Cedar Ridge High School  Class of 2013 & 2014                     February 2011
Registration Information• CRHS counselors present to current 9th & 10th  thru History classes for student registration  – ...
Registration Information• Registration Information to Students  – W. Geography Classes (Feb. 8th & 9th)  – W. History Clas...
Upcoming Dates• February 10th - Registration Information for                 Incoming 10th & 11th Graders• February 17th -...
Graduation Programs•   High School Program•   Recommended Program•   Distinguished Achievement Plan (DAP)•   Summa Cum Lau...
High School Program• By committee placement only• Students may not be moved to this program until  the spring semester of ...
Recommended Program• Applies to the majority of all graduating  seniors• Students will be able to apply to  trade/technica...
Distinguished Achievement Plan• Require high performance beyond that which  is usually expected of high school students,  ...
Summa Cum Laude• Require high performance beyond that which  is usually expected of high school students,  including level...
Important Updates• Athletics (not PE) may now count for as many as 4 state  credits• Individual PE courses may only count ...
CRHS Academies• The Academy of International Business and  Economics• The Academy of Visual and Performing Arts• The Acade...
Programs of StudyThe Academy of International Business & Economics  – Business Management and Administration  – Finance  –...
Programs of StudyThe Academy of Visual and Performing Arts  – Studio Art  – Dance  – Theatre  – Music
Programs of StudyThe Academy of Professional Studies  – Education and Training  – Government and Public Administration  – ...
Programs of StudyThe Academy of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math   –   Engineering: Project Lead the Way   –   C...
Dual CreditProposed Courses for CRHS for 2011-2012• Dual US History 1301 & 1302• Dual English 1301, 1302, 2327 & 2322  – C...
5 Steps to Enroll in Dual CreditStep 1: Application, residency status, transcript(apply online; print residency form & ret...
5 Steps to Enroll in Dual CreditStep 3: Advising Meeting with ACC representative to  prepare for registration. Applies for...
Dual Credit• Timeline of ACC information is in sophomore  counseling office• Must meet all deadlines and requirements for ...
Dual Credit• ACC waives tuition and fees for up to 2 Dual credit  courses per semester for RRISD students• Students pay al...
School Transfers• Students who are zoned to attend other RRISD high  schools may apply for a transfer into CRHS if their h...
Contact InformationPrincipal: Dr. Daniel PresleyDaniel_Presley@RoundRockISD.orgAssociate Principal: Dr. Susanne WarrenSusa...
Contact InformationCRHS 10th Grade CounselorsCounselor: Maritza Hernandez, M.Ed.Maritza Hernandez@RoundRockISD.orgCounselo...
Questions?
Recommended Plan Options - Math                                                            Algebra 1                      ...
Distinguished Plan Options - Math                                                             Algebra 1                   ...
Recommended Plan Options – Science                                          Biology •Credit for Algebra I with minimal pas...
Distinguished Achievement Plan Options – Science                                   Biology                                ...
