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Title: Brunswick High School Counseling Center


1
Brunswick High School Counseling Center
  • 2015-2016 Course Planning Registration
    Presentation

2
Meet the Counseling Center Staff
  • Mrs. Tuckey Grades 9-12 Counselor for students
    A-K
  • Mrs. Starmer Grades 9-12 Counselor for
    students L-Z
  • Mrs. Wilton Secretary/Transcript Secretary
  • Mrs. Renn School Registrar
  • Mr. Dawson School Support

3
Goals for todays presentation
  • Review graduation requirements
  • Review process for selecting courses for next
    year
  • Review requirements and electives per subject
    area
  • Review due date for collecting
  • course registration forms

4
Basis Of Course Selection
  • Student Abilities
  • Educational Goals
  • Teacher Recommendations
  • Practically Speaking (dont over or underwhelm
    yourself)
  • Check prerequisites
  • Eight Classes and legitimate
  • alternates

5
Frederick County Diploma Requirements
  • 4 English
  • 3 Social Studies
  • Government (9th)
  • Modern World History (10th) or AP World History
  • American Studies II (11th) or AP U.S. History

6
Frederick County Diploma Requirements
  • 4 Mathematics (Algebra 1 or 2 and Geometry
    required)
  • 3 Science (Biology required)
  • 1/2 Fitness for Life
  • 1/2 Health
  • 1 Fine Art
  • Foundations of Technology
  • ½ Financial Literacy

7
Frederick County Diploma Requirements
  • Credits 25
  • Senior resume interview
  • (completed through senior English class)
  • PLUS

8
Financial Literacy Classes
  • Independent Living
  • Intro to Agricultural Science Technology
  • Microsoft Certification 1
  • Introduction to Business
  • Managing Your Personal Finance (.5 credit)
  • Career Research and Development
  • Career Research Development Preparation and
    Transition

9
Student Service Graduation Requirement
  • 75 Hours (infused into the curriculum)
  • Go above and beyond
  • what is required?
  • Earn scholarship
  • and Meritorious
  • Certificate
  • Form available in the Counseling Center

10
Graduation Requirement MUST PASS High School
Assessments
  • Algebra 1 HSA/PARCC
  • English 10 HSA/PARCC
  • Biology HSA
  • Government HSA

11
Program Choice Graduation Completers
  • Students must choose 1 of the following options
    for a graduation completer

12
Completer Options Choose one for graduation
  • Foreign Language (2 courses of same language)
  • Advanced Technology
  • Work Study (complete 2 classes and 2 credits of
    work)
  • CTC Options at BHS
  • CTC Options at CTC on FCCs campus
  • 2 year programs that will take up four blocks in
    your schedule

13
Frederick County Diploma Requirements Completer
Program
  • Foreign Language
  • Languages offered at BHS
  • SPANISH
  • LATIN
  • FRENCH

14
Why Take Spanish?
  • Interactive
  • Energetic
  • Focuses on oral proficiency
  • Learn about Hispanic culture
  • Open doors to job opportunities!

15
Why Take Latin?
  • Do you like
  • Gladiator?
  • Clash of the Titans?
  • Hercules?
  • Latin is full of mythology and Roman and Greek
    history.
  • Latin has been proven to help increase SAT scores
    and English grades as it puts emphasis on root
    words and prefixes.
  • Latin is not spoken with no speaking tests.

