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Title: Lovejoy High School Registration for 2014-2015


1
Lovejoy High School Registration for 2014-2015
  • Class of 2016
  • Class of 2017

2
Counseling Team
  • Guidance Counselors
  • Amanda Breeden All students A-F
  • Lissa Testa All students G-M
  • Lance Hendrick All students N-Z
  • College and Career Counselors
  • Addison Snyder All students A-K
  • Randy Trevino All students L-Z

3
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4
College and Choices
  • Think about the future when making your choices
  • Top 10 rule (UT top 7)
  • GPA and Rank
  • Tier 1 AP courses
  • Tier 2 PAP courses
  • Tier 3 all other

5
Graduation Requirements
  • 26 credits required for graduation Recommended
    or Distinguished Diploma
  • Successful completion of STAAR EOC
  • English 1, English 2, Algebra I, Biology, US
    History
  • ELA 1 March 31
  • ELA 2 April 1
  • Algebra 1 and Biology May 5-9
  • Senior Project

6
Graduation Plans Side by Side
  • Recommended Distinguished
  • English 4.0 4.0
  • Mathematics 4.0
    4.0
  • Science 4.0 4.0
  • Social Studies 4.0 4.0
  • Lovejoy Leadership 0.5
    0.5
  • Health 0.5 0.5
  • Fine Art 1.0
    1.0
  • Physical Education 1.0 1.0
  • Technology 1.0 1.0
  • Foreign Language 2.0 3.0
  • Additional Electives 4.0 3.0
  • TOTAL CREDITS 26
    26

7
Distinguished Achievement Diploma (DAP)
  • What is an Advanced Measure?
  • A student needs any 4 of the following
  • A Junior year PSAT score that designates them as
    commended or higher
  • A score of 3 or higher on an AP test (each score
    is one advanced measure)
  • A college academic course and Tech Prep
    articulated college course with a grade of 3.0 or
    higher (each 3.0 is one advanced measure)
  • An original research project judged by a panel of
    professionals in the field (only 2 projects can
    be used and the senior project would qualify as
    one)

8
English
  • 10th Grade Options
  • PreAP English II
  • PreAP/GT English II
  • 11th Grade Options
  • PreAP English III
  • AP English Language
  • AP/GT English Language
  • All English courses require summer reading.
  • 10th grade check with current English teacher
    about suggestion for 11th grade.

9
Math
  • Required to Graduate
  • Algebra I
  • Geometry
  • Algebra II
  • 4th year of math
  • All students are required by LHS to continue
    with math through their senior year.
  • Math Options
  • PreAP Geometry
  • PreAP Algebra II
  • PreAP/GT Algebra II
  • PreAP Pre-Calculus
  • PreAP/GT Pre-Calculus
  • AP/GT Calculus AB
  • AP/GT Calculus BC
  • AP/GT Statistics
  • AP Computer Science

10
Math Sequence
  • Math taken this year
  • Pre-AP Algebra 1 ? Pre-AP Geometry
  • Pre-AP Geometry ? Pre-AP Algebra II
  • Pre-AP Algebra II ? Pre-AP Pre-Calculus
  • Pre-AP Pre-Calculus ?AP Calculus AB
    AP Statistics
  • AP Calculus AB ? AP Calculus BC
  • AP Statistics

11
Science
  • 10th Grade Options
  • PreAP Chemistry
  • PreAP/GT Chemistry
  • 11th Grade Options
  • PreAP Physics
  • AP Physics 1

12
Social Studies
  • 10th Grade Options
  • Pre-AP World History
  • AP World History
  • AP/GT World History
  • 11th Grade Options
  • Pre-AP US History
  • AP US History
  • AP/GT US History

AP Courses require summer reading as well as a
minimum of 1 hour of homework each night.
13
Foreign Languages
  • Options
  • Spanish I, II, III, IV, AP Spanish Language, AP
    Spanish Lit.
  • French I, II, III, and AP French Language (IV)
  • Chinese I, II, III, IV
  • American Sign Language I, II, III and IV
  • Consult prospective colleges to learn if ASL
    meets FL requirements
  • DAP
  • 3 credits of the same
  • Recommended
  • 2 credits of the same

