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1 WELCOME TO JASPER HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 2018

2 It is important to understand that the information in the Course Description Booklet is the most accurate and up-to-date information available at the time. As course offerings, Department of Education mandates, and curricular updates occur information in this document may become outdated. The most current version of the Course Description Booklet is posted on the Jasper High School Website. The on-line version of the Course Description Booklet takes precedent over any older published versions.

3 Choices Are you ready for all of the choices that you have to make? The things you do in high school will determine the things you can do after high school. The things you do in high school will determine the things you can do after high school. College 2yr. or 4yr. College 2yr. or 4yr. Technical School Technical School Military Military Workforce Workforce

4 Basic Preparation Meet ECA requirements in English 10 and Algebra I Meet ECA requirements in English 10 and Algebra I Earn a diploma Earn a diploma Core 40 diploma Core 40 diploma Core 40 with Academic Honors diploma Core 40 with Academic Honors diploma Core 40 with Technical Honors diploma Core 40 with Technical Honors diploma

5 GQE Requirements Meet ECA standards in Algebra I and English 10 Meet ECA standards in Algebra I and English 10 Waiver Waiver Retest at least once a year Retest at least once a year Complete all remediation provided by school Complete all remediation provided by school Maintain 95% attendance rate Maintain 95% attendance rate Achieve a C- average (1.5 GPA) in the 34 credits specifically required for graduation Achieve a C- average (1.5 GPA) in the 34 credits specifically required for graduation Complete all graduation requirements Complete all graduation requirements Complete requirements for “Evidence-based” waiver or “Work-readiness” waiver Complete requirements for “Evidence-based” waiver or “Work-readiness” waiver

6 Core 40 Diploma English8 credits Eng 9, 10, 11 and a senior English course Mathematics6 credits Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II Social Studies6 credits World History (full year) US History (full year) Government & Econ (1 semester each) Science6 credits Must include: Biology 1, and ICP, or Chemistry, or Physics, and one other science course Health1 credit 1 semester(May count first 2 PLTW BioMed courses for Health credit) PE2 credits 2 semesters Directed Electives5 credits In any combination selected from World Languages, Fine Arts & Career/Technical Local Graduation Requirement 1 credit Students need to complete 1 semester of Preparation for College and Careers Electives6 credits Total Credits 40 credits Foreign language is not required but recommended

7 Core 40 with Academic Honors Diploma English8 credits English 9, 10, 11 and a senior English course Mathematics8 credits Must include:Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, And 2 credits from the following:Trigonometry, Probability and Statistics, Pre-calculus/Trigonometry Social Studies6 credits World History (full year) US History (full year) Government & Econ (1 semester each) Science6 credits Must include: Biology I, and ICP, or Chemistry, or Physics, And one other science course Health1 credit 1 semester(May count first 2 PLTW BioMed courses for Health credit) PE2 credits 2 semesters World Languages 6 or 8 credits 3 years (6 credits) of one language OR 2 years (4 credits) of two different languages Fine Arts2 credits 2 semesters of visual art, instrumental music, vocal music or theatre arts Local Graduation Requirement 1 credit Students need to complete 1 semester of Preparation for College and Careers Total Credits47 credits *Must have GPA of 3.0 by end of senior year *No semester grade below C- in the 47 required credits

8 Additional considerations for Academic Honors Diploma: Must complete ONE of the following: 4 AP credits and corresponding AP exams –OR- Dual HS/college courses resulting in 6 college credits from the DOE Dual Credit Priority Course list –OR- 2 AP credits and corresponding AP exam and a dual HS/college course resulting in 3 college credits –OR or higher on SAT(3 sections, no score less than 530 on any section –OR- ACT composite of 26 or above, must include writing

