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  • 1. Northsouth
    High School Registration
  • 2. Graduation Requirements
    English (4 credits)
    Math (4 credits)
    Science (3 credits)
    Social Studies (3 credits)
    Physical Education (1 credit)
    Foreign Language (2 yr requirement begins with Class of 2016)
    Health (1/2 credit)
    Visual, Performing, or Applied Arts (1 credit)
    Computers (1/2 credit)
  • 3. Required Classes
    English, Math, Social Studies, Science and Physical Education
    There are 7 periods in a day (49 min. classes)
    36 minute lunch
    Monday 8:42 am - 3:05 pm
    Tuesday – Friday 8:00 am - 3:05 pm
  • 4. English
    101 Freshman English
    103 Honors Freshman English
  • 5. Math
    318 Algebra I Essentials
    310 Algebra I Essentials Support
    307 Algebra I College Prep
    320 Algebra I CP Support
    330 Honors Geometry
    Math teacher recommendation
  • 6. Science
    407 Earth Science
    408 Honors Earth Science
    404 Honors Biology (must be in Honors Algebra in 8th grade)
  • 7. Social Studies
    572 World History and Geography
    573 Honors World History and Geography
  • 8. Physical Education
    916 Introduction to Team Sports
    917 Introduction to Lifetime and Leisure Activities
  • 9. Electives
    Art
    Business Education
    Journalism
    Lifeskills & Health Education
    Modern & Classical Languages
    Performing Arts
    Technology Education
    Television Production
    Tutorial
  • 10. Art
    700 Survey of Art History
    701Concepts & Materials in Art
  • 11. Business
    600 Business Explorations
    612 Information Processing I
    613 Information Processing II
    617 Keyboarding & Info Processing
    615 Marketing I
    616 Marketing II
  • 12. Lifeskills
    800 Food for Fitness I
    805 Food for Fitness II
    * prerequisite: Foods 800
    801 Fashion & Fabrics I
    802 Fashion & Fabrics II
    815 Art of Pastry/Dessert Preparation
    * prerequisite: Foods 800 (North)
    824 Interior Design/Housing
    825 Child Development
    920 Health w/ family planning
  • 13. Modern & Classical Languages
    201 French I
    203 French II*
    * teacher recommendation required
    * French I required
    211 Italian I
    212 Italian II
    216 Latin I * South only
    221 German I
    231 Spanish I
    232 Spanish II*
    * Spanish I required
    * teacher recommendation required
    233 Spanish III*
    * Spanish II required
    * teacher recommendation required
    248 Chinese I
  • 14. Performing Arts
    752 Concert Band
    757 Concert Orchestra
    766 Choir-Beginning (Soprano & Alto)
    767 Choir-Beginning (Tenor & Bass)
    772 Music Theory I
    773 Music Theory II
    776 Music Through Technology I
    781 Beginning Piano (South)
    786 Aspects of Acting
    787 Actors Workshop (semester 2)*
    *prerequisite 786
    788 Contemporary Dance I (North)
  • 15. Technology
    852 Small Engine Repair (South)
    859 Technology Applications
    860 Survey of Engineering Graphics
    861 Engineering Graphics I
  • 16. T.V. Production
    793 Television Production I
    794 Television Production II
  • 17. Additional Electives
    106 Journalism
    113 Honors Journalism (teacher recommendation)
    012 Intro to Computer Applications
    016 Digital Seminar (North)
    375 Beginning Programming
    961/962 Tutorial I and II (no credit)
  • 18. Support Classes
    Freshman Assist
    • Additional English Class. Based on test scores and teacher recommendation
    Math Assist
    • Additional Math Class. Teacher recommendation
    Student Center
    • Academic and organizational support
  • High School Program of Studies
    Detailed descriptions of each class at www.gpschools.org
    Click on Academics > Programs of Studies > High School Program of Studies 2010/2011
  • 19. Timeline
    Forms due: On or before Feb. 3rd
    Return Course Request form to your Social Studies Teacher. Make sure it is signed by a parent.
    Feb. 4th and 5th – computer lab during Social Studies Class
  • 20. Contact Information
    If you or your parents have any questions please contact your middle school counselor:
    Marie Fachini-Kurily (A-K)
    432-3914
    Angie Niforos (L-Z)
    432-3915
  • 21. High School Counselors
    North
    Jill Davenport A-C
    Joyce Lyjak D-I
    Milissa Pierce J-Ma
    Brian White Mc-Sc
    Barbara Skelly Se-Z
    South
    Eric Burson A-C
    Catherine Lewis D-Ha
    Troy Glasser He-N
    Beth Walsh-Sahutske O-Sh
    Anne Mabley Si-Z