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1 Jason W. Weeks, Principal Daniel Brothers, Asst. Principal Daniel Brothers, Asst. Principal Becky Brown, Asst. Principal Becky Brown, Asst. Principal Jon Watts, Asst. Principal Jon Watts, Asst. Principal

2 Guidance Counselors A-C– Mrs. Bortone A-C– Mrs. Bortone D-J – Mrs. Miller D-J – Mrs. Miller K-Q – Mrs. Edwins K-Q – Mrs. Edwins R-Z – Mrs. Turner R-Z – Mrs. Turneremail…email…email… GBHS Website – Guidance

3 School Profile GBHS employs: 1 Principal 3 Assistant Principals 1 Dean 4 Guidance Counselors 65 Teachers Current Enrollment: 1486 students Class of 2013: 334 Class of 2013: Mean ACT scores: 22.9 (Mean National=19.6) Mean SAT scores: 1190 (R + M) (Mean National=1120) Percent who earned Bright Futures Scholarships: 50% Total Amount of Scholarships Awarded: $12,706,082 Curriculum includes over 35 Honors, Advanced Placement, and Dual Enrollment Courses. Approximately 389 students took 524 AP exams in May, 2013…of these students over 66% scored a 3, 4, or 5.

4 Academic Clubs National Honor Society Mu Alpha Theta Science Olympiad Rho Kappa National Art Honor Society Tri-Music Honor Society Spanish Honor Society French Honor Society Latin Honor Society Quill & Scrolls Kitty Hawk Air Society International Thespian National Technical Honor Society HOSA SkillsUSA Interest Clubs ABC Club FCA SADD AFJROTC Art ClubDrama DCT Club First Priority French Club Spanish Club Latin ClubPolice Explorers Book ClubFBLA Service Clubs Jr. OptimistHonor GuardInteract Student CouncilSWATKey Club

5 FootballGolf-Boys/Girls BaseballSoccer-Boys/Girls SoftballSwimming-Boys/Girls Basketball-Boys/GirlsTennis-Boys/Girls Cheerleading-Boys/GirlsTrack-Boys/Girls Cross Country-Boys/GirlsVolleyball-Girls Weightlifting-Boys/GirlsWrestling-Boys/Girls Dance Team-GirlsLaCrosse – Boys/Girls Must have physical form on file in order to attend tryouts or practices of any kind. The Andrews Institute is offering free sports physicals on June 14 th !

6 Graduation Requirements

7 24 Total Credits: 4 English Credits 4 English Credits 3 Science Credits 3 Science Credits –Required--Biology, Physical Science 3 Social Studies Credits 3 Social Studies Credits –1 World History, 1 US History and US Government/Economics with Financial Literacy 4 Math Credits 4 Math Credits –Required-Algebra 1, Geometry 1 Practical/Performing Fine Arts Credit 1 Practical/Performing Fine Arts Credit 1 H.O.P.E. Credit (Physical Education) 1 H.O.P.E. Credit (Physical Education) 1 online course (Computers for College & Careers/Honors) 1 online course (Computers for College & Careers/Honors) Electives to total 24 credits Electives to total 24 credits 2.0 Cumulative GPA (4.0 scale)

8 State Assessment Requirements Passing score on Grade 10 Reading Assessment (Level 3) Passing score on Grade 10 Reading Assessment (Level 3) Passing score on Algebra I EOC (Level 3) Passing score on Algebra I EOC (Level 3)

9 Dolphins Achieving Success in High School Orientation TBA in August Orientation TBA in August Academic Monitoring Academic Monitoring Club Rush Club Rush Tutoring Tutoring Credit Recovery Credit Recovery

10 MATH Tori Cartee, Department Chair

11 Algebra I-A Algebra I-A -D/F in 8 th Grade Prealgebra -D/F in 8 th Grade Prealgebra Algebra I Algebra I –A/B/C in 8 th Grade Prealgebra –C or D in Algebra I Geometry Geometry –A/B/C in Algebra I Geometry Honors Geometry Honors –94 in Algebra I –90 in Algebra I Honors MATH

12 English Lori Weickert, Department Chair

13 ENGLISH English I English I English I Honors English I Honors - 94 in Language Arts or 90 in Advanced -required summer reading Newspaper or Yearbook (Elective, Application Required) Newspaper or Yearbook (Elective, Application Required) Intensive Reading (Level 1, 2 FCAT) Intensive Reading (Level 1, 2 FCAT) - Elective Credit - Elective Credit

14 Science Jason Olson, Department Chair

15 SCIENCE Biology I Biology I Biology Honors Biology Honors –94 – 8 th Grade Science –90 – Advanced Science

16 Social Studies Amy Parker, Department Chair

17 No History requirement for 9 th grade Option: AP World History AP World History - 94 in 8 th grade US History -94 in Adv. Language Arts -94 in Adv. Language Arts SOCIAL STUDIES

18 FINE ART Kelly Strozier, Department Chair

19 FINE ART Art 1 (Introduction to Art) Art 1 (Introduction to Art) Theatre I Theatre I Technical Theatre I (Set Design) Technical Theatre I (Set Design) Dance/Choreography/Performance Dance/Choreography/Performance Theatre Improvisation I Theatre Improvisation I

