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  • 1. Career Education Planning for High School And Beyond!
  • 2. Comparing Middle School and High School
  • 3. Middle School
    • 50 min classes
    • Classes last full year
    • Teams
    • If you fail one class, you still get promoted
    • 90 min classes
    • Classes last one semester
    • Teams 9 th grade only
    • If you fail one class, you repeat that class
    High School
  • 4. Middle School
    • 50 min classes
    • Classes last full year
    • Teams
    • If you fail one class, you still get promoted
    • 90 min classes
    • Classes last one semester
    • Teams 9 th grade only
    • If you fail one class, you repeat that class
    High School
  • 5. Middle School
    • 50 min classes
    • Classes last full year
    • Teams
    • If you fail one class, you still get promoted
    • 90 min classes
    • Classes last one semester
    • Teams 9 th grade only
    • If you fail one class, you repeat that class
    High School
  • 6. Middle School
    • 50 min classes
    • Classes last full year
    • Teams
    • If you fail one class, you still get promoted
    • 90 min classes
    • Classes last one semester
    • Teams 9 th grade only
    • If you fail one class, you repeat that class
    High School
  • 7. Middle School
    • 50 min classes
    • Classes last full year
    • Teams
    • If you fail one class, you still get promoted
    • 90 min classes
    • Classes last one semester
    • Teams 9 th grade only
    • If you fail one class, you repeat that class
    High School
  • 8. Middle School
    • 50 min classes
    • Classes last full year
    • Teams
    • If you fail one class, you still get promoted
    • 90 min classes
    • Classes last one semester
    • Teams 9 th grade only
    • If you fail one class, you repeat that class
    High School
  • 9. Middle School
    • 50 min classes
    • Classes last full year
    • Teams
    • If you fail one class, you still get promoted
    • 90 min classes
    • Classes last one semester
    • Teams 9 th grade only
    • If you fail one class, you repeat that class
    High School
  • 10. Middle School
    • 50 min classes
    • Classes last full year
    • Teams
    • If you fail one class, you still get promoted
    • 90 min classes
    • Classes last one semester
    • Teams 9 th grade only
    • If you fail one class, you repeat that class
    High School
  • 11. Middle School
    • 50 min classes
    • Classes last full year
    • Teams
    • If you fail one class, you still get promoted
    • 90 min classes
    • Classes last one semester
    • Teams 9 th grade only
    • If you fail one class, you repeat that class
    High School
  • 12. High School Vocabulary (You will want to write these down in your journal)
  • 13. High School Vocabulary
    • Block Scheduling
      • 8 classes in one year (4 each semester)
      • 90 minute “block”
      • Twice the work in half the time
  • 14. High School Vocabulary
    • Credits
      • Each semester long class that lasts 90 minutes
      • 28 credits (with passing grades) are required to graduate
  • 15. High School Vocabulary
    • Required Classes
      • Required by state to graduate
      • Basics include:
        • 4 English credits
        • 3 Math credits
        • 3 Science credits
        • 3 Social Studies credits
        • 1 Wellness credit
  • 16. High School Vocabulary
    • Elective Classes
      • Any class not required by the state to graduate
      • Could include
        • Fine Arts (choir, band, etc)
        • PE
        • Technical/Vocational classes
        • More
  • 17. High School Vocabulary
    • Gateway Exams
      • 3 exams are required (you must pass)
        • Algebra 1
        • English 10
        • Biology
  • 18. High School Vocabulary
    • Pre-Requisites
      • Any class that is required before you can take another class
      • Example – “Health Science Education” is required before you can take any other Health Science classes
  • 19. High School Vocabulary
    • Graduation Path
      • There are 3 paths
        • University Path
        • Technical Path
        • Combined Path
      • Each path has its own unique set of required and elective classes
  • 20. 28 28 28 Total 4 4 - Technical 2 - 2 Foreign Lang 7 10 11 Electives 1 1 1 Wellness 1 - 1 Fine Art 3 3 3 Social St 3 3 3 Science 3 3 3 Math 4 4 4 English Combined Technical University
  • 21. 28 28 28 Total 4 4 - Technical 2 - 2 Foreign Lang 7 10 11 Electives 1 1 1 Wellness 1 - 1 Fine Art 3 3 3 Social St 3 3 3 Science 3 3 3 Math 4 4 4 English Combined Technical University
  • 22. 28 28 28 Total 4 4 - Technical 2 - 2 Foreign Lang 7 10 11 Electives 1 1 1 Wellness 1 - 1 Fine Art 3 3 3 Social St 3 3 3 Science 3 3 3 Math 4 4 4 English Combined Technical University
  • 23. 28 28 28 Total 4 4 - Technical 2 - 2 Foreign Lang 7 10 11 Electives 1 1 1 Wellness 1 - 1 Fine Art 3 3 3 Social St 3 3 3 Science 3 3 3 Math 4 4 4 English Combined Technical University