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Highland High School. INFINITE CAMPUS STUDENT PORTAL  OPENS FOR COURSE SELECTION DATA ENTRY 1/16/2015  CLOSES TO ALL STUDENTS ON 2/1/2015  ALL STUDENTS.

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1 Highland High School

2 INFINITE CAMPUS STUDENT PORTAL  OPENS FOR COURSE SELECTION DATA ENTRY 1/16/2015  CLOSES TO ALL STUDENTS ON 2/1/2015  ALL STUDENTS MUST ENTER COURSE SELECTIONS BY 2/1/2015 February 2-20: Course advisement/verification with your counselor. This time will not be spent entering course requests. If you have not completed your requests, we will select your classes for you. This time is for questions regarding the selections you have made.  Course Request Form due at this time.

3 On the HHS website main page (Course Selection)HHS website find the following:  Course Description Book  Fees  Prerequisites  Course description  What it may count as (ie CTE/Vocational/Fine Art, science, math, computers etc.)  If the class is offered for dual credit  Handouts you received Friday in your 1 st hour class  Special Course Advertisements  Instructions on how to enter your course requests in the Infinite Campus Portal.

4 Credit(s) English4 Math (Algebra II or Algebraic Functions I) 4 Science (Lab Biology) 3 Social Studies3 Physical Education1 Computers½ Electives4 ½ Voc Ed/Fine Arts (any combination) 2 Total Credits Required Must Meet Standard on AIMS Reading, Writing and Math English4 Math (through Pre-Calculus or equivalent) 4 Science3 Social Studies2 Foreign Language (2 years of the same language) 2 Fine Arts1 Total Credits Required16 Gilbert Public Schools Graduation Requirements Arizona University Entrance Requirements 22

5  Pages 3-12: This section of the book contains general information regarding NCAA Eligibility, Dual Enrollment information, Charts for graduation requirements as well as Reference charts for class offerings and what credits each class constitutes (ie computers, economics, etc)  Page 69 provides Pilot Course Information  Page 73 – 75: Online Course Info & Offerings  Page 77 – 85 EVIT Course offerings

6 Computers- (1/2 credit) this credit can be completed through a variety of courses. Some year long classes award computer proficiency credit if the entire year of the course is completed. Consult your course catalog on pages 10 & 11 or look for *This course will meet computer technology proficiency requirements within the course description. Computer in the title does not mean it will meet GPS proficiency (example, computer programming does not count for computers, but rather an elective or CTE credit.) CTE/ Fine Arts - (2 credits) Courses in the following departments that will meet the requirements for CTE credits: Agriculture Education, Business Education, Family and Consumer Sciences, and Industrial Education. Some courses in the following departments will meet the requirements as well: Communication & Media, JROTC, and Special Education. Courses taken at East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT) will also meet this requirement. Please refer to course descriptions for further information. Courses in the following departments will meet the requirements for Fine Arts credits: Fine Arts-Performing, Fine Arts-Visual, and dance courses offered within the Physical Education Department. *Do not forget that one Fine Art credit is required for instate universities.

7  Courses will be offered based upon number of student requests.  Please choose your classes carefully.  Requests for changes are limited, may be denied, and are subject to administrative approval.  If you receive the classes that you have requested, schedule changes prior to school or before the 2 nd semester will not be permitted. (THIS INCLUDES YOUR ALTERNATES AS WELL)

8  English  World Studies  Math  Science  Elective or PE or Computers  Elective (Please note Vocational/Fine Art Requirements)  10 th grade students may not be a student aide. English/World Studies Block

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10 If 4.0 credits of English are required and I have taken.5 and am currently enrolled in.5, how many credits will I need in the next three years? = I need how many more credits to graduate?

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12 EN205A English II MA301 Geometry B EN205B English II SS100A World Studies SS100B World Studies SC115AEarth Science VA101 Art & Design I FL609A Sign Language I SC115B Earth Science FL609B Sign Language I VA102 Art & Design II LM100 Clothing ILM101 Clothing II AG120A Ag. Engineering/Fabrication I AG120AB Ag. Engineering/Fabrication I VA121 Clay I VA122 Clay II XX FL509A Japanese I FL509B Japanese I MA300 Geometry A

13  You will need to have correct course numbers and the correct names entered on your course request form.  Make sure if it is a year long class that you have written A or B after the number. Refer to your handout for correct numbers.  Complete the alternate courses section of the form or counselors will select courses for you in the event of conflicts in scheduling  Remember, these are only requests.

14  If you are hoping to be a student athlete in college, there are many requirements that must be met to qualify through the NCAA Eligibility Clearinghouse.  Requirements have changed for the class of 2016 and beyond. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure she/he is NCAA eligible.  Check out NCAA Eligibility Center for details and information.

15  Students are encouraged to meet with their guidance counselor prior to registering for any correspondence/ distance learning/ on-line classes for approval. Remember we are available during open door lunch!  Please be aware that online, distance learning courses may NOT meet NCAA eligibility requirements.

16  Cost $160 per semester *$25 fee for cancelled or class change requests *$25 late registration fee  June 1st – June 25th at Gilbert High School students must provide their own transportation to summer school.  Registration will begin in March and available online only at

17  Please note that elective changes will NOT be allowed if you receive the elective/alternate classes you have requested. This is true for the entire year! It is imperative that you wisely select your courses.  Keep in mind that you CANNOT request classes be on your schedule during a particular hour.

18 INFINITE CAMPUS STUDENT PORTAL  OPENS FOR COURSE SELECTION DATA ENTRY 1/16/15  CLOSES TO ALL STUDENTS ON 2/1/15 **ALL STUDENTS MUST ENTER COURSE SELECTIONSBY 2/1/15 February 2-20: Course advisement/verification with your counselor. **Course Request Form due at this time.

19 Students will be able to ask questions of counselors during our open door counseling times:  4 th hour: 10:30 – 11:00  5 th hour: 12:00 – 12:30  Before/After School  Problems with Infinite Campus Portal and entering your requests, stop by during open door or before or after school. Remember, you can also use the Library computers if you do not have access at home.  Remember that you will meet with your counselor after you input your course requests for advisement and verification of your requests through your English class.

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