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2 Registration is Important to You! It facilitates… Proper placement in courses Proper placement in courses Fulfillment of graduation requirements Fulfillment of graduation requirements Appropriate selection of elective courses Appropriate selection of elective courses The assignment of courses that will meet graduation objectives and goals. The assignment of courses that will meet graduation objectives and goals. The application process for special programs The application process for special programs

3 Registration is a FOUR Step Process 1. Registration assembly for students 2. Consultation with teachers and parents for input and signatures 3. Submission of completed course selection sheet to English/Social Studies teacher by February 22 nd to seal registration process 4. Meeting with counselor to review and finalize courses chosen in April

4 Your classes will be coming to guidance in April for you to meet personally with your guidance counselor. You will receive a copy of the classes that you requested and have a chance to change any choices you made before coming to Guidance to review your chosen courses with your counselor!

5 Materials Needed for Registration Course selection sheet Course selection sheet Credit summary Credit summary Curriculum guide online at Curriculum guide online at for reference for referencewww.PVCHS.com AP course selection sheet for admission into AP classes AP course selection sheet for admission into AP classes

6 Anatomy of a Course Selection Sheet The course selection sheet is used to select courses for next year The course selection sheet is used to select courses for next year Have your academic subjects (English, Math, Science, Social Studies, World Language) signed by your current teachers in those subjects. Have your academic subjects (English, Math, Science, Social Studies, World Language) signed by your current teachers in those subjects. Any course, academic or elective, followed by a blank box needs a teacher signature. Any course, academic or elective, followed by a blank box needs a teacher signature. Rank electives 1 – 3. You are required to choose 3 electives! Number the electives #1, #2, #3. Rank electives 1 – 3. You are required to choose 3 electives! Number the electives #1, #2, #3.

7 NEW THIS YEAR Scheduling Worksheet Use this area to help plan your classes for next year!!! USE THIS AREA TO PLAN FOR YOUR 2013 – 2014 REQUESTED COURSES SEMESTER 1SEMESTER 2 COURSECOURSE NUMBERCOURSE NAMECOURSECOURSE NUMBERCOURSE NAME ALTERNATE

8 Course Selection Sheet PARENTS & STUDENTS: Please review this course selection sheet carefully and sign below. PARENTS & STUDENTS: Please review this course selection sheet carefully and sign below. See the curriculum guide at our web page under the COURSE GUIDE button under the GUIDANCE tab for course descriptions. See the curriculum guide at our web page under the COURSE GUIDE button under the GUIDANCE tab for course descriptions.WWW.PVCHS.COM Courses in Italics are included in calculation of BRIGHT FUTURES FMS/FAS GPA. Courses in Italics are included in calculation of BRIGHT FUTURES FMS/FAS GPA. Parents and students should choose classes carefully. ELECTIVES will NOT be changed next year. Parents and students should choose classes carefully. ELECTIVES will NOT be changed next year. Make sure that you have obtained teacher recommendation if the box on the right is open. Make sure that you have obtained teacher recommendation if the box on the right is open. Failure to return course selection sheet by the deadline will result in courses being selected for you by your counselor. No changes will be permitted. Failure to return course selection sheet by the deadline will result in courses being selected for you by your counselor. No changes will be permitted. $ Symbol = material cost/donation requested $ Symbol = material cost/donation requested All students will be scheduled for levels of English, math and science based upon their FCAT and EOC scores and prior performance. Students with low FCAT/EOC scores will be required to drop elective courses to take INTENSIVE READING and/or INTENSIVE MATH to support their regular English and/or math class. Thus, the schedule you choose may be changed when FCAT/EOC scores are received. All students will be scheduled for levels of English, math and science based upon their FCAT and EOC scores and prior performance. Students with low FCAT/EOC scores will be required to drop elective courses to take INTENSIVE READING and/or INTENSIVE MATH to support their regular English and/or math class. Thus, the schedule you choose may be changed when FCAT/EOC scores are received. _________________________________________________ _____________________________________________ STUDENT SIGNATURE PARENT SIGNATURE STUDENT SIGNATURE PARENT SIGNATURE

9 Language Arts Requires Teacher Signature LANGUAGE ARTS DEPARTMENT SUMMER READING REQUIRED FOR ALL HON AND AP CLASSES ENGLISH I ENGLISH I HON (FCAT LEVEL 4/5) ENGLISH II ENGLISH II (ACADEMY) ENGLISH II HON (FCAT LEVEL 4/5) ENGLISH II HON (MED ACADEMY) ENGLISH II HON (ACADEMY) AICE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AS ENGLISH III ENGLISH III HON AP ENG LANGUAGE & COMPOSITION ENGLISH IV ENGLISH IV HON AP ENG LITERATURE & COMPOSITION

10 Social Studies Requires Teacher Signature SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT WORLD CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY WORLD CULTURAL GEO HON (FCAT 4/5) AP HUMAN GEOGRAPHY WORLD HISTORY WORLD HISTORY (ACADEMY) WORLD HISORY HON (FCAT LEVEL 4/5) WORLD HIST HON (MED ACADEMY) WORLD HIST HON (ACADEMY) AP WORLD HISTORY AICE GEOGRAPHY (PRE-AP STUDENTS) U.S. HISTORY U.S. HISTORY HON (FCAT LEVEL 4/5) AP U.S. HISTORY (FCAT LEVEL 4/5) ECONOMICS/AMERICAN GOVT ECONOMICS HON/AMERICAN GOVT HON AP MICRO ECON/U.S. GOVT & POLITICS PSYCHOLOGY I (SEM I)/PSYCH II (SEM II) LAW STUDIES (SEM I)/SOCIOLOGY (SEM II) AFRICAN & AFRICAN AM HISTORY HON AP EUROPEAN HISTORY (GRADE 12) AP COMP POL/CONST LAW (10-12) AP PSYCHOLOGY

