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Welcome To San Ramon Valley High School Home of the Wolves. Counselor Assignments. A – DR Craig Ritts 552-3025 DU – LAM Nancy Conti 552-3027 LAN- REI Catherine Herdering 552-3045 REJ – Z Vivian Srouji 552 -3033 Support Counselor Jennifer Kessler 552-3035.

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counselor assignments

Counselor Assignments

A – DR Craig Ritts 552-3025

DU – LAM Nancy Conti 552-3027

LAN- REI Catherine Herdering 552-3045

REJ – Z Vivian Srouji 552 -3033

Support

Counselor Jennifer Kessler 552-3035

important dates
Important Dates
  • Summer School at :

Los Cerros or Venture

Session 1: 6/22 – 7/14 8:00 am – 12:25 pm

Session 2: 7/17 – 8/4 8:00 am – 12:25 pm

Remediation only

important dates4
Important Dates
  • Packet Pick-Up – Mon. 8/14 and Tues. 8/15

Staff Lounge 8:30 am – 3 pm

  • Wolf Pack Days –

Thursday, 8/17

and Tuesday, 8/22

  • 1st Day of School Monday – 8/28
  • PSAT – October 21, 2006
agenda
Graduation Requirements

Subject and Credit Requirements

Course Selection

College Entrance Requirements

Question and Answer Session

Agenda
graduation requirements
Graduation Requirements
  • English 40 Credits
  • Math must pass Alg 1B or equiv. 20 Credits
  • Social Studies 35 Credits
  • Science 20 Credits
  • Physical Education 20 Credits
  • Foreign Language
  • Visual/Performing Arts 20 Credits
  • Vocational/Applied Arts
  • Health 5 Credits

Sub Total 160 Credits

  • Electives 80 Credits

Total 240 Credits

Pass CAHSEE

length of school day
Length of School Day
  • All 11th graders must have six classes
  • Period 1 – 6 required per district policy

8:30 – 3:10 M W TH FR

9:30 – 3:10 Tuesdays

  • Optional seventh class – A Period

(If Available)

7:30 – 3:10 M W TH FR

8:40 – 3:10 Tuesdays

course selection
Course Selection
  • These are the planned course offerings for 2006-2007

Budget and enrollment may impact whether or not these courses are provided

english
English
  • English 11 (Year)
  • English Lang AP (Year) – April 5 Test

if not in Adv Eng 10 earning B’s in both semesters

social studies
Social Studies
  • European History AP (Year)
  • US History 1/2 (Year)
  • US History AP (Year) A or B in AP Euro or

multiple measures: A in W History, Teacher Rec., Essay test take home – Mr. Davis [email protected]

  • Civil War (Semester)
  • Law (Semester)
  • Psychology (Semester)
  • Psychology AP (Year)
  • Vietnam Era (Semester)
  • World War II (Semester)
  • Roots of Rock Music (Semester)
mathematics
Mathematics
  • Algebra 1B (Year)
  • Standards Algebra (Year)
  • Geometry (Year)
  • Algebra 2 (Year)
  • Algebra 2 Advanced (Year)
  • Math Topics Advanced (Year)
  • Statistics AP (Year)
  • Trig/Math Analysis (Year)
  • Trig/Math Analysis Honors (Year)
  • Calculus AB AP (Year)
  • Calculus BC AP (Year)
physical science
Physical Science
  • Physical/Earth Science (Integrated) (Year)
  • Chemistry (Year)
  • Chemistry Honors (Year)
  • Chemistry AP (Year)
  • Physics (Year)
  • Physics Honors (Year)
  • Physics B AP (Year)
life science
Life Science
  • Life Science (Year)
  • Biology (Year)
  • Biology AP (Year)
  • Anatomy/Physiology (Year)
  • Environmental Science AP (Year)
physical education
Physical Education

See course selection for course listings

foreign language
French 1 (Year)

French 2 (Year)