9 Indiana Department of Education Guidance Document for Priority Dual Credit Courses Jasper High School CourseCredit HoursUniversity Agreement Jasper High School CourseCredit HoursUniversity Agreement Automotive Services Technology I and II 12Ivy Tech Automotive Services Technology I and II 12Ivy Tech Early Childhood 6Ivy Tech Early Childhood 6Ivy Tech Principles of Business Management 3Ivy Tech Principles of Business Management 3Ivy Tech Computer Integrated Man.-PLTW3Ivy Tech Computer Integrated Man.-PLTW3Ivy Tech Digital Electronics-PLTW3Ivy Tech Digital Electronics-PLTW3Ivy Tech Engineering Design and Development-PLTW 3Ivy Tech Engineering Design and Development-PLTW 3Ivy Tech Intro. To Engineering Design-PLTW3Ivy Tech Intro. To Engineering Design-PLTW3Ivy Tech Principles of Engineering-PLTW3Ivy Tech Principles of Engineering-PLTW3Ivy Tech Welding Technology I and II15Ivy Tech Welding Technology I and II15Ivy Tech Precision Machine Technology18Vincennes University Precision Machine Technology18Vincennes University HOSA (Medical Terminology)3Vincennes University HOSA (Medical Terminology)3Vincennes University Criminal Justice6Vincennes University Criminal Justice6Vincennes University Human Body Systems-PLTW3Missouri S&T Human Body Systems-PLTW3Missouri S&T Medical Interventions-PLTW3Missouri S&T Medical Interventions-PLTW3Missouri S&T Principles of Bio. Med.-PLTW3Missouri S&T Principles of Bio. Med.-PLTW3Missouri S&T Anatomy and Physiology (Adv. Science A&P) 6Oakland City University Anatomy and Physiology (Adv. Science A&P) 6Oakland City University AP Government3Oakland City University AP Government3Oakland City University US History Honors6Oakland City University US History Honors6Oakland City University Economics Honors3Oakland City University Economics Honors3Oakland City University Psychology3Oakland City University Psychology3Oakland City University Spanish 44Oakland City University Spanish 44Oakland City University German 44Oakland City University German 44Oakland City University French 44Oakland City University French 44Oakland City University English Literature3Oakland City University English Literature3Oakland City University Adv. Speech and Comm.3Oakland City University Adv. Speech and Comm.3Oakland City University

10 Core 40 with Technical Honors Diploma English 8 credits English 9, 10, 11 and a senior English course Mathematics 6 credits Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II Social Studies 6 credits World History (full year) US History (full year) Government & Econ (1 semester each) Science 6 credits Must include: Biology I, and ICP, or Chemistry, or Physics, And one other science course Health 1 credit 1 semester(May count first 2 PLTW BioMed courses for Health credit) PE 2 credits 2 semesters Local Grad. Req. 1 credit Students need to complete 1 semester of Preparation for College and Careers Electives 13 credits Complete a career-technical program of 8-10 high school credits Total Credits 47 credits *Must have GPA of 3.0 by end of senior year *No semester grade below C- in the 47 required credits

11 Additional requirements for Core 40 with Technical Honors For the Core 40 with Technical Honors diploma, students must: For the Core 40 with Technical Honors diploma, students must: Complete all requirements for Core 40. Complete all requirements for Core 40. Earn 6 credits in the college and career preparation courses in a state-approved College & Career Pathway and one of the following: Earn 6 credits in the college and career preparation courses in a state-approved College & Career Pathway and one of the following: 1. State approved industry recognized certification or credential, or 1. State approved industry recognized certification or credential, or 2. Pathway dual credits from the approved dual credit list resulting in 6 transcripted college credits. 2. Pathway dual credits from the approved dual credit list resulting in 6 transcripted college credits. Complete one of the following, Complete one of the following, AP credits and corresponding AP exams –OR- Dual HS/college courses resulting in 6 college credits from the DOE Dual Credit Priority Course list –OR- 2 AP credits and corresponding AP exam and a dual HS/college course resulting in 3 college credits –OR or higher on SAT(3 sections, no score less than 530 on any section –OR- ACT composite of 26 or above, must include writing 2. Earn the following minimum score(s) on Accuplacer: Writing 80, Reading 90, Math Earn the following minimum score(s) on Accuplacer: Writing 80, Reading 90, Math 75.

