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At the top write of your card write: DO NOT REMOVE TRANSCRIPT What does your transcript look like? Rank? GPA? Complete the demographic information at the top At the top of your card write: Return Date: _____________
4 English (Eng I, II, III, IV) 4 Math (Alg I, Geometry, Alg II, higher level math) 3 Science (Earth and Environ., Biology, a Physical Science) 3 Social Studies (World, Civics, US History) Additional Science/Social Studies Elective Health / PE 9 8 Electives (2 Foreign Lang/Art/CTE)
4 English (Eng I, II, III, IV) 4 Math (Alg I, Geometry, Alg II, higher level math) 3 Science (Earth and Environ., Biology, a Physical Science) 4 Social Studies (World, Civics, US History I and II) Health / PE 9 8 Electives (2 Foreign Lang/Art/CTE)
9 th 10 th grade: 6 Credits 10 th 11 th grade: 12 credits (must have Algebra, English I and II) 11 th 12 th grade: 18 credits
4 English (I, II, III, IV) 4 Math (Alg I, Geomerty, Alg II, higher level math where Alg II is a pre-requisite) 3 Science (a physics or chemistry, Biology, EES) 4 Social Studies (World, Civics, US History, other) 2 language courses 1 Heath/PE 4 electives credits that create a “concentration” 3 higher level courses taken during 11 th /12 th grade which carry 5 or 6 quality points
A student who receives a 3 or higher on at least 3+ AP exams AND……other AP recognitions listed as well
4 English (I, II, III, IV) 4 Math (Alg I, Geometry, Alg II, one math above Alg II) 4 Science (must include a second level/AP/college- level course) 4 Social Studies (World, Civics, US History, one second level/AP/college-level) 4 language courses (4 of the same, 2 levels of 2 diff) 1 Heath/PE 1 Arts Education 8 Electives Total-30 Credits, overall unweighted GPA=3.5 GPA
Dual Enrollment in classes at BHS and CPCC See Ms. King in the Career Center
Standard…..Honors….AP - p. 5 AP Course Expectations (highly motivated, great work ethic, strong reader…) - Ask your teachers…they can tell you more about the courses in their content area as well as help you make the best selection for YOU!
P. 24 Course Descriptions English I English II English III English IV
P. 28 Course Descriptions Math Sequence: Algebra I Geometry Algebra II Additional Math Class Beyond Algebra II (PreCal, AFM, Discrete, AP Stat, AP Calc, Reg Stat-only if not college bound!)
P. 29 Course Description Earth and Environmental or AP Environmental Biology A Physical Science (Physical Science, Chemistry, or Physics) Optional Electives: Anatomy, Oceanography, Human Anatomy/Physiology Honors, AP Electives
P. 30 Course Descriptions World History Civics and Economics US History I US History II Optional Electives: Sociology, Psychology, Geography, Law & Justice, AP Electives
P. 30 Course Descriptions World History Civics and Economics US History Optional Electives: Sociology, Psychology, Geography, Law & Justice, AP Electives
P. 26 Course Descriptions Spanish, French, Latin, German If you are college bound you MUST take 2 levels of the same language!!
P. 27 Course Descriptions You MUST pass Health/PE 9 in order to graduate!!!! Lots of Additional Electives!
JROTC I, II, III, IV JROTC Lab: leadership skills class, students will work on team building, character education, role modeling, field training, and service learning projects.
P. 20-23 Course Descriptions B eginning I ntermediate P roficient (extra quality point) A dvanced (extra quality point) You must have a signature from the teacher for these courses unless you are taking them for the 1 st time!
P. 32-37 Course Descriptions You are not required to have a concentration….but it’s a GREAT idea! Prepare you for future college/career plans, Work Keys gives national recognition, looks great on your resume, you already have some training to possible jobs See Ms. King or Ms. Lee for details
CIRCLE the Clusters! To earn a concentration for graduation you must: take at least 4 CTE credits in a cluster (at least 3 from foundations courses- one must have a star and a 4 th foundation or enhancement course)
See Ms. Bucci in the Media Center for an application!
You must select 8 TOTAL Courses! You MUST select two 4X4 and two A/B day alternate classes!
You and your parent/guardian must sign this card! Talk to them about your selections! Did you write the return date on the front of your card??? Triumph Learning Program…do you use it? ACT for Juniors March 5 th ! Do your best!
March 17 th, The Park, 12-4pm For more information and to register go to: www.nacanet.org/ncfstudent www.nacanet.org/ncfstudent