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1 It’s Enrollment Time A “How to” Guide Brought to you by: The Lindblom Counseling Department

2 Graduation Requirements 4 Years of English 4 Years of English 3 Years of High School Math 3 Years of High School Math 3 Years of Science 3 Years of Science 3 Years of History 3 Years of History 1 Year of Art 1 Year of Art 1 Year of Music 1 Year of Music 2 Years of the same Language 2 Years of the same Language 2 Years of Phys Ed/JROTC 2 Years of Phys Ed/JROTC 5 Years of Elective Credits 5 Years of Elective Credits

3 7 th Grade Students Algebra Algebra Survey Literature Survey Literature Biology Biology World Geography World Geography World Language II (Chinese or Arabic) World Language II (Chinese or Arabic) 8 th Grade PE 8 th Grade PE Elective: Elective: Art, Experiences In Music Art, Experiences In Music

4 8th Grade Students Geometry Geometry American Literature American Literature Honors Human Geography or AP Human Geography Honors Human Geography or AP Human Geography Chemistry Chemistry World Language III (Chinese or Arabic) – Not required but recommended World Language III (Chinese or Arabic) – Not required but recommended PE/Health I or JROTC I PE/Health I or JROTC I Elective: Art, Music, Exploring Computer Science, Upper Level Fine Arts Elective: Art, Music, Exploring Computer Science, Upper Level Fine Arts CTE Programs – Pre-Engineering & Information Technology CTE Programs – Pre-Engineering & Information Technology

5 Career & Technical Education (CTE) Pre-Engineering Affinity for math & science? Affinity for math & science? Enjoy being challenged with projects that test technical skills? Enjoy being challenged with projects that test technical skills? Like working hands-on with state-of-the-art technology? Like working hands-on with state-of-the-art technology?

6 Then Pre-Engineering is for you… Classes expose students to all areas of engineering industry. Classes expose students to all areas of engineering industry. Possible college credit (senior year) & internships. Possible college credit (senior year) & internships Year Course of Study Year Course of Study One class per year One class per year

7 Career & Technical Education (CTE) Information Technology – Game Design – Begins Sophomore Year Enjoy working with the newest technology? Enjoy working with the newest technology? Like designing web applications? Like designing web applications? Want to learn to create video games? Want to learn to create video games?

8 Then Information Technology is for you…. Students will explore the essentials of game design and application of development. Students will explore the essentials of game design and application of development. Become certified in Adobe Flash & Certified Coding Standards. Become certified in Adobe Flash & Certified Coding Standards. 3 Year Program of Study beginning sophomore year 3 Year Program of Study beginning sophomore year Potential College Credit & Internships. Potential College Credit & Internships.

9 How to enroll Visit Visit Go to Students – Click on programming Go to Students – Click on programming Follow the link provided Follow the link provided Students should pick 7 first choices and at least 2 second choices Students should pick 7 first choices and at least 2 second choices

10 Class of 2015 Freshmen

11 English  Honors English II (World Literature) (World Literature)  If you are taking American Lit, then enroll in Language and Composition or AP Language & Composition

12 History History Honors World History Or AP World History

13 Science Chemistry If you have already completed Chemistry, enroll in Physics

14 MATH Enroll in Geometry Unless you are currently taking Geometry, then enroll in Advanced Algebra w/ Trig

15 WORLD LANGUAGE Enroll in the 2 nd year language of what you are currently taking  Chinese II or  Arabic II

16 Note: At the end of the year, if you receive a failing grade in World Language, you will be placed back in language 1! If you fail math and do not take credit recovery, you will be placed back in the same math course.

17 Physical Education PE II PE II ROTC II ROTC II Or, if you are joining ROTC as a sophomore, enroll in ROTC I

18 Fine Arts Art I Experiences in Music

19 Electives Choir Choir Band Band CTE classes – Introduction to Engineering Design, Exploring Computer Science, or Video Game Design I CTE classes – Introduction to Engineering Design, Exploring Computer Science, or Video Game Design I Dance (must have passed either Art or Music) Dance (must have passed either Art or Music) Any non required class Any non required class To enroll in Art II (Images, Dimensions, Traditions), you must pass Art I To enroll in Choir/Band, you must pass Experiences in Music To enroll in Computer Gaming, you must pass Computer Programming/Science

20 Career & Technical Education (CTE) Pre-Engineering Affinity for math & science? Affinity for math & science? Enjoy being challenged with projects that test technical skills? Enjoy being challenged with projects that test technical skills? Like working hands-on with state-of-the-art technology? Like working hands-on with state-of-the-art technology?

21 Then Pre-Engineering is for you… Classes expose students to all areas of engineering industry. Classes expose students to all areas of engineering industry. Possible college credit (senior year) & internships. Possible college credit (senior year) & internships Year Course of Study Year Course of Study One class per year One class per year

22 Career & Technical Education (CTE) Information Technology – Game Design Enjoy working with the newest technology? Enjoy working with the newest technology? Like designing web applications? Like designing web applications? Want to learn to create video games? Want to learn to create video games?

23 Then Information Technology is for you…. Students will explore the essentials of game design and application of development. Students will explore the essentials of game design and application of development. Become certified in Adobe Flash & Certified Coding Standards. Become certified in Adobe Flash & Certified Coding Standards. 3 Year Program of Study 3 Year Program of Study Potential College Credit & Internships. Potential College Credit & Internships.