12 General Diploma Beginning with students who enter high school in , completion of Core 40 becomes a graduation requirement. A general diploma is only available to students whose parents feel students are unable to complete the Core 40 curriculum. To graduate with less than Core 40, a formal Opt-out process must be completed. Beginning in fall 2011, Core 40 will be an admissions requirement to attend a public four-year university in Indiana (Core 40 is a minimum requirement – colleges may have additional admissions requirements).

13 Core 40 Opt-Out Triggers A parent may request that a student be exempted from the Core 40 curriculum and be required to complete the general diploma to graduate, or A parent may request that a student be exempted from the Core 40 curriculum and be required to complete the general diploma to graduate, or The student does not pass at least three (3) courses required under the Core 40 curriculum, or The student does not pass at least three (3) courses required under the Core 40 curriculum, or The student receives a score on the graduation examination that is in the twenty-fifth percentile or lower when taking the graduation exam for the first time. The student receives a score on the graduation examination that is in the twenty-fifth percentile or lower when taking the graduation exam for the first time. ***If the decision is made to opt-out of Core 40, the student is required to complete the course/credit requirements for a general diploma and the career/academic sequence the student will pursue is determined.

14 Core 40 Opt-Out Process The student, the student’s parent/guardian, and the student’s counselor meet to discuss the student’s progress. The student, the student’s parent/guardian, and the student’s counselor meet to discuss the student’s progress. The student’s career/course plan is reviewed. The student’s career/course plan is reviewed. The student’s parent/guardian determines whether the student will achieve greater educational benefits by completing the general curriculum or the Core 40 curriculum. The student’s parent/guardian determines whether the student will achieve greater educational benefits by completing the general curriculum or the Core 40 curriculum.

15 General Diploma English8 credits Eng 9, 10, 11 and a senior English course Mathematics6 credits Must include 2 credits in Algebra I Social Studies6 credits World History (full year) US History (full year) Government & Econ (1 semester each) Science6 credits Biology I and two more science courses Health1 credit 1 semester PE2 credits 2 semesters Career Academic Sequence 6 credits Electives selected to take advantage of career exploration Local Graduation Requirement 1 credit Students need to complete 1 semester of Preparation for College and Careers Electives5 credits Any combination of courses Total Credits40 credits

16 A Change from Middle School At the end of a semester, if you complete courses with a passing grade of D- or better, you earn one credit in each of those courses. At the end of a semester, if you complete courses with a passing grade of D- or better, you earn one credit in each of those courses. If you fail a required course - you must repeat each semester of all required classes until you earn the credit. If you fail a required course - you must repeat each semester of all required classes until you earn the credit.

17 COURSE RETAKE/GRADE REPLACEMENT A grade retake/replacement occurs when a student retakes a class that he/she has already taken to hopefully receive a better grade. A student who receives below a C- on a course may retake that course for credit. The second grade earned will replace the original grade—no matter what the grade—and shall count for grade point average and class rank. The original grade will remain on the transcript with the credit for that class being transferred to the second class. A student may take advantage of this option up to two times in his/her high school career. This would allow a student trying to earn an Indiana Academic Honors diploma an opportunity to retake a class where he/she might have received below a C-, thus giving him/her an opportunity to keep his/her Academic Honors diploma. Students may not use on-line credit recovery classes for retakes

18 Not to Worry We have seven periods in each day. We have seven periods in each day. If you take just six classes each semester, and pass all your classes, you will graduate with 48 credits. If you take just six classes each semester, and pass all your classes, you will graduate with 48 credits.

