WelcomeWelcome
Class of 2015Class of 2015
Registration for yourRegistration for your
Senior YearSenior Year
High School GraduationHigh School Graduation
RequirementsRequirements
 Must complete minimum of 217.5 unitsMust complete ...
High School GraduationHigh School Graduation
MINIMUMMINIMUM COURSE REQUIREMENTSCOURSE REQUIREMENTS
 HistoryHistory 30 uni...
3 Requirements for3 Requirements for 4-year4-year UniversitiesUniversities
1. Course Requirements1. Course Requirements
 ...
CSUCSU UCUC
A. HistoryA. History 22 HistoryHistory
US + Social ScienceUS + Social Science World & USWorld & US
B. EnglishB...
REGISTRATION FORREGISTRATION FOR
YOUR SENIOR YEARYOUR SENIOR YEAR
Your Registration EnvelopeYour Registration Envelope
includes:includes:
1)1) Registration PacketRegistration Packet
2)2) S...
Registration for Senior YearRegistration for Senior Year
 You are expected to enroll in 6 classes; you areYou are expecte...
Front of Student Information SheetFront of Student Information Sheet
Please complete inPlease complete in INKINK
Back of Student Information SheetBack of Student Information Sheet
Please complete inPlease complete in INKINK
COURSE LIST 2014-15COURSE LIST 2014-15
(Front Side)(Front Side)
COURSE LIST 2014-15COURSE LIST 2014-15
(Back Side)(Back Side)
ACADEMIC RUBRICACADEMIC RUBRIC
A-G LISTA-G LIST
GREEN REGISTRATION CARDGREEN REGISTRATION CARD
(Use PENCIL)(Use PENCIL)
Course RecommendationsCourse Recommendations
(Front Side)(Front Side)
Course RecommendationsCourse Recommendations
(Back Side)(Back Side)
EnglishEnglish
Semester Long Courses –Semester Long Courses –
Must Choose Alternate:Must Choose Alternate:
 Bible as Lite...
Social ScienceSocial Science
 American GovernmentAmerican Government
(semester long class)(semester long class)
 Economi...
Social Science IB & APSocial Science IB & AP
 Economics IB HL2Economics IB HL2 (must have completed(must have completed E...
Science - Life SciencesScience - Life Sciences
 Life ScienceLife Science
 BiologyBiology
 Hon BiologyHon Biology
 Ag-B...
Science - PhysicalScience - Physical
ScienceScience
 Physical SciencePhysical Science
 Earth Science/LabEarth Science/La...
MathMath
COLLEGE PREPCOLLEGE PREP
 Alg Foundations 2Alg Foundations 2
 ROP-Introduction toROP-Introduction to
Engineerin...
Foreign LanguageForeign Language
 ChineseChinese
 FrenchFrench
 GermanGerman
 KoreanKorean
 SpanishSpanish
 Strongly...
Visual/Performing ArtVisual/Performing Art
UC/CSU approvedUC/CSU approved
 Drawing & PaintingDrawing & Painting
 Communi...
Physical EducationPhysical Education
 PEPE
 Weight TrainingWeight Training
 Marching Band (7Marching Band (7thth
Period...
Electives you might want to consider….Electives you might want to consider….
 Visual Basic - Computer programmingVisual B...
ROP OFF CAMPUSROP OFF CAMPUS
 What: Free Elective classes offered after school and on weekendsWhat: Free Elective classes...
ROP OFF CAMPUS (cont.)ROP OFF CAMPUS (cont.)
 Some of the most popular classes and pathways include:Some of the most popu...
TENTATIVETENTATIVE
SUMMER SCHOOL - SHHSSUMMER SCHOOL - SHHS
FIRST SESSION : JUNE 2 - JUNE 26FIRST SESSION : JUNE 2 - JUNE ...
TENTATIVETENTATIVE
Summer School Offerings 2014Summer School Offerings 2014
WHITE SUMMER SCHOOLWHITE SUMMER SCHOOL
CARDCARD
(Front Side)(Front Side)
WHITE SUMMER SCHOOLWHITE SUMMER SCHOOL
CARDCARD
(Back Side)(Back Side)
SHHS UNIT MAKE-UPSHHS UNIT MAKE-UP
(Saturday Academic School)(Saturday Academic School)
*If you have lost units due to*If ...
What if I need help?What if I need help?
 Talk to your teachersTalk to your teachers
 Talk to your counselorTalk to your...