16
Program ChoiceAdvanced Technology - 2 Credits
  • Architectural Engineering Design 1
  • Architectural Engineering Design 2
  • MUST TAKE BOTH FOR COMPLETER

17
PROGRAM CHOICECareer Technology Completer
  • CTC Completers 4 Credits
  • Brochures available
  • Must shadow a program and apply by February
  • Brunswick High School Completers
  • Auto Mechanics (1, 2, and 3)
  • Horticulture (1, 2, 3, Agricultural Science-not a
    science credit, or Independent Study)
  • Child Development (1, 2, 3, and Parenting or
    Independent Living)

18
Program ChoicesAgriculture Animal Science
  • Agriculture Animal Science
  • Agricultural Science
  • Pre-Vet Large Animal
  • Pre-Vet Small Animal
  • Work Study
  • Agricultural Independent Study

19
Program ChoicesBusiness Management
  • Business Management
  • Introduction to Business
  • Microsoft Certification 1 2
  • Accounting
  • Management and Entrepreneurship (Grades 11-12)

20
Work Study Completer Program
  • The Work Study Graduation
  • Completer requires the following classes
  • 1. Career Research Development (10 - 12
    grades)
  • Focus is on career exploration, resume
    writing, job skills,
  • interviews, and job applications
  • 2. Advanced Career Development, Prep
    Transition (12 only)
  • Focus is on credit, budgeting, and
    finances
  • Meets the Financial Literacy requirement
  • Required for work-study completers

21
Work Study
ContinuedCompleter Program
  • 3.If you have more than 2 credits of Work
    Study you MUST take the Advanced course
  • YOU MUST HAVE A JOB AND PROVIDE YOUR
    OWN TRANSPORTATION!

22
Transition Education
  • Student Service Learning (SSL)
  • Internship and Work-study.
  • Sign up for these programs in May/June after the
    Master Schedule has been created.

23
English Levels
  • Merit
  • Honors (not for grade 12)
  • Advanced Placement
  • - AP Language Composition
  • - AP Literature Composition

24
English Electives
  • 1. Journalism (Grades 9-12)
  • Permission from instructor
  • 2. Creative Writing
  • (11th and 12th Graders)

25
Film Study
Open to Grades 11 12 Parent Permission Required
26
\Math Courses and Electives
  • 4 Credits needed
  • Connections to Algebra
  • Algebra 1 (18 week or yearlong)
  • Geometry and Geometry Honors
  • Contemporary Math
  • Algebra 2 or 2 Honors
  • Advanced Algebra 3 with Trig
  • Statistics and Probability
  • AP Statistics (Statistics required!)
  • Pre-calculus Honors
  • Calculus 1A and 1B
  • Calculus 2

27
Social Studies Levels Electives
  • Merit and Honors
  • Advanced Placement
  • World History AP
  • U.S. History AP (can be yearlong or semester)
  • AP Human Geography
  • AP Psychology
  • Electives for 11th 12th Graders only
  • Psychology
  • Law Society NEW (provides a comprehensive
    analysis of the American legal system and the
    challenges facing our society)
  • National Global Issues (explores many
    controversial issues that face our world today)
  • World War 2 (AS 2 Required)
  • Philosophy of Knowledge

28
Science Courses and Electives
  • Introduction to Chemistry and Physics
  • (Merit and Honors)
  • Algebra-Based Physics
  • Biology
  • (Merit and Honors)
  • Environmental Science
  • Chemistry (Fundamentals and Honors)
  • New- Forensic Science must have Chemistry!
  • (explores the principles of preserving and
  • examine evidence and developing leads in
  • civil and criminal proceedings).
  • Advanced Placement Options AP Biology 1 and 2
    (Yearlong), AP Environmental Science, AP Physics
    1 2, AP Chemistry 1 2 (Yearlong)

29
Fine Arts Theater Arts
  • Intro to Theater, Acting II, Advanced Acting, and
    Theater Production
  • Tech Theater

30
Fine Arts Performing Arts
1. Chorus 1-4 2. Band (Fall) and Band (Spring) 3.
Marching Band Front (ColorGuard) 4. NEW!
Instrumental Ensemble (Handbells) 5. NEW!
American Popular Music (Study the history and
development of American music folk, jazz,
musicals, country western, rock roll and light
classics.) 6. Class Piano 1-2 7. Guitar 1-3
31
Fine Arts Visual Arts
  • Drawing Painting 1-2
  • Art 1-3
  • Digital Photo 1-4
  • Ceramics 1, 2, and 3
  • Computer Graphic 1-3
  • AP Studio Art
  • (by teacher permission ONLY)
  • Publications 1 - 4