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Revised class of 2013 & 2014 cedar ridge high school orientation

  1. 1. Cedar Ridge High School Class of 2013 & 2014 February 2011
  2. 2. Registration Information• CRHS counselors present to current 9th & 10th thru History classes for student registration – Graduation Plans – Academies – Course Offerings – Choice Sheets• Course Selection Sheet Due Date: Fri., 2/25 – Return to W. Geography/History Teacher
  3. 3. Registration Information• Registration Information to Students – W. Geography Classes (Feb. 8th & 9th) – W. History Classes (Feb. 10th & 11th) – Course sheet due to History Teacher Friday – February 25th – Counselor One-On-Ones thru History classes March 3rd – 25th
  4. 4. Upcoming Dates• February 10th - Registration Information for Incoming 10th & 11th Graders• February 17th - Academy Night• February 22nd - Advanced Academic Night
  5. 5. Graduation Programs• High School Program• Recommended Program• Distinguished Achievement Plan (DAP)• Summa Cum LaudeSee course guide for more detailed explanations
  6. 6. High School Program• By committee placement only• Students may not be moved to this program until the spring semester of their senior year.• Students who take courses with a modified curriculum (i.e. Applied courses offered as part of an ARD committee decision) will also graduate on the High School Program.• Students will be able to enroll in trade/technical schools and community/junior colleges.• 26 total credits, 2 local credits may count
  7. 7. Recommended Program• Applies to the majority of all graduating seniors• Students will be able to apply to trade/technical schools, community/junior colleges, and four-year universities.• 26 total credits, zero local credits may count
  8. 8. Distinguished Achievement Plan• Require high performance beyond that which is usually expected of high school students, including levels I-III of the same foreign language• Must complete any combination of four advanced measures• 28 total credits, up to 2 local credits may count
  9. 9. Summa Cum Laude• Require high performance beyond that which is usually expected of high school students, including levels I-III of the same foreign language, 5 math credits and 5 science credits• Must complete any combination of four advanced measures• 32 total credits, up to 2 local credits may count• Not recognized by the state of Texas; a RRISD developed program only
  10. 10. Important Updates• Athletics (not PE) may now count for as many as 4 state credits• Individual PE courses may only count once for credit (i.e. individual sports, team sports, FPF, adventure/outdoor education, aerobics activity, weight training)• Dance I counts as a PE waiver (earns 2 credits – 1 period)• Cheerleading, Drill Team, and Marching Band may waive PE credits• 2 and 3 credit CTE courses can also waive .5 PE credit• Debate w/ Comm. App (1.5 credit in 1 period)
  11. 11. CRHS Academies• The Academy of International Business and Economics• The Academy of Visual and Performing Arts• The Academy of Professional Studies• The Academy of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)(Note: Current sophomores can change academy this semester for next school year only )
  12. 12. Programs of StudyThe Academy of International Business & Economics – Business Management and Administration – Finance – Marketing – Informational Technology – Hospitality and Tourism (Moved to Business Academy for 2011-2012)
  13. 13. Programs of StudyThe Academy of Visual and Performing Arts – Studio Art – Dance – Theatre – Music
  14. 14. Programs of StudyThe Academy of Professional Studies – Education and Training – Government and Public Administration – Human Services – Law, Safety, and Security – Fine Arts
  15. 15. Programs of StudyThe Academy of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math – Engineering: Project Lead the Way – Computer Maintenance – Computer Science (formerly Computer Programming) – Digital and Interactive Multimedia – Arts, AV Technology, and Communication – Graphic Design and Illustration – Architectural and Interior Design – Health Science – Biotechnology – Construction Management – HVAC
  16. 16. Dual CreditProposed Courses for CRHS for 2011-2012• Dual US History 1301 & 1302• Dual English 1301, 1302, 2327 & 2322 – CRHS will enroll students in four 8 week sessions for 2011- 2012 school year – Students will earn HS English 3 and HS English 4 – Challenging commitment – must be approved by counselor and Principal Summer enrollment courses– Must meet w/ Counselor
  17. 17. 5 Steps to Enroll in Dual CreditStep 1: Application, residency status, transcript(apply online; print residency form & return to counselor)Step 2: Assessment Obtain evidence of academic readiness (PSAT scores) – (107 combined on critical rdg + math or min. 50 on critical rdg & math) Or Take Asset test on Saturday @ CRHS – March 5th (Free)
  18. 18. 5 Steps to Enroll in Dual CreditStep 3: Advising Meeting with ACC representative to prepare for registration. Applies for Summer 2011 and Fall 2011 classes.Step 4: Registration You are now able to register for classes for summer 2011 or Fall 2011 following your advising session.Step 5: Orientation All students who are new to ACC with zero credit hours are required to complete orientation prior to the first day of class.
  19. 19. Dual Credit• Timeline of ACC information is in sophomore counseling office• Must meet all deadlines and requirements for approved enrollment• Must have counselor approval signature for enrollment• Eligible for summer 2011 and/or Fall 2011• Must be classified as a Junior to enroll
  20. 20. Dual Credit• ACC waives tuition and fees for up to 2 Dual credit courses per semester for RRISD students• Students pay all other fees and textbook costs• Must make C or better (For DAP advanced measures – must be B or better)• Credit for course awarded – not included in class rank or GPA• Accepted at Texas public universities – check with out of state colleges and universities
  21. 21. School Transfers• Students who are zoned to attend other RRISD high schools may apply for a transfer into CRHS if their home campus does not offer their academy of choice. Restrictions apply.• Transfer forms must be turned in or postmarked by February 28th to your home campus principal.• Transfer application is online.• Transportation is not provided for transfer students. The RRISD Board Policy Committee is currently reviewing FDB Policy. Any changes to the Policy will be posted on RRISD website after the final Board decision.
