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1 Welcome to Goodland High School Pre-Enrollment

2 USD 352 Graduation Requirements 4 credits English 3 credits Math 3 credits Science 3 credits Social Studies 1 credit PE/Health 1 credit Computer Technology 1 credit Fine Arts 8 Electives = 24 Total Credits

3 English  Graduation requirements - 4 credits Freshman = English I Sophomore = English II Junior = English III  12th - English IV or  Composition I & Composition II (College English 101 and 102)  Dual Credit Option

4 Math Graduation requirements - 3 credits Course placement is based on assessments past performance teacher recommendation Course placement is based on assessments past performance teacher recommendation

5 Math Graduation requirements - 3 credits Math Matters I (Instructor Permission) Algebra I Algebra II Geometry Applied Math I Advanced Math Courses: Pre-Calculus / Trigonometry (College Algebra - dual credit option) Calculus (senior level) - dual credit option Math Matters I (Instructor Permission) Algebra I Algebra II Geometry Applied Math I Advanced Math Courses: Pre-Calculus / Trigonometry (College Algebra - dual credit option) Calculus (senior level) - dual credit option

6 ~~~ Trig/Pre-Calc ACT scores required: 22 on math & 18 on reading Compass scores required: 50 on Math 69 on reading ~~~ English Comp I & II ACT scores required: 18 on English and 18 on reading Compass scores required: Writing 55 & Reading 69 If scores are not high enough on the ACT, students may take the Compass Test (can take only twice) Begin taking the ACT in April or June of your Sophomore year. ACT Requirements for Dual Credit Classes

7 Science 3 credits required for graduation  Earth Science I (EPSCI)  EPSCI II  Biology I  Biology II  Chemistry I  Chemistry II (dual credit)  Physics (KBOR Scholar)  Senior Biology (dual credit - pending enrollment #’s)  Earth Science I (EPSCI)  EPSCI II  Biology I  Biology II  Chemistry I  Chemistry II (dual credit)  Physics (KBOR Scholar)  Senior Biology (dual credit - pending enrollment #’s)

8 PE/Health  PE/Health ~ required course ~Probably was taken your Freshman year  Elective PE Courses  Advanced PE  Lifetime Weightlifting  Strength Training  Body Toning  Zero Hour Weightlifting (.5 credit)  PE/Health ~ required course ~Probably was taken your Freshman year  Elective PE Courses  Advanced PE  Lifetime Weightlifting  Strength Training  Body Toning  Zero Hour Weightlifting (.5 credit)

9 Computer Technology 1 Credit Required (QPA) Courses that qualify at GHS (alphabetical order) Accounting I Architectural Design Computer Applications (basic) Computer Graphics Drafting CAD Graphic Design Integrated Marketing Applications Newspaper Web Page Design Yearbook

10 Social Studies 3 credits required for graduation Social Studies Requirements: 1 credit of Social Studies -- World History **Highly recommended ( Freshman or Sophomore) 1 credit American History ( Sophomore or Junior ).5 credits American Government ( Junior or Senior ).5 Credit of the following electives: World Geography, Psychology, Sociology, Current Social Issues, or Business Economics

11 Fine Arts 1 Credit of Art or Music Required for Graduation Art classes –Art I –Graphic Design –Computer Graphics –Advanced Art –Advanced Placement Art

12 Fine Arts 1 Credit of Art or Music Required for Graduation Music classes –Music Appreciation –Music Theory –Instrumental Music Band Jazz Band (Zero credit) –Vocal Music Black & Gold Choir Mixed Chorale X-Pressos

13 ELECTIVES Spanish Spanish I Spanish II Spanish III Spanish IV FOREIGN LANGUAGES

14 Electives LANGUAGE ARTS Yearbook - by application (Sophomore,Junior,Senior) Newspaper Production

15 Electives Marketing Management –Business Essentials –Entrepreneurship –Marketing I –Sports & Entertainment Marketing –Business Economics –Accounting –Marketing Management

16 Electives Marketing Communications –Business Essentials –Entrepreneurship –Marketing I –Sports & Entertainment Marketing –Business Economics –Graphic Design –Computer Graphics –Web Page Design –Marketing Communications –Integrated Marketing Applications

17 Electives Applied Technology Classes Introduction to Industrial Technology –General Drafting –Drafting CAD –Architectural Design –Advanced Studies in Architecture –Interior Design IIB –Cabinet Making I –Cabinet Making II –Cabinet Making III

18 Electives FACS Classes Consumer Services Pathway –Introduction to Human Services –Career and Life Planning –Consumer Education –Entrepreneurship –Marketing –Career and Community Connections

19 Electives FACS Classes Family & Community Sciences Pathways –Career and Life Planning –Nutrition & Wellness –Nutrition & Culinary Arts –Parenting & Child Development –Early Childhood & Creative Activities –Financial Fitness I –Financial Fitness II –Marriage & Family –Interior & Fashion Design –Youth & Community Leadership –Career & Community Connections.

20 3 Ways of Gaining Admission to a Regents University Achieve ACT composite of 21 or above Rank in top 1/3 of high school’s graduating class Complete Qualified Admissions Pre- college curriculum with a 2.0 GPA (KS school)

21 Kansas Board of Regents Qualified Admissions for College English - 4 credits Science - 3 credits Math - 3 credits (Through Academic School Year) Beginning Academic School Yr 3 credits Algebra I & above + 22 ACT in Math OR 4 credits Algebra I & above Courses taken in JH do fulfill the math requirement Social Sciences - 3 credits Foreign Language ~ recommended, not required

22 Kansas Board of Regents Scholars Curriculum 4 English 3 Science - Biology, Chemistry, & Physics 4th year recommended 4 Math - Algebra I*, Geometry, Algebra II + Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus or Calculus 3 Social Studies 2 Foreign Language (same language) *Algebra taken in 8th Grade is accepted

23 Career Pathways  Interest Inventory  Skills Inventory  Plan of Coursework  Website  Interest Inventory  Skills Inventory  Plan of Coursework  Website wwwkansascareerpipeline.org.

24 Northwest Kansas Technical College Goodland High School Options  Part-time Junior & Senior years  Part-time Senior year  Full-time Senior year Interested? Contact the counselor ~ Mrs. Farris - Partida (Nancy) or Mrs. Gregory  Part-time Junior & Senior years  Part-time Senior year  Full-time Senior year Interested? Contact the counselor ~ Mrs. Farris - Partida (Nancy) or Mrs. Gregory

25 Transcript & Credit Check Mailed to parents of all current 9th, 10th, 11th Grade Students at GHS

26 Web Sites USD 352 Goodland District Website: –http://www.usd352.orghttp://www.usd352.org Goodland High School tab –School Information »Enrollment Information PowerSchool: –Green button on right side of district website or –http://powerschool.usd352.k12.ks.ushttp://powerschool.usd352.k12.ks.us Calendar –First button on right side of district website or –http://www.highschoolsports.net

27 To Enroll:  Log on to PowerSchool  Go to ‘Class Registration’  Choose classes from drop-down menus Fill in 7 Classes Must choose 1 Alternate class “Submit”


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