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2014/2015 Sophomore Fall Workshop. AGENDA  Graduation requirements  Diploma Designations  Dual Enrollment  SAT changes.

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1 2014/2015 Sophomore Fall Workshop

2 AGENDA  Graduation requirements  Diploma Designations  Dual Enrollment  SAT changes

3 2.0 minimum unweighted grade point average 24 credits  4 – English  4 – Math (MUST include Alg. I & Geometry)  3 – Social Studies (World History, Am. History, Am. Gov’t, Economics)  3 – Science (MUST include Biology)  1 - HOPE  1 – Fine/Performing Arts (some Practical/Vocational Arts credits fulfill this requirement)  8 – Electives  1 Course must be taken online  Meet ALL testing requirements High School Diploma Graduation 24 Credit Requirements

4 2.0 minimum unweighted grade point average 18 credits  4 – English  4 – Math (MUST include Alg. I & Geometry)  3 – Social Studies (World History, Am. History, Am. Gov’t, Economics)  3 – Science (MUST include Biology)  1 – Fine/Performing Arts (some Practical/Vocational Arts credits fulfill this requirement)  3 – Electives  Meet ALL testing requirements High School Diploma Graduation 18 ACCEL Credit Requirements

5  Passing score on the FSA (Florida State Assessment) ELA (English Language Arts) * Passing Score & Concordant scores have not been posted.  Passing score on Alg I EOC of 399+ * Concordant scores that can be used: PERT 97 High School Diploma Graduation Testing Requirements

6 Scholar Diploma Designation In addition to meeting the 24 credit standard high school diploma requirements, a student must: *Earn 1 credit in Alg II & Pass the Alg II EOC *Earn 1 credit in Statistics or an equally rigorous math course *Pass the Biology I EOC *Earn credit in Chemistry or Physics *Earn credit in a course equally rigorous to Chemistry or Physics *Pass the US History EOC *Earn 2 credits in the same World/Foreign Language *Earn at least 1 credit in an AP, IB, AICE or Dual Enrollment course. *A student is exempt from the Biology I or US History assessment if the student is enrolled in an AP, IB or AICE Biology I or US History course and the student takes the AP, IB or AICE assessment AND earns the minimum score to earn college credit. High School Diploma Designations

7 Merit Diploma Designation In addition to meeting the 24 credit standard high school diploma requirements, a student must: *Attain one or more industry certifications from the established list. Mt. Dora High School offers: Culinary Arts Digital Design Drafting Agriculture Science Health Science High School Diploma Designations

8 LSSC DUAL ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS  11 th Grade  3.0 or higher Unweighted GPA  Passing test scores in 3 sections: Reading, Writing & Math (Combining different sections is permitted)  PERT READING 106+  PERT WRITING 103+  PERT MATH 114+  ACT READING 19+  ACT WRITING 17+  ACT MATH19+  SAT READING 440+ (COVERS WRITING SCORE AS WELL)  SAT MATH 440+  Gr 10 FCAT (Covers Reading & Writing)

9 THE NEW SAT New SAT is set to launch Spring 2016!  The new SAT is centered on 8 Key changes: 1. Relevant words in context. 2. Command of evidence. 3. Essay analyzing a source. 4. Focus on math that matters most. 5. Problems grounded in real-world contexts. 6. Analysis in science and in history/social science. 7. Founding documents and great global conversations. 8. No penalty for wrong answers. Visit https://www.collegeboard.org/delivering-opportunity/sat/redesign for more information on what’s new for the SAT. https://www.collegeboard.org/delivering-opportunity/sat/redesign


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