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SHS Upcoming 11 th (green), 12 th (pink) Course Registration 2008-09 Last Name:___________________________ First Name: ___________________________M. I. _________ Address:______________________________ City :_____________________________________________ TAP Teacher: ________________Counselor Signature_____________________Current Grade Level_______ CORE CURRICULUM COURSES : English Circle One English 11 English 12 Qualified students will be placed in Honors Eng 11 & Eng 12 AP English 11 Lang & Comp (ACT > 20 & 3.0 GPA) AP English 12 Literature & Comp (ACT > 20 & GPA 3.0) DE English 12 101/102 (ACT > 20 & GPA 3.0) History Circle One US History 11 Qualified students will be placed in Honors History 11 US Government 12 (1/2 credit) Economics 12 (1/2 credit) AP US History (pass Soc St AHSGE & GPA 3.0) DE US Hist. 11 201/202 (GPA 3.0 ) AP US Govt. & Politics (application & GPA 3.0 ) Science Circle One Life Sciences AP Biology must have Biology, Chemistry I & GPA 3.0 DE Biology101/102 must have Biology, Chemistry I & GPA 3.0 Anatomy & Physiology must have Biology & 80 in previous math & science Honors Anatomy & Physiology must have 80 in Chemistry I or H Chemistry I Genetics must have 80 in Biology, Phy Science or Chem I Zoology must have Biology Environmental Science must have Biology & a phy science Marine Biology must have Biology Physical Sciences Chemistry I must have 80 in Alg I & Biology Honors Chemistry I must have 90 in Alg I and Biology Chemistry II must have Chemistry I AP Chemistry must have 80 in Chem I &Alg II/Trig &GPA 3.0 DE Chemistry must have 80 in Chem I &Alg II/Trig &GPA 3.0 Principles of Physics must have Algebra I Physics must have Algebra II/Trig AP Physics C: Mechanics - 1st sem - must have 80 in Alg II/Trig & Precalculus & GPA 3.0, need Physics AP Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism - 2nd sem - must have 80 in Alg II/Trig & Precalculus & GPA 3.0, need Physics Earth and Space Science must have Biology & a phy science ELECTIVES: CIRCLE 4 *Free Calhoun Community College Credit English Electives Creative Writing Writers Workshop Literature/ Mythology to Shakespeare Literature/ Great Books Journalism I Journalism II/Lit Magazine ( application ) Journalism III /Newspaper ( application) Yearbook Production ( application ) Mass Media Literacy Public Speaking Intro to TV Production/Broadcasting I TV Production must have Intro TV Production (application) Theatre, Vocal, and Band Theatre I/Drama I - fine art Theatre II/Interm Drama must have Theatre I- fine art Theatre III/Advanced Drama ( audition) - fine art Acting/Musical Theatre (audition) - fine art Designing & Technical Theatre (approval) - fine art Vocal I/Choir I - fine art Vocal II/Interm Choir must have Vocal I- fine art Vocal Ensemble/Adv Choir (audition) – fine art Marching Band (1st sem) audition) – fine art Symphonic Band I (2nd.sem.) (audition) fine art Band Color Guard (1st sem) (audition) – fine art Instrumental I/Adv Techniques (approval) - fine art Instrumental II/Percussion Ensemble (approval)–fine art Foreign Language French I must have 80 in English French II must have 75 in Fr I French III must have 80 Fr II French IV must have 80 Fr III Spanish I must have an 80 in English Spanish II must have 75 in Span I Spanish III must have 80 Span II Spanish IV must have 80 Span III Social Studies & Science Electives Contemporary Issues Law in Society Psychology Sociology same as Psychology II World Geography History through Literature Science through Literature Gilder Lehrman Program Great Wars 11 th must have had Civil war Cold War 12 th must have had Civil War Physical Education Boys or Girls General PE Boys or Girls Conditioning PE Aerobics Weight Training Archery (1/2 credit only) ½ Credit Courses ½ credit courses must be paired, see example Drivers Ed. must be 15 yrs old by Aug 1, 2008 Health Ed ACT Preparation Ex: ACT Prep ½ credit Computer Competency and All PEs Personal Finance ½ credit Personal Finance AHSGE Preparation scheduled by counselor Administrative Principles must have Bus Tech Essentials Entrepreneurship & Management must have Business Marketing Essentials Visual Art Visual Art I/Drawing I – fine art Visual Art II/Draw II must have Draw I –fine art Visual Art III/ Advanced drawing - (must have 2 previous fine arts) – fine art Visual Art IV/Painting - fine art * Photography I (application)-fine art Photography II (application) must have photo I -fine art *Photography III/IV (approval) -fine art (see back page) edited 2/1/08 Math Circle One SEE MATH FLOW CHART Algebraic Connections must have Geo A/B OR 80 or below in Geometry Algebra II NO Trig (no adv diploma) must have C or below in Alg Connections Algebra II /WITH Trig must have 80 in Geometry or Algebraic Connections Honors Algebra II/with Trig must have 90 in H Geom Algebra III /Statistics must have 84 or below in Alg II/Trig OR C or below in H Alg II/Trig Pre-Calculus must have 85Alg II/Trig or80 H Alg II/Trig Pre-Calculus for Engineers must have 85 Alg II/Trig or 80 H Alg II/Trig Calculus must have 84 or below Pre-Calculus AP Calculus must have 85 Pre-calculus & ACT >20 &GPA 3.0 DE Calculus 125 must have 85 Pre-calculus &ACT >20 &GPA 3.0 10th Grade Level Core Courses English 10 US History 10 Physical Science Biology Algebra B Geometry A and Geometry B Geometry ACCESS Distance Learning See application for current class offerings (available TAP conferences & SHS web site www.shs.madison.k12.al.us Other Electives Scholars Bowl Leadership