What if I change my mind after I turn in myWhat if I change my mind after I turn in my
card?card?
You can come in and see ...
Registration Material ReturnRegistration Material Return
Your registration materials are due to the Room 5Your registratio...
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2014 2015- registration presentation-current juniors

  1. 1. WelcomeWelcome Class of 2015Class of 2015 Registration for yourRegistration for your Senior YearSenior Year
  2. 2. High School GraduationHigh School Graduation RequirementsRequirements  Must complete minimum of 217.5 unitsMust complete minimum of 217.5 units  Must be enrolled in at least 5 classesMust be enrolled in at least 5 classes BOTH semesters of your Senior YearBOTH semesters of your Senior Year  Must earn 40 units senior yearMust earn 40 units senior year  Must complete Algebra 1 (or equivalent)Must complete Algebra 1 (or equivalent)  Must pass the computer competencyMust pass the computer competency  Must pass the CAHSEEMust pass the CAHSEE  No unit loss in any required classesNo unit loss in any required classes
  3. 3. High School GraduationHigh School Graduation MINIMUMMINIMUM COURSE REQUIREMENTSCOURSE REQUIREMENTS  HistoryHistory 30 units30 units (World History, US History, Gov, & Econ)(World History, US History, Gov, & Econ)  EnglishEnglish 40 units40 units  MathMath 30 units30 units (Must include Algebra 1 or its equivalent)(Must include Algebra 1 or its equivalent)  ScienceScience 20 units20 units (including 1 year Life & 1 year Physical)(including 1 year Life & 1 year Physical)  Foreign Lang 10 unitsForeign Lang 10 units or Fine Artor Fine Art  PE 20 unitsPE 20 units  HealthHealth 2.5 units2.5 units  ElectivesElectives 65 units65 units TOTALTOTAL 217.5 UNITS217.5 UNITS
  4. 4. 3 Requirements for3 Requirements for 4-year4-year UniversitiesUniversities 1. Course Requirements1. Course Requirements  Must take the right college prep & honors classesMust take the right college prep & honors classes 2. Scholarship Requirement2. Scholarship Requirement  Must earn competitive gradesMust earn competitive grades  NO “D’s” or “F’s”NO “D’s” or “F’s” 3. Test Requirements3. Test Requirements  Must take the appropriate college entrance examsMust take the appropriate college entrance exams  SAT Reasoning TestSAT Reasoning Test oror ACT with Writing (required)ACT with Writing (required)  SAT Subject TestsSAT Subject Tests *No longer required by UC’s but sometimes recommended*No longer required by UC’s but sometimes recommended **Still required by some Private Schools (check with individual campuses)Still required by some Private Schools (check with individual campuses)
  5. 5. CSUCSU UCUC A. HistoryA. History 22 HistoryHistory US + Social ScienceUS + Social Science World & USWorld & US B. EnglishB. English 44 EnglishEnglish C. MathematicsC. Mathematics 3*3* MathematicsMathematics Alg 1/Geom/Alg 2Alg 1/Geom/Alg 2 Pre-Calc or higherPre-Calc or higher D. ScienceD. Science 2*2* ScienceScience Bio/ChemBio/Chem (maybe Earth Science(maybe Earth Science Bio/Chem/PhysicsBio/Chem/Physics depending on campus)depending on campus) E. Foreign LangE. Foreign Lang 2*2* Foreign LangForeign Lang F. Visual/Perf ArtF. Visual/Perf Art 11 Visual/PerfArtVisual/PerfArt G. ElectiveG. Elective 11 ElectiveElective 15 total15 total requiredrequired year long classesyear long classes
  6. 6. REGISTRATION FORREGISTRATION FOR YOUR SENIOR YEARYOUR SENIOR YEAR
  7. 7. Your Registration EnvelopeYour Registration Envelope includes:includes: 1)1) Registration PacketRegistration Packet 2)2) Student Information SheetStudent Information Sheet 3)3) GREENGREEN Registration CardRegistration Card 4)4) White Summer School CardWhite Summer School Card 5)5) Copy of your grad status and transcriptCopy of your grad status and transcript 6)6) Copy of the Honors PlacementCopy of the Honors Placement Recommendation PaperRecommendation Paper