20 FINE ART Band Band Jazz/Ensemble Jazz/Ensemble Color Guard Color Guard Electronic Music Electronic Music

21 TECHNOLOGY Heather Renfroe, Department Chair

22 TECHNOLOGY Computing for College and Careers/Hon Computing for College and Careers/Hon –Counts as Fine Art requirement for graduation –Meets online course requirement - Honors – 3.0 GPA (B or higher in 8 th grade Algebra I or Algebra I Honors) Photoshop/Digital Design I Photoshop/Digital Design I - Counts as Fine Art Requirement/elective for graduation - Next course in the Multimedia Academy sequence - Can be taken in conjunction with Comp. Coll. Careers

23 PHYSICAL EDUCATION Chrissie Marcilliat, Department Chair

24 PHYSICAL EDUCATION H.O.P.E. H.O.P.E. –(Health Opportunity Physical Education) –Required for graduation

25 Foreign Language Pierce Taylor, Department Chair

26 FOREIGN LANGUAGE French I French I –85 in Language Arts/80 Advanced Spanish I Spanish I –85 in Language Arts/80 Advanced Latin I Latin I –90 in Language Arts/85 Advanced –Limited spaces available

27 AFJROTC Lt Col David Landfair, Department Chair

28 - No Military Commitment - HOPE & Fine Arts Credit after 2 years - Uniforms are free Field Trips o Sign up for AFJROTC o & o Drill and Ceremonies (if you want to be on the Drill Team)

29 “Leadership Is About Others, Not Ourselves” Join JROTC and Become A Leader

30 D olphins A chieving S uccess in H igh School

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32 What are Medical Academies? Designed for students wishing to pursue careers in the medical/health field. Students explore the dynamic health care industry in classroom, lab, & clinical experiences. Students take specific “tracking” courses to prepare for college or post high school employment. Job shadowing, projects, guest speakers, & field trips enhance these programs.

33 Program Sequence This is a 4 yr program. Once selected, students will take 4 courses 25 incoming freshmen will be selected and will take Medical Skills & Services

34 Sophomore year, they will take - Health Science I/Anat & Phys Junior year-Health Science II Senior year– Nursing Asst. 3 and/or directed study, and clinical rotations Allied Health & Pharmacy Tech rotations may also be in place Students may also take dual enrollment courses at PSC

35 Certified Nursing Assistant This course prepares students for employment in a health care facility upon graduation. It requires a minimum of 40 clinical experiences in the health care field at Gulf Breeze Hospital & Bay Breeze Retirement Center. Upon completion, students will be eligible to take the national nursing assistant examination (CNA) for certification.

36 Selection Criteria for Academy Minimum 3.0 GPA in 8 th grade core classes Have at least a level 3 on FCAT Reading Complete and return the application packet by deadline - May 12, 2014 (in guidance office or online) Have a genuine interest in the health-care field Make a commitment to participate in hospital clinicals and complete the program

37 Be a highly motivated, independent, reliable student Have excellent attendance and conduct Provide proof of immunizations Become a HOSA member and participate fully in all HOSA activities Pay expenses associated with HOSA (such as dues and competitions) and purchase scrubs

38 Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) This is a student organization that promotes career opportunities in health care There will be leadership conferences and competitions in fall and spring Competitions include district, state, and national levels

39 Your application will include 1.Student information 2.Parent information 3.Participation intent form 4. Goal statement 5.Immunization record 6.3 rd nine weeks report card 7. Three teacher recommendations

40 Students accepted into the academy  Will maintain excellent grades and attendance  Receive no referrals  Sign a contract  Participate in HOSA including fundraisers

41 The GBHS Academy of Multimedia Design & Technology consists of a curriculum with opportunities to partner with community colleges, universities and local businesses in the field of Digital Design and/or Multimedia. The program is tightly aligned with relevant academic, employment, and workplace standards.

42  Computing for College & Careers  Photoshop  iPads, Apps, & Animation  FREE field trips  Scholarships available!  Fun & exciting!  You can take Photoshop as a Freshman!

43  Exciting and fun!  23” LED HDMI Monitors  Razor Headphones  Backlit Keyboards  Explore 3-D!  Learn Animation, Photoshop & Make Movies!  No application, no fees, & no fundraisers!  Free Field Trips All classes count as your fine arts credit or electives!

44 Need a fine arts credit? This is one of 3 classes needed for the Bright Futures Gold Seal Scholarship DIGITAL DESIGN I Take this class and be a part Of the Multimedia Academy! No application needed! Get Adobe Certified!

45 Want Honors/AP Credit? iPads, Apps, & Animation is WEIGHTED! Sign up for the class iPads, Apps, & Animation (Digital Design II) Have fun creating your own digital designs, creating Flash animations, awesome GRAPHICS and more! Learn Mobile App creation & usage! Get your Adobe Certification in Flash Animation and/or PHOTOSHOP! It’s fun & free! Surf the Internet….EVERYDAY!

46 Registration Dates: May 2 – WBM May 5 – GBM


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