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1 Freshman Advising and Goal Setting Class of 2017

2 COURSES AND CREDITS Courses English Math Science Social Studies World Language Fine Arts Applied Arts Health P.E. Traffic Safety Consumer Ed PSAE TOTAL CREDITS Variable Non Credit Req

3 School Resources Counselor Drop-In Center Deans’ Office Academic Supports: Teachers, TLC, Homework Club, Study Hall, Resource Periods Coaches, Club Sponsors, Case Managers CRC

4 Your Counselor Academic planning Assistance with personal matters Support for four years – your advocate – confidentiality Transition planning - entering and exiting high school (post-high school planning) Letters of recommendation, references for you Office location How to contact us - walk-in, , appointments with Ms. Gomez

5 Balance! School: -courses and their homework expectations -extracurricular activities - sports and clubs Outside responsibilities: -work -family -religious community Friends Personal wellness - good sleep habits, good nutrition, exercise, good mental health

6 HPHS Curriculum Program of Studies Link to enriched four year planning curriculum Power Point Four or five academic classes per year from: English, Math, Social Studies, Science and World Languages Explore our wide range of elective course options Course registration meetings each year in February Sophomore course planning focus

7 English Four year graduation requirement Placements made by teacher Sophomore English – English II plus Reading – English II Honors – English II

8 Math Three year graduation requirement, four years recommended Placements made by teacher Follow math pathway

9 MATHEMATICS Honors College Prep and College Prep Survey *AP Calculus BC *Multivariable Calculus *Pre-Calculus Honors *Algebra II with Trigonometry Honors *AP Calculus AB *AP Statistics Any student who completed these courses with a B- or better is eligible and encouraged to take AP Statistics AP Computer Science Geometry *Algebra II with Trigonometry Geometry Survey Algebra II Discrete Math Algebra I Survey These electives courses have prerequisites. See Program of Studies for course requirements *Pre- Calculus Trigonometry & Related Topics Algebra I Calculus Electives What is diagonal movement?

10 Science Two year graduation requirement, three or four years recommended Placements made by teacher Physics is the most common freshman course Most sophomores take Chemistry, Chemistry Survey or Chemistry Honors

11 Social Studies Two years graduation requirement, one must be US History, three or four years of Social Studies recommended Placements made by teacher for most courses Sophomore Course Options: - World History: Ancient to Modern (college prep or college prep survey) - AP Psychology, AP Economics or AP European History * AP courses are college level * A Social Studies Department meeting is required before course registration * There may be a summer reading expectation

12 World Languages No high school graduation requirement, colleges expect 2-4 years Placements made by teachers HPHS offers Spanish and Spanish for Native Speakers, French, Italian, Chinese and Hebrew Spanish is the only World Language taught at College Prep Survey level Spanish and French have AP courses All courses have honors options beginning with the second year’s course

13 Fine Arts Visual Art Offerings

14 FINE ARTS Performing Arts Course Offerings Stage Design & Technology Full Year or One Semester Tech Theatre I-II Stage Design III-IV Acting Full Year Acting I-II Advanced Theatre Performance One Semester Acting I Acting II Acting III Directing Film Making Full Year Film Making I-II One Semester Film Making I Dance Full Year Dance I Dance II Dance III Dance IV SEE PROGRAM OF STUDIES FOR HONORS OPTIONS Music Full Year Concert Band Guitar I-II Wind Ensemble Wind Symphony Jazz Lab Jazz Ensemble Concert Orchestra Symphony Orchestra Chamber Orchestra Concert Choir Treble Ensemble Chorale Swing Choir Music Theory A.P. Music Theory One Semester Digital Music Production

15 APPLIED ARTS One Semester Graphic Design II (2 nd semester) Advanced Graphic Design IV Full Year 3D Animation I 3D Animation II 3D Animation III 3D Animation IV Intro to Engineering Design I (H) Principles of Engineering Design II (H) Design TechnologyFamily and Consumer Sciences One Semester Pre-School Lab: Intro to Teaching Child Development Creative Cuisine Fashion and Interior Design Individual and Career Development* Personal Living* Family Living* Full Year Accounting Honors* Intro to Business* One Semester Business Law* Entrepreneurship Marketing for Sports and Entertainment Management/Leadership Computer App / Keyboarding Work Partnership Program Business *Meets Consumer Ed Requirement SEE PROGRAM OF STUDIES FOR HONORS OPTIONS

16 CONSUMER EDUCATION Students at HPHS can meet this state requirement by earning credit in any of the following courses: Freshman / Sophomore Courses: Introduction to Business Individual and Career Development Economics Junior/ Senior Courses: Personal Living or Family Living (seniors only) Consumer Economics (summer school only) Work Partnership Program TPI Lifeskills Business Math Fundamentals AP Economics (seniors only) Economics Business Law Accounting Honors

17 TECH CAMPUS HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAMS Certified Nurse Assisting Criminal Justice Cosmetology Culinary Arts Early Childhood Education Emergency Medical Services Fire Fighting Medical Assisting COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAMS Digital Video Production Game/Java/C++ Programming Graphic/Web Design Photographic Design Students must apply for this program. Available programs include: TRANSPORTATION PROGRAMS Automotive Service Collision Repair MANUFACTURING/INDUSTRIAL PROGRAMS Building Trades Computer Networking Computer Support Services Photonics Welding/Fabrication

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