  8. 8. Registration for Senior YearRegistration for Senior Year  You are expected to enroll in 6 classes; you areYou are expected to enroll in 6 classes; you are required to enroll in 5 classes (each semester)required to enroll in 5 classes (each semester)  Make sure that you register for any classesMake sure that you register for any classes needed for graduationneeded for graduation  Make sure you register for any classes neededMake sure you register for any classes needed for college admissionfor college admission Complete yourComplete your Student Information Sheet inStudent Information Sheet in INKINK Complete yourComplete your Green Registration Card inGreen Registration Card in PENCILPENCIL
  9. 9. Front of Student Information SheetFront of Student Information Sheet Please complete inPlease complete in INKINK
  10. 10. Back of Student Information SheetBack of Student Information Sheet Please complete inPlease complete in INKINK
  11. 11. COURSE LIST 2014-15COURSE LIST 2014-15 (Front Side)(Front Side)
  12. 12. COURSE LIST 2014-15COURSE LIST 2014-15 (Back Side)(Back Side)
  13. 13. ACADEMIC RUBRICACADEMIC RUBRIC
  14. 14. A-G LISTA-G LIST
  15. 15. GREEN REGISTRATION CARDGREEN REGISTRATION CARD (Use PENCIL)(Use PENCIL)
  16. 16. Course RecommendationsCourse Recommendations (Front Side)(Front Side)
  17. 17. Course RecommendationsCourse Recommendations (Back Side)(Back Side)
  18. 18. EnglishEnglish Semester Long Courses –Semester Long Courses – Must Choose Alternate:Must Choose Alternate:  Bible as LiteratureBible as Literature  California LiteratureCalifornia Literature  NovelNovel Please Review Course Descriptions in yourPlease Review Course Descriptions in your registration packet before choosingregistration packet before choosing Year Long Courses:Year Long Courses:  AP English LanguageAP English Language  AP English LiteratureAP English Literature  English IB HL 2English IB HL 2  ExpositoryExpository Reading/WritingReading/Writing (ERWC)(ERWC)
  19. 19. Social ScienceSocial Science  American GovernmentAmerican Government (semester long class)(semester long class)  EconomicsEconomics (semester long class)(semester long class)  Ag EconomicsAg Economics (year-long)(year-long) (must have had previous Ag(must have had previous Ag classes)classes)  PsychologyPsychology (semester long class)(semester long class)  SociologySociology (semester long class)(semester long class)
  20. 20. Social Science IB & APSocial Science IB & AP  Economics IB HL2Economics IB HL2 (must have completed(must have completed Economics IB HL1)Economics IB HL1)  History of the Americas IB HL2 (for IB Diploma)History of the Americas IB HL2 (for IB Diploma)  IB Theory of KnowledgeIB Theory of Knowledge ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________  AP Art HistoryAP Art History  AP American GovernmentAP American Government (Offered Spring semester only)(Offered Spring semester only)  AP Gov/AP MacroAP Gov/AP Macro (Year-long course)(Year-long course)  AP European HistoryAP European History  AP Human GeographyAP Human Geography  AP PsychologyAP Psychology
  21. 21. Science - Life SciencesScience - Life Sciences  Life ScienceLife Science  BiologyBiology  Hon BiologyHon Biology  Ag-BiologyAg-Biology  Vet ScienceVet Science (Must have completed Biology or Ag Biology)(Must have completed Biology or Ag Biology)  Human AnatomyHuman Anatomy & Physiology& Physiology (Must have competed Chemistry(Must have competed Chemistry))  AP BiologyAP Biology
  22. 22. Science - PhysicalScience - Physical ScienceScience  Physical SciencePhysical Science  Earth Science/LabEarth Science/Lab  Ag Earth ScienceAg Earth Science  ChemistryChemistry (Must be enrolled in Algebra 2 or higher)(Must be enrolled in Algebra 2 or higher)  Hon ChemistryHon Chemistry  AP ChemistryAP Chemistry  PhysicsPhysics  IB PhysicsIB Physics  AP PhysicsAP Physics  ROP-Principles ofROP-Principles of EngineeringEngineering (Must be enrolled in Geometry or higher)(Must be enrolled in Geometry or higher)
  23. 23. MathMath COLLEGE PREPCOLLEGE PREP  Alg Foundations 2Alg Foundations 2  ROP-Introduction toROP-Introduction to Engineering DesignEngineering Design  Math 20Math 20 (3(3rdrd year only)year only)  AccountingAccounting (3(3rdrd year only)year only)  Algebra 1Algebra 1  GeometryGeometry  Algebra 2Algebra 2  Adv Algebra/TrigAdv Algebra/Trig  Pre-CalculusPre-Calculus  Math AnalysisMath Analysis HONORSHONORS  Honors GeometryHonors Geometry  Honors Algebra 2Honors Algebra 2  Honors Pre-CalculusHonors Pre-Calculus  AP StatisticsAP Statistics  Mathematics IB SLMathematics IB SL  Mathematics IB HL 2Mathematics IB HL 2  AP Calculus ABAP Calculus AB  AP Calculus BCAP Calculus BC
