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Title: Peachtree Ridge High School


1
Peachtree Ridge High School Welcomes the Class
of 2009 to Sophomore Night
2
Counselors Corner Staff
Kay Holleman 11th 12th Grades Dr. Sharon
McWhorter 11th 12th Grades Judy Lowder
11th 12th Grades Jennifer Parker 10th Grade
Special needs Nikki Johnson 9th
Grade Donna Thomas Graduation Coach Joanne
DuVall Special Assignments Maggie Turner
Clerks Cindy Hardeman Shirley Burmaster
3
College Prep Requirements
  • 4 units of Language Arts
  • 4 units of Math (see handout for sequences)
  • 3 units of SS (World History, US History and
  • Political Systems/Economics)
  • 3 Units of Science (Bio, Chem, Physics)
  • 2 units of the same foreign language
  • (at the high school level)
  • 5 elective units
  • 1 unit in fine arts, computers, business or
    additional foreign language
  • Intro. to Lifetime Fitness/Health

4
Technical Diploma Requirements
  • 4 units of Language Arts
  • 3 units of Math (Concepts of Problem Solving,
    Concepts of Algebra, Informal Geometry or
    Money Mgt)
  • 3 units of SS (World History, US History and
    Political Systems/Economics)
  • 3 units of Science (Bio., Chem., Physics)
  • 4 elective units
  • -1 unit in fine arts, computers, business or a
    foreign language
  • Intro. to Lifetime Fitness/Health
  • 4 units in a technical concentration

5
Technical Units
  • 4 Units for Technology / Combination Seal

3 Must be in concentrated area 1.0 unit needs to
be same class
Technical Areas Technology Education Business
Education Marketing Cooperative Business
Education Family Consumer Science ROTC Maxwe
ll Grayson
Example Business Education

Business Concepts
Multimedia
Tech Drafting
Computer Applications
6
Diploma With a Seal of Distinction
  • College Prep needs 2 additional units in core
    courses and/ or Fine Arts
  • Technical needs 1 additional unit in a
  • core course and/or the Fine Arts
  • Cumulative GPA of 80 or above

7
Testing
  • Gateway -10th
  • Georgia High School Graduation Test -11th
  • PSAT -Fall of 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
  • SAT -Spring of 11th
  • ACT -spring of 11th
  • SAT II -optional
  • ASSET -2 year/ technical college
  • Compass -2 year/ technical college
  • AP Exams

8
Counseling Website
9
  • Use portfolio throughout HS career.
  • Guests can be invited to view portfolio.

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Assists with Post-Secondary Searches Letters of
Recommendation
13
Letters of Recommendation
14
CareerMatchmaker
15
SKILLS
16
  • Career Cruising College Searches
  • research any college in the US
  • Research Admissions and Enrollment information

17
  • Recommendation
  • Research varies colleges
  • Beaware of college expectations
  • which includes rigor of curriculum

18
What is Marketing Education?
19
Purpose of Marketing Education
  • To prepare students for postsecondary education
    and careers in marketing, management and
    entrepreneurship.
  • Meet the education and training needs of those
    who have employment goals in marketing and
    business
  • Also for those interested in other career field
    and wish to acquire marketing skills as part of
    their preparation for that field.

20
Classroom Marketing Instruction
  • Outcome-Based Curriculum the curriculum is
    composed of outcome-based competencies.
    Therefore, the teaching/learning focus is on the
    final results rather than the process.
  • Students take charge of their own learning by
    using technology to research topics, to collect
    data, and to present information orally and in
    written form.

21
Co-Curricular Student Organization
  • Participation in DECA, an Association of
    Marketing Education Students provides a way for
    students to employ higher order thinking skills,
    to interact with high-level business people and
    to enhance their leadership skills through
    participation in local activities and in
    regional, state and national competitive events.

22
Marketing Internship Program
  • Work-Based Learning Provide a depth and breadth
    of learning experiences. It allows students to
    apply the concepts learned in the classroom in
    the real world. Students are exposed to a variety
    of careers and learn work ethics and soft skills.
  • Students receive real world experience combined
    with classroom instruction to further their head
    start on their chosen career.

23
What employers are looking for..
  • Communication skills (verbal written)
  • Honesty/integrity
  • Interpersonal skills (relates well to others)
  • Motivation/initiative
  • Strong work ethic
  • Teamwork skills (works well with others)
  • Analytical skills
  • Flexibility/adaptability
  • Computer skills
  • Detail-oriented

24
Instructional Programs Include
  • Marketing Principles and Practices
  • Fashion Marketing
  • International Marketing
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Promotion In Marketing
  • Sports and Entertainment Marketing

25
MarketingEducation Defined
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Georgia College 411
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HOPE Scholarship Changes for the Class of 2007
  • Students must have a 3.0 average for CP diplomas
    or a 3.2 average for Technical diplomas.
  • Hope GPA eligibility and weighting of courses
    determined by the Georgia Student Finance
    Commission
  • Core credits counted to calculate all credits
    attempted in English, Math, Science, Social
    Studies, and Foreign Language (CP only), core
    electives included
  • Courses weighted in GPA calculation in AP only.
  • Covers tuition, fees, book allowance at Georgia
    public institutions
  • Pays 3000.00 a tuition equalization to Georgia
    private institutions
  • Based on grades, not on need
  • Must maintain a 3.0 GPA in college