11 Mathematics Requires Teacher Signature MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT ALGEBRA I GEOMETRY GEOMETRY HON LIBERAL ARTS MATH ALGEBRA II ALGEBRA II HON A ALGEBRA II HON (AICE STUDENTS) ADVANCED ALG W/FINANCIAL APPS MATH FOR COLLEGE READINESS CONSUMER MATH TRIGONOMETRY/ANALYT GEOM HON PRECALCULUS HONORS CALCULUS HON PROBABILITY/STATISTICS HON AP CALCULUS AB AP CALCULUS BC AP STATISTICS

12 Science Requires Teacher Signature SCIENCE DEPARTMENT EARTH/SPACE SCIENCE EARTH/SPACE SCIENCE HON BIOLOGY I BIOLOGY I HON AP BIOLOGY CHEMISTRY I (PRE/COREQ OF ALG II) CHEMISTRY I H (PRE/COREQ ALG II HON) CHEMISTRY I H (MED ACAD STUDENTS) CHEMISTRY I H (AICE STUDENTS) AP CHEMISTRY ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY HON PHYSICS I HON AP PHYSICS B AP ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE MARINE SCIENCE H (PRE/COREQ OF CHEM) PHYSICAL SCIENCE (GRADE 11/12) AICE ENV MGMT (AICE STUDENTS) AICE MARINE SCIENCE (PREREQ OF CHEM) ASTRONOMY H (PRE/COREQ PHYSICS) RESEARCH I-IV SEE MRS. HENDERSON IN ROOM FOR APPROVAL

13 World Languages Requires Teacher Signature WORLD LANGUAGES DEPARTMENT SPANISH I (FCAT LEVEL 3/4/5) FRENCH I (FCAT LEVEL 3/4/5) SPANISH II (C OR BETTER IN SPANISH I) FRENCH II (C OR BETTER IN FRENCH I) SPANISH III (A/B IN SPANISH II) FRENCH III (A/B IN FRENCH II) SPANISH IV (A/B IN SPANISH III) FRENCH IV (A/B IN FRENCH III) AP SPANISH LANGUAGE (A/B IN SPANISH IV) AP FRENCH LANGUAGE (A/B IN FRENCH IV)

14 Multimedia Communications Requires Teacher Signature MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATIONS INTRO TO INFO TECH Microsoft Office: WORD, POWERPOINT, EXCEL This is the prereq course for all Multimedia Communications classes FOUNDATIONS OF WEB DESIGN USER INTERFACE DESIGN H WEB SCRIPTING FUNDAMENTALS H DIG DESIGN I (GRAPHIC DESIGN & PHOTOSHOP) DIG DESIGN II H (ADV DESIGN & ILLUSTRATOR) DIG DESIGN YEARBOOK See Mrs. Fisher in Room for a YEARBOOK application. If you are accepted your name will be forwarded to guidance PC SUPPORT I (MR. ROTT) PC SUPPORT II H (MR. ROTT) MULTIMEDIA FOUNDATIONS I (FOSSEN/ROTT) MULTIMEDIA FOUNDATIONS II (FOSSEN/ROTT) MULTIMEDIA FOUNDATIONS III (FOSSEN/ROTT) INTRO TO E-COMMERCE (MR. ROTT) E-COMMERCE ENTREPRENEUR H (MR. ROTT) E-COMMERCE SYSTEMS H (MR. ROTT) BUS COOP ED OJT (PER 7) SEE MRS. WHITE IN ROOM FOR APP BUS COOP ED OJT (PER 6 & 7) BUS COOP ED OJT (PER 5, 6 & 7)

15 SAT/ACT Prep Class 10TH GRADE: 3.0 GPA and FCAT Read Lvl 3, 4, 5 and pre/coreq of ALGEBRA II 10TH GRADE: 3.0 GPA and FCAT Read Lvl 3, 4, 5 and pre/coreq of ALGEBRA II 11TH GRADE: 2.75 GPA and passed FCAT Read and pre/coreq of ALGEBRA II 11TH GRADE: 2.75 GPA and passed FCAT Read and pre/coreq of ALGEBRA II SAT/ACT PREPARATION SAT/ACT PREP CLASS 10TH GRADE: 3.0 GPA and FCAT Read Lvl 3, 4, 5 and pre/coreq of ALGEBRA II 11TH GRADE: 2.75 GPA and passed FCAT Read and pre/coreq of ALGEBRA II

16 Language Arts Electives LANGUAGE ARTS DEPARTMENT ELECTIVES JOURNALISM I (PREREQ FOR NEWSPAPER) JOURNALISM II-IV (NEWSPAPER) SEE MRS. BRECKON IN ROOM 4-207A FOR SIGNATURE

17 Art Department ART DEPARTMENT ART 3/D COMP ($) DRAWING/PAINTING I ($) DRAWING/PAINTING II, III, IV & AP ($) CERAMICS/POTTERY I ($) CERAMICS/POTTERY II, III, IV & AP ($) JEWELRY I ($) JEWELRY II, III, IV & AP ($) The $ symbol = material cost/donation requested

18 Performing Arts Department The $ symbol = material cost/donation requested. PERFORMING ARTS DEPARTMENT (MUSIC – CHORUS) CHORUS III (VOICES - $) VOCAL TECHNIQUES I-FEMALES (DOLCE-$) VOCAL ENSEMBLE I-SHOW CHOIR (ENCORE-$) AP MUSIC THEORY PERFORMING ARTS DEPARTMENT (MUSIC-INSTRUMENTAL) CONCERT BAND/BAND II SYMPHONIC BAND/BAND III ($) WIND ENS/BAND IV ($) AUDITION REQ JAZZ ENS/JAZZ BAND ($) AUDITION REQ EURYTHMICS/COLOR GUARD ($) AUD REQ KEYBOARDING I & II (PIANO)

