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2 Angela Behr Sara Ciofrone Jane Axman Amada DonniniAnthony Jimenez Sophia Morisi Wayne Abenes Coordinator of Guidance

3 Denise FasanoKaren Feil Jessica Rodriguez-Sears Georgina Stella Rommel Archaga Wayne Abenes Coordinator of Guidance Antoinette Shervington Christine Burrows

4 Brentwood HS Counseling Center Services 1.Annual review of each student’s educational progress and course selection 2.Help students learn about various careers and career planning 3.Help develop students personal and social growth 4.Provide counseling for students who exhibit any attendance, academic, behavioral or adjustment problems

5 Sophomore Expectations Get to know your counselor and let your counselor get to know you ! Become part of the school community Join extra-curricular activities (Sports, Clubs, Volunteer) All 10 th grade students take the PSAT/NMSQT on October 13 th, as a practice. (Paid by the Brentwood School District) Begin thinking about your post secondary education and career plans.

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7 Sophomore Expectations Attend the College Fair (October 27th) to broaden your awareness of possibilities after high school and to learn about what it takes to get into selective colleges. Research career areas related to your interests by using the resource materials on Naviance. Do as well as you can in your academics. Consider taking the SAT, SAT II (Biology, Chemistry, Math Level I) in June.

8 How do we improve student success? Positive, open communication between students, parents and school Good attendance and study habits Set goals and have a plan of action Take responsibility and ownership in all your decisions

9 GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS COURSES CREDITS – ENGLISH 4 – SOCIAL STUDIES4 – MATH 3 – SCIENCE 3 – HEALTH.5 – ART or MUSIC 1 – WORLD LANGUAGE (L.O.T.E.)1 – PHYSICAL EDUCATION 4 yrs.2 – ELECTIVES 3.5 TOTAL UNITS 22

10 – ENGLISH 11 REGENTS – MATH REGENTS – GLOBAL HIST.& GEO REGENTS – U.S. HISTORY & GOVT. REGENTS – SCIENCE REGENTS – ENGLISH 11 REGENTS – INTEGRATED ALGEBRA REGENTS – INTEGRATED GEOMETRY REGENTS - INTEGRATED ALGEBRA II &TRIGONOMETRY – GLOBAL HISTORY& GEO. REGENTS – U.S. HISTORY & GOVT. REGENTS – 2 SCIENCE REGENTS – WORLD LANGUAGE REGENTS

11  PSAT – October of the Sophomore Year-BOE SPONSORED PSAT/NMSQT : National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test  SAT – Spring of the Junior Year-Critical Reasoning, Math and Writing SAT SUBJECT TESTS – Typically after finishing the highest level of preparation for particular subject  ACT – Skill Areas: English, Math, Reading, Science and Suggested Writing Spring of the Junior Year  How to prepare? READ…READ…READ!  Free Practice and Vocabulary   Method Test Prep

12 Typical 10th Grade Schedule 1. English I0 2. College Prep Writing / Health 3. Math 4. Global Studies II 5. Science 6. Science Lab / Phys. Ed. 7. World Language 8. Elective: Art, Music, Business, Lang., Etc. 9. Lunch

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14 This transcript represents a typical 10 th graders completed course work.

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20 Welcome to the Brentwood High School and Good luck!


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