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Title: Carmel Clay Schools CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL


1
Carmel Clay SchoolsCARMEL HIGH SCHOOL
  • Scheduling for Junior Year

Revised 11/14
2
Welcome
  • Emily Clark
  • Bettina Cool
  • Kris Hartman
  • Becky Stuelpe
  • Kelly Wernke

3
  • SCHEDULING TIMELINE FOR CURRENT SOPHOMORES
  • Class of 2017
  • November 4, 2014 Student Scheduling Meeting
    during SRT (students receive materials)
  • November 5, 2014 10th Grade Parent Meeting to
    review Scheduling
  • Late October Teachers make online course
    recommendations. Teachers will discuss these
    recommendations with students, and students will
    receive a printout of the recommendations.
  • November 4-10 OCR open to students to select
    their classes
  • January 30, 2015 Deadline for Application
    Courses
  • Prior to scheduling, students should prepare for
    their scheduling appointments by
  • reading the info on worksheets
  • reading the Program of Studies
  • choosing courses and filling out online course
    requests (OCR) completely
  • please have your parent/guardian review your
    choices with you
  • November 4 through 10 Online Course Request
    system open for students to select classes
  • Schedule changes can still be made after the OCR
    closes by submitting a schedule change form to
    their counselor by March 1/May 1.

The Online Course Request system will be open
for a limited time for students to make
selections. November 4 10th
4
  • SCHEDULE CHANGE POLICY
  • Students and parents are advised that all
    requests for schedule changes for 2015-2016 must
    be made by
  • May 1, 2015
  • Requests for schedule changes made between
  • March 1 and May 1, 2015
  • will be honored if space is still available in
    the course.
  • After May 1, 2015, changes in a students
    schedule, for either semester, may be made only
    for the following reasons
  • Errors made by the school in developing the
    schedule
  • The need for the school to balance class sizes
  • Medical reason with documentation
  • Change in program placement for students with
    learning problems, such as adjustments in or
    assignments to special services or resource
    classes
  • Request to take courses to qualify for the
    Academic Honors Diploma or
  • Indiana Core 40
  • Failure of a course required for graduation
  • Failure of a prerequisite, i.e., anything that
    would prevent a student from going on to a
    requisite course as published in the Program of
    Studies book
  • Failure of a course required for entrance into
    post-secondary education

Please make note of the schedule change
deadline! May 1st For BOTH semesters next year.
5
The deadline for Application courses is January
30th
6
Graduation Requirements
  • Diploma types
  • Core 40
  • Core 40 with Academic Honors
  • Core 40 with Technical Honors
  • The General Diploma will only be available after
    an
  • Opt-out meeting with Parents and Counselor.
  • With the Counselors help, it is the students
    responsibility to know the graduation
    requirements for the diploma he or she is
    earning. This information is available in the
    Program of Studies online under Academics.

7
Core 40 Diploma
  • 8 semesters of English
  • 6 semesters of Math in grades 9 - 12 at least
    Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II
  • Must be enrolled in a math or quantitative
    reasoning course each year of high school (list
    of QR courses on page 11 of POS)
  • 6 semesters of Science Biology, Chemistry or
    Physics or ICP, and 2 semesters of additional
    classes
  • 6 semesters of Social Studies Geography/History
    of the World or World History, plus U.S. History,
    Government and Economics
  • 2 semesters of Physical Education
  • 1 semester of Health
  • 5 semesters of Directed Electives World
    Language, Fine Arts, or a Career/Technical area
  • 6 Elective credits from any area
  • Total of 40 credits
  • Details are outlined in the Program of Studies

8
Core 40 with Academic Honors
  • In addition to the basic Core 40 requirements
  • 2 semesters of Math beyond Algebra II
  • 2 semesters of Fine Arts credit any course from
    the Art or Performing Art department
  • 6 or 8 credits in World Language 3 years of one
    language or 2 years each of two different
    languages
  • Total of 47 credits
  • Semester grades must be at a C- or higher for all
    47 credits
  • Cumulative grade point average must be a 3.0 at
    the time of graduation
  • PLUS..

9
Core 40 with AHD additional requirements
  • Complete ONE of the following
  • 4 semesters of AP credit and complete
    corresponding exams
  • Complete 6 college credits worth of dual credit
    coursework
  • 4 semesters of IB courses and complete
    corresponding exams
  • Earn a composite score of 1750 or higher on the
    SAT with a minimum score of 530 on each section
    (M, CR, W)
  • Earn a composite score of 26 on the ACT and
    complete the writing section
  • Earn 2 of the following
  • 3 college credit worth of dual credit coursework
  • 2 semesters of AP credit and complete
    corresponding exams
  • 2 semesters of IB credit and complete
    corresponding exams
  • Details are outlined in the Program of Studies