19 Physical Education PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT TEAM SPORTS II (SEMESTER) BEG WEIGHT TRAINING (SEMESTER) INT WEIGHT TRAINING (SEMESTER) RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES (SEMESTER) PERSONAL FITNESS (SEMESTER) POWER WGT TRAIN FOOTBALL (FULL YEAR) POWER WGT TRAIN VARSITY (FULL YEAR)

20 Auto Academy Electives The $ symbol = material cost/donation requested. AUTO ACADEMY ELECTIVE CLASSES AUTO SVC TECH I ($) 9TH/10TH ONLY AUTO COLL REPAIR ($) 9TH/10TH ONLY

21 Student Aide STUDENT AIDE - JUNIORS AND SENIORS ONLY – 3.0 MIN. GPA THERE IS NO CREDIT OR GRADE AWARDED FOR THIS CLASS. YOU RECEIVE 75 COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS PER SEMESTER STUDENT AIDE – JUNIORS & SENIORS ONLY – 3.0 MIN GPA NO CREDIT OR GRADE AWARDED – 75 COM SERVICE HOURS PER SEMESTER STUDENT AIDE

22 Junior and Senior Privilege NO CLASS PERIOD 7 – JUNIORS & SENIORS ONLY MUST BE ON TRACK FOR GRADUATION & HAVE PARENT PERMISSION NO CLASS PERIOD 7 PARENT SIGNATURE NO CLASS PERIOD 7 PARENT SIGNATURE

23 Dual Enrollment Notice the 2 DUAL ENROLLMENT courses that Park Vista will be offering on our campus are for Medical Academy students only!!!!! College Algebra will not be offered on the Park Vista campus for he school year. DUAL ENROLLMENT MUST HAVE 3.0 GPA & COLLEGE READY SAT/ACT/PERT SCORES DUAL ENROLLMEMT OFF CAMPUS PER DUAL ENROLLMENT OFF CAMPUS PER 6

24 Dual Enrollment Earn college credit while at PVCHS! For eligible students with a 3.0 or above For eligible students with a 3.0 or above College ready scores on the SAT or ACT or PERT or CPT College ready scores on the SAT or ACT or PERT or CPT Choose Palm Beach State College, PVCHS or Florida Atlantic University Choose Palm Beach State College, PVCHS or Florida Atlantic University A grade of C or better must be earned A grade of C or better must be earned Confirm application deadline with your counselor Confirm application deadline with your counselor 1 Dual Enrollment class each semester will be offered at PVCHS next year (Medical Terminology & Health Concepts for Medical Academy Seniors only) 1 Dual Enrollment class each semester will be offered at PVCHS next year (Medical Terminology & Health Concepts for Medical Academy Seniors only)Remember! Dual enrollment classes become part of the permanent college transcript and can impact eligibility for financial aid. Dual enrollment classes become part of the permanent college transcript and can impact eligibility for financial aid.

25 Dual Enrollment DUAL ENROLLMENT FOR NEXT SCHOOL YEAR DUAL ENROLLMENT FOR NEXT SCHOOL YEAR We will be having a DUAL ENROLLMENT ASSEMBLY on Tuesday, March 19 th We will be having a DUAL ENROLLMENT ASSEMBLY on Tuesday, March 19 th If you select a DUAL ENROLLMENT class on your course selection sheet, you will automatically be invited to attend If you select a DUAL ENROLLMENT class on your course selection sheet, you will automatically be invited to attend DUAL ENROLLMENT FOR SUMMER B SESSION Summer B classes begin June 25 and end August 6 (check for conflicts in your summer vacation plans!!!) Summer B classes begin June 25 and end August 6 (check for conflicts in your summer vacation plans!!!) Registration begins April 22, 2013 Registration begins April 22, 2013 If you are interested in taking a Summer B course you must sign up in the Guidance Office now so that you can be invited to the DUAL ENROLLMENT ASSEMBLY on March 19 th If you are interested in taking a Summer B course you must sign up in the Guidance Office now so that you can be invited to the DUAL ENROLLMENT ASSEMBLY on March 19 th

26 Dual Enrollment Earn college credit while at PVCHS! COLLEGE READY SCORES SAT: Verbal 440; Math 440 SAT: Verbal 440; Math 440 ACT: Eng 17; Read 18; Math 19 ACT: Eng 17; Read 18; Math 19 PERT: Reading, Writing, & Math PERT: Reading, Writing, & Math CPT: Read Comp 83; Sentence Skls 83; Elementary Alg 72 CPT: Read Comp 83; Sentence Skls 83; Elementary Alg 72

27 On The Job Training (OJT) Requirements Elective class Elective class You must be enrolled in a Business class to add OJT to your schedule. If you have never taken any business classes, you will be placed in Introduction to IT. You must be enrolled in a Business class to add OJT to your schedule. If you have never taken any business classes, you will be placed in Introduction to IT. Complete the Business Cooperative Education Application, pick up from Mrs. White in Room Complete the Business Cooperative Education Application, pick up from Mrs. White in Room Must be signed by You, Parent and Guidance Counselor Must be signed by You, Parent and Guidance Counselor Return to Mrs. White, Room 4-210, on a first come-first served basis Return to Mrs. White, Room 4-210, on a first come-first served basis

28 OJT Responsibilities It is your responsibility to have a job by the first day of class in August It is your responsibility to have a job by the first day of class in August You may not work off the books; it is illegal. You will be required to turn in a time card and pay stub showing taxes out of your pay each month. You may not work off the books; it is illegal. You will be required to turn in a time card and pay stub showing taxes out of your pay each month. You are expected to work a minimum of 5 hours per school credit each week, for example: You are expected to work a minimum of 5 hours per school credit each week, for example: OJT 7 th hour only=5 hours of work per week (at least) OJT 6 th &7 th hours=10 hours of work per week (at least) OJT 5 th, 6 th & 7 th hours=15 hours per week (at least) No student should exceed 30 hours a week!!!!! No student should exceed 30 hours a week!!!!!