14
Technology
  • Options
  • Pre AP Computer Science
  • AP Computer Science A
  • Business Information Management
  • Digital and Interactive Media
  • Animation
  • Advanced Animation
  • Web Technologies
  • Video Technology
  • Mobile Apps Development
  • Any Engineering course
  • Journalism courses (Yearbook, Newspaper,
    Magazine, Broadcast, Photojournalism)
  • Required
  • 1.0 Credit

15
Fine Arts
  • Options
  • Band/Jazz Band
  • Orchestra
  • Choir
  • Theater/Tech Theater
  • Dance/Majestics
  • Art
  • AP Music Theory
  • AP Art History
  • Required
  • 1.0 credit same course

16
Physical Education
  • Options
  • Athletics
  • Athletic Training
  • PE Foundations
  • Individual Sports/Team Sports
  • Cheerleading
  • Fall semester of band, drill team, colorguard
  • Off-campus PE application is online. Must be
    approved
  • Required
  • 1.0 credit

17
Final Graduation Requirements
  • .5 credit of Health
  • .5 credit of Lovejoy Leadership
  • 3.0 credits of electives for DAP
  • 4.0 credits of electives for Recommended

18
AP Elective Options 10th and 11th Grade Students
  • AP Human Geography (semester only)
  • AP Music Theory requires approval
  • AP Computer Science Prerequisite required
  • AP Studio Art 2D and 3D prerequisites required
  • AP Studio Art 2D Photo requires approval
    (11th-12th)
  • AP Art History summer project (10th-12th)
  • AP Psychology (11th-12th only)
  • AP European History (11th-12th only)
  • AP Chemistry (11th-12th only)
  • AP Biology (11th -12th only)
  • AP Statistics (11th- 12th only)

19
Other Elective Options
  • Business Classes
  • Health Science Classes
  • Education and Training Classes
  • Journalism
  • Engineering Classes
  • Technology Applications

20
GPA
  • GPA tables pg 14 of the course guide
  • Rank GPA vs Official GPA

21
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22
Tier 1 All AP Classes Tier 2 All Pre-AP
Classes Tier 3 All other courses
23
Exclusions
  • Students must earn the 26 credits required for
    graduation. For each additional credit earned
    beyond the required 26, students may exclude a
    maximum of eight semester grades from his/her GPA
    calculation. Excluded grades may not include the
    required 26 credits.
  • Some classes are automatically excluded.
  • Off Campus PE
  • Correspondence Classes
  • Summer School
  • Dual Credit Classes
  • ASC or CAT classes
  • Math Labs

24
Exclusions
  • Possible exclusions
  • Electives
  • Fine Arts
  • Technology
  • LOTE
  • 5th math or science class

25
Exclusions
  • Timeline
  • First Time June after Junior Year
  • Both Rank and Official GPA
  • Second Time January (end of first semester
    Senior Year)
  • Both Rank and Official GPA
  • Third Time After the 5th six weeks Senior Year
  • Rank GPA only (this locks the rank for
    graduation)
  • Fourth Time June after graduation
  • Official GPA only for final transcript

26
Showcase
  • Monday, March 10, 2014 600 to 800 pm
  • GT Informational Session 630 Lecture Hall
  • Intro to AP Info Session 700 Lecture Hall
  • Information about classes, clubs, and
    extracurricular activities in the cafeteria and
    commons

27
Registration Information
  • March 24-28- Course input with Counselors 9th
    grade History
  • April 2-4 Course input with Counselors 10th
    grade - English
  • May Verification slips will be sent home. This
    will be the last chance until school starts to
    make any class changes, so make good choices!
  • NO SCHEDULE CHANGES IN THE SUMMER!!!!!
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