  24. 24. Foreign LanguageForeign Language  ChineseChinese  FrenchFrench  GermanGerman  KoreanKorean  SpanishSpanish  Strongly recommended toStrongly recommended to complete year with a “C”complete year with a “C” or better to move to 2 oror better to move to 2 or 33  Strongly recommended toStrongly recommended to complete 3rd yr with acomplete 3rd yr with a “B” or better to move to“B” or better to move to AP/IBAP/IB  Strongly recommended toStrongly recommended to complete Spanish 2 withcomplete Spanish 2 with an “A” to move toan “A” to move to Spanish 3 HonorsSpanish 3 Honors
  25. 25. Visual/Performing ArtVisual/Performing Art UC/CSU approvedUC/CSU approved  Drawing & PaintingDrawing & Painting  Communication DesignCommunication Design  3-D Design3-D Design  Special Studies or APSpecial Studies or AP (in any of the above art classes)(in any of the above art classes)  IB Visual ArtsIB Visual Arts (Full Diploma Only)(Full Diploma Only)  Concert BandConcert Band  Symphonic BandSymphonic Band  OrchestraOrchestra  Jazz EnsembleJazz Ensemble  GuitarGuitar  ROP-PhotographyROP-Photography  Beginning DanceBeginning Dance  Int. Dance/Adv.DanceInt. Dance/Adv.Dance (teach rec)(teach rec)  Dance ProductionDance Production (audition)(audition)  Mixed ChoirMixed Choir  Women’s EnsembleWomen’s Ensemble (audition)(audition)  Vocal EnsembleVocal Ensemble (audition)(audition)  Theatre 1/Theater 2/Theatre 1/Theater 2/ Theater 3Theater 3  Theatre IB HL 1/HL 2Theatre IB HL 1/HL 2  AP Art HistoryAP Art History  Art & History of FloralArt & History of Floral DesignDesign
  26. 26. Physical EducationPhysical Education  PEPE  Weight TrainingWeight Training  Marching Band (7Marching Band (7thth Period)Period)  Sports (no “7Sports (no “7thth period” sports)period” sports)  DanceDance Miscellaneous RequirementsMiscellaneous Requirements  Health (AvailableHealth (Available ONLYONLY in Summer)in Summer)  Computer CompetencyComputer Competency (CAT, Media Production, Visual(CAT, Media Production, Visual Basic, Fundamentals of Programming, AP Computer Science will allBasic, Fundamentals of Programming, AP Computer Science will all satisfy the computer competency)satisfy the computer competency)
  27. 27. Electives you might want to consider….Electives you might want to consider….  Visual Basic - Computer programmingVisual Basic - Computer programming  Fundamentals of ProgrammingFundamentals of Programming  AP Computer Science AAP Computer Science A  AP Environmental ScienceAP Environmental Science  Psychology or SociologyPsychology or Sociology  Introduction to Business or Business LawIntroduction to Business or Business Law  AccountingAccounting  The Art and History of Floral DesignThe Art and History of Floral Design  TheaterTheater  Mixed ChoirMixed Choir  ROP Computer Aided DesignROP Computer Aided Design  Introduction to Ornamental HorticultureIntroduction to Ornamental Horticulture  Media ProductionMedia Production See yourSee your COURSE LISTCOURSE LIST for a complete list of course offerings.for a complete list of course offerings.
  28. 28. ROP OFF CAMPUSROP OFF CAMPUS  What: Free Elective classes offered after school and on weekendsWhat: Free Elective classes offered after school and on weekends  Where: Various locations near Sunny Hills High SchoolWhere: Various locations near Sunny Hills High School  Why: You will earn elective credit while exploring options inWhy: You will earn elective credit while exploring options in different career and technical fieldsdifferent career and technical fields Many of the classes are A-G approvedMany of the classes are A-G approved Some classes lead to employmentSome classes lead to employment  How: Come to Room 5 and pick up a ROP Catalog and registrationHow: Come to Room 5 and pick up a ROP Catalog and registration form. Instructions are attached.form. Instructions are attached.