29 Required Courses (refer to online Curriculum Guide) 4 Credits of English English I, II, III & IV 4 Credits of Mathematics Including an Algebra requirement. Four required math credits must be earned in grades High school credit earned in middle school is used in GPA calculation and may be used towards one of the four math requirements for graduation. Including an Algebra requirement. Four required math credits must be earned in grades High school credit earned in middle school is used in GPA calculation and may be used towards one of the four math requirements for graduation. c/o 2014 & 2015: Alg I & Geom required c/o 2014 & 2015: Alg I & Geom required c/o 2016: Alg I, Geom & Alg II required c/o 2016: Alg I, Geom & Alg II required 3 Credits of Science Includes 1 credit in Biology and 1 credit in a Physical Science Includes 1 credit in Biology and 1 credit in a Physical Science

30 Required Courses (refer to online Curriculum Guide) 3 Credits of Social Studies Includes 1 credit in World History, 1 credit in American History, ½ credit in Economics and ½ credit in American Government Includes 1 credit in World History, 1 credit in American History, ½ credit in Economics and ½ credit in American Government ½ Credit of Physical Education Students who participate in marching band activities may satisfy the.5 credit of physical education by earning a C or higher in a Band or Eurhythmics course. Students who participate in marching band activities may satisfy the.5 credit of physical education by earning a C or higher in a Band or Eurhythmics course. ½ Credit of Personal Fitness Students who have participated in interscholastic sports at the Junior Varsity or Varsity level for 2 full seasons may apply to waive the full credit of Physical Education and Personal Fitness. The student must also pass the written personal fitness competency exam with a grade of C or higher.

31 Required Courses (refer to online Curriculum Guide) 1 Credit of Fine Art Elective & Selective Practical Art Classes 8 Credits of Electives In addition, 2 credits of the same foreign language are required to enter the State University System and to earn the Medallion and Scholars level of the Florida Bright Futures Scholarship Program.

32 Graduation Requirements 24 Credits 24 Credits 2.0 GPA 2.0 GPA Pass FCAT Reading (All Grades) Pass FCAT Reading (All Grades) Pass Algebra I EOC (Grades 9 & 10) Pass Algebra I EOC (Grades 9 & 10) Pass Geometry EOC (Grade 9) Pass Geometry EOC (Grade 9) Pass Biology EOC (Grade 9) Pass Biology EOC (Grade 9) 20 Hours of Community Service 20 Hours of Community Service

33 Community Service Hours PARKING DECALS will NOT be sold to 11 th or 12 th graders at the beginning of the school year unless 20 hours of community service is documented (which means entered into the computer!) PARKING DECALS will NOT be sold to 11 th or 12 th graders at the beginning of the school year unless 20 hours of community service is documented (which means entered into the computer!) No Senior Activities (Grad Bash, Prom, Graduation) tickets will be distributed without the documented 20 hours of community service!! No Senior Activities (Grad Bash, Prom, Graduation) tickets will be distributed without the documented 20 hours of community service!!

34 Promotion to next grade level In order to be classified in the computer as a 12 th grader, you need 17 credits, as an 11 th grader, you need 11 credits as a 10 th grader, you need 5 credits.

35 Minimum Requirements for Florida University Admission English – 4 years English – 4 years Math – 4 years (Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II and one above Algebra II are a minimum) Math – 4 years (Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II and one above Algebra II are a minimum) Science – 3 years Science – 3 years Social Studies – 3 years Social Studies – 3 years Foreign Language - 2 consecutive years Foreign Language - 2 consecutive years 4 additional academic credits (English, Math, Science, Social Studies or Foreign Language) 4 additional academic credits (English, Math, Science, Social Studies or Foreign Language) A total of at least 18 ACADEMIC credits A total of at least 18 ACADEMIC credits

36 Advanced Placement Courses Provides qualified students with the opportunity to take college level courses while in high school Provides qualified students with the opportunity to take college level courses while in high school Earn college credit by achieving appropriate levels of proficiency on the national AP Exam. Earn college credit by achieving appropriate levels of proficiency on the national AP Exam. Eligibility for AP classes is based on: Eligibility for AP classes is based on: PSAT/SAT/ACT scores PSAT/SAT/ACT scores GPA/HPA GPA/HPA Teacher Recommendation Teacher Recommendation Readiness to engage in a college level learning experience Readiness to engage in a college level learning experience Submit a completed application (January 25th was the deadline) Submit a completed application (January 25th was the deadline) AP classes will not be dropped once the school year begins AP classes will not be dropped once the school year begins Acceptance lists will be posted outside of the Guidance Office on Friday, Feb 8 th Acceptance lists will be posted outside of the Guidance Office on Friday, Feb 8 th If you are accepted, you will pick up a LUNAR BLUE AP selection sheet in Guidance. You must then obtain both the AP teacher and your parents signature. Attach the AP selection sheet to your GOLDENROD Park Vista course selection sheet and return it to your teacher no later than FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22 nd. If you are accepted, you will pick up a LUNAR BLUE AP selection sheet in Guidance. You must then obtain both the AP teacher and your parents signature. Attach the AP selection sheet to your GOLDENROD Park Vista course selection sheet and return it to your teacher no later than FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22 nd.

37 Importance of Rigor in Schedule in College Admissions Decision Your schedule should INCREASE in rigor each year!!! Importance of Rigor in Schedule in College Admissions Decision Your schedule should INCREASE in rigor each year!!!

38 Recommended Grade Level Courses 12 th Grade 1 English IV ½ Economics ½ American Government 4 or 5 Elective Credits Seniors who are on track to graduate and have parent permission may have one No Class. Students are not allowed on campus during their no class period. 3.0 GPA required for Student Aide Class.