19 Course Recommendations In a move to make all course offerings available to our students, we are removing prerequisites from most course offerings at Jasper High School. On its merit, this move is designed to give any student an opportunity to take the most rigorous course offerings at our school. It is also designed to give students an opportunity to take the courses that best fit into their future opportunities. The teacher of each course has built course recommendations for the curriculum required within each course. These recommendations should be taken seriously as the rigor of a course will not be adjusted to fit students who might not be academically talented enough to handle the rigor of our most challenging content offerings. It is our belief that the student and his/her parents must have the opportunity to select course offerings that best suit the student’s individual needs. It will be necessary for patrons to approach the selection of courses for their student with a realistic mindset.

20 Ninth Grade Enrollment Decisions RequiredEnglishMathematicsScienceHealth/PEElectivesArt Biomedical Sciences Business Family/Consumer Science Language Arts MusicTechnology World Languages

21 English English 9 or English 9, Honors ENGLISH 9, HONORS: includes all of the requirements for the regular English 9 class and more—with major emphasis being placed on the reading of classic world literature texts. Students in the honors class will write extensively, and all written work must exceed normal expectations in terms of creativity, development, clarity, structure, and mechanical precision. Vocabulary development will concentrate on an extensive study of Greek and Latin derivatives as preparation for the SAT. Students in this class will participate in several projects and engage in a variety of speaking situations. It must be clearly understood that honors students will be held to a higher academic standard overall. Students who cannot work independently, those who do not complete assignments correctly or on time, and those who do not wish to participate fully in the spirit of the class should not enroll. Honor students are defined by their exceptional reading ability and their enjoyment of and competence in writing. Successful students must be mature individuals who are willing to put in the time necessary to do quality work. A summer reading assignment is required for this course. This course is NOT required for the academic honors diploma.

22 Mathematics Math Lab, College Prep(formerly pre-algebra) Algebra I Algebra I, Honors Geometry, Honors

23 Mathematics Guidelines State guidelines require that all students complete Algebra I as two of their math credits required for graduation. State guidelines require that all students complete Algebra I as two of their math credits required for graduation. Eighth grade math teachers will make the math placement recommendation. Eighth grade math teachers will make the math placement recommendation.

24 Eighth Grade Algebra Completion of Algebra in the 8 th grade is required for Geometry, Honors Completion of Algebra in the 8 th grade is required for Geometry, Honors All grades earned in the 8 th grade (for high school credit)will go on the high school transcript thus starting the student’s GPA All grades earned in the 8 th grade (for high school credit)will go on the high school transcript thus starting the student’s GPA Grades earned in 8 th grade Algebra will NOT go on the transcript if the student takes Algebra I, Honors in the 9 th grade Grades earned in 8 th grade Algebra will NOT go on the transcript if the student takes Algebra I, Honors in the 9 th grade

25 Science Biology I or Biology I, Honors All PLTW BioMed classes will count for a science credit.

26 Health-PLTW option Completion of PRINCIPLES OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE and HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS will count as the Health requirement for all students. Students registering for the PRINCIPLES OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES will not be required to signup for Health. Students using PRINCIPLES OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES and HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS as their Health requirement will not receive a grade or credit for a traditional Health class. Students completing PRINCIPLES OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES without completing HUMAN BODY SYSTEMS will be required to take a one semester Health class in a traditional manner.

27 P.E. All students are required to obtain 2 PE credits for before graduation P.E. – one traditional credit by the end of freshmen year. Strength and Conditioning-This year we will offer a S/C class for male athletes, female athletes. Must be in season and must have completed a summer PE course before taking the S/C class. **Students will need to take PE I before taking any other elective PE

28 PE II Option Students will be able to count the following for one credit of PE after they have taken a traditional PE course. Students will be able to count the following for one credit of PE after they have taken a traditional PE course. **Students MUST turn in PE Waiver form before PE credit will be awarded** Form is available on guidance website. Completion of: any athletic season in good standing any athletic season in good standing marching band, including flag corps marching band, including flag corps Cheerleading Cheerleading Strength and Conditioning Strength and Conditioning Life Guard Training Life Guard Training

