Presentation on theme: "Fall 2014. 24 credits to graduate 1 semester class=.5 credit 1 year class=1 credit Taking 8 classes and pass them all, you will end freshmen year."— Presentation transcript:
24 credits to graduate 1 semester class=.5 credit 1 year class=1 credit Taking 8 classes and pass them all, you will end freshmen year with 8 credits! You need a “D” or 60% to pass No social promotion
4 Years of English 3 Years of Math 2 Years of Health Enhancement Earth Science (During 9 th grade) Biology (During 10 th grade)
1 Credit Fine Arts ◦ Choir, Band, Introduction to Art, Drama… 1 Credit Career and Technical Education ◦ Ag Ed, Welding, Culinary, Personal Finance… American History (11 th grade) U.S. Government (12 th grade) .5 Credit additional Social Studies ◦ Geography, History… 9.5 of your choice! ◦ Something that helps gain experience in a field of interest and with future planning
2 or more years of Foreign Language ◦ French, Spanish, Mandarin Chinese, Arabic Global Studies Course ◦ World History, Geography, Global Issues Seminar, etc. Honors classes The highest level of math you can progress to
Core Course must be HSA specific Principles of Biomedical Science (9 th grade) Human Body Systems (10 th grade) AND/OR Applied Vet Sciences (10 th grade) Medical Interventions (11 th grade) AND/OR Agriculture 3 Biomedical Engineering (12 th grade)
A broad, balanced, challenging curriculum Development of critical‐thinking, problem solving, and reflective skills Development of research skills Development of independent learning skills Development of intercultural understanding A globally recognized university entrance qualification
The Learner Profile promotes the education of the whole person, emphasizing intellectual, personal, emotional and social growth through all domains of knowledge.
◦ MSU offers Sophomore standing to all students completing the diploma and entry into the honors college ◦ University of Montana awards up to 30 credit hours to students for both Standard Level and Higher Level Courses upon completion of the IB Diploma with an overall score of 30. ◦ If interested or have questions please come to IB Parent Night on Oct 8 th, visit the website, or with Cameron Johnson, our IB Coordinator.
Division I: 16 Core Courses Division II: 16 Core Courses 4 years of English3 years of English 3 years of math (algebra 1 or higher level) 2 years of math (algebra 1 or higher level) 2 years of natural or physical science (including one year of lab science if offered) 1 extra year of English, math, or science 2 extra years of English, math or science; 3 extra years if enrolling on or after August 1, 2013 2 years of social science 4 years of additional core courses (from any category above, or in a foreign language, nondoctrinal religion or philosophy) 4 years of additional core courses (from any category above, or in a foreign language, nondoctrinal religion or philosophy);
NCAA core courses definition An academic course in one or a combination of these areas: English, mathematics, natural/physical science, social science, foreign language, comparative religion or philosophy. A four-year college preparatory course and a course at or above the high school's regular academic level, for example, an AP® class or outside college course. Reference sheet
Extracurricular activities Volunteer work Leadership Good grades Good attendance Good behavior Good letters of recommendation (good relationships with your teachers)
Empathize, normalize and make a plan Keep coming to school, be on time, bring materials Check in with the teachers early and often Have an organizational system that works for the student (day planner, apps, checklists, visiting Q, etc.) Seek support from the Counseling Center