39 Recommended Grade Level Courses 11 th Grade 1 English III 1 Math 1 Science 1 American History 3 Elective Credits Juniors who are on track for graduation and have parent permission may have 1 No Class. SAT/ACT Prep class available for juniors with 2.75 GPA, Passed FCAT and in Algebra II or have taken Algebra II **Class of 2015 must also earn at least ½ credit through an online learning program before graduation**

40 Recommended Grade Level Courses 10 th Grade 1 English II 1 Math 1 Science 1 World History 3 Elective Credits SAT/ACT Prep class available for sophomores with 3.0 GPA, FCAT Reading Level of 3, 4 or 5 and in Algebra II or have taken Algebra II **Class of 2016 must also earn at least ½ credit through an online learning program before graduation**

41 Make-Up Credits or Courses for Graduation Credit Lab Make up credits through the after school credit lab at PVCHS Make up credits through the after school credit lab at PVCHS See your guidance counselor for the registration beginning Summer 2013 See your guidance counselor for the registration beginning Summer 2013 Does not count toward Bright Futures, NCAA or university admissions Does not count toward Bright Futures, NCAA or university admissions Florida Virtual School (www.FLVS.net) Take regular or honors courses on the internet Take regular or honors courses on the internet Register at Register at Apply early to be wait listed in case classes are full. Apply early to be wait listed in case classes are full. E2020 Behind in credits, not on track to graduate Behind in credits, not on track to graduate Take classes online at school Take classes online at school Must register with your counselor Must register with your counselor Does not count toward Bright Futures, NCAA or university admissions Does not count toward Bright Futures, NCAA or university admissions Warning-----Online courses are rigorous and time consuming and not an easy way to make up a credit!!

42 Academic History You have received an academic history with all your classes, credits and other helpful academic information You have received an academic history with all your classes, credits and other helpful academic information Use this to assist in choosing the correct classes Use this to assist in choosing the correct classes Keep this with you for teachers reference for proper recommendations for next year Keep this with you for teachers reference for proper recommendations for next year

43 STUDENT NAME: NUMBER: CUM. GPA: HPA: MHPA: ADDRESS.GRADE:POINTS:POINTS: BIRTH:24GPA:CREDITS: PHONE: AS OF: RANK: 124/476 MRANK: LOCAL REQUIREMENTS CREDITS CREDITSREQEARNNEED LANGUAGE ARTS MATHEMATICS BIOLOGY PHYSICAL SCIENCE SCIENCE ELECTIVE US HISTORY WORLD HISTORY ECONOMICS AMERICAN GOVT FINE ARTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES TOTAL: TOTAL: DATES PASSED FCAT TESTS MATH:COMMUNICATIONS: Look at the LOCAL REQUIREMENTS section and NOT the STATE REQUIREMENTS

44 Overall GPA STUDENT NAME: NUMBER: CUM. GPA: HPA: MHPA: ADDRESS.GRADE:POINTS:POINTS: BIRTH:24GPA:CREDITS: PHONE: AS OF: RANK: 124/476 MRANK: LOCAL REQUIREMENTS CREDITS CREDITSREQEARNNEED LANGUAGE ARTS MATHEMATICS BIOLOGY PHYSICAL SCIENCE SCIENCE ELECTIVE US HISTORY WORLD HISTORY ECONOMICS AMERICAN GOVT FINE ARTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES TOTAL: TOTAL: DATES PASSED FCAT TESTS MATH: COMMUNICATIONS:

45 # of Points Earned STUDENT NAME: NUMBER: CUM. GPA: HPA: MHPA: ADDRESS.GRADE: POINTS: POINTS: BIRTH:24GPA:CREDITS: PHONE: AS OF: RANK: 124/476 MRANK: LOCAL REQUIREMENTS CREDITS CREDITSREQEARNNEED LANGUAGE ARTS MATHEMATICS BIOLOGY PHYSICAL SCIENCE SCIENCE ELECTIVE US HISTORY WORLD HISTORY ECONOMICS AMERICAN GOVT FINE ARTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES TOTAL: TOTAL: DATES PASSED FCAT TESTS MATH: COMMUNICATIONS:

46 Honor Point Average STUDENT NAME: NUMBER: CUM. GPA: HPA: MHPA: ADDRESS.GRADE:POINTS:POINTS: BIRTH:24GPA:CREDITS: PHONE: AS OF: RANK: 124/476 MRANK: LOCAL REQUIREMENTS CREDITS CREDITSREQEARNNEED LANGUAGE ARTS MATHEMATICS BIOLOGY PHYSICAL SCIENCE SCIENCE ELECTIVE US HISTORY WORLD HISTORY ECONOMICS AMERICAN GOVT FINE ARTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES TOTAL: TOTAL: DATES PASSED FCAT TESTS MATH: COMMUNICATIONS:

47 # of Points Earned on a Weighted Scale STUDENT NAME: NUMBER: CUM. GPA: HPA: MHPA: ADDRESS.GRADE:POINTS:POINTS: BIRTH:24GPA:CREDITS: PHONE: AS OF: RANK: 124/476 MRANK: LOCAL REQUIREMENTS CREDITS CREDITSREQEARNNEED LANGUAGE ARTS MATHEMATICS BIOLOGY PHYSICAL SCIENCE SCIENCE ELECTIVE US HISTORY WORLD HISTORY ECONOMICS AMERICAN GOVT FINE ARTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES TOTAL: TOTAL: DATES PASSED FCAT TESTS MATH: COMMUNICATIONS:

48 # of Credits Attempted STUDENT NAME: NUMBER: CUM. GPA: HPA: MHPA: ADDRESS.GRADE:POINTS:POINTS: BIRTH:24GPA:CREDITS: PHONE: AS OF: RANK: 124/476 MRANK: LOCAL REQUIREMENTS CREDITS CREDITSREQEARNNEED LANGUAGE ARTS MATHEMATICS BIOLOGY PHYSICAL SCIENCE SCIENCE ELECTIVE US HISTORY WORLD HISTORY ECONOMICS AMERICAN GOVT FINE ARTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES TOTAL: TOTAL: DATES PASSED FCAT TESTS MATH: COMMUNICATIONS:

49 HPA is 124 th out of 476 Students STUDENT NAME: NUMBER: CUM. GPA: HPA: MHPA: ADDRESS.GRADE:POINTS:POINTS: BIRTH:24GPA:CREDITS: PHONE: AS OF: RANK: 124/476 MRANK: LOCAL REQUIREMENTS CREDITS CREDITSREQEARNNEED LANGUAGE ARTS MATHEMATICS BIOLOGY PHYSICAL SCIENCE SCIENCE ELECTIVE US HISTORY WORLD HISTORY ECONOMICS AMERICAN GOVT FINE ARTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES TOTAL: TOTAL: DATES PASSED FCAT TESTS MATH: COMMUNICATIONS:

50 Val/Sal Determination Only courses taken in HS STUDENT NAME: NUMBER: CUM. GPA: HPA: MHPA: ADDRESS.GRADE:POINTS:POINTS: BIRTH:24GPA:CREDITS: PHONE: AS OF: RANK: 124/476 MRANK: LOCAL REQUIREMENTS CREDITS CREDITSREQEARNNEED LANGUAGE ARTS MATHEMATICS BIOLOGY PHYSICAL SCIENCE SCIENCE ELECTIVE US HISTORY WORLD HISTORY ECONOMICS AMERICAN GOVT FINE ARTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES TOTAL: TOTAL: DATES PASSED FCAT TESTS MATH: COMMUNICATIONS:

51 Rank for Val/Sal STUDENT NAME: NUMBER: CUM. GPA: HPA: MHPA: ADDRESS.GRADE:POINTS:POINTS: BIRTH:24GPA:CREDITS: PHONE: AS OF: RANK: 124/476 MRANK: LOCAL REQUIREMENTS CREDITS CREDITSREQEARNNEED LANGUAGE ARTS MATHEMATICS BIOLOGY PHYSICAL SCIENCE SCIENCE ELECTIVE US HISTORY WORLD HISTORY ECONOMICS AMERICAN GOVT FINE ARTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES TOTAL: TOTAL: DATES PASSED FCAT TESTS MATH:COMMUNICATIONS:

52 # of Credits Required for Option A Graduation STUDENT NAME: NUMBER: CUM. GPA: HPA: MHPA: ADDRESS.GRADE:POINTS:POINTS: BIRTH:24GPA:CREDITS: PHONE: AS OF: RANK: 124/476 MRANK: LOCAL REQUIREMENTS CREDITS CREDITSREQEARNNEED LANGUAGE ARTS MATHEMATICS BIOLOGY PHYSICAL SCIENCE SCIENCE ELECTIVE US HISTORY WORLD HISTORY ECONOMICS AMERICAN GOVT FINE ARTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES TOTAL: TOTAL: DATES PASSED FCAT TESTS MATH: COMMUNICATIONS:

53 # of Credits Earned STUDENT NAME: NUMBER: CUM. GPA: HPA: MHPA: ADDRESS.GRADE:POINTS:POINTS: BIRTH:24GPA:CREDITS: PHONE: AS OF: RANK: 124/476 MRANK: LOCAL REQUIREMENTS CREDITS CREDITSREQEARNNEED LANGUAGE ARTS MATHEMATICS BIOLOGY PHYSICAL SCIENCE SCIENCE ELECTIVE US HISTORY WORLD HISTORY ECONOMICS AMERICAN GOVT FINE ARTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES TOTAL: TOTAL: DATES PASSED FCAT TESTS MATH: COMMUNICATIONS:

54 # of Credits You Need STUDENT NAME: NUMBER: CUM. GPA: HPA: MHPA: ADDRESS.GRADE:POINTS:POINTS: BIRTH:24GPA:CREDITS: PHONE: AS OF: RANK: 124/476 MRANK: LOCAL REQUIREMENTS CREDITS CREDITSREQEARNNEED LANGUAGE ARTS MATHEMATICS BIOLOGY PHYSICAL SCIENCE SCIENCE ELECTIVE US HISTORY WORLD HISTORY ECONOMICS AMERICAN GOVT FINE ARTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES TOTAL: TOTAL: DATES PASSED FCAT TESTS MATH: COMMUNICATIONS

55 If there is a date listed, that means you already passed that part of the FCAT STUDENT NAME: NUMBER: CUM. GPA: HPA: MHPA: ADDRESS.GRADE:POINTS:POINTS: BIRTH:24GPA:CREDITS: PHONE: AS OF: RANK: 124/476 MRANK: LOCAL REQUIREMENTS CREDITS CREDITSREQEARNNEED LANGUAGE ARTS MATHEMATICS BIOLOGY PHYSICAL SCIENCE SCIENCE ELECTIVE US HISTORY WORLD HISTORY ECONOMICS AMERICAN GOVT FINE ARTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES TOTAL: TOTAL: DATES PASSED FCAT TESTS MATH:COMMUNICATIONS

56 NOTE: All High School credit courses taken in middle school are included on High School transcript. Middle School Math courses will be listed as High School Elective Credits.

