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Kris Caldwell(Ext: 12516) Appointments Tina Stauffer(Ext: 12514) Transcripts Aeries Accounts If you need to see your counselor or you have a question and you’re not sure who to ask, come in and see Kris. She will set an appointment for you.
A-E: Deitra Smith(Ext: 12511) F-L: Cindy Harris(Ext: 12579) M-R, +T: Dan Voorhees(Ext: 12580) Sa-Saz, PLUS: Michelle Saelee(Ext: 12536) Sb-Z, -T: Richard Myers(Ext: 12510) You can also contact your counselor directly by calling or ing.
Each semester is listed here with credits attempted, credits completed and semester GPA. You need to earn 30 credits per semester.
The “P” next to some classes means that the class is A-G approved.
This is where your GPA and class rank are listed.
This is where your CAHSEE results are listed.
This is where your proficiencies are listed.
You should have 90 credits completed.
If you have taken a class outside of EHS, you need to have that grade sent to EHS.
Check your transcript to see which categories you have completed.
Write If you would like to bump up a level, you will need your current teacher’s signature. Click English to continue
1300 Mod A English 1120 CP English III 1130 AP English III Only write the number on your registration card. If you are in CP English II as a tenth grader, then you will write down 1120 for next year. If you want to move up to AP, you will need your current English teacher to sign-off.
1650 Mod A Social Science 1580 CP US History 1590 AP US History If you want to take AP US History you will need a teacher recommendation from your current World History teacher. You need to be a VERY strong student to take AP classes.
2196 Mod A Math 2155 Math 3 CP 2156 Math 3 Honors Choose the same level that you are currently in. If you are in CP Math now, then you will write 2155 for next year. If you want to take Honors Math 3 you will need a teacher recommendation from your current Math teacher.
If you are not currently taking a Science class, ask a counselor about what Science to take next year.
If you are currently taking CP Physical Earth Science then you will take CP Biology your junior year. Write down one of the options below: 3020 CP Biology or 3045 Integrated Ag CP Biology and 6530 Ag Mechanics II (if you want to take Ag Science you need to write down 3045 for Science and 6530 as one of your electives)
If you are currently taking CP Biology then you will take Chemistry your junior year. We encourage you to take Chemistry, but if you aren’t doing well (e.g., you’re failing classes or have D’s) you don’t have to take Science next year. Write down one of the options below or continue on: 3050 Chemistry
If you are currently taking Chemistry then you will take Physics or Robotics your junior year. Write down one of the options below: 3070 Physics or 4690 Space Science and Engineering and 4695 Robotics (if you want to take Space Science you need to write down 4690 for Science and 4695 as one of your electives)
If you are currently taking Honors Chemistry then you will take one of the sciences listed below: 3070 Physics 4690 Space Science and Engineering and 4695 Robotics (if you want to take Space Science you need to write down 4690 for Science and 4695 as one of your electives) 3082 AP Physics 3082 AP Chemistry
You should have your 4 core classes selected and written down on your registration card. View next slide to pick electives. Pick 2 electives (3 if you’re not taking Science) and 2 alternate electives. 3050
Write 2/3 electives. Also write down 2 alternate classes. Click on a class to learn more. Click arrow when you’ve filled in all of your classes and ready to move on. Gray classes are 2 periods, so write the number twice.
If you haven’t passed the Physical Fitness Test you will have to take PE next year. Classes PE Course 2 Weight Training Basketball Athletic PE Play Sports? 3 = 10 Credits of PE 2 = 5 Credits of PE Freshmen year doesn’t count
Dances Assemblies Spirit Wear River Bowl Homecoming Canned Food Drive Blood Drive Lunchtime Activities Student of the Month Talent Show Must Apply for a Position Pick up Application from Ms. Ramirez
AP Psychology Areas of Study Why Study these Topics? Development of the Human Body & Mind Learn how your environment and genetics affect who you are today Emotion Learn how and why people react to their feelings. States of Consciousness Learn about dreams and the effects of drugs Motivation Learn what encourages good and bad behavior. Learning Learn the best ways for you learn information Abnormal Behavior & Treatments Learn about personality disorders and how they can be treated. Historical Approaches to Psychology Learn about previous approaches and theories used to understand & treat people PLUS MUCH MORE… Personality, Sensation, Perception, Research Methods, Learning, Testing, and Biological Bases for Human Behavior
Spanish I Spanish II Spanish III Spanish IV 2 Years satisfies the UC/CSU LOTE entrance requirement LOTE is not an EHS graduation requirement If you don’t have C’s or better in your classes, you need to talk to your counselor before taking an LOTE
Chinese I Chinese II Chinese III 2 Years satisfies the UC/CSU LOTE entrance requirement LOTE is not an EHS graduation requirement If you don’t have C’s or better in your classes, you need to talk to your counselor before taking an LOTE
American Sign Language I American Sign Language II 2 Years satisfies the UC/CSU LOTE entrance requirement LOTE is not an EHS graduation requirement If you don’t have C’s or better in your classes, you need to talk to your counselor before taking an LOTE
Advanced Level: Art III, Art IV AP Studio Art
These are just some of the benefits: Develop essential skills that provide success in college and in work force Meets requirements for Shasta College computer proficiency Earn FREE college credits Start college ahead of the game SUSHD computer proficiency Have Fun!
Struggling with your academics? Take a supportive class: ELL Study Skills (for students whose first language isn’t English or the primary language in the home isn’t English) CAHSEE English CAHSEE Math If you didn’t pass the CAHSEE you will need to take a lab next year.
This printer can print 3D objects – like phone cases.
Career Technical Education (CTE) Medical Careers / Dental CareersMedical Careers / Dental Careers
Career Technical Education (CTE) Fire TechnologyFire Technology
Career Technical Education (CTE) Administration of JusticeAdministration of Justice
Career Technical Education (CTE) Education CareersEducation Careers
Career Technical Education (CTE) Construction Technology CareersConstruction Technology Careers
Career Technical Education (CTE) Ag Plant/Soil is taken with Ag MechanicsAg Plant/Soil is taken with Ag Mechanics Ag Animal Science is taken with Ag MechanicsAg Animal Science is taken with Ag Mechanics
Career Technical Education (CTE) RoboticsRobotics
Career Technical Education (CTE) Floral DesignFloral Design
Career Technical Education (CTE) Sports Medicine/Athletic TrainingSports Medicine/Athletic Training
Conflict Management Kool April Nites Show & Shine Future Farmers of America (FFA) Community Volunteer Student Recognition Clubs Drama Music Athletics Yearbook
If you have failed a class or got a D in a class you need for college, you need to get with your counselor to discuss which credit recovery option best fits you. Anytime School Summer School Other Options
1. A PPLY TO S HASTA C OLLEGE 2. T AKE A SSESSMENT T ESTS Room 102, (530) , find appointment times at: 3. Complete Concurrent Enrollment Form It’s a gold form in the counseling center. Search for classes to take on MyShasta.MyShasta 4. Register for Classes In April you will go to SC and actually register for your class. 5. Request Official Transcript Upon completing a course, you must have a transcript sent to EHS
Hit esc (top left button on keyboard), close the presentation, go back to Naviance, 1.Click on the careers tab and do the cluster finder and career interest profiler. or 2. Click on Colleges tab and do the SuperMatch College Search.