29 Summer PE Summer P.E. – June 2 through June 27 Summer P.E. – June 2 through June 27 Cost for Summer P.E. - $ Cost for Summer P.E. - $ Time commitment: Time commitment: Mon.,Tues.,Thurs., and Fri. 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Mon.,Tues.,Thurs., and Fri. 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Wednesdays are 8 hours for special activities Wednesdays are 8 hours for special activities

30 Now For………………

31 Art Introduction and Advanced 2D Art This is a full year course. This is a full year course. This course is required before taking any other art classes. This course is required before taking any other art classes.

32 Business First Semester only Introduction to Business Second Semester only Principles of Marketing Principles of Marketing May be either First or Second Semester Intro. to Communications Preparation for College and Careers* * Meets Local Graduation Requirement Full Year course Interactive Media (Formerly Publications)

33 Family & Consumer Science Full year course Nutrition/Wellness Semester Course Interpersonal Relations Interpersonal Relations

34 World Languages French IGerman I Spanish I All are two semester classes Students that have completed Spanish I in the 8 th grade may register for Spanish II

35 Music Instrumental Music Dance Performance - Dance Performance - One semester only One semester only Marching guard Marching guard Audition required Audition required If not enrolled in band If not enrolled in band Band Band Full year Full year Vocal Music Beginning Chorus Beginning Chorus Full year

36 PLTW BioMed Curriculum Principles of the Biomedical Sciences Principles of the Biomedical Sciences Introductory course in the curriculum Introductory course in the curriculum Study of human medicine, research processes & intro. to bioinformatics. Study of human medicine, research processes & intro. to bioinformatics. Investigate human body systems & health conditions Investigate human body systems & health conditions Will include engineering principles Will include engineering principles Determine factors that led to death of fictional person, lifestyle choices & medical treatments Determine factors that led to death of fictional person, lifestyle choices & medical treatments

37 Technology One Semester courses Fund Engineering 1 Fund Engineering 2 Full Year Course Intro to Eng Design- PLTW Algebra I required – completed or enrolled in Algebra I required – completed or enrolled in National pre-engineering program National pre-engineering program Introduction to the scope and rigor of engineering Introduction to the scope and rigor of engineering

38 Courses that are weighted * Receive AP weight. All others receive Honors weight English 9, Honors English 10, Honors AP Eng. Lang. & Comp.* AP Eng. Lit. & Comp.* Eng. Comp. Adv. Speech and Comm. World History Honors AP World History* U.S. History, Honors AP U.S. Government* Economics, Honors PsychologySociologyEthics Algebra I, Honors Geometry, Honors Algebra II, Honors Pre-Calculus/Trigonometry AP Calculus* AP Statistics* Biology I, Honors Chemistry I, Honors Earth/Space Science, Honors AP Chemistry Anatomy & Physiology Physics, Honors AP Biology* Spanish IV German IV French IV AP Spanish*

39 Weighted Grading Scale RegularHonorsAP A A A B B B C C C D D D F

40 Example – Assume all courses are 1 credit courses Student 1 Student 2 Student 3 Student 4 Biology I (Hon) A = 4.8 (Reg) A+ = 4.1 English 9 A = 4.0 A = 4.0 Health Algebra I A = 4.0 A = 4.0 For Lang A = 4.0 A = 4.0 Elective Elective Study Hall A = 4.0 A = 4.0 Study Hall Quality Pts ÷ Credits ÷ 7 ÷ 7 ÷ 6 ÷ 6 ÷ 7 ÷ 7 ÷ 6 ÷ 6 GPA