  29. 29. ROP OFF CAMPUS (cont.)ROP OFF CAMPUS (cont.)  Some of the most popular classes and pathways include:Some of the most popular classes and pathways include: CulinaryCulinary DentalDental Financial ServicesFinancial Services MedicalMedical PharmacyPharmacy Retail CareersRetail Careers Theme Park (Knotts)Theme Park (Knotts) Careers with ChildrenCareers with Children Registration fills up quickly and students must turn in forms well ahead of theRegistration fills up quickly and students must turn in forms well ahead of the start date for the classstart date for the class  See Mrs. Osborne for additional details or any ROP questions.See Mrs. Osborne for additional details or any ROP questions.
  30. 30. TENTATIVETENTATIVE SUMMER SCHOOL - SHHSSUMMER SCHOOL - SHHS FIRST SESSION : JUNE 2 - JUNE 26FIRST SESSION : JUNE 2 - JUNE 26 SECOND SESSION : JUNE 30 – JULY 24SECOND SESSION : JUNE 30 – JULY 24 MON – THURS 7:45 AM – 1:05 PMMON – THURS 7:45 AM – 1:05 PM  What to take?What to take?  Computer Competency (1 week)Computer Competency (1 week)  HealthHealth (2 weeks)(2 weeks)  Repeat any F’s for graduationRepeat any F’s for graduation  Repeat any D’s for college eligibilityRepeat any D’s for college eligibility  American Government or EconomicsAmerican Government or Economics
  31. 31. TENTATIVETENTATIVE Summer School Offerings 2014Summer School Offerings 2014
  32. 32. WHITE SUMMER SCHOOLWHITE SUMMER SCHOOL CARDCARD (Front Side)(Front Side)
  33. 33. WHITE SUMMER SCHOOLWHITE SUMMER SCHOOL CARDCARD (Back Side)(Back Side)
  34. 34. SHHS UNIT MAKE-UPSHHS UNIT MAKE-UP (Saturday Academic School)(Saturday Academic School) *If you have lost units due to*If you have lost units due to unexcused absencesunexcused absences  1 unit = 3 consecutive Saturdays1 unit = 3 consecutive Saturdays  3 Saturdays each month (8:00 am – 12:00 pm)3 Saturdays each month (8:00 am – 12:00 pm)  See your counselor for registrationSee your counselor for registration
  35. 35. What if I need help?What if I need help?  Talk to your teachersTalk to your teachers  Talk to your counselorTalk to your counselor  Carefully review theCarefully review the Course ListCourse List andand thethe Honors RecommendationHonors Recommendation Paper.Paper.
  36. 36. What if I change my mind after I turn in myWhat if I change my mind after I turn in my card?card? You can come in and see your counselor atYou can come in and see your counselor at break, lunch or after school untilbreak, lunch or after school until MARCH 20MARCH 20thth to make any scheduleto make any schedule adjustments. You must bring in a note fromadjustments. You must bring in a note from your parents to change your schedule.your parents to change your schedule.
  37. 37. Registration Material ReturnRegistration Material Return Your registration materials are due to the Room 5Your registration materials are due to the Room 5 according to the following schedule:according to the following schedule: Tuesday, February 18: Kwon, WeinreichTuesday, February 18: Kwon, Weinreich Wednesday, February 19:Wednesday, February 19: Lee, WildeLee, Wilde Thursday, February 20:Thursday, February 20: De Backer, Karavedas and Students withoutDe Backer, Karavedas and Students without US HistoryUS History Please turn in the following:Please turn in the following: 1) Completed Student Information Sheet1) Completed Student Information Sheet 2) Completed2) Completed GREENGREEN Registration CardRegistration Card 3) Completed White Summer Card3) Completed White Summer Card *Please write your*Please write your RETURN DATERETURN DATE in the space provided on the opening letter to your parents (2in the space provided on the opening letter to your parents (2ndnd page of your registration packet) and on the front cover of your Registration Envelope.page of your registration packet) and on the front cover of your Registration Envelope. TEACHERS, please post the date on the front board.TEACHERS, please post the date on the front board. *Remember to bring your transcript and grad status report with you to Room 5 for reference.*Remember to bring your transcript and grad status report with you to Room 5 for reference.

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