triton high school high school registration for the 2013 2014 school year

Download Triton High School High School Registration For the 2013  2014 School Year

Post on 18-Jan-2018

217 views

Category:

Documents

0 download

Embed Size (px)

DESCRIPTION

Future - Ready Core Requirements English ~ I, II, III, & IV Math ~ Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, & a 4 th Math aligned with the students post high school plans Science ~ Earth/Environmental, a Physical Science, Biology, and Chemistry is optional and highly recommended for those attending a four-year college or university History ~ World History, Civics/Econ., & US History OR American History I & II Foreign Lang. ~ 2 credits of the same language required for admission to a 4 year college/university, but NOT for graduation Physical Ed. ~ 1 credit & it must be Health/PE Electives ~ 2 credits from either: CTE, Arts Education, or Second Languages. Also, it is strongly recommended that students have a 4 course concentration from one of the following: CTE, JROTC, or Arts Education Student must have 26 credits to graduate

TRANSCRIPT

Triton High School High School Registration For the 2013 2014 School Year Registration Procedures Orientation Sessions AND Individual Registration will take place in Student English Classes Students who have English 1 st semester will register between December 17- January 4. Students who have English 2 nd semester will register between January 30 February 8. Future - Ready Core Requirements English ~ I, II, III, & IV Math ~ Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, & a 4 th Math aligned with the students post high school plans Science ~ Earth/Environmental, a Physical Science, Biology, and Chemistry is optional and highly recommended for those attending a four-year college or university History ~ World History, Civics/Econ., & US History OR American History I & II Foreign Lang. ~ 2 credits of the same language required for admission to a 4 year college/university, but NOT for graduation Physical Ed. ~ 1 credit & it must be Health/PE Electives ~ 2 credits from either: CTE, Arts Education, or Second Languages. Also, it is strongly recommended that students have a 4 course concentration from one of the following: CTE, JROTC, or Arts Education Student must have 26 credits to graduate HC Schools Recommended Math Sequence Promotion Requirements Must have 26 credits to graduate Must have 18 credits to be classified as a Senior Must have 12 credits to be classified as a Junior Must have 6 credits to be classified as a Sophomore High School Planning and beyondInterest inventories available to assist with potential careers. A place to track high school courses and map out future coursework. NC Scholars Program Overall unweighted GPA at the end of your Senior year must be a 3.5 Science Requirement must be Physics OR Chemistry In addition to the graduation requirements: Two levels in the same Foreign Language Four elective credits with a concentration recommended from one of the following: CTE JROTC ARTS EDUCATION FOREIGN LANGUAGE ANY OTHER SUBJECT AREA In addition to the previous requirements, 3 courses must be considered higher level which means that they carry 5 or 6 quality points and they must be taken during the Junior or Senior year. Early Graduation Must have completed 22 credits at the beginning of the senior year Early Graduation forms are due at time of registration Flex Period Senior must have completed 21 credits at the beginning of their senior year Seniors will have the option to Flex both semesters next year Must be in good academic standing Student must leave and/or arrive on campus at the designated time Students must be able to provide their own RELIABLE transportation A parent MUST sign a Flex form. Forms are due at time of registration. Online Courses NCVPS Students must receive approval that space is available in the desired class. Once enrolled, students must remain in the course for the full semester/year. Students enrolled in year-long courses will be awarded one (1) credit for the course even though the coursework consumes a full block period each semester. Students enrolled in an AP course will be required to take the AP exam (no exceptions). Some courses may involve hands-on activities facilitated by the schools faculty. For course offerings through NCVPS go to Career and College Promise (CCP) Qualified NC high school students can begin their two- or four-year college work, TUITION FREE, while they are in high school allowing them to get a head start on their workplace and college preparation. In Harnett County, CCP provides two pathways the College Transfer Pathway the Technical Career Pathway Students interested in Career and College Promise must request an application from their counselor prior to the time of registration. Students will not be permitted to take CCP courses until the applications are returned with the student and parent signature. CCP ~ College Transfer Pathway Eligibility Requirements Must be a Jr or Sr Must have a 3.0 GPA Must have demonstrated college readiness on an approved assessment (ex:PLAN, PSAT, SAT, or ACT) TestPLAN PSATACTSAT English/Writing Reading Math CCCC gives COMPASS, ASSET, and ACCUPLACER placement tests that would also demonstrate college readiness. All classes are taken online at THS Students/Parents are responsible for the cost of any textbooks that are required for the chosen course CCP ~ Technical Career Pathway Eligibility Requirements Must be a junior or a senior Students must have a 3.0 GPA or principal recommendation Students must meet course requirements Students will earn HS and College credit for all courses taken in the program These courses will be taken: Either at THS or on the Lillington CCCC campus students must be able to provide their own transportation Harnett County Schools will provide all textbooks that are required for the students but any student fees will be the student responsibility (fees range from $1.25-$6.00 per class) Schedule Changes Much attention is given to careful course selection and creating a master schedule which allows the greatest number of students the best schedule possible. A drop/add period will be scheduled during the summer before school begins. The dates of drop/add will be included with the student course selections mailed home during the summer. Changes will ONLY be made for the following reasons: If a student received a course for which he/she did not register or list as an alternate If a student failed a course required for graduation and is not rescheduled for that course To balance a students academic load. If You Still Have Questions Please contact your counselor! All 9 th Graders: Brenda Brown x th -12 th Last Names A G: Paula Parker x th -12 th Last Names H O: Christan Jackson x th -12 th Last Names P Z: Ashlyn Thompson x. 2116