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Title: 2012-2013 Junior Course Selection


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2012-2013 Junior Course Selection
Thursday January 19, 2012 Period 2 and 3
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COURSESELECTIONSHEET
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Important Scheduling Dates
January 19 Course information
distributed --------------------------------------
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--------- Jan 26- Feb 2 Students return
Course Selection Sheet to their counselor
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Name__________________________________________ ID
____________________ Phone _________________ Cou
nselor_______________________________________ Dipl
oma Goal (Check One) __General ___Core 40
___Advanced ___Academic Honors Plan after High
School (Check One) ____4 year college ___2 year
college ___Technical School ___Military
___Work Career Goal_____________________________
________
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Things to remember when completing this
form Completed the prerequisite for the
selected course(s) Place the name of alternate
courses in all requested locations Follow
teacher recommendations Retake any required
course you missed or failed Schedule changes
will be limited after May 2012
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1ST SEMESTER 2ND SEMESTER

CLASS 1 AMERICAN LITURATURE AMERICAN LITERATURE ELECTIVE
CLASS 2 US HISTORY US HISTORY
CLASS 3 MATH MATH
CLASS 4
CLASS 5
CLASS 6
CLASS 7
CLASS 8 Resource Resource
Alt. Year
Alt. Sem. Alt. Sem.
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Details of the Courseon the Course Selection
Sheet
X 11301 Algebra I (2 sem)
Make a mark in this box if you want to select
this course
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Details of the Course on the Course Selection
Sheet
X 11301 Algebra I (2 sem)
This indicates the course has a prerequisite.
Please check what the prerequisite is in the
Course Catalog and make sure you have met the
prerequisite.
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Details of the Course on the Course Selection
Sheet
X 11301 Algebra I (2 sem)
This is the course number. It will help you
identify the course in the Course Catalog.
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Details of the Course on the Course Selection
Sheet
X 11301 Algebra I (2 sem)
This is the title of the course. CAUTION A few
courses have the same title with different course
numbers. Check the Course Catalog to make sure
you are indicating the correct course.
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Details of the Course on the Course Selection
Sheet
X 11301 Algebra I (2 sem)
This tells you details about the length of the
course
(1 sem) One semester long worth 1 credit (2
sem) Two semesters long worth 1 credit each
semester (1 sem 1/2 cr/sem) One semester long
worth ½ credit (2 sem 2 cr/sem) Two semesters
long, two periods long worth 2 credits each
semester (2 sem 3 cr/sem) Two semesters long,
three periods long worth 3 credits each
semester (2 sem 2 periods) at East Two
semesters long worth 1 credit each semester. Due
to transportation to East it will take two class
periods each day. (2 sem-3 cr/sem) at McDowell
Two semesters long worth 3 credits each semester
and will take three class periods each day
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C4 Mrs. Weichman
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Course Catalog Front Page General Information
Phone number - Index Page 2 Academic
Information Athletic Eligibility
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BCSC DIPLOMA REQUIREMENTS
  • General
  • Core 40
  • Core 40 with Technical Honors
  • Core 40 with Academic Honors

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Page 4 5
Educational Pathways Advanced Placement Dual
Credit / Early College Global Studies C4 Columbus
Area Career Connection McDowell
Alternative Competency Based Courses Columbus
Signature Academy
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Page 5 6
GENERAL INFORMATION
  • North Phone Numbers
  • Freshmen Orientation
  • Portfolio and Senior Presentation
  • Grade Point Average Class Rank
  • ISTEP Graduation Qualifying Exam
  • Summer School

