Presentation on theme: "GRADE 10 COLLEGE PREPARATORY PROGRAM 2014-2015. GRADE 10 CPP IB 1 CPP Grade 11 CPP CPP Grade 12 CPP IB 2 Freshman All universities Sophomore Local and."— Presentation transcript:
GRADE 10 COLLEGE PREPARATORY PROGRAM
GRADE 10 CPP IB 1 CPP Grade 11 CPP CPP Grade 12 CPP IB 2 Freshman All universities Sophomore Local and some foreign universities
SubjectH/WCoef.Min. Grade Arabic 3265 Art/Music/Film making 2165 Biology 4270 Chemistry 4265 Drama 1165 Economics/Management 2165 English 6470 French 3270 Math 5365/70** PE 2165 Pre-TOK 2165 Physics 4265 History 2165 Citizenship and social service Total **A grade of 65 is required in math for IB math studies (IB DP) A grade of 70 is required in math for IB math SL (IB DP) College Preparatory Academic Program 10 th Grade
Students in Grade 10 CPP can opt for either 1.Grade 11, International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IB DP) or 2.Grade 11, College Preparatory Program (CPP)
Promotion to Grade 11- IB DP 1. Students are promoted to the first year of IB DP if they obtain: Approval of the Admission’s Committee A yearly general average not less than 77 and a grade of not less than 75 in English No grade less than 65 in any subject Fulfilled a pre-CAS requirement of 30 hours Selection of 2 nd Language Level (Arabic and/or French) depends on two criteria: 1- Current level in the Grade 10 CPP class (Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced) 2- Recommendation of the language teacher
Promotion to Grade 11-CPP 2. Students are promoted to Grade 11 CPP if they: Obtain a general average of 70 and above Meet the above minimum requirements Fulfill a pre-CAS requirement of 30 hours
: a)Psychological Support: The class advisor and school psychologist, Mrs. Dana Taher Mirza are available to guarantee the necessary support. If the student suffers from any specific adjustment difficulty, the school psychologist is available for support and regular follow up. She will be in constant communication with the class advisor* and parents. *5 E1 CLASS ADVISOR: Ms. Leen Kalash *5 E 2 CLASS ADVISOR: Mrs. Marina Peltikian SUPPORT SERVICES
b) Academic Support: If your child faces academic difficulties in one or more subjects, reinforcement classes will be offered. His/her advisor or teacher will invite you to a conference to communicate the difficulties and explore possible solutions. C) Medical Support: During the year, if any medical condition arises, the administration, school physician and nurse will be in constant communication with you. If your child suffers from any prolonged medical condition, a medical report is required. All confidential information is kept with the administration. SUPPORT SERVICES (cont.)
How Does IC Prepare its students for University Studies A.SAT 1. 5th & 2 nde Class: At the beginning of the year, the students sit for a PSAT exam The English teacher trains students for their SAT (1 period per week) 2. 6th & 1ère class: IC in collaboration with AMIDEAST organizes SAT sessions in English and Math during the course of the year The English teacher trains students for their SAT (1 period per week) 3. Graduating Classes The English teacher trains students for their SAT (1 period per week)
How Does IC Prepare its students for University Studies (cont’d) B. Career Guidance 1.Mrs. Randa Soubaih, College Counselor, is responsible for orienting students towards both local (AUB, LAU, …) and foreign universities. She arranges for meetings with speakers from these universities. These meetings are announced on the IC website. 2.Mrs. Josette Eid, is in charge of career guidance and of inviting speakers from different professions to address the students.
How Does IC Prepare its students for University Studies (cont’d) C: Information Technology Programs which aid students in discovering their areas of strength and future professions 1.My road.com 2.BLOM Shabeb D: Local guest speakers who lecture students on their current professions (your contributions are welcome )
IMPORTANT DATES A. EXAMS & GRADE REPORTING November 11 : First progress report November 20 : Parent–Teacher meetings January 19-23: Semester I examinations (Mid-Year exams) February 10 : Semester 1 report card April 16: Second progress report (tentative date) April: Early admissions to IB I class Week of June : Semester 2 examinations (Final exams) July 7: Annual report card 2014 – 2015 Academic year Semester I September 2014 – January 2015 Ends with the Mid Year cumulative exams Semester II February 2015 – June 2015 Ends with the Final Year cumulative exams
Admission to AUB
SAT I + School transcript of record for grades 10 & 11 THE COMPOSITE SCORE (CS) and how it is generated by AUB Composite Score=50% SAT I + 50% school grades = (Critical reading + mathematical reasoning) + Grade 10 + Grade 11
AUB follows a scale of 800 School grades from grade 10 and grade 11 are converted to a scale of 800 How is this done ?
If a student is above school average he will get above 500/800 If a student is below school average he gets below 500/800
AUB takes the average of the IC students applying this year Every student who gets the average of IC students is automatically granted 500/800
Every student is compared only against the group applying from his school This means that if the students’ average in school X is 90/100, the student who gets a 90 gets a 500/800 on the AUB scale. If IC students get an average of 75 /100 then the IC student who gets a 75 gets a 500/800. Conclusion : a 90 from another school is the same as a 75 from IC.