Presentation on theme: "Broken Arrow Senior High 2013-2014 Enrollment. Graduation Requirements BA Diploma: 48 Credits English – 4 Years (8 Credits) Math – 3 Years during 9-12."— Presentation transcript:
Graduation Requirements BA Diploma: 48 Credits English – 4 Years (8 Credits) Math – 3 Years during 9-12 Grade (6 credits) Social Studies – 3 Years: OK Hist/Gov, U.S. History, World History (6 credits) Science – 3 Years & must include Biology (6 credits)
Graduation Requirements BA Diploma: 48 Credits Arts – Embedded in English and World History (4 Credits) Electives – 18 Credits – Must meet personal financial literacy requirement Personal Financial Literacy Financial Algebra Online Course – TTCU or Night School
Graduation Requirements College Prep/Work Readiness Students must still earn 48 credits Must follow this plan to be eligible for Oklahoma’s Promise – Free College Tuition in Oklahoma. Must apply by 10 th Grade Students will exceed the requirements for admission to Oklahoma Universities
Graduation Requirements College Prep/Work Readiness What is the same as BA? English – 4 Years Science – 3 Years Social Studies – 3 Years
Graduation Requirements College Prep/Work Readiness What is different from BA? Math – Three Years of math beginning with Algebra I, but students must take Algebra II. Foreign Language or Computer Tech Two Years or 4 Credits One Additional Core Class
NCAA & Student Athletes If you think you might be a college athlete, please go the NCAA Eligibility Center website for important information. www.eligibilitycenter.org Please note: The NCAA does not accept Computer Tech courses. You should plan on taking a Foreign Language.
EOI Requirements Current Oklahoma state law requires students to pass four EOI tests. English 10 – Required Algebra I – Required Two additional tests from the following: English 11, U.S. History, Biology, Geometry, Algebra II
Rank Calculation Calculation for Weighted GPA and Rank RegPAPAP A456 B345 C234 D111 F000
Graduate with Distinction and Honor Graduate Graduate with Distinction: Top 3% of class and meet AP/PAP requirements (see page 5 of BA Course Guide) Honor Graduate: Top 10% of the class
Advanced Placement Courses To enroll in an AP course, you and your parent must: Sign the enrolment card List AP/Pre-AP courses on front of the card. (AP Contract)
Advanced Placement Courses Required summer reading is at the discretion of the individual teacher. There is no longer a district approved summer reading assignment.
Credit Recovery/Failed Classes If you have failed a required class, you will have to make the class up in night school or summer school. You will not be able to enroll in the course at BAHS to make up the credit.
Course Guide Students and parents can access the course guide by going to the BA website at www.baschools.org Click on the “Academics” link at the top of the page Click on “Student Handbooks and Course Planning Guides” Click on “2013 High School Course Planning Guide” The guide will open as a PDF file.
New for 2013 German 1 – No longer offered. German 2- 4 will be offered based on number of requests. !nspire classes are now offered to 11 th and 12 th grade students. !nspire classes are blended online classes. You are assigned a BAHS teacher, but most of your work will be online.
!nspire 21 !nspire commercial http://mm.baschools.org/mm/Specials/Inspire21forWeb.wmv http://mm.baschools.org/mm/Specials/Inspire21forWeb.wmv Requirements: Internet access at home 2.5 GPA Student/Parent signed application returned with enrollment card.
Enrollment Card Return your card to your English teacher by February 28 th Students will meet with a counselor to finalize enrollment. Will come with English class to Counseling Office. Must have a parent signature
Enrollment Card Please pick six primary courses and two alternates. Because there are no schedule changes, you MUST select alternates courses.
Enrollment Card Codes *Designates a course with pre-requisite or application. See course guide. (1)Semester only courses. N Meets NCAA requirements c.c. College core class and meets OK promise requirements. !!nspire course
Enrollment Card If you need an application for a class, come by the counseling office. Office Practice Peer Tutoring Yearbook/Newspaper
Enrollment Card You can not re-take courses you have already taken with the exception of Physical Education classes. Guidelines regarding performance and activity course limits have been established: (a) Not more than six (6) units (12 credits) of performance credits (music, vocal, instrumental, or band) can be applied toward graduation. b) A maximum of four (4) units (8 credits) may be applied toward graduation from any of the following activity credits or combination of activities: Athletics Tiger Pride (Marching band) Cheerleading Physical Education Tigettes See page 5 of the BA Course Guide
Course Num 131 133 I131 English English 11 AP English 12 !nspire 21 English 12 Course Num 121 124 I121 English English 11 AP English 11 !nspire 21 English 11 Social Studies Math Depends on current math class Math Depends on current math class Science Elective Alternate
Tulsa Tech If you are applying to Tulsa Tech, you must still select six classes and alternates. You can write “Applying to Tulsa Tech” on the line below the courses you select.
Concurrent Enrollment To enroll in courses at TCC, you must take the ACT. Pick up application for concurrent enrollment in BAHS counseling office and order an official copy of your transcript. Enroll at TCC. Bring proof of enrollment to BAHS. You must return weekly grade checks. Apply/Enroll Early! (About April 2012)
Concurrent Enrollment Concurrent classes at NSU-BA. While we have not received final confirmation, there will most likely be a an inexpensive concurrent enrollment opportunity through TCC at NSU-BA. Courses will cost approximately $25. This will include the book. Please watch for future announcements.