57 State University System Matrix FAMUFAUFGCUFIUFSUNCFUCFUFUNFUSFUWF # OF STUDENTS 13,20729,31312,66147,96641, ,69849,58916,36839,62912,126 GPA SAT V,M,W V,M,W V,M,W V,M,W V,M,W V,M,W V,M,W V.M,W V,M,W V,M,W1475V,M,W ACT NCAA SPORT DIV DIV 1 N/A DIV 2

58 COLLEGE TOUR JUNE 10, 11, 12 LIMITED TO 40 STUDENTS LIMITED TO 40 STUDENTS VISIT 6 OF FLORIDA MOST POPULAR UNIVERSITIES VISIT 6 OF FLORIDA MOST POPULAR UNIVERSITIES 1. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA – GO GATORS 2. FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY – GO NOLES 3. UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA – GO KNIGHTS 4. UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA – SWOOP! 5. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA – GO BULLS 6. FLORIDA GULF COAST UNIVERSITY – GO EAGLES TALK TO AN ADMISSIONS OFFICER, TOUR THE SCHOOL, SEE THE DORMS, EAT AT THEIR FOOD COURT, TALK TO CURRENT STUDENTS TALK TO AN ADMISSIONS OFFICER, TOUR THE SCHOOL, SEE THE DORMS, EAT AT THEIR FOOD COURT, TALK TO CURRENT STUDENTS $ PER STUDENT (NO PARENTS) $ PER STUDENT (NO PARENTS) SEE MR. DEWALT IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE ASAP BECAUSE THIS WILL FILL UP FAST SEE MR. DEWALT IN THE GUIDANCE OFFICE ASAP BECAUSE THIS WILL FILL UP FAST DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS MARCH 1ST DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS MARCH 1ST

59 HOW MUCH DOES IT COST PER YEAR TO ATTEND A 4 YEAR PUBLIC UNIVERSITY IN FLORIDA? (AVERAGE FOR ) CATEGORYCOSTS TUITION & FEES$ BOOKS/SUPPLIES$ COMPUTER/CELL PHONE$ HOUSING$ FOOD$ TRANSPORTATION$ CLOTHING/MAINTENANCE$ PERSONAL/HEALTH INS$ TOTAL BUDGET $20,580.00

60 STATE UNIVERSITY COSTS VS STATE COLLEGE COSTS CATEGORY COSTS AT A 4 YEAR STATE UNIVERSITY COSTS AT A 2 YEAR STATE COLLEE TUITION & FEES$ $ BOOKS/SUPPLIES$ $ COMPUTER/CELL PHONE$ ???? HOUSING$ N/A FOOD$ N/A TRANSPORTATION$540.00???? CLOTHING/MAINTENANCE$680.00???? PERSONAL/HEALTH INS$ ???? TOTAL BUDGET $20,580.00$ AT LEAST

61 HOW DO I PAY FOR THIS???? Go for the Gold!!!!! Earn a Bright Futures Scholarship! Make the grade! Earn good grades in school! At least a 3.0 average! Make the grade! Earn good grades in school! At least a 3.0 average! Earn the score! Take the SAT, ACT, or CPT. Earn the score! Take the SAT, ACT, or CPT. Stay Clean! Cannot have felony charge. Stay Clean! Cannot have felony charge. Perform Community Service hours. Perform Community Service hours. BRIGHT FUTURES REQUIREMENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BY ANNUAL REVIEW OF THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.

62 Florida Academic Scholars (FAS) Pays approximately 100% of tuition only or about $ per year at a university or $1830 at a state college. Pays approximately 100% of tuition only or about $ per year at a university or $1830 at a state college. 3.5 GPA in 15 core courses – College Prep (Can use 3 extra credits of Academic courses to raise GPA) 3.5 GPA in 15 core courses – College Prep (Can use 3 extra credits of Academic courses to raise GPA) 100 Hours of Community Service 100 Hours of Community Service At UF the cost per credit hour, including fees, is $ (UCF=$207.36, FSU=$216.53). Bright Futures pays $ per credit hour for the FAS. At UF the cost per credit hour, including fees, is $ (UCF=$207.36, FSU=$216.53). Bright Futures pays $ per credit hour for the FAS. BRIGHT FUTURES REQUIREMENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BY ANNUAL REVIEW OF THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.

63 Florida Academic Scholars (FAS) Required Test Scores Florida Academic Scholars (FAS) Required Test Scores SAT1290 (Verbal & Math) SAT1290 (Verbal & Math) ACT 29 (Composite Score) BRIGHT FUTURES REQUIREMENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BY ANNUAL REVIEW OF THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.

64 Florida Medallion Scholars (FMS) Pays approximately 75% of tuition only or about $ at a university per year or $1410 at a state college or $1830 at a state college AA degree program. Pays approximately 75% of tuition only or about $ at a university per year or $1410 at a state college or $1830 at a state college AA degree program. 3.0 GPA in 15 core courses – College Prep (Can use 3 extra credits of Academic courses to raise GPA) 3.0 GPA in 15 core courses – College Prep (Can use 3 extra credits of Academic courses to raise GPA) 75 Hours of Community Service 75 Hours of Community Service At UF the cost per credit hour, including fees, is $ (UCF=$207.36, FSU-$216.53). Bright Futures pays $75.00 per credit hour for the FMS. At UF the cost per credit hour, including fees, is $ (UCF=$207.36, FSU-$216.53). Bright Futures pays $75.00 per credit hour for the FMS. BRIGHT FUTURES REQUIREMENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BY ANNUAL REVIEW OF THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.

65 Florida Medallion Scholars (FMS) Required Test Scores SAT 1170 (Verbal & Math) ACT 26 (Composite Score) BRIGHT FUTURES REQUIREMENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BY ANNUAL REVIEW OF THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.

66 Florida Gold Seal Vocational Scholars (GSV) Pays approximately 75% of tuition only or about $ per year. Pays approximately 75% of tuition only or about $ per year. 3.0 GPA in 15.5 credits required for graduation 3.0 GPA in 15.5 credits required for graduation 3.5 GPA In 3 vocational credits earned in one vocational program 3.5 GPA In 3 vocational credits earned in one vocational program SAT 440 Verbal and 440 Math or SAT 440 Verbal and 440 Math or ACT 18 Reading, 17 English, 19 Math or ACT 18 Reading, 17 English, 19 Math or CPT 83 Reading, 72 Algebra, 83 Sentence Skills CPT 83 Reading, 72 Algebra, 83 Sentence Skills Only good for 90 college credit hours Only good for 90 college credit hours BRIGHT FUTURES REQUIREMENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BY ANNUAL REVIEW OF THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.

