to have your own transportation) Select 8 classes Check the box if you are interested in taking a summer class and list the class Details will follow for both options
Registration Summary Should have selected English, Math, US History, PE and Consumer Education Select Electives from any of the following: Social Studies, Fine Arts, Language, Business, Family and Consumer Sciences, Industrial Arts, Study Hall or GAVC. The total of scheduling values will equal 7! (Eight classes if you are interested in the Early Bird option) Write down two other options under Alternatives that you did not circle. You may use the notes spot to write any comments for your counselor. Have one of your parents sign the registration sheet before you turn it in.
Due Date These forms will be collect the next week from your counselor out of your English class. If you do not have English, they will be collected in February out of your English class. Talk to your parents and teachers on options. You will be mailed your course list in March. Make sure the list is correct. Choose wisely! The master schedule is arranged by your choices. Changing is difficult once the schedule is made. Course descriptions from the curriculum guide are on the webpage www.morrishs.org under the Guidance section. Join the Morris Community High School Guidance group on Facebook to stay up-to-date.
Pick up for English Term 1 Mr. Kein – Monday, Dec. 6 Ms. Costello – Tuesday, Dec. 7 Mrs. Locke – Wednesday, Dec. 8 Ms. Bamonte – Thursday, Dec. 9 Ms. Struck – Friday, Dec. 10 Ms. Barr – Friday, Dec. 10 Mr. Courter – Friday, Dec. 10 Remember to bring your completed registration sheet!
Pick up for English Term 3 Mr. Courter – Friday, Feb. 1 Ms. Costello – Monday, Feb. 7 Mrs. Locke – Tuesday, Feb. 8 Ms. Struck – Tuesday, Feb. 8 Ms. Bamonte – Wednesday, Feb. 9 Mr. Kein – Thursday, Feb. 10 Ms. Barr – Friday, Feb. 11 Mrs. Gustafson – Monday, Feb. 14 Remember to bring your completed registration sheet!