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Core 40 with Academic Honors
Core 40 with Technical Honors
Core 40
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Rigorous Preparation
Core 40 with Academic Honors
Core 40 with Technical Honors
Core 40
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Rigorous Preparation
Core 40 with Academic Honors
Core 40 with Technical Honors
Core 40
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Rigorous Preparation
Core 40 with Academic Honors
Core 40 with Technical Honors
PostsecondarySuccess
CollegeTechnical School2-year
SchoolApprenticeshipMilitaryWorkforce
Core 40
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Core 40 Diploma
Credits Years Courses
English 8 credits 4 years Core 40 English
Math 6 credits 3 years Algebra I Geometry Algebra II
Science 6 credits 3 years Biology I Core 40 Science Chemistry I OR Physics I OR
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Core 40 Diploma
Credits Courses
SocialStudies 6 credits World History OR Geo. History of World US History Government and Economics
PE 2 credits Still two semesters
Health 1 credit Health and Wellness
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Core 40 Diploma
Credits Courses
DirectedElectives 5 credits World Languages Fine Arts Career-Technical Education
GeneralElectives 6 credits Any elective course
LocalReqts
TOTAL Minimum of 40 credits Minimum of 40 credits
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Core 40 Math
  • 2 math credits recommended during senior year
  • 2 Core 40 math credits or 2 Physics credits
    must be completed in junior or senior year

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Core 40 with Academic Honors Diploma
  • More rigorous academic preparation
  • Best preparation for college
  • Special recognition at graduation
  • Provides additional financial aid for families
    who qualify

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Core 40 with Academic Honors Diploma Requirements
  • Complete all requirements for Core 40
  • Earn 2 additional Core 40 math credits
  • Earn 6-8 credits Core 40 world language credits
  • Earn 2 Core 40 fine arts credits
  • Earn a grade of C or above in courses that
    count toward the diploma
  • Have a cumulative GPA of a B or above
  • AND

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Core 40 with Academic Honors Diploma Requirements
  • Complete one of the following
  • Four credits in AP courses and take AP exams
  • 1200 combined SAT math critical reading
  • 26 composite on ACT
  • Earn six dual high school/college course
    credits from the Core Transfer Library
  • Complete combination of two credits in AP
    courses and 3 dual high school/college course
    credits (from the CTL)

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Core 40 with Academic Honors Diploma Requirements
Students must complete a total of 47 credits
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Core 40 with Technical Honors Diploma
  • Combines rigor and relevance
  • Prepares students for two year or four
    college, technical school, or apprenticeship
  • Students gain marketable skills and, in many
    cases, college credit
  • Student can earn both the Core 40 with
    Academic Honors and the Core 40 with Technical
    Honors Diploma.

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Core 40 with Technical Honors Diploma Requirements
  • Complete all requirements for Core 40, and
  • Earn grade of C or above in courses that
    count toward the diploma, and
  • Have a GPA of B or above, and
  • Complete a career-technical program resulting
    in 8 or more credits, and
  • AND...

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Core 40 with Technical Honors Diploma Requirements
  • Complete TWO of the following one of which
    must be A or B
  • Take three specific WorkKeys assessments and
    score at a designated level
  • Earn six dual high school/college credits in a
    technical area
  • Complete either the Professional Career
    Internship course OR a Coop course
  • Complete a industry-based work experience as
    part of 2 year CTE program or
  • Earn a state approved industry certification.

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Core 40 with Technical Honors Diploma Requirements
Students must complete a total of 47 credits
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COURSE CATALOG
  • Course descriptions
  • State Title
  • Course number
  • Course title
  • Grade level(s) the course is offered
  • Number of semesters
  • Credits per semester
  • Approximate Fee
  • Meets Diploma Requirement of
  • Brief description

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COURSE CATALOG
  • Other course descriptors
  • PREREQUISITES - must be met prior to being
    eligible for the course.
  • RECOMMENDATIONS - should be considered prior to
    taking the course.
  • ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS

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Departmental Sequences(Flow-charts)
  • First page of each department in catalog
  • Identifies sequence of courses based upon entry
    level course

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FEE LISTINGS
  • APPROXIMATE FEE -based on 2011-12 fees.
  • May be considerably different than what is listed.

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GOOD LUCKCLASS OF
  • 2014
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