Presentation on theme: "Grade 10 Registration GRADE 10 MATH Select 1 Math Course. GRADE 10 ENGLISH Select 1 English Course. GRADE 10 SCIENCE Select 1 Science Course. Biology is."— Presentation transcript:
Grade 10 Registration GRADE 10 MATH Select 1 Math Course. GRADE 10 ENGLISH Select 1 English Course. GRADE 10 SCIENCE Select 1 Science Course. Biology is the 10 th Grade Graduation Requirement. GRADE 10 SOCIAL STUDIES Select 1 Social Studies Course. Civics is the 10 th Grade Graduation Requirement. GRADE 10 ELECTIVES Select 4 Electives. (use the alpha list on the back to select electives) GRADE 10 ALTERNATES Select 4 Alternate Elective Courses. These courses will be used if your elective choices cannot be honored. Requires 8 credit hours. Requesting 8 credit hours. (Your signature is required verifying the courses above.) Student Parent Active Military? Y or N Welcome to the Union Pines High School Class Registration System for In Power School, go to ncmcs.powerschool.com, enter your username (your address without ncmcs.net) and your password with mcs in front ex: mcsrp1234. Click on Class Registration. Use the edit button (pencil) to select a course, click ‘Okay’. When you have finished selecting all your courses, select SUBMIT at the bottom of the page. Your registration will NOT be saved until you select Submit.ncmcs.powerschool.com Math I Math II Math II Honors Math III Math III Honors PRE-CALCULUS HONORS English II English II Honors Biology Biology Honors 33205X0S (semester course) Honors Biology 33205X0Y (yearlong course paired with AP Biology – select AP Biology from Electives) Earth/Environ Science Earth/Environ Science Honors AP World History Civics & Economics Civics & Economics Honors World History World History Honors Please return this form to your School Counselor. MCS Course Guide Available at under Student/Parent Resources.www.ncmcs.org *Note: What is the difference between Honors vs. Standard level classes? Honors courses are more rigorous offerings of content than a standard course. Emphasis will be placed on greater depth of the concepts in order to increase critical thinking skills. In addition, Honors will include: More out of class reading In-depth writing assignments Additional independent projects Greater number of essay/short answer test questions
Advanced Digital Media Agriscience Applications Anatomy Honors Animal Science I Animal Science I Honors Animal Science II Honors Animal Science II Small Animals AP Biology (pairs with Honors Biology 33205X0Y) AP Music Theory Automotive Service I (Intro to Auto Required) Automotive Service I Honors (Intro to Auto Required) Automotive Service II Automotive Service II Honors Band (Intermediate) Jazz Fall 52562X01 Band (Intermediate) Symphonic Spring 52562X02 Biomedical Technology Biomedical Technology II Business Law Business Law Honors Cabinetmaking I Cabinetmaking I Honors Cabinetmaking II Cabinetmaking II Honors Career Management Digital Media Digital Media Honors ELA Local Elective (Yearbook Fall 01) ELA Local Elective (Yearbook Spring 02) Entrepreneurship I Entrepreneurship I Honors Entrepreneurship II Honors Foods I Fundamentals Foods I Honors Foods II Enterprise Foods II Enterprise Honors French I French II French III Honors Health Science I Health Science II Honors Advanced Digital Media Honors Marketing Honors Marketing Management Honors Spanish 3 Horticulture I Horticulture I Honors Horticulture II Horticulture II Honors Introduction to Automotive Service Introduction to Automotive Service Honors Marketing Marketing Management Microsoft ITA: Access & Excel Microsoft ITA: Access & Excel HN Microsoft Word & PowerPoint Microsoft Word & PowerPoint Honors Multimedia and Webpage Design Multimedia and Webpage Design Hnrs Music Specialization (Beginning) Electronic Music 52162X01EK Music Specialization (Intermediate) (Marching Band) Orchestra (Intermediate) (fall 52412X01) Orchestra (Intermediate) (spring 52412X02) Personal Finance Personal Finance Honors (Health/PE Required for the following 3 courses) Physical Education Local Elective Grade (Team Sports) Physical Fitness I Grades 9-12 (Male Weight Training) Physical Fitness II Grades 9-12 (Female Weight Training) Principles of Business & Finance Principles of Business & Finance Honors Principals of Tech I Principals of Tech I Honors ROTC I – NAVY (fall OR spring) – 1 st year cadet ROTC II– NAVY (fall) 2 nd year cadet ROTC V – NAVY (spring) – 1 st year cadet ROTC VI – NAVY (spring) 2 nd year cadet Scientific & Tech Visual I Scientific & Tech Vis II (Honors) Spanish 1 Spanish 2 Technology Engineering & Design Theater Arts (Proficient) Honors – Level 3 Theater Arts (Intermediate) – Level 2 Theater Arts I (Beginning) – Level 1 Veterinary Assisting (Animal Science II Required) VISUAL ARTS (BEGINNING) VISUAL ARTS (INTERMEDIATE) VISUAL ARTS (PROFICIENT) HONORS Visual Arts Special (Intermediate) Ceramics II 54622X0CER Visual Arts Special (Intermediate) Photography II 54622X0DIG Visual Arts Special (Intermediate) Graphic Design 54622X0VGD (Visual Arts Beginning Required) Visual Arts Specialization (Beginning) Ceramics I 54612X0CER (Visual Arts Beginning Required) Visual Arts Specialization (Beginning)Photography I 54612X0DIG (Visual Arts Beginning Required) Vocal Music (Beginning) (spring 52302X02) Vocal Music (Beginning) (fall 52302X01) Vocal Music (Intermediate) (springB52312X02) Vocal Music (Intermediate) (fall 52312X01) GRADE 10 ELECTIVES NCVPS (Virtual Courses) Journalism Chinese I Chinese II Latin I Latin II Japanese I Japanese II Russian I Russian II Arabic I Arabic II Psychology Psychology Honors African American St Medieval St Music Specialization Beg (Music Appreciation) Vis Arts Specialization Inter (Art of Video/Game Des/Film) Leadership Dev ACT Prep Sat Prep Success 101 *For NCVPS (Virtual) courses, you will need to see your counselor to register after turning in permission forms.