Presentation on theme: "Welcome to the State College High School South Building Graduating Class of 2019."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome to the State College High School South Building Graduating Class of 2019
Course Selection and Registration for Class of 2019 February 2015 Presenters: Susan Marshall Alice Ball Tanya Anderson Carissa Bailey
General Registration Timeline February- receive directions for course registration/course selection guide. Your course requests are due by March 6 th at Registrar’s Office. August – receive your schedules online and window of opportunity to make adjustments. Schedule changes are limited once school starts. *FRESHMEN ORIENTATION IN AUGUST *
Two Points of View Short Term: What you need to know to schedule classes for next year. Long Term: What you need to know & think about to plan for the next four years of high school and for life after high school.
Science Options: Advanced Earth Systems Science I Earth Systems Science I Earth Systems Science Adv. Biology 1 – must meet the prerequisites for Math Adv. ESS1 and Adv. Bio 1
Physical Education and Health PE OPTIONS: PE 9 (.50 Credit) Health OPTIONS: Health 1 (.50 Credit)
World Languages OPTIONS: - Spanish - French - German - Arabic - Latin - Mandarin Chinese ( through LE contract )
OTHER ELECTIVES Art Family and Consumer Science Music Technology Education CTC LE (Learning Enrichment)
HOW TO REQUEST COURSES Fill out the Course Registration Form – handout Choose core courses (including World Language) Choose electives You must have at least 6.0 credits on your schedule, we recommend at least 7.0 credits. Due March 6 th at Registrar’s Office
Typical Daily Schedule for 9 th Grade 6.0 credits required at a minimum, 7.0 credits recommended.
Graduation Requirement Specific Topics 22.5 Credits are required to graduate from High School, however, there are some special considerations. 1. Colleges Have Different Requirements World Language – typically 2 yrs. required, but 3 or more recommended for 4 yr. colleges. Math ? Science ? Fine Arts ? 2. Requirements For NCAA – 16 Core Course Rule for Division I & II (NCAA.org)
How to Read the Guide CourseCodeCredit Periods per week SemesterDescription F262 or S262 0.505 meets for half year. Suggested Grade Levels, Prerequisites* And Course Description Y2061.05 meets all year. Suggested Grade Levels, Prerequisites* And Course Description Name of Course Example: F 262 – FALL Semester class S 262 - SPRING Semester Class Y 206 - YEAR Long Class.50 - Credit or 1.0 Credit 5 - days per week * Prerequisites are not negotiable
Where is it???? HOW TO FIND THE COURSE SELECTION GUIDE ONLINE Links may be found on the left side of the high school webpage
Remember Talk over your course selection with your parents/guardians. Remember, you are building your high school transcript which will be used for college, job, military and scholarship opportunities. Grades count! Get Involved In clubs, sports and activities.
Contact Information Thank you for attending! Feel free to email or call us with questions: Heather Card @ Registrar’s Office: email@example.com@scasd.org or 231-1017 Cheryl Price @ Delta - firstname.lastname@example.org Susan Marshall @ HSN - email@example.com@scasd.org