32
Technology Electives
  • Microsoft Certification Training 1
  • Microsoft Certification Training 2 (10th-12th)
  • Introduction to Business
  • Managing Your Personal Finance
  • (.5 Credit)
  • Accounting (Grades 10-12)
  • Website Development
  • Career Research Development
  • Advanced Career Development and Preparation
    Transition

33
Family and Consumer Science Electives
  • Independent Living
  • Cultures Cuisine
  • Clothing Construction

34
Child Development
  • Child Development 1, 2 and 3 The study of
    children with an emphasis on the pre-school age
    child
  • Parenting (Also known as P.R.E.P Personal
    Relationships and Effective Parenting)

35
CTC Completer Options
  • Academy of Health Professionals
  • Advanced Web Design Animation
  • Ag and Commercial Metals/Welding
  • Auto Body Repair Refinishing
  • Automotive Technology (also at BHS)
  • Biomedical Sciences
  • Carpentry

36
CTC Programs
  • CISCO Networking Academy
  • Computer-Aided Design
  • Computer Tech /Analyst
  • Cosmetology
  • Criminal Justice
  • Culinary Arts
  • Digital Design Printing Methods

37
CTC Programs
  • Electricity
  • Environmental Landscape Design Management
  • Masonry
  • HVACR/Plumbing
  • Security Plus
  • Television/Multimedia Production

38
P.E. Electives
  • Team Sports 1-4
  • Team Sports Baseball/Softball
  • Team Sports Basketball
  • Team Sports Football
  • Strength Training 1-5
  • Personal Fitness 1-3
  • Sports Medicine(Biology required)
  • Athletic Coaching

39
Signature Programs _at_ BHS
  • APEX Program Entry into APEX is now offered 2nd
    semester of 9th grade
  • Students take 6 or more AP courses and at least 4
    AP exams
  • Enroll in Algebra Based Physics in the 9th grade
  • Teacher Academy _at_ BHS
  • Check the BHS website for more details!

40
Teacher Academy
  • Do you want to be an elementary, middle, or high
    school teacher?
  • The Teacher Academy is here to prepare you for
    teacher education at a
  • university in Maryland!
  • Enroll in Teaching as a Profession
  • for next year to get started.
  • See Mr. Skena with any questions

41
Other Academy Opportunities
  • Check the HIGH SCHOOL COURSE OFFERING GUIDE for a
    list of Small Learning Communities by School
  • http//www.fcps.org/hscourseguide
  • Must provide your own transportation
  • Environmental Academy,
  • IB Program, NJROTC, Arts and
    Communications and
  • Pre-Engineering Academy, FCC/FCPS
    Business Academy

42
ACADEMIC ELIGIBILITYBRUNSWICK HIGH SCHOOL
ATHLETICS
  • A student must have a minimum 2.0 grade point
    average and no F grades.
  • A student becomes eligible/ineligible as
    determined by 4th term grades for the
  • following school year.
  • Summer school classes
  • cannot remove the 4th
  • marking period failing
  • grade(s).

43
Receiving Credit
  • A student must earn a grade of D or better in
    the course
  • Credit can be withheld because of excessive
    absences
  • You may have no more than 5 unexcused absences in
    a term
  • You may have no more than
  • 10 unexcused absences in
  • a semester

44
Promotion Policy
  • In order to be promoted to the next grade level
    you need
  • 6 credits to be a sophomore (10th grader)
  • 12 credits to be a junior (11th grader)
  • 18 credits to be a senior (12 grader)

45
Important Dates
  • Registration forms will be collected on Friday,
    January 23rd or we will choose classes for you!
  • Must be signed by you and your parents
  • Make an appointment with your counselor if you
    are not sure what classes you need for your
    graduation requirements.

46
Counseling Center Hours
  • Monday-Friday
  • 720 am - 245 pm
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