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  • 1. High School Academic Options Newport News, Virginia 2002-2003
  • 2. Diploma Options
    • Standard Diploma
    • Advanced Studies Diploma
    • Special Certificate
    • International Baccalaureate
  • 3. Standard Diploma credits verified
    • English 4 2
    • Mathematics 3 1
    • Laboratory Science 3 1
    • History /Social Science 3 1
    • Health/PE 2
    • Fine/Practical Arts 1
    • Electives 6
    • Student Selected Task 1
    • Total 22 6
  • 4. Advanced Diploma credit verified
    • English 4 2
    • Mathematics 4 2
    • Laboratory Science 4 2
    • History/Social Science s 4 2
    • Foreign Language 3
    • Health/PE 2
    • Fine/Practical Arts 1
    • Electives 2
    • Student Selected Test 2
    • Total Units 24 9
  • 5. What Is A Credit?
    • A credit is earned when a student successfully completes a full year high school accredited course.
    • One half credit is earned if a student completes a one semester course.
  • 6. What Is A Verified Credit?
    • A verified credit is earned when a student successfully completes the course and passes the SOL for the course.
  • 7. High School SOL Assessments (1 of 2)
    • English: Reading, Literature, and Research (Grade 11)
    • English:Writing (Grade 11)
    • World History to 1000 A.D. & Geography
    • World History from 1000 A.D. to the Present & Geography
    • U.S. History
  • 8. High School SOL Assessments (2 of 2)
    • Algebra I
    • Geometry
    • Algebra II
    • Biology
    • Chemistry
  • 9. Class Weight Scale
  • 10. Science Biology H Biology AP Environ Science Earth Science H Earth Science Biol. II-Genetics Biol. II-Marine Sci Biol. II-Zoology AP Biology/Lab AP Chem./Lab Adv.. Bio/Chem. (NH) Chemistry H Chemistry AP Physics physics II (NH) Active Physics H Physics Adv.. Physics (NH)
  • 11. Social Studies Grade 9 World Geography, H World Geography Grade 10 World History, H World History Grade 11 US History H US History, AP US History Grade12 Government H Government, AP Government
  • 12. Health/PE
  • 13. 8th Grade Pre-Algebra & EPA
    • Algebra I (435)
    • Algebra I & Lab (2 periods) (413)
    • Algebra I A/B (one semester)
    • Algebra I A/B & Lab (2 periods) (one semester)
  • 14. 8th Grade Algebra
    • Pre- IB Geometry (with grades A,B,C*)
    • Algebra 1 (with grades C*,D,F)
  • 15. 8TH Grade Geometry
    • Algebra/Trig (with grades A, B, C*)
    • Algebra 2 (with grades C*, D)
    • Pre-IB Geometry (with grade F)
  • 16. English 9 English & Communication Skills (2 periods) 9 English 9 H English
  • 17. 9th Schedule for Standard Diploma
    • 9th English
    • 9th Communications Skills or Elective
    • Algebra
    • Algebra Lab or Elective
    • Earth Science
    • World Geography
    • Health I/PE I
  • 18. 9th Grade Schedule for Advanced Diploma
    • 9th H English
    • Math
    • H Earth Science or H Biology
    • H World Geography
    • Foreign Language
    • Health I /PE I
    • Elective
  • 19. Elective Courses (1 of 4)
    • English:
    • Creative Writing
    • Public Speaking*
    • Mythology*
    • Young Adult Literature
    • Drama I
    • Journalism I
    • Debate (HONORS) * semester courses
  • 20. Elective Courses (2 of 4)
    • Mathematics:
    • Computer Math I
    • Social Studies:
    • Multicultural World (semester)
    • Foreign Language:
    • French/German/Spanish/Latin*/Japanese **
    • French/German/Spanish II
    • *Menchville **Menchville & Woodside
  • 21. Elective Courses (3 of 4)
    • Art:
    • Art I
    • Introduction to Art*
    • Music:
    • Mixed Chorus
    • Inter./Advanced Woodwind/Brass/Perc.
    • Intermediate Orchestra
    • Guitar I
    • Music Theory I
    • JROTC:
    • Military Science
  • 22. Elective Courses (4 of 4)
    • Vocational Ed.
    • Principles of Business/Marketing (611)
    • Keyboarding/Computer Applications (613)
    • *Word Processing (semester) (637)
    • Keyboarding (semester) (615)
    • Communications Technology
    • Basic Technical Drawing
    • Foundations of Technology (semester)
    • Individual Development (Work/Family Studies)
  • 23. Programs Requiring Application
    • AVID
    • Point Option
  • 24. Magnet Programs
  • 25. Newport News Magnet Programs
    • Performing Arts Magnet at Woodside (dance, drama, or music)
    • Aviation Magnet at Denbigh
    • Engineering & Technology Magnet at Heritage
    • University/Traditional Magnet at Heritage
    • University/Communications Magnet at Heritage
    • University/Visual Arts Magnet at Heritage
  • 26. Arts and Communication at Woodside
    • Music
    • Dance
    • Drama
  • 27. Aviation Academy at Denbigh
    • Aviation
    • Aircraft Maintenance & Repair
    • A+ and CISCO computer courses
    • Preflight course
    • Delta Air Lines Technical Career Academy
    • Optional JROTC at Denbigh
  • 28. Engineering/Technology Magnet at Heritage
    • Engineering
    • Architecture
    • Electrical Technician
    • Computer Science
    • Engineering Technician
    • Industrial Apprenticeship
  • 29. University/Traditional Magnet at Heritage
    • Arts & Humanities
    • Behavioral and Social Sciences
    • Math and Computer Science
    • Natural Science
    • Business/marketing
  • 30. University/Communications Magnet at Heritage
  • 31. University/Visual Arts Magnet at Heritage
  • 32. International Baccalaureate (IB) at Warwick
    • Rigorous and comprehensive program
    • Service requirement
    • Admission application (not Lottery)
    • Requires a 3.0 GPA, completion of Algebra I and foreign language in middle school