Presentation on theme: "2011-2012 Program of Studies. 2011-12 Schedule 7 Day Cycle/ 6 Periods Per Day Day 1Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5Day 6Day 7 Period 1 1111117* Period 2 2 7*22222."— Presentation transcript:
2011-12 Schedule 7 Day Cycle/ 6 Periods Per Day Day 1Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5Day 6Day 7 Period 1 1111117* Period 2 2 7*22222 Period 3 337* 3333 Period 4 444 7* 444 Period 5 55557* 55 Period 6 66666 7* 6
Class Promotion Credit Requirements To 9 th Grade Must pass 4 of 5 core classes in 8 th grade To 10 th Grade4 credits accumulated To 11 th Grade 10 credits accumulated To 12 th Grade17 credits accumulated
Graduation Credit Requirements 23 Credits are Required for Graduation!
CourseCreditCourseCredit English4Foreign Language2 Math4General Electives4 Social Studies3 Science3 Seniors must pass a minimum of 4 credits; including a full year English and Math course. All students must pass the MCAS tests in ELA, Math, and STE in order to receive a diploma. Students must score in the proficient range in ELA and Math or meet the expectations of an Educational Proficiency Plan (EPP) prior to receiving a diploma.
9th Grade English I1.0 W. History I 1.0 Science 1.0 Math 1.0 Spanish II or III1.0 Explore Electives (4@.25)1.0 Band/Chorus/AC Support 1.0 or Elective Course/Directed Study.5 Total: 6.5 Credits
10th Grade English II1.0 America and the World I1.0 Science 1.0 Math 1.0 Spanish III or IV1.0 Explore Electives (4@.25) 1.0 Band/Chorus/AC Support 1.0 or Elective Course/Directed Study.5 Total: 6.5 Credits
11th Grade English III1.0 America and the World II 1.0 or AP US History1.0 Science 1.0 Math 1.0 Spanish IV/V1.0 or Elective Course/Directed Study.5 Explore Electives (4@.25)1.0 Band/Chorus/AC Support1.0 or Elective Course/Directed Study.5 Minimum: 6 Credits
12th Grade English IV1.0 Math 1.0 or Science1.0 AP Spanish Lang1.0 Explore Electives (4@.25)1.0 Band/Chorus/AC Support1.0 or Elective Courses (2@.5) 1.0 Minimum: 6 Credits Internship Program1.0/2.0 Independent/Extended Curriculum Course.5/1.0 ILP.5/1.0 VHS.5/1.0
English English I English II English III English IV or or AP Literature
Intro to Physics or Engineering Design Biology Chemistry or (2) Forensic Investigations or Astronomy or Earth Science Adv. Bio. Concepts and/or Physics or Chemistry Honors Biology Honors Chemistry Adv. Bio. Concepts AP Biology or AP Chemistry or Honors Physics Science
World History I American and the World I Or AP European History America and the World II or AP U.S. History AP European History or AP Psychology Electives (.5) Psychology Forensic Investigations Holocaust History
Foreign Language Spanish II Spanish III Spanish IV Spanish V Spanish III Spanish IV Spanish V AP Spanish *Spanish I Spanish II Spanish III Spanish IV
Hon. Geometry Hon. Algebra II Hon. Precalculus AP Calculus (AB) or Hon. Calculus Hon. Algebra I Hon. Geometry Hon. Algebra II Hon. Precalculus or Precalculus or Hon. Statistics Algebra I Geometry Algebra II Linear Algebra Math Alg. Concepts Geometry Concepts Int. Algebra Algebra II
AP Literature and Composition AP Spanish Language AP U. S. History AP European History AP Biology AP Calculus AB AP Chemistry AP Psychology
All AP students must take the AP exam Mandatory attendance at a spring AP teacher meeting Completion of all summer assignments Student study groups are encouraged and should meet regularly throughout the course Fees for AP exams must be paid in full before the midyear exam
4 credits English 3 credits History 3 credits Math Incl. Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II 3 credits Science Incl. 2 lab sciences 2-3 credits Foreign Language SAT Score Range: 920-1150 ACT Score Range: 20-23 Competitive/State Colleges 4 credits English 3 credits History 3-4 credits Math 3 credits Science Incl. 2-4 lab sciences 3 credits Foreign Language SAT Score Range: 1100-1350 Possible SAT Subject Tests ACT Score Range: 22-27 More Competitive 4 credits English 3 credits History 4 credits Math 3-4 credits Science Incl. 2-4 lab sciences 3-4 credits Foreign Language 1 credit Arts AP courses recommended SAT Score Range: 1350-1580 2-3 SAT Subject Tests ACT Score Range: 27-31 Highly Competitive
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