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1 Class of 2014

2  Registration information  College Information  College Representatives Panel Handouts  Transcript  PSAT Booklet

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4  GPA tables – pg 14 of the course guide  \\Lisdlhs\vol1\Counselors\Course Guide\ \Course Guide Final Copy.docx \\Lisdlhs\vol1\Counselors\Course Guide\ \Course Guide Final Copy.docx  Rank GPA vs Official GPA

5  Students must earn the 26 credits required for graduation. For each additional credit earned beyond the required 26, students may exclude a maximum of eight semester grades from his/her GPA calculation. Excluded grades may not include the required 26 credits.  Some classes are automatically excluded.  Off Campus PE  Correspondence Classes  Summer School  Dual Credit Classes  ASC or CAT classes  Math Labs

6  Possible exclusions  Electives  Fine Arts  Technology  LOTE  5 th math or science class

7 26 credits required for graduation – Recommended or Distinguished Diploma Successful completion of all 4 TAKS tests March 4 – ELA April 23 – Math April 24 – Science April 25 – Social Studies Senior Project

8 Recommended Distinguished English Mathematics Science Social Studies Lovejoy Leadership Health Fine Art Physical Education Technology Foreign Language * Additional Electives TOTAL CREDITS *Most colleges recommend 3 years of foreign language. ***The Distinguished Plan requires 4 advanced measures.

9 What is an Advanced Measure? A student needs any 4 of the following: A Junior year PSAT score that designates them as commended or higher A score of 3 or higher on an AP test (each score is one advanced measure) A college academic course and Tech Prep articulated college course with a grade of 3.0 or higher (each 3.0 is one advanced measure) An original research project judged by a panel of professionals in the field (only 2 projects can be used and the senior project would qualify as one)

10 5 parts  Proposal (end of Junior year)  Research Paper (Senior English)  Project (with support of a mentor)  can be completed during the summer  Portfolio  Formal, oral presentation to a panel of adults

11 The Senior Project Course will be available by application and principal approval only. This will occur in May. Senior Project Meeting February 4, :30 pm LHS Auditorium

12 18 hours approved Dual Credit from Collin College:  English 1301 and 1302  Government 2302  Economics 2301  College Algebra 1314  Speech 1311

13  Criminal Justice  Culinary Arts  at Preston Ridge Campus Only in Frisco  Graphic Design  Interior/Architectural Design

14 Dual Credit Information Session February 4 at 7:00 in the Auditorium May or June -- Collin College will be here to register for next year’s courses. You MUST meet all of their deadlines, including tuition payment, in order to stay enrolled in the classes.

15 Required to Graduate  English I  English II  English III  English IV Senior Options  English IV  AP English Literature  AP/GT English Literature  Dual Credit English (1301 and 1302)

16 Required to Graduate  Algebra I  Geometry  Algebra II  4 th year of Math  *All students are expected to take math all 4 years while at LHS.  **Double Block options are available in most math classes. Senior Options  PreAP Pre-Calculus  AP Calculus AB  AP Calculus BC  AP Statistics  AP Computer Science  Dual Credit College Algebra  Advanced Quantitative Reasoning* *Teacher Recommendation Only

17 Math taken Junior year:  Math Models  Algebra 2  Algebra 2  Pre-Calculus  Pre-Calculus  AP Calculus AB or AP Stat or Dual Credit College Algebra  GT Pre-Calculus  AP/GT Calculus BC  AP Calculus AB  AP Calculus BC or AP Stat or Dual Credit College Algebra * Math labs and/or double-block options are available in most. Check Course Guide/Card

18 Required to Graduate  Biology  Chemistry  Physics  4 th year of science Senior Options  Forensic Science  Anatomy & Physiology  AP Environmental Systems  AP Chemistry*  AP Biology*  AP Physics B*  AP Physics C* * Single or double blocked

19 Required to Graduate  World Geography  World History  US History  1 semester Government  1 semester Economics Senior Options  Government  Economics  AP or AP/GT Government  AP or AP/GT Economics  Dual Credit Govt (2302)  Dual Credit Econ (2301)  *can mix and match

20 Required  3.0 credits of the same (DAP)  2.0 credits of the same (Recommended) Senior Options Spanish I, II, III, AP Spanish Language, AP Spanish Literature French I, II, III, AP French Language IV Chinese I, II, III *American Sign Language I, II, III, IV * Consult prospective college to learn if ASL meets FL requirements

21 Required 1.0 Credit Options PreAP Computer Science AP Computer Science A Business Information Management Digital and Interactive Media Animation Advanced Animation Web Technologies Video Technology Apps Development Any PLTW course Journalism courses (Yearbook, Newspaper, Magazine, Broadcast, Photojournalism)

22 Required 1.0 credit of the same fine arts course Options Band/Jazz Band Orchestra Choir Theater/Tech Theater Dance/Majestics Art AP Music Theory AP Art History

23 Required 1.0 credit Options Athletics Athletic Training PE Foundations Individual Sports/Team Sports Cheerleading Fall semester of band, drill team, colorguard Off-campus PE – application is online. Must be approved

24 1 semester Health 1 semester Lovejoy Leadership (Speech) 3.0 credits of electives for Distinguished 4.0 credits of electives for Recommended

25  AP Music Theory  AP Studio Art 2D and 3D  AP Studio Art 2D Photo  AP Studio Drawing  AP Art History  AP Psychology ( Fall Psychology Recommended )  AP European History  AP Computer Science

26  Business Classes  Health Science Classes  Agriculture Classes (as alternate only)  Architecture  Education and Training Classes  Human Service Classes  Journalism  Engineering Classes

27  Advertising and Sales  Marketing Practicum  Visual Media Analysis  Engineering Independent Study

28  February 4, :00 to 8:00 pm  PSAT Explanation Meeting6:00Lecture Hall  Senior Project Meeting6:30 Auditorium  Dual Credit Meeting7:00Auditorium  Information about classes, clubs, and extracurricular activities in the cafeteria and commons

29 Course Guide – online Individual Meetings – January 31 – February 8 through US History Classes Alternate Elective Options – at least 2.0 Computer input – February 14

30 SAT & SUBJECT TEST  Exam Date: March 09  Exam Date: May 04**  Exam Date: June 01**  ** Offered at LHS Campus  AP Exams: May 06-May 17  Payment Due: March 01 ACT  Exam Date: February 09  Exam Date: April 13**  Exam Date: June 08**  ** Offered at LHS Campus

31  Automatic Admissions  Matrix Admissions  Holistic Review  Advantages of being a Leopard

32 Safety School (s) 1-2 Sure Thing Match School (s) 2-4 Challenge Reach School (s) 1-2 Dream

33 Student accounts vs. parent accounts My Checklist Prospective College List Transcript Request Letter of Recommendation Request Check Status of Transcripts and Letters College Rep Visits Scholarships https://connection.naviance.com/lovejoy

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36  Standardized Exams  SAT, ACT, AP, Subject Test  Continue the College Search  Make Summer Enrichment Plans  College Visits: 2 excused Junior year  Research Entrance Requirements  Transcript Consent  Admissions Applications  Athletic Request  NCAA

37  College Panels: March 08  Spring Fair: March 26 (6:00 pm- 8:00 pm)  College 302: April 16 (6:00 pm- 7:00 pm)  Lunch Visits:  February 04  May 20  May 21  College Representatives on Campus


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