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Title: Leigh High School

Leigh High School
  • Class of 2009
  • Mrs. Chaboya Mrs.Sharp Mr. Pratt
  • A - G H - O P - Z

Review Transcript
  • Make sure transcript is accurate.
  • Make corrections on transcript and turn it in
    before you leave.
  • Communication
  • School Loop
  • Web-site www.leigh.cuhsd.org

Graduation RequirementsClass of 2009
  • English 40
  • Social Science 30
  • Math (Algebra 1) 20
  • Science 20
  • Physical Education 20
  • Fine Art 10
  • Applied Art 10
  • Foreign Language 10
  • 30 units using two categories
  • General Electives 60
  • Total 220
  • Pass the High School Exit Exam

California High School Exit Exam
  • All students must pass the CAHSEE exam
  • Juniors who have not passed the CAHSEE will
    retake the exam on
  • February 5th English
  • February 6th Math
  • CAHSEE Prep info is on the leigh website prep
    booklets are available in the main office.

Alternative Options
  • Students deficient units should make an
    appointment with their Guidance Advisor to
    discuss a graduation plan.
  • Graduation plan may include
  • Summer school
  • Metropolitan Adult Education Program (Night
    School) During 12th grade only
  • BYU Independent Study (max 2 classes for HS
  • CCOC up to 15 credits per semester
  • California Proficiency Exam (16 years of age)
  • GED (18 years of age)
  • West Valley College Courses

CSU UCA G High School Course
RequirementsMust earn a C or better
  • A. Social Science 2 years
  • B. English 4 years
  • C. Mathematics 3 years
  • D. Lab. Science 2 years
  • E. Foreign Language 2 years
  • F. Visual Perf. Arts 1 year
  • G. College-prep Elective 1 year
  • Total 15 year long courses
  • Minimum Requirements!

Repeating High School Courses
  • Courses used to satisfy the A-G requirements in
    which the student earns a D or F grade must be
    repeated with a grade of C or higher.
  • The repeated grades are used in calculating the
  • UC CSU campuses will NOT accept BYU online
    courses for Lab Science (Bio., Chem., Physics)
    and Visual Performing Arts.

NCAA Clearinghouse
  • www.ncaaclearinghouse.net
  • Students who plan to participate in NCAA Division
    I or II athletics in college.
  • Start the process at the end of the junior year
    or the beginning of the senior year.
  • Student Release Form
  • Official High School Transcript
  • SAT test scores 9999 NCAA number
  • Authorize release of information to any college
  • www.dynamitesports.com

Private or Independent Colleges
  • Students must request these applications
  • Deadlines and Fees vary
  • Entrance Requirements vary
  • Essay
  • Letters of recommendation are often required (at
    least 2 3 wk notice) Senior Info Sheet
  • Require SATs or ACT test scores

Community College Entrance Requirements
  • High school diploma or 18 years old
  • Apply Spring Semester of Senior Year
  • Transfer Programs
  • Early Admission Program West Valley College

High School Grade Point Average
  • CSU UC average the grades for all college prep
    courses completed after the 9th grade. (Cal Poly
    uses 9 - 12)
  • (P) on transcript indicates college prep
  • (10-12) Academic Weighted GPA from the Leigh
  • UC will require a minimum of 3.0 GPA.

Advanced Placement Exams
  • Purpose of taking AP courses is to prepare
    students for the AP exams.
  • AP Exams will be administered in May 2008.
  • Cost - 84.00

College Entrance Examinations
  • SAT Reasoning Test (CSU UC)
  • Critical Reading 800
  • Mathematics 800
  • Writing 800
  • Total 2400
  • ACT (with writing for the UC) 36
  • SAT Subject Exams (UC)
  • TWO SAT Subject exams in two different subject
    areas History, English Literature, Math (Level
    2), Laboratory Science or Language other than
  • Register on-line www.collegeboard.com

Additional Testing Details
  • PSAT results will be available in December.
  • Juniors must plan to take the SAT Reasoning test
    as early as January.
  • SAT Subject tests should be taken soon after
    courses are completed i.e. Chemistry, History,
  • You still need to review prepare for the
    subject exams.

Report SAT Scores
  • Enter school codes to have your scores sent to
    the colleges.
  • Part of the registration fee
  • 4 school codes (Free)
  • Scores can be sent to any CSU campus using one
    code 3594 only one fee.
  • If scores are not reported, you will have to pay
    separately for each score.
  • CSU takes best combined scores.
  • UC takes the best scores from one sitting.

SAT/ACT Prep Class
  • Kaplan
  • 1-800-kap-test or E-mail www.kaptest.com
  • Princeton Review
  • 1-800-2review or E-mail www.PrincetonReview.com
  • E Group General E-mail Addresswebmaster_at_eversgr
  • Go to room 32 for more information.

ACT Test
  • Colleges will accept either SAT Reasoning or ACT
  • ACT Plus Writing scores must be submitted to the
    UC college campus(es) of choice.
  • ACT Test includes English, Math, Reading and
    Science reasoning.
  • Register on-line www.actstudent.org

Early Assessment Program(EAP)
  • STAR Test
  • Take exam seriously
  • Exempt from English Placement Test
  • Exempt from Math Placement Test
  • This is only for the CSU System

Review Handouts
  • Career Exploration Sheet
  • College Admission Handbook
  • MAA Information
  • Junior Newsletter
  • Private Independent Colleges
  • Community Colleges
  • NCAA Clearinghouse
  • Testing dates
  • Calendar

Community Service Hours
  • Colleges/Scholarships
  • Meaningful activities
  • Prolonged commitment
  • Keep track of community service hours.
  • Download community service hours log from the
    Leigh High School website.
  • This is not a graduation requirement.

College Career Center
  • Located in Room 32.
  • Open Monday Friday during lunch
  • Staffed by parent volunteers
  • College Information
  • SAT ACT Information
  • Scholarships
  • Community Service Opportunities
  • Financial Aid Information
  • Internships/ Jobs

  • Q A
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