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This presentation was presented by Brandeis' Head Counselor on February 11th for the parents of incoming freshmen for the 2010-2011 school year.

This presentation was presented by Brandeis' Head Counselor on February 11th for the parents of incoming freshmen for the 2010-2011 school year.

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  •  
  • Welcome
  • Brandeis High School Staff
    • Principal Dr. Geri Berger
    • Vice-Principal Dr. Jerry Woods
    • Academic Dean Jason Schmidt
    • Assistant Principal Eric Craig
    • Assistant Principal Cynthia Evans
    • Assistant Principal Mike McKenna
    • Assitant Principal Krista Garcia
    • Head Counselor Bill Hill
    • Counselor Dr. Leah Alviar
    • Counselor Belinda Cisneros
    • Counselor Darrell Clarke
    • Counselor Valerie Martinez
    • Counselor Karen Sebastian
  • Special Programs Staff
    • Athletic Coordinator John Campbell
    • Asst. Athletic Coordinator Maddie Williams
    • Pep Squad Directors Kendall Ellis
    • Band Director Richard Herrera
    • Choir Director Rebecca Dawson
    • JROTC Major Luis Antequera
    • Special Education Coordinator Veronica Madden
  • Keep In Mind…
    • Carefully plan your schedule and develop a 6 year plan.
    • Challenge yourself with Pre-AP classes and extracurricular activities.
    • Good study habits are a must.
    • Find a connection!
  • NISD GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
    • ENGLISH
    • MATH
    • SCIENCE
    • SOCIAL STUDIES
    • PHYSICAL EDUCATION
    • HEALTH
    • COMMUNICATION APPLICATIONS
    • FINE ARTS
    • 2 CREDITS OF INTERNATIONAL LANGUAGE
    • ELECTIVES
    • TECHNOLOGY CREDIT
    • FOR CLASS OF 2011, 2012,AND 2013
  • N.I.S.D Graduation Plans Distinguished Plan 26 Credits Recommended Plan 26 Credits
  • Credit
    • 1 credit is earned for successful completion of a full year course.
    • Most required courses are full year.
    • Credit is awarded at the end of each semester.
    • Semester courses award .5 credit after successful completion.
    • Attendance is critical
  • Elective
    • This is any course which is not specifically required for graduation
    • Examples: JOURNALISM
    • CALCULUS
    • AQUATIC SCIENCE
    • PSYCHOLOGY
    • CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY
  • Electives: Theatre Art Business Family and Consumer Science Fire Science and Law Enforcement Program Music
  • Class Status
    • Freshman 9 th Grade 0-4.5 credits
    • Sophomore 10 th Grade 5-11.5 credits
    • Junior 11 th Grade 12-18.5 credits
    • Senior 12 th Grade 19 credits
    • including English 1,2,3 and enrolled in all courses needed to graduate
    • *Subject to change
  • Required Courses
    • English 4 credits
    • Math 4 credits
    • Science 4 credits
    • Social Studies
            • 4 credits
  • International Languages Any 2 levels of the same International Language are Required for the Recommended Graduation Plan
  • CATE COURSES
    • INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    • HUMAN SERVICES
    • AUDIO/VISUAL TECHNOLOGY
    • AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
    • FIRE SCIENCE AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
    • ARCHITECTURE
    • CULINARY ARTS
    • ENGINEERING
    • CONSTRUCTION
    • EDUCATION AND TRAINING
    • FASHION DESIGN
  • Family and Consumer Sciences Restaurant Management or Principles of Hospitality & Tourism Culinary Arts Principles of Education and Training Teaching K – 8 th Principles of Human Services Teaching pre-K – 3 rd or Fashion Design
  • Fine Arts Credit Performance Music – One Credit Prep Band Orchestra Choir 1 Credit Theatre Arts 1 Technical Theatre Dance1 Art 1
    • Physical Education (P.E)
    • 1.5 Credits
    • (1 Credit for class of 2014)
  • P.E. Substitutes BAND ROTC Pep Squad Athletics
  • Health .5 Credit
  • Communication Applications (Speech) .5 Credit
  • HIGH SCHOOL MATH PROGRESSIONS 9 th Grade 10 th Grade 11 th Grade 12 th Grade Algebra I  Geometry  Math Models  Algebra II Algebra I  Geometry  Algebra II  Pre-Calculus Algebra I Pre-AP  Geometry Pre-AP  Algebra II Pre-AP  Pre-Calculus Geometry Pre-AP  Algebra II Pre-AP  Pre-Calculus Pre-AP  Calculus AB Algebra II Pre-AP  Pre-Calculus Pre-AP  Calculus AB  Calculus BC
  • P-AP Courses
    • P-AP courses include a wider range and depth of subject matter than regular courses, requiring higher motivation as well as an ability to think critically and perform well both independently and in groups.
    • Students must meet selection criteria based on grades, teacher recommendation and any other department requirements.
  • Summer Reading
    • Please check out our Website
    • Pre-AP English and Pre-AP World Geography have Summer Reading and Summer Projects
    • If you are recommended for Pre-AP World Geography you must also participate in the NISD History Fair
  • Example of Schedule PERIOD Semester 1 Semester 2 CREDITS Students are assigned to courses randomly by computer 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Algebra 1 Algebra 1 German 1 German 1 LUNCH LUNCH World Geography World Geography Principles of Human Services Principles of Human Services Dance Pep Squad Biology Biology English 1 English 1
  • Example of Schedule PERIOD Semester 1 Semester 2 CREDITS Students are assigned to courses randomly by computer 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Geometry Pre-AP Geometry Pre-AP Spanish 1 Spanish 1 LUNCH LUNCH World History World History Theater Arts 1 Theater Arts 1 ROTC ROTC Chemistry Chemistry English 2 English 2
  • Example of Schedule PERIOD Semester 1 Semester 2 CREDITS Students are assigned to courses randomly by computer 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Algebra 2 Pre-AP Algebra 2 Pre-AP Athletics - Football Athletics - Football Digital Media Digital Media LUNCH LUNCH Spanish 3 Spanish 3 U.S. History U.S. History Physics Pre-AP Physics Pre-AP English 3 AP Dual English 3 AP Dual
  • Clubs and Organizations Art club Bowling Choral music Culinary Club Drama Club Friends Having Fun Forensic league/speech Geography club French Club German Club GT/ ISM Journalism Latin club Mu Alpha Theta Orchestra NHS Service learning Spanish club Student council Spirit organization
  • Questions Call the counseling office at 397-8232
  • http://brandeishs.nisd.net Check us out on the web!