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11 th and 12 th Grade Student-Parent Information Night
11 th Grade: A-L:pending M-Z:Ms. Yemeako Fountain AVID:Dr. Stacy Keaveny Administrator:Mr. Charles Feld Class Advisor:Mr. Richard Stokes Class Dues:$15 12 th Grade: A-R:Ms. Karen Gabel S-Z, AVID:Dr. Stacy Keaveny Administrator:Mr. Brent Frazier Class Advisor:Mrs. Kristine Cavinder Class Dues:$25
4 credits English 4 credits math Algebra 1 or Algebra 1A/1B Geometry 3 credits science Biology 3 credits social studies World History US History Economics with Financial Lit US Government 1 credit Fine/Performing or Practical Art 1 credit HOPE (not needed for 18 credit option) 8 electives 1 course must be through online learning (not needed for 18 credit option) Assessments Pass 10 th grade FCAT Reading Pass Algebra 1 EOC If student is taking a course tied to an EOC, student must take the EOC exam, even if the cohort is not required to pass the exam for graduation. The following courses have a state EOC that will count as 30% of the final grade: Algebra 1 Geometry Biology US History Algebra 2 (if enrolled) GPA and Credits 2.0 minimum unweighted GPA 24 credits (unless under 18 credit option)
For both 24 credit and 18 credit options Meet graduation requirements of cohort group AND: Earn 1 credit of Algebra 2 Earn 1 credit in Statistics, Trigonometry/Analytical Geometry, or Calculus Earn 1 credit in Chemistry or Physics Earn 1 credit in a course equally rigorous to Chemistry or Physics AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Physics, AP Environmental, Anatomy/Physiology Honors Earn 1 credit in AP, IB or college DE course OR pass an approved industry certification exam Earn 2 credits in the same foreign language Pass the following EOC exams, as determined by FLDOE: Biology and US History
For both 24 credit and 18 credit options Attain one or more industry certifications Eligible programs at ERHS: Allied Health Assisting Applied Cybersecurity Automotive, Collision & Repair Business Supervision and Management Certified Nursing Assistant Culinary Arts Early Childhood Education International Business Agritechnology Marketing Pathways to Engineering Television Production
www.lake.k12.fl.us/erh www.lake.k12.fl.us/erh Graduation Requirements Scholarships/Bright Futures Dual Enrollment Voluntary Public (Community) Service ACT/SAT Information ERHS College Planning and Scholarship Guide
State Colleges and Technical Schools Apply in late spring or summer Final transcript (available in late June) Four-year college or university: Early admissions (@Nov 1 st ) and rolling admissions No decision until application package is complete: application, transcript, test scores, application fee, essay or any other documentation Senior schedule changes and college admissions
Federal Financial Aid (FAFSA) Apply after January 1 st of your senior year at fafsa.ed.gov Based on parent/guardian income taxes Used by all schools to determine additional financial aid Florida Financial Aid Apply after December 1 st of your senior year at http://www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/ http://www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/ Must have your SSN or TIN number on file at ERHS Includes Bright Futures and other Florida scholarships Used by Florida schools to determine additional financial aid All students should apply whether they are planning to remain in Florida for college or not East Ridge High School website National scholarships, local scholarships
www.flvc.org *must have SSN in our system *use your SSN followed by an “X” for your student ID Help your student in choosing a career. Provides assessments to discover interests and skills your child needs in order to find the right career. Investigate Florida colleges and degrees. Find out what different programs are offered at different Florida institutions, so if you’re looking for colleges that offer a certain degree, the search will show all the schools that offer that particular program. Apply online for admissions and financial aid. Enables your child to apply online to multiple Florida colleges by entering personal information just once.
ACT www.actstudent.org www.actstudent.org 5 sections English Reading Math Science Writing $38 – No Writing 54.50 – Plus Writing SAT www.collegeboard.com www.collegeboard.com 3 sections Verbal Mathematics Writing $52.50 School day testing for all 11 th graders on February 25 at no cost PSAT Wed., Oct. 15 th All 9 th -11 th graders No fee
Lake Technical Center Upon completion of graduation requirements for most programs Usually during 12 th grade TABE assessment at LTC Lake Sumter State College 11 th and 12 th grade 2 courses or 8 semester hours 3.0 minimum weighted GPA (maintained during dual enrollment and with 2.0 minimum college GPA) College entrance score through PERT, ACT or SAT Next PERT assessment: October 30 th ; must be registered by October 24 th
Students have access to a counselor during lunches on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Schedule appointments Pick up ACT/SAT waivers Ask questions Discuss concerns or ideas
Every Monday and Thursday Until 3:30 PM Room 4-209 Student sign in and out of the tutoring and updates are sent to the teacher of the subject area the student receives tutoring in
Available on the ERHS website and includes more detailed information and links to high school and college planning websites.
From Florida Admissions Directors: Do not change your schedule after receiving an offer of admission Approximate order of importance of major application factors: Level of difficulty of course work (rigor) Grades Writing SAT/ACT scores Letter of recommendation Activities