Presentation on theme: "Registration Information And Infinite Campus Course Selection Instructions for the Class of 2018 Presented on 1/22 and 1/23."— Presentation transcript:
Registration Information And Infinite Campus Course Selection Instructions for the Class of 2018 Presented on 1/22 and 1/23
A-Go – Mr. Mike Ziroli Gp-O – Mr. Pat King P-Z – Mrs. Jane Bauer
CR/NC and Academic Level Change Forms due by Friday, January 30th for 2 nd semester Annual classes require a CR/NC for both semesters Summer School Registration is 2/9-2/15 and is online at www.lths.net/summerwww.lths.net/summer If you need help logging into IC please stop by the Discovery Center before/after school.
Available on the LT Guidance Counseling webpage under Academic Resources.
Registration worksheets and course selection sheets given to students- 1/22 and 1/23. WORKSHEETS MUST BE COMPLETED AND SIGNED BY PARENT or GUARDIAN and brought to your meeting with your counselor (2/2-2/13) Read the Academic Program Guide (APG), discuss course selections with teachers, counselors, parents/guardians before registration Register in Infinite Campus. IC Portal open from 1/23 4:00pm- 1/28 3:00pm. Requests made in Infinite Campus are not final until your meeting with your counselor (2/2- 2/13). NO class changes after meeting with your counselor.
Access to Infinite Campus (go to the DC for help with access) Course Request Worksheet Course Offerings List (Green Sheet) Conversations with teachers and family about class and level choices Review your 4 yr plan Review Academic Program Guide (available online: www.lths.net)
Required courses will be entered by LT Students will enter codes for requested and alternate courses Prerequisites for courses Course codes for requested courses (Green sheet) Semester preference is not guaranteed for courses, including Study Hall
Course Request Worksheet – begin TODAY! Importance of writing correct codes – take codes from Sophomore course offering (Green Sheet) Fall (1 st Semester) courses end with “6” Spring (2 nd Semester) courses end with “7” You will enter in seven classes per semester (14 course codes total) Plus, fill in 2 course Alternatives
4 Years English 3 Years Math 2 Years Science 1 Year World History 1 Year US History & Constitution Test .5 other Social Studies 3.5 Years PE (pass PE every semester enrolled at LTHS) . 5 Health .5 Driver Ed 1 Year Creative Arts 1 Year Practical Arts .5 Consumer Ed 4.5 Electives Total: 23.0
SubjectIL Public University Requirements Highly Selective College Requirements English4years written & oral communication 4years Honors/AP as appropriate Mathematics3 years through Advanced Alg 4years inlc. Trig/Precalc/AP Social Studies3years4years with Accel/AP Science3years lab sciences prefer Bio/Chem/Physics 4years lab sciences prefer Bio/Chem/Physics/AP Foreign LanguageMinimum 2yrs same language or 2 yrs of fine arts, business, etc) 4 yrs of the same language Fine/Applied ArtsLT’s graduation requirements sufficient See individual college
Freshmen class Sophomore year class English I Prep English II Prep LA 5126/ LA 5127 & English II IPC Accel LA 7256/ LA 7257 Eng I Humanities English II CCI LA 5226/ LA 5227 English I Accel English II Accel LA 7126/ LA 7127 & English II Accel IPC LA 7256/ LA 7257 English I Honors English II Honors LA 8126/ LA 8127 & English II Accel IPC LA 7256/ LA 7257
Freshmen class Sophomore year class Algebra I Prep Geometry PrepMA 5136/7 Algebra I Accel Geometry AccelMA 7146/7 Geometry Accel Adv. Alg. Accel MA 7146/7 Geometry Honors Adv. Alg. Honors MA 8156/7 Advanced Alg w/Trig Pre-Calc Honors MA6356/7
Freshmen class Sophomore year class Biology Accel Chemistry Accel SN 7216/7 Biology Prep Chemistry Prep SN 5616/7 Physical Science Prep Biology Prep SN 5116/7 If currently in Humanities Biology CCI SN 5226/7
One semester you will take HEALTH PE 9046 or PE 9047 One semester you will take SOPHOMORE PE PE 8126 or PE 8127 * cannot guarantee semester
World Language is NOT required for LTHS graduation Pay attention to what colleges require for admission to their university (see academic preparation chart) Pay attention that college graduation requirements may differ from their college admission requirements.
CREATIVE ARTS COURSE SELECTIONS Art Credit Animation.5 Ceramics Beginning.5 Ceramics Intermediate.5 Digital Photo Art.5 Drawing & Painting –Beginning.5 Drawing & Painting –Intermediate.5 Jewelry & Metalsmithing Beg. (Fall).5 Jewelry & Metalsmithing Intermed. (Sp).5 Language Arts Journalism: Journalistic Writing.5 Radio/TV Arts.5 Speech: Speech Arts.5 Theatre: Intro to Theatre.5 Theatre: Acting (Fall).5 LTTV Production (at NC only).5 Music Beginning Folk Guitar.5 Concert Band1.0 Concert Orchestra1.0 Sophomore Mixed Chorus1.0 Wind Ensemble (Audition, 10 th ) 1.0 Symphonic Orchestra (Audition, 10 th ) 1.0 Symphonic Band @ NC (Audition)1.0 Physical Education Dance Studies 1 (SC).5 Dance Studies 2 (SC/NC, Spring).5 PRACTICAL ARTS COURSE SELECTION APPLIED TECHNOLOGY CREDIT Engineering Design.5 Architectural Engineering Design 1.5 Architectural Engineering Design 2.5 Engineering & Invention 1.5 Aviation.5 Careers in Aviation (spring).5 Principles of Aeronautical Science (10 th only).5 Introduction to Furniture Making.5 Furniture/Cabinet Making 11.0 Furniture/Cabinet Making 2 (10 th grade only)1.0 Small Engines/Power.5 Adv. Small Engine Performance.5 Technology Concepts.5 BUSINESS EDUCATION PC Repair Maintenance (A+)1.0 Networking Essentials (NET+) 1.0 Computer Applications (MOS).5 Introduction to Business.5 Keyboarding.5 Programming in Visual Basic.5 Web Development 1.5 Web Development 2.5 FAMILY CAREER & LIFE STUDIES Culinary Arts.5 Advanced Culinary Arts.5 Child Development 1.5 Child Development 2.5 Intro to Family & Consumer Science Careers.5
SOCIAL STUDIES ELECTIVES AT SC Contemporary Issues.5 (Level 3) Economics.5(Level 3) Human Geography.5 (Level 3) Global Relations.5 (Level 4) European History AP1.0 (Level 5) You don’t have to take a Social Studies in your sophomore year, but you will need a Social Studies elective by senior year. Contemporary Issues, Global Relations and Human Geography are NOT offered at NC.
Students born on or before Dec 31, 1999 may register for Driver Ed in summer school 2015 Sign up for summer Driver Ed by calling the Drivers Ed office at 579-6573 Students born on or before Feb 29, 2000 first semester DR 9116 Students born on or after Feb 29, 2000 second semester DR 9117 You may take Driver Ed privately, but you will need to turn in a certificate of completion to LTHS – Driver Ed is a requirement.
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