  22. 22. Contact InformationPrincipal: Dr. Daniel PresleyDaniel_Presley@RoundRockISD.orgAssociate Principal: Dr. Susanne WarrenSusanne_Warren@RoundRockISD.orgLead Counselor: Tisha Kolek, M.Ed.Tisha_Kolek@RoundRockISD.orgCedar Ridge High School Main Line: 704-0100
  23. 23. Contact InformationCRHS 10th Grade CounselorsCounselor: Maritza Hernandez, M.Ed.Maritza Hernandez@RoundRockISD.orgCounselor: Larrie Colton, M.Ed.Larrie_Colton@RoundRockISD.orgAcademy Specialist: Cindy GardnerCindy_Gardner@RoundRockISD.org
  24. 24. Questions?
  25. 25. Recommended Plan Options - Math Algebra 1 Geometry Teacher recommendation (very important)  Teacher recommendation (very important) Student MUST have passed Algebra I and Geometry,  Student passed Algebra I and Geometry*, but with preferably without extreme difficulty (earning an difficulty, possibly earning failing grades in one or more overall grade better than minimal passing) grading periods and/or repeating one course. Algebra 2 Math Models PreCalculus AP Statistics AP Computer Science Concurrent Enrollment in College Courses**AP Calculus AB IB Math StudiesAP Calculus BC Independent Study in MathematicsIB Math Standard Level CTE Courses--IB Math Higher Level Engineering MathematicsIB Advanced Math Statistics and Risk Management Standard Level* Math Models may NOT be taken concurrently with Algebra 2. However, the prerequisite for Math Models is Algebra 1, so MathModels could be taken concurrently with Geometry. Math Models must be taken and passed prior to taking Algebra 2. As long as astudent has NOT earned credit for Algebra 2, Math Models may be taken and counted as one math credit for graduation on the 4 x 4.**College courses have to completely cover the TEKS for one of the courses allowable as a 4th year math course. Students enrolledin dual credit may earn a fourth math credit for the course that covers the TEKS for Independent Study in Mathematics. (See TEKSChapter 111. Subchapter D, 111.52)
  26. 26. Distinguished Plan Options - Math Algebra 1 Geometry Algebra 2 Pre Calculus AP Statistics Concurrent Enrollment in College Courses** AP Calculus AB IB Math Studies AP Calculus BC Independent Study in Mathematics IB Math Standard Level CTE Courses— IB Math Higher Level Engineering Mathematics IB Advanced Math Statistics and Risk Management Standard LevelFourth credit must have Algebra 2 as a prerequisite.**College courses have to completely cover the TEKS for one of the courses allowable as a 4th year math course. Students enrolledin dual credit may also earn a fourth math credit for the course that covers the TEKS for Independent Study in Mathematics. (SeeTEKS Chapter 111. Subchapter D, 111.52)
  27. 27. Recommended Plan Options – Science Biology •Credit for Algebra I with minimal passing •Credit for Algebra I with grade better or through a double-block course or than minimal passing and •Concurrent enrollment in double-block •Concurrent enrollment in Geometry and Geometry •Passing score on Math TAKS Integrated Physics Chemistry and Chemistry (IPC) Chemistry Physics or Principles of Technology Physics or Principles Science Elective, of Technology CTE Science Course, or Dual Credit
  28. 28. Distinguished Achievement Plan Options – Science Biology Chemistry Note: Physics Neither IPC nor Principles of Technology may 4th Science Credit: count as science Science Elective, credit for the DAP CTE Science Course, or Dual Credit SUMMA CUM LAUDE DAP 5th Science Credit: Science Elective, CTE Science Course, or Dual Credit

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