24 How to enroll Visit Visit Go to Students – Click on programming Go to Students – Click on programming Follow the link provided Follow the link provided Students should pick 7 first choices and at least 2 second choices Students should pick 7 first choices and at least 2 second choices

25 Class of 2014 Sophomores

26 English Enroll in Language & Composition or AP Language & Composition Enroll in Language & Composition or AP Language & Composition If you are currently taking Language & Composition, then enroll in World Literature or AP Literature & Composition

27 History Sociology (semester) Sociology (semester) Economics (semester) Economics (semester) Civics (semester) Civics (semester) Psychology (semester) Psychology (semester) History of Chicago History of Chicago Advanced Placement History Psychology, Government, US History, World History, Microeconomics, Human Geography

28 Science Enroll in: Physics If you have completed Physics, enroll in a science elective.

29 Math Enroll in Advanced Algebra w/ Trig If you have already taken Adv. Alg. w/ Trig, then enroll in one: Pre-Calculus Pre-Calculus Probability & Statistics Probability & Statistics AP Calculus (pre-req) AP Calculus (pre-req) AP Statistics AP Statistics

30 World Language If you have completed two years of the same language, you may:  Continue to Language III THE COUNSELORS STRONGLY RECOMMEND YOU CONTINUE YOUR LANGUAGE

31 Art & Music Ask yourself, Have I completed 1 year of art and 1 year of music? If not, then you should enroll in what you are missing! Experiences in Music Art I

32 Electives  ROTC III  PE Leaders  Art & History of Propaganda  Journalism I/II  Movement (Dance)  Biotechnology  Oncofertility/Scientific Research  Forensic Science  Arabic V  Drama  Music Theory & Composition  Choir  Band  Video Game Design I (Must have passed Computer Science/Programming)  Exploring Computer Science  Check Sound Programming for more…

33 How to Enroll Visit Visit Go to Students – Click on programming Go to Students – Click on programming Follow the link provided Follow the link provided Students should pick 7 first choices and at least 2 second choices Students should pick 7 first choices and at least 2 second choices

34 Dual Enrollment City colleges offer free classes for Juniors & Seniors. City colleges offer free classes for Juniors & Seniors. Fall/Spring/Summer classes Fall/Spring/Summer classes You cannot miss school for classes You cannot miss school for classes Must be an Evening/Saturday class Must be an Evening/Saturday class See Ms. Lindsay for details See Ms. Lindsay for details

35 Class of 2013 Juniors

36 Ask Yourself… Have I completed….? 3 Years of High School Math 3 Years of High School Math 3 Years of Science 3 Years of Science 3 Years of History 3 Years of History 1 Year of Art 1 Year of Art 1 Year of Music 1 Year of Music 2 Years of the same Language 2 Years of the same Language 2 Years of Phys Ed/JROTC 2 Years of Phys Ed/JROTC

37 Additional Requirements Consumer Education Consumer Education Public Law (Constitution Exam) Public Law (Constitution Exam) 40 Hours of Service Learning 40 Hours of Service Learning PSAE (ACT) PSAE (ACT)

38 If you answered NO to any of the following…. Enroll in the classes you are missing Enroll in the classes you are missing See a counselor to sign up for credit recovery See a counselor to sign up for credit recovery

39 ENGLISH Seniors must enroll in English IV (World Literature or AP Literature & Composition) Remember…JOURNALISM and Drama does not fulfill your senior English requirement

40 Remember…. Most colleges want: Most colleges want: - 4 Years of Math - 4 Years of Math - 4 Years of Science - 4 Years of Science - 4 Years of World Language - 4 Years of World Language Colleges want a rigorous schedule senior year Colleges want a rigorous schedule senior year

41 Science To graduate, you must take 3 of the following: To graduate, you must take 3 of the following: Biology (mandatory) ChemistryPhysics Environmental Science (or AP)

42 What else should I enroll in? Advanced Placement classes Advanced Placement classes Math class Math class 4 th year World Language 4 th year World Language Science class Science class Biotechnology, AP Bio, AP Chem, AP Physics, Forensics, Oncofertility/Scientific Research Biotechnology, AP Bio, AP Chem, AP Physics, Forensics, Oncofertility/Scientific Research Electives Electives

43 Electives  ROTC IV  PE Leaders  Art & History of Propaganda  Journalism I/II  Movement (Dance)  Culture through Movement (Chinese II)  Biotechnology  Oncofertility/Scientific Research  Drama  Music Theory & Composition  Choir/Band  Art: Images, Dimensions, or Traditions  Check Sound Programming for more…

44 What if I am applying for Senior Project? Enroll in seven classes (and two alternates). If you are admitted into senior project, we will re- register you later. Enroll in seven classes (and two alternates). If you are admitted into senior project, we will re- register you later.

45 How to Enroll Visit Visit Go to Students – Click on programming Go to Students – Click on programming Follow the link provided Follow the link provided Students should pick 7 first choices and at least 2 second choices Students should pick 7 first choices and at least 2 second choices

46 Consider Dual Enrollment City colleges offer free classes for Juniors & Seniors. City colleges offer free classes for Juniors & Seniors. Fall/Spring/Summer classes Fall/Spring/Summer classes You cannot miss school for classes You cannot miss school for classes Must be an Evening/Saturday class Must be an Evening/Saturday class See Ms. Lindsay for details See Ms. Lindsay for details

47 Registration Begins… February 2012

48 Questions?


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