10
Core 40 with Technical Honors
  • In addition to the basic Core 40 requirements
  • Earn a minimum of 47 total credits
  • All semester grades for the 47 credits must be a
    C- or higher
  • Cumulative grade point average must be a 3.0 at
    the time of graduation
  • Earn a minimum of 6 credits in a state-approved
    College Career Pathway and earn 1 of the
    following
  • Pathway designated industry-based certification
    or credential
  • 6 college credits of dual credit coursework from
    pathway priority courses
  • Complete 1 of the following
  • Any of the options listed under additional
    requirements for the AHD
  • Work Keys exam with minimum scores
  • Accuplacer exam with minimum scores
  • Compass exam with minimum scores
  • Details are outlined in the Program of Studies

11
General Diploma
  • 8 semesters of English
  • 4 semesters of Math Algebra I plus any other
    math course
  • Must earn 2 credit in a math or quantitative
    reasoning course during the junior or senior
    year. QR courses do not count as math courses.
  • 4 semesters of Science Biology I and two
    semesters of physical or earth sciences
  • 4 semesters of Social Studies U.S. History,
    Government, 1 sem. of an additional social
    studies course
  • 2 semesters of P.E.
  • 1 semester of Health
  • 6 semesters of credits in a college and career
    pathway
  • 5 semesters of flex credits
  • 6 elective credits
  • 40 total credits
  • Details are outlined in the Program of Studies

12
Summer School
  • Scheduling will include summer school class
    selection
  • 2 options for summer school
  • class at CHS
  • online classes through Indiana Online Academy
  • Summer school at CHS
  • One session (June 1 July 1)
  • Monday Thursday only
  • 8 am 12 pm
  • Limited class offerings at CHS include
  • AP Government, AP Macroeconomics, PE I, PE II,
    or online credit recovery for spring semester
    students who need to complete courses

13
Summer School
  • Summer School through Indiana Online Academy
    (IOA)
  • June 8 July 23
  • students register online through IOA April 13
    June 2
  • flexible hours
  • maximum of 2 classes
  • No charge
  • courses available to CHS students currently in
    grades 9-11 include
  • PE I, PE II, Health, College Entrance
    Preparation, any course a student is eligible to
    take under the CHS retake policy, any course in
    which a student needs to recover credit, math
    courses in order for a student to get back on
    sequence (cannot work ahead in math)

14
Course Selections
  • Required Classes
  • English, Social Studies (U.S. History), Math,
    Science
  • Electives
  • Art, Business, Communications, Engineering and
    Technology, Family and Consumer Science,
    Performing Arts, PE, World Language, JEL
  • Plan Ahead
  • Pre-requisites are often required for
    upper-level courses

15
English and U.S. History Choices
  • English
  • English 11
  • AP English Lit Comp
  • AP English Lang Comp
  • IB English HL (2-year course)
  • English 11/U.S. History Block
  • AP English Lit/AP U.S. History Block
  • AP Capstone Seminar
  • U.S. History
  • U.S. History
  • AP U.S. History
  • ACP U.S. History
  • IB History of the Americas HL (2-year course)
  • U.S. History/English 11 Block
  • AP U.S. History/AP English Lit Block

16
J. Everett Light Career Center
  • An area career center that serves 12 school
    corporations in Hamilton, Boone, and Marion
    counties
  • Offers 25 Career-Technical education programs
    such as Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, Dental
    Assisting, EMT, Law Enforcement, Veterinary
    Assisting, Welding, Health Care Careers,
    Automotive Collision Repair, Automotive Service
    Technology, Introduction to Pharmacology,
    Manicuring, Advanced Manufacturing Technology,
    Music/Sound Production and more
  • Dual credit opportunities
  • College bound students can benefit from these
    opportunities
  • Morning or afternoon sessions a CHS student
    will spend ½ day at JEL and ½ day at CHS
  • CHS students earn 3 elective credits per semester
    for a JEL class
  • JEL is located on the back side of North Central
    HS on 86th St.
  • Open House on December 11th, 6-8 pm
  • www.jelcc.com

17
Sample schedule Core 40 Diploma with JEL
  • Blue Day Gold Day
  • English 11 (Block) US History (Block)
  • Algebra II SRT
  • JEL Medical Assisting JEL Medical Assisting
  • JEL Medical Assisting JEL Medical Assisting
  • If the student takes JEL classes in the morning,
    they will lose their SRT, but will gain another
    class.

18
Sample schedule Core 40 Diploma
  • Blue Day Gold Day
  • AP English Lit Chemistry
  • Algebra II SRT
  • Theater Production US History
  • Choir Applied Music (with approval)
  • Alternate Classes Astronomy, Geology

19
Sample Schedule Core 40 with Academic Honors
  • Blue Day Gold Day
  • AP English Lit Physics
  • Pre Calc/Trig Intermediate SRT
  • Spanish III US History
  • Inform, Commun, Tech Ceramics 2 (Dual
    Credit)
  • Alternate Classes Fiber Arts, Accounting

20
Sample ScheduleCore 40 with Technical Honors
  • Blue Day Gold Day
  • English 11 Algebra II
  • AP Physics I SRT
  • US History German I
  • Civil Engineering Principles of
  • and Architecture Engineering
  • Alternate Classes Drawing, Intro to Design
    Processes

