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Title: Prospect High School Guidance Department


1
Prospect High School Guidance Department
  • Mrs. Aguiniga A G
  • Ms. Lambert H N
  • Mr. OMalley O Z
  • Mrs. Carlisle Middle College/CCOC
  • Jennifer Keh-Roman Guidance Secretary

2
9th 10th Grade Parent Information Night
  • High School Graduation Requirements
  • Guidance Support Services
  • Testing
  • C.C.O.C.
  • Middle College
  • Community College
  • CSU / UC
  • Q A

3
Graduation Requirements for Class of 2011 2012
  • English 40
  • Social Science 30
  • Math (Algebra 1) 20
  • Science 20
  • Physical Education 20
  • Health 5
  • Fine Art 10
  • Applied Art 10
  • World Language 10
  • General Elective 55
  • Total 220
  • Pass High School Exit Exam
  • 30 units using two categories

4
30 Unit Requirement
World Language
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Applied Art
Fine Art
5
California High SchoolExit Exam
  • Required to receive a Prospect High School
    diploma
  • Sophomores are scheduled to take the CAHSEE exam
    on March 17th 18th
  • Math and English Language Arts
  • Students need to take the exam seriously

6
Class Credits
  • Each class is worth 5 credits per semester
  • Summer school is mandatory if an F is earned in
    a required class
  • Students must stay in their class the entire year
  • Dropping a class results in a Drop F after
    6-week progress report

7
Grade Point Average
  • GPA is used to determine
  • Eligibility to play sports at Prospect
  • Eligibility for college entrance
  • How to calculate GPA?
  • Convert each letter grade to a numeric value
  • A 4 B 3 C 2 D 1 F 0
  • List all of your grades and replace the letter
    grade with the numeric value, add them up and
    divide by the number of classes

8
Grade Check and Progress Reports
  • Weekly Grade Check Cards are located in the
    Student Services Center
  • Cards must be filled out during tutorials
    Thursday Friday
  • Progress Reports are mailed home every six weeks
  • Sports eligibility (minimum 2.0 GPA)

9
School Loop
  • Parents can access homework information via
    School Loop
  • Register for School Loop
  • http//www.schoolloop.com/
  • Email Gail Long at glong_at_cuhsd.org
  • if you need assistance registering

10
Homework Center
Library Monday - Thursday 215 to 400
P.M. Tutors available to help with homework or
it can be a place to study
11
Attendance
  • Parents must call the office to clear absences
    (notes are accepted)
  • 24-hour absence line 558-3068
  • Unexcused absences will affect grades
  • All absences must be cleared within 3 days
  • Students must meet with their teachers during
    tutorial for missed work

12
College Entrance Examinations
  • PLAN
  • Practice test for the ACT
  • Given Fall semester December 2009
  • Measure current academic development
  • Explore career/training options
  • Make plans for the remaining years of high school
    and post-graduation years

13
College Entrance Examinations
  • PSAT
  • Practice test for the SAT
  • Given Fall semester October 2009
  • All juniors should plan to take the PSAT
  • Students may qualify for National Merit
  • Scholarship only if PSAT is taken junior year

14
College Entrance Examinations
  • ACT 36
  • SAT I
  • Verbal 800
  • Math 800
  • Writing 800
  • Composite Total 2400
  • SAT II
  • Two SAT Subject Tests in two different areas
    required for UC admission (check private college
    requirements and department specific
    requirements) Science, Math, English, History,
    Social Studies, and Languages

15
College Entrance Examinations
  • More Test Details
  • Students are required to complete all tests by
    the November sitting
  • SAT Subject tests should be taken soon after
    courses completed in the areas covered by the
    tests
  • Example Biology Honors in 9th grade take the SAT
    Subject Test for Biology in May or June
  • Students are encouraged to take tests early
  • Tests can be taken several times

16
Central County Occupational Center
  • CCOC Representative
  • Students can take a class at CCOC in 11th and
    12th grade
  • Gives students an opportunity to earn High School
    credit while learning a trade
  • Parent Open House March 14th
  • Bus Tour March 25th

17
Community College
  • 109 campus locations in California
  • High School Diploma or 18 years old
  • Placement Exams in English and Math
  • Programs
  • Transfer to a 4-year college
  • Career education vocational
  • Concurrent Enrollment
  • Enrollment Fee

18
College Application Process
  • Community College
  • April
  • CSU / UC
  • October 1 November 30
  • Cost (Fall 2008)
  • UC 60.00 per campus
  • CSU 55.00 per campus
  • CCC Free

19
College AdmissionsA - G Requirements for UC/CSU
  • History 2 years
  • English 4 years
  • Math 3 years
  • Lab Science 2 years
  • Languages 2 years
  • Visual Performing Art 1 year
  • College Prep Elective 1 year
  • Minimum requirements
  • Student must earn a C grade or higher

20
Websites
  • Apply to California State University
  • http//www.csumentor.edu/
  • Apply to University of California
  • http//www.universityofcalifornia.edu/admissions/
  • A - G Course List
  • https//doorways.ucop.edu/list/
  • College and Career Planning in California
  • http//www.californiacolleges.edu/

21
Repeating High School Courses
  • Courses used to satisfy the A - G requirements
    in which the student earns D or F grades must be
    repeated with grades of C or higher.
  • The repeated grades are used in calculating the
    GPA
  • UC CSU will NOT accept BYU online courses for
    Lab Science or Visual Performing Arts

22
From the Guidance Office
  • High School Course Selection
  • UC Application Workshop
  • CSU Application Workshop
  • Assistance with Registration for West Valley
  • and De Anza College
  • Financial Aid Workshop
  • How to complete the FAFSA
  • Class Visits
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • Newsletters

23
Thank You
Go Panthers!
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