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Title: The New Graduation Requirements! Counselor Roadshow Spring 2015 (9th and 10th Grade Students)


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The New Graduation Requirements!Counselor
RoadshowSpring 2015(9th and 10th Grade Students)
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Your Counselors are here to help you!We can
help you with academic and personal challenges.
  • Do you need to see your counselor?
  • Write your name on the sign-up list on your
    counselors door.
  • See your counselor in the Student Union during
    lunch and nutrition.
  • Email your counselor
  • Ms. Ramos - A-G - donna.ramos_at_lausd.net
  • Mr. Perey - H-N- dsp3985_at_lausd.net
  • Ms. Gonzalez - O-Z- lgonza12_at_lausd.net

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You earn credits to graduate.How do credits work?
  • There are 2 semesters in every school year.
  • There are 6 classes in every semester.
  • You earn 5 credits for every class you pass.
  • 6 classes x 5 credits 30 credits each semester
  • 30 credits x 2 semesters 60 credits in one year
  • There are 4 years of high school.
  • 4 years x 60 credits 240 credits possible.
  • You must earn 210 credits to graduate!

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Here are the Credit Benchmarks for the Class of
2016, 2017, 2018.
  • 9th grader 0 credits
  • 10th grader 50 credits
  • 11th grader 105 credits
  • 12th grader 160 credits
  • Diploma 210 credits PLUS
  • CAHSEE
  • HEALTH
  • SERVICE-LEARNING
  • CAREER PATHWAY
  • A-G Classes A, B, C (2017)

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Credits? Anything else?
  • You have to earn 210 credits to graduate from
    high school .
  • You have to fulfill the A-G Requirements with a
    grades of A, B, or C to graduate.
  • You have to pass the CAHSEE, The California High
    School Proficiency Exam, in the tenth grade.

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What about the CAHSEE?
  • You must pass both the language and math sections
    of the CAHSEE to graduate from high school.
  • Each section is worth 450 points.
  • A passing grade in each section is 350 points.
  • You will take the CAHSEE in the spring semester
    of the tenth grade. You must be a 10th grader to
    take the CAHSEE.
  • If you do not pass the first time, you will have
    another opportunity to pass the test.

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The Classes of 2017 2018 fulfill district,
state, and university requirements.
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What credits mean to the Class of 2017 2018
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Physical Education2 YEARS NEEDED
  • PASS FITNESS GRAM
  • DURING THE SCHOOL DAY
  • 7th Period Team Sport
  • Take at a Community College
  • One College Class 2.5 Credits
  • One HS Class 5.0 Credits
  • SO.
  • TWO COLLEGE CLASS ONE HS CLASS

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RULE OF VALIDATION
  • APPLIES TO MATH AND FOREIGN LANGUAGE ONLY.

1ST SEMESTER 2ND SEMESTER
MATH (ALGEBRA 1, GEOMETRY A/B, ALGEBRA 2A/B OR WORLD LANGUAGE (SPANISH, KOREAN, CHINESE) F A
MATH (ALGEBRA 1, GEOMETRY A/B, ALGEBRA 2A/B OR WORLD LANGUAGE (SPANISH, KOREAN, CHINESE) A D
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Summer School Options
  • DMHS will Host Summer School
  • CORE WAIVER CREDIT RECOVERY SUMMER SCHOOL
  • PRIORITY ENGLISH, MATH, SCIENCE, SOCIAL STUDIES
  • CONSIDERATION HEALTH, PE WORLD LANGUAGE
    (STUDENT DEMAND)
  • 14 CLASSES
  • JUNE 15 JULY 17, 2015
  • TWO SESSIONS
  • 800 AM 1030AM AND 1100AM 130PM
  • SIGN UP WITH COUNSELOR

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GPA SUMMARY
  • GPA (BASED ON 1ST SEMESTER ONLY)
  • CAMPUS RANK
  • COLLEGE LOOKS AT THIS

CLASS OF 2015 VALEDICTORIAN GPA - 4.40
GPA CAMPUS RANK 1
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While the Class of 2016 can pass a class with a
D or better, the Class of 2017 has to earn
Cs in the A-Gs. The Class of 2017 2018 has
A-G Benchmarks as well as Credit Benchmarks.
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What about this student?
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Will this student be a 10th grader?
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What about this student?
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Summer School Options
  • DMHS will Host Summer School
  • CORE WAIVER CREDIT RECOVERY SUMMER SCHOOL
  • PRIORITY ENGLISH, MATH, SCIENCE, SOCIAL STUDIES
  • CONSIDERATION HEALTH, PE WORLD LANGUAGE
    (STUDENT DEMAND)
  • 14 CLASSES
  • JUNE 15 JULY 17, 2015
  • TWO SESSIONS
  • 800 AM 1030AM AND 1100AM 130PM
  • SIGN UP WITH COUNSELOR

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Can I earn extra points for my GPA?
  • Regular Classes are taught according to state
    standards and are College Prep
  • Honors classes are in-depth classes that require
    more from time, study, and dedication from you.
  • Advanced Placement (AP) classes are college level
    classes taught in high school. You earn an extra
    GPA point for each semester if you pass the class
    with an A, B or C.
  • International Baccalaureate (IB) classes are
    global honors program taught in high school. You
    earn an extra GPA point for each semester if you
    pass the class with an A, B or C

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Heres the Breakdown of A-G Classes.You have to
pass these classes with As, Bs and Cs
A. Social Studies 2 years B. English 4 years C. Math 3-4 years D. Science 2-4 years E. World Language 2-4 years F. Fine Art 1 year G. College Elective 1 year
9th English 9 Algebra 1 Geometry Algebra 2 Biology Spanish 1 Spanish Sp. 1 Mandarin 1 Korean 1 Intro to Art Drawing Digital Imagery Film Film Production APs Magnet Classes
10th World History English 10 Geometry OR Algebra 2 Chemistry Spanish 2 Spanish Sp. 2 Mandarin 2 Korean 2 APs Magnet Classes
11th US History English 11 Algebra 2 Pre-Calculus Statistics AP Stats AP Calc AB / BC Physics AP Env. AP Bio AP Chem Mandarin 3 Spanish 3 APs Magnet Classes
12th Government English 12 Pre-Calculus AP Statistics AP Calculus AP Spanish AP Chinese APs Magnet Classes
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