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Turner High School Enrollment for the 2020 - 2021 School Year
Enrollment Resources • Online (Turner High School -> Parent & Student Resources -> Academics & Enrollment) https: //www. turnerusd 202. org/our-schools/turner-high-school/student-life/guidance/thsenrollment • This presentation is posted • Course Description Handbook • Course Listing Sheet • Transcript in Infinite Campus • Academic Plan will be created in Infinite Campus today
Course Description Handbook This book includes all the courses offered at THS. It is posted on the THS website.
2020 -2021 Course Listings If there is an asterisk (*) by a course, that means there is a prerequisite you must meet to enroll in the class. Check the Course Handbook to determine if you are eligible or the description also shows at the top of your Academic Plan.
THS Graduation Requirements *See pages 7 & 10 in the course book for details!
Valedictorian/Salutatorian • Student who has the highest eight-semester grade point average will be Valedictorian • Student who has the second highest eight-semester grade point aver will be Salutatorian • Must Be a Kansas Scholars Curriculum Completer
Career & Technical Education (CTE) Career Pathways What is a Career Pathway? A pathway is a sequence of classes that help you prepare for education and careers in current or emerging professions. If you take 3 credits in a pathway you can be a pathway completer. *1 will be a class that lets you apply the job skills you’ve learned! What are the benefits of completing a pathway? Pathways teach you important career skills, give you real experience, let you “try out” various careers before you graduate, and can give you free college credits & certifications!
Career & Technical Education (CTE) Career Pathways 1. Mobile Equipment Maintenance (Automotive Technology) 2. Manufacturing/Maintenance (Building Trades) 3. Business Entrepreneurship & Management 4. Business Finance (Accounting) 5. Business Marketing & Advertising 6. Early Childhood Development and Services 7. Family, Community and Consumer Services 8. Teacher Training 9. Culinary Arts and Management 10. Fashion, Apparel and Interior Design 11. Graphic Design 12. AV Communications (Audio/Video and Journalism) 13. Web and Digital Communications 14. Programming and Software Development 15. Health Science/Medical These pathways offer opportunities for practical experience. Seniors may be offered internships in an area business as the culmination of their study in these areas. Pre-requisite coursework begins as early as 9 th grade, so planning ahead is key. Students considering further study in these areas after high school, students needing skills to work their way through college, or students desiring to enter the full-time work force after graduation should consider taking classes in these CTE Career Pathways.
TEC (KCKCC Technical Education Center) High school students who earn TEC credit hours with dual credit could come back to TEC after high school to complete the training program. See your counselor before March 1 st to start the process. • • Auto Collision • Auto Technology • • Building & Property Maint. • • Commercial & Residential Equip. • • • Computer Support Construction • Cosmetology • Culinary Arts • Drafting Technology • • • Electrical Technology Early Childhood Heating & Refrigeration Health Careers (CNA) Machine Technology Medical Assistant Mulitmedia/Video Nail Technology Office Assistant Welding Technology
College Credit in High School Concurrent Credit Courses – These are classes at THS in which approved high school teachers teach at the college level during the normal school day and students enrolled may be eligible to obtain college credit if they meet prerequisites and placement scores. Dual credit - Classes in which a high school student travels to the college campus to take courses prior to graduation during the academic year or in summer. More information is in your Course Description Handbook. Steps to apply, test (if applicable), and enroll are available in the Counseling Center.
College Credit in High School Depends upon Staffing FREE– Taught at THS • • • Auto (pending) Carpentry I Criminal Justice TUITION– Taught at THS • • • Teaching as a Career Some Computer Programming • • Adv. Anatomy Adv. English 11 & 12 College Alg. /Stats/Pre. Calc/Calc. I/Calc. II French III-IV Rec. Team Sports/Swimming Dual credit – Classes in which a high school student travels to the college campus to take courses prior to graduation during the academic year or in summer.
Credit Recovery • Summer School (Info available in May) • Enroll in Virtual Lab course: VP 22000 -VP 22005 If you are not on grade level, you MUST enroll in summer school. Sophomores – 5 credits (8. 5 2 nd semester) Juniors – 11 credits (14. 5 2 nd semester) Seniors – 18 credits (21. 5 2 nd semester)
Enrichment Credit • Summer School (Info available in May) Online courses (Beyond the Bell) are available for credit recovery and/or classes that you have not taken. • Summer College/Certificate Credit CNA course (11 th grade only) & other college courses can be taken during the summer that will also count as high school credits. Speak with your counselor. • Early Graduation Speak with your counselor if you are interested in graduating early.
Enroll Yourself for Next Year Complete within 2 days of this presentation. Your counselor will meet with you individually in the coming weeks. Complete your academic plan in Infinite Campus.
• Log into Infinite Campus at https: //turnerusd 202. infinitecampus. org/campus/portal/students/ turner. jsp.
• Choose Academic Plan.
You can complete your Post Grad plans if you know them and then click Proceed.
You can read course descriptions from the drop down menu at the very top of the page. It will show fees, pre-requisites, and descriptions.
Your previous courses will be listed. Here is a description of the rows and columns: Grade: 09 # of credits earned or planned/7. 00 English (# of credits earned or planned/# of credits needed to graduate) # of credits earned or planned/# of credits recommended for that grade Notice alerts and red font meaning something is not correct.
Click in each box and choose a course.
Choose 6 alternates.
Click SAVE. Don’t forget to SAVE!