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1 Transcript Presentation

2 What is a Transcript? 4 Transcript is a document which lists: –All high school classes –Summer school classes –Number of credits you attempted and completed – Academic GPA – Total GPA –Class ranking –Attendance –Immunizations.

3 Defining Transcript (Continued) 4 Your transcript goes with you if you transfer schools. 4 It is a life long document.

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5 Transcript Decoders 4 CP= College Prep 4 CH= College Honors 4 AP= Advance Placement 4 N= Non Academic (Sports, PE)

6 Transcript Decoders 2 4 GPA= Grade Point Average 4 CRD ATT= Credits Attempted 4 CRS ID= Course Identification 4 Credit Summary REQ= Required CMP= Completed DEF= Deficient

7 Grades and Credits 4 Earning Credits: –You receive 5 credits when you successfully complete a class by earning a 2, 3, or 4. 4 NP: –You receive NO CREDIT. You must REPEAT the class in SUMMER SCHOOL.

8 Grades and Credits 4 Summer School Priority- –First Seniors –then Juniors –next Sophomores –Last Freshmen.

9 Coursework- Graduation Requirements Credits to graduate. 4 Pass the CAHSEE 4 Language Arts- 4 years (40 credits) 4 Mathematics- 3 years (30 credits) 4 Science- 2 years (20 credits) 4 Social Science- 3 years (30 credits) 4 Physical Education- 2 years (20 credits) 4 Fine Arts/Foreign Language- 1 year (10 credits) 4 Health- 0.5 year (5 credits)

10 Graduation Requirements 2 4 Total Requirements= 155 credits 4 Total Electives= 65 credits 4 Total Credits= 220 credits

11 Grade Point Average 4 Academic GPA: Excludes PE/Sports 4 Total GPA: Includes PE/Sports 4 NP’s are worth 0. 4 Honors Point: Add 1 point per class. 4 Advanced Placement: Add 1 point per class.

12 Calculating Your GPA 4 Example: Algebra3 Biology3 Language Arts2 Physical Ed4 Elective2 Elective3 Add together= 17 Divide by 6= 2.83 GPA 4 Add the total number of grades and divide by the number of classes you have.

13 What Can You Do to Boost Your GPA? 4 Student Daily Progress Report Cards. 4 Ask questions in class. 4 Before & After School Tutoring. 4 Organize your time wisely. 4 Attend School!

14 Any Questions?


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