Presentation on theme: "Class Registration 2012-2013. What’s New New 10 th Grade PE Requirements Athletes may count their sport for PE credit (if they played the same sport in."— Presentation transcript:
What’s New New 10 th Grade PE Requirements Athletes may count their sport for PE credit (if they played the same sport in 9 th grade). Example: Football 10 th grade – 5 credits / Football 11 th grade – 5 credits 0 Period Basketball class for students who will participate on the JV and Varsity teams (boys and girls) Technology Still a 5 credit Technology requirement Do NOT need to take Computer Applications May take Office Apps, Web Design, Intro to Programming, AP Computer Science, Comp. Graphics, Animation, E- Commerce
What’s New Science If you would like to take AP Biology or AP Chemistry, but you did not take Global Science (H), you may sign up for Intro to AP Science in Summer School. (if you meet the prerequisites) Theater Students may earn 2.5 credits for each play in which they participate (act or participate in crew). Students must still audition for each play.
New Classes Intro to Digital Photography (semester) Learn how to take “good” pictures. Vocal Production (CP) (year, 0 period) Learn how to perform and audition for musicals. Sociology of American Pop Music (CP) (semester) Study the relationship between music and culture throughout the 20 th century. AP Computer Science (year) Study JAVA programming as you prepare for the AP Computer Science exam. Financial Math (semester) Learn about credit cards, budgets, loans and more. Math Skills Lab (quarter, semester or year - period 0) Take an individualized, lab-based class to brush up on your math skills. Basketball (fall semester – period 0) For students on the JV or Varsity teams (boys and girls).
Before Inputting Requests Review the Course Selection Guide (online). Complete the Course Selection Worksheet.
Register in Naviance Current Juniors: March 2 – 9 Current Sophomores: March 5 – 9 Current Freshmen: March 7 – 9 “0” period classes and some electives have limited space – first-come, first-served
How to Register Step 1 – Go to the OPHS home page and click on the Naviance link.
How to Register Step 2 – Logon to Naviance. If you do not remember your password, visit the College & Career Center.
How to Register Step 3 – Click on the “Courses” tab. Step 4 - Click on the “course requests” link Step 3 Step 4
How to Register Step 5 – Read all instructions. The screen tells you you MUST register with at least 60 credits (50 credits for seniors). Naviance will NOT let you submit your requests if you pick too many or too few classes. Naviance automatically checks prerequisite grades. If you do not qualify for a class, it will not show up as an option for you. If you sign-up for an Honors/AP class, you must score “Advanced” on the corresponding STAR test.
How to Register Step 6 – Select your choice for “0” period. Space in these classes are limited. If a class is full, you will have the option of putting your name on a wait list or selecting another class. We recommend all student athletes sign up for an academic class for “0” period.
How to Register Step 7 – Select your classes, including electives. For your electives, you will be asked to select alternates. This will tell us which class you want if your first choice does not work in your schedule. Choose 2 semester classes or 2 year classes (not one of each).
How to Register Step 7 – If you are taking a class in “0” period, select “I’m taking this class in 0 period.”
How to Register Step 8 – If you are registered for a “0” period or an after school class – with a total of 60 credits, you may sign up for a Study Hall (or free period if you are a junior or senior) after lunch. This is recommended for our student-athletes.
How to Register Step 9 – Once you have completed all of your selections, click the button “SAVE and VALIDATE Requests” If you made errors, it will tell you what you need to fix. Fix any errors and re-click “SAVE and VALIDATE”.
How to Register Step 9 – If you have selected all of your courses correctly, you will see the message below. Click “SUBMIT FOR APPROVAL.”
Meeting with Counselors You will be meeting individually with your counselor to review your course requests. Please do NOT email or call your counselor with questions. Write your questions down and ask them during your meeting. Below is the schedule.