21
Online scheduling (OCR)Online Course Requests
  • Students will complete the worksheet and choose
    their courses online from home
  • Parents should review the courses with their
    student
  • Counselors will meet individually with students
    to review selected courses, discuss their
    progress and college and career information
  • The OCR will close at the end of the day on
  • November 10
  • Students may make changes to their schedule
    through schedule change forms up to May 1, 2015

22
Internet Issue
  • You must use Firefox!
  • Do not use Internet Explorer.

23
OCR
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Students user name
Georgewashington
student number
25
Student name
Click on pencil
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Student Name
After all your selections have been made click on
the SUBMIT button.
27
College Information
  • Junior Year is Important!
  • Tougher Admission Requirements
  • More Colleges requiring
  • Two years of a world language
  • 4 years of math/ Pre Calc necessary for some
    colleges
  • SAT /ACT scores important factor

28
College Choices
  • Research colleges that fit your needs
  • Visit colleges
  • Plan to take SAT/ACT more than once
  • Visit the CHS Counseling Website
  • CCRC (College Career Resource Center)
  • Office in Counseling Center, open on Gold Days
  • Excellent information on past acceptances
  • Offer informational meetings throughout the year

29
College Info on Twitter and Facebook!
  • Follow us on Twitter _at_CHSCollege411
  • Like us on Facebook Carmel High School College
    Counseling
  • A great resource for
  • College Admissions Information
  • Application Deadlines
  • Scholarships
  • Financial Aid
  • College Rep Visits
  • Summer Programs

30
Summary
  • SCHEDULING TIMELINE FOR SOPHOMORES
  • Class of 2017
  • November 4, 2014 Student Scheduling Meeting
    during SRT
  • (students receive materials)
  • November 5, 2014 10th Grade Parent Meeting to
    review Scheduling
  • Late October Teachers make online course
    recommendations November 4-10 OCR open to
    students to select their classes
  • January 30, 2015 Deadline for Application
    Courses
  • Prior to scheduling, students should prepare for
    their scheduling appointments by
  • reading the info on worksheets
  • reading the Program of Studies
  • choosing courses and filling out online course
    requests (OCR) completely
  • please have your parent/guardian review your
    choices with you
  • November 4 through 10
  • Online Course Request system open for students to
    select classes
  • Counselors will be setting individual
    appointments with their students
  • Students will enter their online course requests
    with parents before the student meets with their
    counselor.
  • Pay attention to scheduling deadlines. There will
    be
  • no schedule changes after May 1 for next year.
  • Students
  • This is your schedule!
  • Put thought into the classes that will both
    appeal to your areas of interest, and prepare you
    for your future.

31
Thank you!
  • IB information immediately follows
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma presentation
    by Alllyson Wells-Podell

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International Baccalaureate Diploma
  • Are you
  • Curious?
  • Knowledgeable?
  • A thinker?
  • Communicative?
  • Open-minded?
  • A risk-taker?
  • Balanced?
  • Reflective?

then IB could be for you!!
  • Six (6) groups of advanced-level, fully weighted
    courses
  • Interdisciplinary approach to learning
  • Widely-respected by colleges and
    universitiesinternationally
  • Earn college credit and scholarships

34
The IB Hexagon
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COURSE OF STUDY 11TH AND 12TH GRADE
  • 1. English
  • 2. World Languages
  • 3. Social Studies
  • 4. Science
  • 5. Mathematics
  • 6. Performing Arts or a 2nd core course
  • 7. Theory of Knowledge

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The Center of the Hexagon
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What is Theory of Knowledge?
  • Discussion-based course
  • Ties together all disciplines of study
  • Students examine how we know what we know.
  • Topics change, and they are relevant and current.
  • Example What ethical responsibilities come with
    the possession of knowledge?
  • Example What is the difference between an Act of
    War and an Act of Terror?

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What is so special about the IB programme?
  • Recognized around the world
  • Curriculum benchmarked with rigorous
    international standards
  • Focuses on international perspectives of learning
    and teaching unique approach to
    transdisciplinary learning
  • Encourages students to participate in creative
    and service-oriented activities

39
Research says
  • IB students outperform their peers on state
    assessments
  • IB Diploma students have higher acceptance rates
    to colleges
  • IB Diploma students perform better in
    post-secondary education than their peers

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The Common Application
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Balancing AP and IB They BOTH
  • Attract highly-motivated students
  • Are rigorous and devoted to academic excellence
  • Involve dedicated and creative teachers who
    participate in intensive professional development
  • Allow students to earn college credit
  • Prepare students for the ACT and SAT

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Balancing AP and IB
Advanced Placement International Baccalaureate
Curriculum covers a broad spectrum of ideas External assessment at courses end to national standards Each course stands alone Curriculum allows for inquiry and depth of study Varied internal and external assessments moderated internationally Interdisciplinary approach
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FURTHER QUESTIONS/ CONTACT
  • YOUR COUNSELOR
  • or
  • WELLERY_at_CCS.K12.IN.US
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