41 Example – Assume all courses are 1 credit courses Student 1 Student 2 Student 3 Student 4 Biology I (Hon) A = 4.8 (Reg) A+ = 4.1 English 9 A = 4.0 A = 4.0 Health Algebra I A = 4.0 A = 4.0 For Lang A = 4.0 A = 4.0 Elective Elective Study Hall A = 4.0 A = 4.0 Study Hall Quality Pts ÷ Credits ÷ 7 ÷ 7 ÷ 6 ÷ 6 ÷ 7 ÷ 7 ÷ 6 ÷ 6 GPA class equalizer ÷ 7 ÷ 7 Weighted GPA

42 Course Enrollment Decisions Planning to enroll in seven classes each semester? Planning to enroll in seven classes each semester? Consider Consider Homework Homework Extra-curricular activities Extra-curricular activities Work Work Goals Goals Interests Interests Most students take six classes and a study hall. Most students take six classes and a study hall.

43 Enrollment Worksheet First Semester Second Semester 1 English 9 or Honors 2 MathMath 3 Biology I or Honors 4 P.E. or Elective Health 5 Foreign Language or Elective 6 ElectiveElective 7 Elective or Study Hall

44 IU Admission requirements 8 credits (semesters) of English, such as literature, grammar, composition, and journalism 8 credits (semesters) of English, such as literature, grammar, composition, and journalism 7 credits (semesters) of mathematics, including 4 credits of algebra and 2 credits of geometry (or an equivalent 6 credits of integrated algebra and geometry) and 1 credit of pre-calculus, trigonometry, or calculus. 7 credits (semesters) of mathematics, including 4 credits of algebra and 2 credits of geometry (or an equivalent 6 credits of integrated algebra and geometry) and 1 credit of pre-calculus, trigonometry, or calculus. 6 credits (semesters) of social sciences, including 2 credits of U.S. history; 2 credits of world history/civilization/geography; and 2 additional credits in government, economics, sociology, history, or similar topics 6 credits (semesters) of social sciences, including 2 credits of U.S. history; 2 credits of world history/civilization/geography; and 2 additional credits in government, economics, sociology, history, or similar topics 6 credits (semesters) of sciences, including at least 4 credits of laboratory sciences—biology, chemistry, or physics 6 credits (semesters) of sciences, including at least 4 credits of laboratory sciences—biology, chemistry, or physics 4 credits (semesters) of world languages 4 credits (semesters) of world languages 3 or more credits (semesters) of additional college-preparatory courses. Additional mathematics credits are recommended for students intending to pursue a science degree and additional world language credits are recommended for all students. 3 or more credits (semesters) of additional college-preparatory courses. Additional mathematics credits are recommended for students intending to pursue a science degree and additional world language credits are recommended for all students.

45 Purdue admission requirements Math- 8 Semesters Math- 8 Semesters Lab Science- 6 Semesters For engineering 2 science semesters must be chemistry. For nursing, pharmaceutical sciences, prepharmacy, and veterinary technology, 2 science semesters must be biology and 2 must be chemistry Lab Science- 6 Semesters For engineering 2 science semesters must be chemistry. For nursing, pharmaceutical sciences, prepharmacy, and veterinary technology, 2 science semesters must be biology and 2 must be chemistry English- 8 Semesters English- 8 Semesters Foreign Language- 4 Semesters Foreign Language- 4 Semesters Social Studies-6 Semesters Social Studies-6 Semesters Beginning with students who apply for 2011 enrollment, Purdue expects 8 semesters of college-preparatory math. Beginning with students who apply for 2011 enrollment, Purdue expects 8 semesters of college-preparatory math.

46 AP Information Night MARCH 4, 6:30pm JHS Auditorium There will be an informational meeting for any students and parents interested in learning about AP(Advanced Placement) courses available at Jasper High School. The rigor, expectations, and pace of the AP courses will be discussed. AP instructors will be present to answer course specific questions. There will be an informational meeting for any students and parents interested in learning about AP(Advanced Placement) courses available at Jasper High School. The rigor, expectations, and pace of the AP courses will be discussed. AP instructors will be present to answer course specific questions.


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