Business/Marketing Technology Personal Finance (1/2 credit) Administrative Principles (1/2 credit) (Bus Ed Technology) Entrepreneurship & Management (1/2 credit) must have Business Marketing Essentials *Integrated Computer Technology *Interactive Multimedia Design Adv Multimedia/Web Design mus t have Interactive Multimedia Design *Accounting Principles Business and Marketing Essentials Marketing Dynamics must have Bus & Marketing Ess Computer Sciences Computer Science Competency (½ credit) Computer Application for Engineers Programming for Engineers must have Algebra I & Computer Applications AP Computer Science must have Programming For Engineers & GPA 3.0 Army JROTC Leadership Training I 9 th -12 th Leadership Training II 10 th -12 th Leadership Training III 11 th -12 th Leadership Training IV 11 th -12 th Electrical/Building Construction technology Grade Horticulture 10-12 Marketing Education Program 11-12 Precision Machining Technology 10-12 Teach Alabama (Early Childhood Education) 10-12 Welding Technology 10-12 Early College Enrollment Program (ECEP) 11-12 COURSE REQUESTS WILL NOT BE PROCESSED WITHOUT ALTERNATE ELECTIVES: 1 st Choice Alternate Elective : ______________________ 2 nd Choice Alternate Elective _____________________ Application, Audition/Tryout, Approval and Honors English and History Courses 1.Check the Sparkman Course Selection Guide for details on course requirements, required fees, and pre-requisites, 2.Students may request application courses but they must also complete an application and turn it in by February 22 nd to the Guidance Office. Applications for selected courses are available on the SHS web site and in TAP conferences Feb 4 th -15 th. A list selected students will be posted outside the Guidance Office by March 7 th. Alternate electives will be requested for students not approved in place of the application class. 3.Students may request courses requiring an audition or try-out. Auditions/tryouts dates and times will be advertised by announcement and on the SHS website. All auditions/tryouts will be completed prior to April 1 st. A list of selected students will be posted outside the Guidance Office by April 1 st. Alternate electives will be requested for students not selected. 3.Students may request approval courses. After March 7 th a list of students requesting the courses will be given to the instructors for approval. A list of selected students will be posted outside the Guidance Office by March 24 th. Alternate electives will be requested for students not selected. 4.Students may NOT sign up for Honors English or Honors History courses. Qualified students will be placed in these courses. Placement testing is required for any interested 9 th grader or transfer student in grades 10 or 11. Students currently in honors English or History must have an 80 average to proceed to the next honors course. Placement testing is March 25-28. See schedule on SHS web site. Students removed from a performance based class will be placed in a physical education class. I (parent/guardian) have reviewed the course descriptions for our selections in the course selection guide. This student meets the prerequisite requirements for the course selections. Any necessary applications have been obtained. Completed applications must be returned by February 22 nd to the guidance Office. My child does_______ does not_________ have an IEP. (Special Education Students Only) My child does_______ does not_________have a 504 plan. My child qualifies and wants to apply for the SEE program. (seniors only)________ My child qualifies and wants to apply for early graduation. (seniors only)_________ Parent Approval: ______________________________________________ Date: _________________ Student signature:_____________________________________________ Agriscience Agri-Metal Fabrication Agri-Power Mechanics Agri-Construction Veterinary Science Horticulture Landscape Design & Management must have Horticulture Consumer Science Family Dynamics Human Dynamics must have Family Dyn Food Dynamics must have Family Dyn Grade Automotive Service Technology 10-12 Career/Technical Cooperative Training Program 11-12 Collision Repair Technology 10-12 Cosmetology 10-12 Culinary Arts and Hospitality 10-12 Drafting Design Technology 10-12 The Madison County Career Technical Center offers courses in career and technical education. Transportation is provided to the Tech Center at no cost to the student With school and parenta1 approva1, students may drive to the Tech Center. Madison County Career Technical Center Areas of Instruction are as follows: (Refer to pages 38-48 in the Madison County Course Catalog 2008-09) Medical Professions Program Introduction Medical Professions Only Medical Academy students can take *Fundamentals of Medical Professions which counts as the required health credit Must be 16 yrs old for internship Medical Academy Students Internship I Medical Academy Students Internship II Medical Academy Students Internship III Advanced Internship IV Engineering Program Only Engineering Academy students may take these courses. Application available TAP conferences. Introduction to Engineering Design - 10 th grade Fundamentals of Engineering I - 11 th grade Fundamentals of Engineering II -1 st sem 12 th grade must have Fundamentals of Engineering I Engineering Research and Design - 2 nd sem 12 th grade
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