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1 GRADE 12 COLLEGE PREPARATORY PROGRAM (7CPP) Academic Year

2 GRADE 10 COLLEGE PREPARATORY PROGRAM CPP Grade 11 CPP CPP Grade 12 CPP Freshman level at all universities both local and foreign

3 UNIVERSITY ACCEPTANCE STUDNETS WHO GRADUATE FROM 7 th CPP are accepted at any Local or foreign university at the FRESHMAN LEVEL (SCIENCES OR ARTS) At AUB: UPON COMPLETION OF THE FRESHMAN CLASS, THEY WILL BE ACCEPTED TO THE SOPHOMORE CLASS TO ANY OF THE FOLLOWING MAJORS: From Freshman ArtsFrom Freshman Sciences FAS (Arts majors only) OSB FM FAFS FHS FEA – (graphic Design only) FAS OSB FM FAFS FHS FEA

4 Course Coefficients and Graduation Requirements A General end of year average of 70 is required for Graduation. Graduating class students who a. fail to meet the minimum requirements in one or more courses, or b. whose conduct are not deemed worthy, or c. who do not fulfill the social service requirements by the set date will not be allowed to attend Commencement Exercises SUBJECT H/WCoef.Min. Grade Arabic3265 Art/Music/Spanish2165 Biology4370 French3270 Drama2165 Economics/Management3265 English6470 Global Issues2265 History3265 IT2165 Math4365 PE2165 Citizenship Total 36 25

5 Students are eligible to graduate if they: 1.Obtain a general average of 70 and above 2. Meet the above minimum requirements 3. Fulfill a social service requirement of 20 hours

6 : a)Psychological Support: The class advisor and school psychologist, Mrs. Dana Taher Mirza are available to guarantee the necessary support. If the student suffers from any specific adjustment difficulty, the school psychologist is available for support and regular follow up. She will be in constant communication with the class advisor* and parents. *CLASS ADVISOR : Mrs. Rita Osta SUPPORT SERVICES

7 b) Academic Support: If your child faces academic difficulties in one or more subjects, reinforcement classes will be offered. His/her advisor or teacher will invite you to a conference to communicate the difficulties and explore possible solutions C) Medical Support: During the year, if any medical condition arises, the administration, school physician and nurse will be in constant communication with you. If your child suffers from any prolonged medical condition, a medical report is required. All confidential information is kept with the administration. SUPPORT SERVICES (cont.)

8 How Does IC Prepare its students for University Studies A. Career Guidance 1.Mrs. Randa Soubaih, College Counselor, is responsible for orienting students towards both local (AUB, LAU, …) and foreign universities. She arranges for meetings with speakers from these universities. These meetings are announced on the IC website. 2.Mrs. Josette Eid, is in charge of career guidance and of inviting speakers from different professions to address the students.

9 How Does IC Prepare its students for University Studies (cont.) C: Information Technology Programs which aid students in discovering their areas of strength and future professions 1.My road.com 2.BLOM chabeb D: Local guest speakers who lecture students on their current professions (your contributions are welcome )

10 IMPORTANT DATES A. EXAMS & GRADE REPORTING November 11 : first progress report Week of November 17 : Parent–Teacher meeting December 15-19: Semester I examinations January 20 : Semester 1 report *April 17 : Second progress report *May : Semester 2 examinations (Final examinations) *June : Commencement and Annual Report Sheets * Tentative dates Academic Year 2014 – 2015 Semester I September 2014 – December 2014 Ends with the Mid Year cumulative exams Semester II January 2015 – May 2015 Ends with the Final Exam cumulative exams

11 B. COLLEGE RELATED AND Social SERVICE 1.Colleges Related Deadlines: a. Nov. 30: submission of AUB applications for early admission (Deadline to give applications to Mrs. Randa Soubaih is Nov. 17) b. Dec. 6: last chance for SAT exam taking for AUB c. Dec. 20: submission of AUB applications for regular admission (Deadline to submit applications to Mrs. Randa Soubaih is Dec. 10) d. Dec. 20: early deadline for submission of LAU applications e. May 2: last chance for SAT exam taking for LAU f. May 31: late deadline for submission of LAU applications 2. Social Service : Completion of work on March 27, 2015

12 Admission to AUB SAT I + school transcript of record and rank for grades 10 & 11 Composite Score (CS) = 50% SAT I + 50% school record of grades 10 and 11 CS= (Critical reading + mathematical reasoning) + Grade 10 + grade 11 Two recommendation letters from teachers and one from counselor Personal letter showing extracurricular activities

13 For equivalency of the Freshman year with the Lebanese Baccalaureate Part II, the Lebanese government requires students to sit for SAT II in 3 subjects For Freshman arts students should obtain a score of 2600 for both SAT I and SAT II For Freshman science the student should obtain a score of 2750 for both SAT I and SAT II

14 Please check the IC website School---Secondary school--- calendar / announcements


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