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Recommended Diploma 2 6 Credits Required English 4 creditsForeign Language 2 credits Math 4 creditsPE 1 credits Science 4 creditsHealth.5 credit Social Studies 4 creditsSpeech. 5 credit Fine Arts1 credit(Communication Applications) Electives5 credits STAAR EOC Performance Standards Cumulative Score Requirements: English:11250 cumulative score. Must score an 1875 or more on both the English III Reading EOC and the English III Writing EOC. Math:10500 cumulative score. Must score a 3500 or more on Algebra II EOC. Science: cumulative score. Social Studies: cumulative score.
Distinguished Diploma 26 Credits Required English 4 creditsForeign Language 3 credits Math 4 creditsPE 1 credits Science 4 creditsHealth.5 credit Social Studies 4 creditsSpeech. 5 credit Fine Arts1 credit(Communication Applications) Electives4 credits****4 Advanced Measures**** STAAR EOC Performance Standards Cumulative Score Requirements: English:11250 cumulative score. Must score a 2135 or more on the English III Reading EOC and a 2155 on the English III Writing EOC. Math:10500 cumulative score. Must score a 4080 or more on Algebra II EOC. Science: cumulative score. Social Studies: cumulative score.
Distinguished Graduation Plan What is an Advanced Measure? Courses that focus on demonstrated performance at the college or professional level. Original research project: ISM 1346 Test Data: a score of three or above on The College Board Advancement exam : a score on the PSAT that qualifies a student for recognition as a Commended Scholar or higher by National Merit Corp. : may be used for 4 advanced measures College Courses: a grade of 3.0 (80 on 100 point scale) or higher on courses that count for college credit : each semester of the college credit course counts as one measure, a whole year of a college course counts as two measures.
Students can only be enrolled in 2 dual credit courses per semester. These courses may be taken as a Junior or Senior only Anatomy & Physiology Dual Credit ***Biology Dual Credit*** English IV Dual Credit Environmental Science Dual Credit Spanish IV Dual Credit Administrative Procedures/Business Education Career Prep College Algebra Dual Credit These courses may be taken as a Sophomore Communication Applications (Speech) Dual Credit Spanish III Dual Credit Business Information Management II
Calendar of Events Fall Semester Build your academic skills by taking challenging courses. Continue to build your leadership and teamwork skills by being involved. Take the PSAT. Start your college searches. Study for final semester exams, finish strong. Spring Semester Continue to discuss your career and college interests with your high school counselor. Register for your junior year. Submit dual credit applications. Work on your resume for colleges, and possible employers. Informal college campus visits Prepare yourself for EOC exams and AP exams Take exams. Finish the year strong.
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