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Preparing for th 11 Grade Scheduling 2016
Standard Diploma Requirements English Math Science History PE Foreign Language, Fine Arts, Career or Technical Education 4 3 3 3 2 2 Finance Electives 1 4
Advanced Diploma Requirements English Math Science History PE Foreign Language Fine Art or Career or Technical Education 4 4 2 3 2 Finance Electives 1 2
Verified Credits Standard Advanced English 2 Mathematics 1 Mathematic s 2 Science 1 Science 2 History 1 History 2 Student Select 1 Total 6 Total 9
~Promotion Policy~ � In order to be promoted to the 11 th grade you MUST have the following: ◦ Successfully completed ten credits including English 10, one math, one science, and one social science. ◦ You MUST also have one verified credit in math, science, and history/social science. (3 total)
Volunteer Hours � Starting with the freshman class of 2013 -2014; all students are required to complete 50 hours of community service by the end of their Senior year. � This is a graduation requirement! � Forms can be picked up in guidance and should be turned into your guidance counselor asap. � Forms can also be found on: http: //www. spsk 12. ne t/community-service -info/
English Options English 11 Honors English 11 AP Language and Composition Completion of English 10 B or better in English 10 or Honors English 10 B or better in English 10
Math Options Algebra II Honors Algebra II and Trig Completion of Geometry B or better in Geometry and Algebra I Mathematical Analysis Completion of Algebra II Probability and Statistics Completion of Algebra II Discrete Math Completion of Algebra II AP Statistics B or better in Algebra II DC Pre Calculus B or better in Algebra II, Must score 50 or better on math placement test at PDCCC (6 college credits)
Science Options Ecology Algebra I, Biology, Earth Science Oceanography Algebra I, Biology, Earth Science Chemistry C or better in Algebra II or in Algebra II Honors Chemistry B or better in Algebra II or in Algebra II
History Options US/VA History Completion of W. H. II Honors US/VA History B or better in W. H. II AP US History B or better in W. H. II DC US History B or better in W. H. II, completion of the COMPASS test at PDCCC (6 college credits) DC Western Civilization COMPASS test at PDCCC DC Psychology B or better in English 10, COMPASS test at PDCCC (6 college credits)
Health/PE �HPE 9 �HPE 10/Drivers Ed.
Economics and Personal Finance Everyone MUST take economics and personal finance.
Foreign Language Options Spanish III Latin III French III Sign Lang. III Spanish IV* Latin IV* French IV* DC Sign Lang. IV* Honors Spanish V* AP Spanish* Latin V* French V*
SEQUENTIAL ELECTIVE � Sequences studies. � Example: are listed in the program of JROTC I, JROTC II ART I, ART II
Fine Arts Options Art III Intermediate Orchestra Advanced Orchestra Beginning Chorus Intermediate Chorus Advanced Chorus Theatre II Beginning Band Intermediate Band Advanced Band Music Theory
Career or Technical Education Options Business Law Keyboarding Applications Accounting Computer Information Systems Office Administration Word Processing Design, Multimedia, & Web Technologies Foundations of Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Introduction to Animal Systems Agricultural Business Fundamentals Agricultural Business Operations Marketing Fashion Marketing Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation II Resource Management Life Planning Introduction to Health and Medical Sciences Technology Foundations � Technology Transfer � Communication Systems � Technical Drawing and Design � Engineering Drawing and Design � Architectural Drawing and Design � Graphic Communication Systems � Digital Visualization � DC Virginia Teachers for Tomorrow II � Education for Employment II � Entrepreneurship Education
Pruden Center � Auto Service Technology I and II � Building Trades I and II � Collision Repair Technology I and II � Cosmetology I and II � Culinary Arts I and II � Early Childhood Education I and II � Veterinary Assistant I and II � Welding I and II � DC Modeling and Simulation Support Specialist I and II � Certified Internet Webmaster � Emergency Medical Technician � Geospatial Technology I � Nurse Aide � PC Technology � Utility/Heavy Construction
Paul D. Camp Community College (PDCCC) General Studies Diploma Program Four Year Plan of Study for Students Seeking a General Studies Associate Degree at PDCCC THIS IS A SAMPLE.
ACP for MS and HS
Ms. Wolfe Career Coach SOAR Program
Colleges want to see more than academics. Ask yourself these questions… What does your resume / activity log look like? Are you involved? Athletics Clubs Co-Curricular Activities Community teams or activities Are you in a Leadership position? Do you participate in Community Service? Do you have a part time job? What are your dreams and aspirations for the future?
Eligibility: NCAA & NAIA � NCAA Eligibility Center ◦ Certifies whether a prospective college athlete is eligible to play sports at NCAA Division I or II institutions. ◦ Students should register at the beginning of their Junior Year but some register later. There is no registration deadline, but students must be cleared before they receive athletic scholarships or compete at Division I or II institutions. ◦ Fee $75 ◦ See Handout for details.
What is YOUR next step? Take PSAT in Fall of Junior Year Practice for SAT Learn about academic strengths Use results to work on weak academic areas Test offered only once a year Think about taking the SAT (after taking Algebra II) and/or ACT (after taking chemistry). Fee wavers are available to those who qualify for free and reduced lunch and your family income falls within the Income Eligibility Guidelines set by the USDA Food and Nutrition Service Explore your career options and plan for the future: www. vawizard. org
Advice for High School � Take most rigorous courses YOU can. � Select course programs with YOUR interests. � Maintain highest grades possible. GPA is important. � Get involved in athletics or activities. � Devote some time to meaningful community service. � Develop clear goals for future. � Ask for help. E-mail colleges for information.
Workplace Readiness Skills Personal Qualities & People Skills � Positive work ethic � Integrity � Teamwork � Self-representation � Diversity Awareness � Conflict Resolution � Creativity & Resourcefulness
Workplace Readiness Skills Professional Knowledge & Skills � Speaking & Listening � Reading & Writing � Critical Thinking & Problem Solving � Health & Safety � Organizations, Systems & Climates � Lifelong Learning � Job Acquisition & Advancement � Time, Task & Resource Management � Mathematics � Customer Service
Workplace Readiness Skills Technology Knowledge & Skills � Job-specific Technologies � Information Technology � Internet Use & Security � Telecommunications
Transcript Requests: New Format �Parchment � Link via spsk 12. net � Online access to most colleges. � Parchment account numbers can be accessed through guidance