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9th Grade Presentation
9th Grade Presentation
9th Grade Presentation
9th Grade Presentation
9th Grade Presentation
9th Grade Presentation
9th Grade Presentation
9th Grade Presentation
9th Grade Presentation
9th Grade Presentation
9th Grade Presentation
9th Grade Presentation
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  • 1. 9TH GRADE PRESENTATION
  • 2.  Earn 230 credits  Pass all required classes  Show Computer Proficiency  Pass the California High School Exits Exam (CAHSEE)  Meet Service Learning Requirements
  • 3.  To be in the 10th grade you must have 55 credits in the fall.  To be in the 11th grade you must have 110 credits in the fall.  To be 12th grade you must have 170 credits by July 1st .
  • 4. 1st Semester 9th Grade 30 credits (1st Sem.) 10th Grade 85 credits (1st Sem.) 11th Grade 140 credits (1st Sem.) 12th Grade 200 credits (1st Sem.) 2nd Semester 9th Grade 55 credits (2nd Sem.) 10th Grade 110 credits (2nd Sem.) 11th Grade 170 credits (2nd Sem.) 12th Grade 230 credits (2nd Sem.)
  • 5. If you do not have the necessary credits by the beginning of the school year, you will not be promoted to the next grade level until the beginning of the next year.
  • 6.  Adult School  Beyond the Bell  A-Friedman Occupational Center  Any Community College Classes are offered in the evening, Saturday, while you are on track & off track.
  • 7.  4 years of English  3 years of Social Science  2 years of College Prep Math  1 year of Biology  1 year of a Lab Physical Science (Chemistry/Physics)  2 years of P.E.  1 Semester of Health  1 Semester of Life Skills  1 year of Applied Technology  1 year of V.A.P.A.  70 Elective Credits
  • 8.  ENGLISH 9A/9B  ALGEBRA 1A/1B or GEOMETRY A/B  BIOLOGY  FOREIGN LANGUAGE/ ELECTIVE CLASS  P.E./J.R.O.T.C./BAND/SPORT  HEALTH/LIFE SKILLS  INTERVENTION CLASS
  • 9. The CAHSEE consist of two parts: MATH & ENGLISH  You must score a minimum of 350 on the Math and English portions of the test.  If either Math & English are passed, that section will not have to be taken again.  If either Math & English are not passed, there will be multiple chances to retake.  Both sections must be passed to receive a Diploma. NOTE: The 1st time you will take the CAHSEE is the 2nd semester of 10th Grade, must have 55 credits to take CAHSEE.
  • 10. A- History/Social Science (2 years required) B- English (4 years required) C- Mathematics (3 years required, 4 years recommended) D- Laboratory Science (2 years required, 3 years recommended) E- Foreign Language (2 years required of the same language, 3 years recommended) F- VAPA- (1 year required) G- College Preparatory Elective- (1 year required)
  • 11.  Learn about Graduation Requirements  Review CSU and UC entrance requirements  Find out about school activities and get involved  Begin tracking your own high school progress  Maintain at least a “C” average in your classes
  • 12.  See your Counselor regularly  Keep track of the classes you passed and Graduation Requirements  Keep track of your credits  Pass all your classes  If you Fail a class make it up right away!
  • 13.  Are you planning on going to a 4 year college after high school  Are you planning on going to a 2 year college after high school  Are you going to a trade tech or vocational school
  • 14. Your High School Counselor is here to help! Come in & see us soon!!

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