67 FLVC.ORG High school students, can use the services provided on this website to help plan and track educational progress in Florida! Determine career objectives Determine career objectives Evaluate high school progress Evaluate high school progress See high school course summary and grades See high school course summary and grades Learn about higher ed opportunities in Florida Learn about higher ed opportunities in Florida Apply to college online Apply to college online Choose the right major Choose the right major Access college transcripts Access college transcripts and grades Track progress towards college Track progress towards collegegraduation

68 25 College Majors with the Lowest Unemployment Rates (This is a good thing!) 1. Medical technology technician 1.4% 1. Medical technology technician 1.4% 2. Nursing 2.2% 2. Nursing 2.2% 3. Treatment therapy professions 2.6% 3. Treatment therapy professions 2.6% 4. Medical assisting services 2.9% 4. Medical assisting services 2.9% 5. Agriculture production & management 3.0% 5. Agriculture production & management 3.0% 6. Industrial production technologies 3.1% 6. Industrial production technologies 3.1% 7. Pharmacy 3.2% 7. Pharmacy 3.2% 8. Communications & disorders sciences 3.3% 8. Communications & disorders sciences 3.3% 9. Elementary education 3.6% 9. Elementary education 3.6% 10. Special needs education 3.6% 10. Special needs education 3.6% 11. Miscellaneous education 3.7% 11. Miscellaneous education 3.7% 12. Mechanical engineering 3.8% 12. Mechanical engineering 3.8% 13. High school teacher 3.8% 13. High school teacher 3.8% 14. Theology & religious vocations 4.1% 14. Theology & religious vocations 4.1% 15. Management info systems & statistics 4.2% 15. Management info systems & statistics 4.2% 16. General education 4.2% 16. General education 4.2% 17. Health & medical administrative services 4.3% 17. Health & medical administrative services 4.3% 18. Transportation science & technologies 4.4% 18. Transportation science & technologies 4.4% 19. Finance 4.5% 19. Finance 4.5% 20. Physics 4.5% 20. Physics 4.5% 21. PE/health education 4.5% 21. PE/health education 4.5% 22. Criminal justice and fire protection 4.7% 22. Criminal justice and fire protection 4.7% 23. PE/Park & Recreation 4.8% 23. PE/Park & Recreation 4.8% 24. Civil engineering 4.9% 24. Civil engineering 4.9% 25. (tie) Electrical engineering; environmental science; math 5% 25. (tie) Electrical engineering; environmental science; math 5% Source: CBSNEWS.com

69 25 College Majors with the Highest Unemployment Rates (This is not a good thing!) 1. Clinical psychology 19.5% 1. Clinical psychology 19.5% 2. Miscellaneous fine arts 16.2% 2. Miscellaneous fine arts 16.2% 3. United States history 15.1% 3. United States history 15.1% 4. Library science 15.0% 4. Library science 15.0% 5. (tie) Military technologies; educational psychology 10.9% 5. (tie) Military technologies; educational psychology 10.9% 6. Architecture 10.6% 6. Architecture 10.6% 7. Industrial & organizational psychology 10.4% 7. Industrial & organizational psychology 10.4% 8. Miscellaneous psychology 10.3% 8. Miscellaneous psychology 10.3% 9. Linguistics & comparative literature 10.2% 9. Linguistics & comparative literature 10.2% 10. (tie) Visual & performing arts; engineering & industrial management 9.2% 10. (tie) Visual & performing arts; engineering & industrial management 9.2% 11. Engineering & industrial management 9.2% 11. Engineering & industrial management 9.2% 12. Social psychology 8.8% 12. Social psychology 8.8% 13. International business 8.5% 13. International business 8.5% 14. Humanities 8.4% 14. Humanities 8.4% 15. General social sciences 8.2% 15. General social sciences 8.2% 16. Commercial art & graphic design 8.1% 16. Commercial art & graphic design 8.1% 17. Studio art 8.0% 17. Studio art 8.0% 18. Pre-law & legal studies 7.9% 18. Pre-law & legal studies 7.9% 19. Materials engineering and materials science and composition & speech (tie) 7.7% 19. Materials engineering and materials science and composition & speech (tie) 7.7% 20. Liberal arts 7.6% 20. Liberal arts 7.6% 21. (tie) Fine arts and genetics 7.4% 21. (tie) Fine arts and genetics 7.4% 22. Film video & photography arts and cosmetology services & culinary arts (tie) 7.3% 22. Film video & photography arts and cosmetology services & culinary arts (tie) 7.3% 23. Philosophy & religious studies and neuroscience (tie) 7.2% 23. Philosophy & religious studies and neuroscience (tie) 7.2% 24. Biochemical sciences 7.1% 24. Biochemical sciences 7.1% 25. (tie) Journalism and sociology 7.0% 25. (tie) Journalism and sociology 7.0% Source: CBSNEWS.com

70 If you have any questions or concerns, you can visit your guidance counselor before school, during lunch or after school. A - C Mr. Tarini D - I Mrs. Varano J-M Mrs. Turner N-Si Mr. Dewalt Sk-Z Mrs. Lyon 504 Students/Mrs. Arden Academy Coordinator Testing CoordinatorMrs. Lester

71 Your classes will be returning your course selection sheets to the teacher who brought you to the assembly, by February 22 nd. Remember to attach the LUNAR BLUE AP course selection sheet to your GOLDENROD Park Vista course selection sheet if you applied and were accepted into AP classes! We will see you in guidance in April to review your selections. AND remember……. your courses will be selected by your counselor, WITHOUT your input,if you do not turn in your course selection sheets!! GOOD LUCK!!!!!!! GOOD LUCK!!!!!!!


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