32
HOPE Grant
  • Available to technical college students enrolled
    in a diploma or certificate program
  • Pays all of students tuition, mandatory fees,
    and book allowance
  • Complete the FAFSA if interested

33
An 80 is NOT necessarily a 3.0
  • Course grade 100
  • Course grade 70
  • 170 / 2 85
  • Converted to a 4.0 scale
  • Course grade 4
  • Course grade 1
  • 5 / 2 2.5

Academic GPA includes all academic courses LA,
SS, SC, Math, and Foreign Language (see
worksheet in handout for assistance on how to
calculate your academic GPA)
34
How to figure your academic GPA
  • Used for college admissions and HOPE scholarship

Academic GPA includes all academic courses LA,
SS, SC, Math, and Foreign Language Grade in
class Convert to a 4.0 scale 90 -100 4
80 89 3 73 79 2 70
72 1 69 below 0 (see worksheet in
handout for assistance on how to calculate your
academic GPA)
35
Creating Success
  • One Step at a Time!

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Choices, Choices, Choices
  • College Prep Diploma
  • Technical Diploma
  • Dual Diploma
  • College Prep with Distinction
  • Technical Diploma with Distinction

38
Dual Diploma
  • Provides students with College Prep Courses AND a
    Technical Skill
  • More employers are desiring Gray Collar Workers
  • Provides Rigor-transfer of skills
  • Students can obtain credentials

39
Where the Jobs Are.
  • By 2008, careers requiring two-year degrees are
    projected to grow at twice the rate of the
    overall job market.
  • Source Bureau of Labor Statistics

40
2004-2014 Fastest Growing Occupations
  • Home Health Aide-56
  • Network Systems and Data Communications
    Analyst-55
  • Medical Assistant-52
  • Physician Assistant-50
  • Computer Software Engineer-48
  • Physical Therapist Assistant-44
  • Dental Hygienist-43
  • Source Ga. DOL Long-term Occupational Outlook

41
3 1
  • 3 Units in 1 Area of Technical Education
  • PLUS..1 Unit in an additional area

42
Business Information Technology
  • Computer Applications
  • Accounting I
  • Accounting II
  • Banking
  • Business Data Applications
  • Business Document Processing
  • Business Law

43
Business Information Technology
  • Business Management
  • Finance
  • International Business
  • Investing
  • Multimedia
  • Risk Management Insurance

44
Communication Technologies
  • Video Broadcast Journalism I-VII

45
Computer Science
  • Computer Programming
  • AP Computer Programming
  • CISCO
  • IT Foundations
  • Web Development and Design

46
Family and Consumer Science
  • Introduction to FCS
  • Child Development
  • Design Interior and Fashion
  • Elder Care
  • Family and Child Service Occupations
  • Independent Living
  • Individual and Family Development
  • Nutrition and Food Science
  • Responsible Parenting

47
Marketing Education
  • Marketing Principles
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Fashion Marketing
  • International Marketing
  • Promotion in Marketing
  • Sport and Event Marketing
  • Sport and Event Marketing Management

48
Technology Education
  • Introduction to Technology
  • Mechanical Drafting
  • Architectural Drafting and Design
  • Electronic Systems
  • Engineering Tech Construction
  • Engineering Tech Communication
  • Engineering Tech Manufacturing
  • Engineering Tech Transportation
  • Communication Technology
  • Power and Energy

49
Work Based Learning Opportunities
  • Cooperative Business Education
  • Marketing Internship
  • Apprenticeship

50
Maxwell School of Technology
  • Auto Collision Repair
  • Auto Services
  • Commercial Art
  • CADD
  • Construction
  • Cosmetology
  • Early Childhood Education

51
Maxwell School of Technology
  • Electronics
  • Graphic Communications
  • Horticulture
  • Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice
  • Medical Services
  • Welding

52
Grayson Technical Education Program
  • Biotechnology
  • Commercial Photography
  • Culinary Arts
  • Digital Media, Design and Animation
  • Environmental Horticulture/Landscape Design
  • Environmental Science/Forestry
  • Hospitality/Travel/Tourism
  • Information Technology

53
Grayson Technical Education Program
  • Music Recording
  • Music Technology
  • Public Safety
  • Technical Theatre
  • Veterinarian Technology
  • Video Broadcasting

54
Other Opportunities.
  • Articulation
  • Dual Enrollment
  • Joint Enrollment

55
Looking Forward.
  • Technical School
  • 2-Year College
  • 4-Year College
  • 4-Year Research University
  • Graduate Work
  • Employment

56
Office of Technical Education, Computer Science,
and Apprenticeships
  • Jody Reeves, Director
  • 678-301-7050
  • Jody_reeves_at_gwinnett.k12.ga.us
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