French 3 (Year)

French 4 Honors (Year)

French Lang, AP (Year)

German 1 (Year)

German 2 (Year)

German 3 (Year)

German 4 Honors (Year)

Latin 1 (Year)

Latin 2 (Year)

Spanish 1 (Year)

Spanish 2 (Year)

Spanish 3 (Year)

Spanish 4 Honors (Year)

Spanish Language, AP (Year)

Foreign Language
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Visual/Performing Arts(All Courses are Year Long)

  • Concert Band
  • Jazz Band - Audition
  • Jazz Ensemble - Audition
  • Music Theory AP
  • Symphonic Band - Audition
  • Orchestra
  • Men’s Ensemble
  • Women’s Ensemble
  • Treble Choir - Audition
  • Concert Choir - Audition
  • Chamber Singer - Audition
  • Dance 1 - 5
  • 3D Art 1
  • Art 1
  • Art 3
  • Studio Art AP
  • Graphic Design 1
  • Art of Video Production 1
  • Art and Animation 1
  • Multimedia 1
  • Photography
  • Photography Adv
  • Digital Photo
  • Theatre Arts 1 – 4
  • Theatre Production
  • Oral Interpretation
vocational applied arts
Vocational/Applied Arts
  • Careers with Children (ROP) (Semester)
  • Culinary Arts 1 (Semester)
  • Culinary Arts 2 (Semester)
  • Sun Java Programming (Comp 1) (Semester)
  • Computer AP (Year)
  • Internet Essentials (Semester)
  • Auto 1 (Semester)
  • Auto 2 (Semester)
  • Robotics (Semester)
  • Auto Technology (Semester)
  • Web Page Design (Year)
  • Careers in Education (ROP) (Year)
  • Business Computer Applications (ROP) (Semester)
  • Sports Medicine (ROP) (Year)
non departmental
Non-Departmental
  • Health (Semester)
  • Journalism (Semester)
  • Newspaper (Year)
  • Speech 2 (Year)
  • Yearbook (Year)
  • Work Experience (Semester)
  • Unscheduled A (Fall, Spring)

Use for 6 Period Day

college courses on srvhs site
College Courses on SRVHS Site
  • Introduction to Business 109 (DVC)

(Fall Only)

  • Advertising (Spring Only)
  • Sign Language 280 (Spring Only)
special education
Special Education
  • Resource/Tutorial
  • Full Inclusion
  • Pre Transition

IEP Required for all these programs

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Course Selection

Semester 1

English

US History

Math or Elective

Science or Elective

Elective

Optional 7th Period/Unsc

Semester 2

English

US History

Math or Elective

Science or Elective

Elective

Optional 7th Period/Unsc

community college admission
Community College Admission
  • High School Graduation, California High School Proficiency Exam, or 18 years old
  • Assessments in Math, Writing & Reading Comprehension
  • Counseling Orientation Course
  • Certificate Programs
  • AA Degree
  • 4 Year College Transfer
csu uc entrance a g requirements courses must be completed with a grade of c or better
CSU/UC Entrance a-g RequirementsCourses must be completed with a grade of C or better

A History (2 years): one year of World/European History; one year US History or one semester US and one semester American Government

B English (4 years)

C Math (3 years) must include Algebra 1B,

Geometry, Algebra 2

D Laboratory Science (2 years) one year life, one year physical

csu uc a g entrance requirements
CSU/UC a-g Entrance Requirements

E Foreign Language (completion of 2nd level of the same language)

F Visual/Performing Arts (one year in a singular course)

G Elective (additional year or two semesters of SRVHS approved courses)

additional requirements
CSU

SAT Reasoning Test

or ACT

Application deadline

November 30th for priority admissions

More information go to www.csumentor.edu

UC

SAT Reasoning Test

or ACT

SAT II

2 subject tests

from different areas

Personal Statement

November 30th Application deadline

More information go to www.ucop.edu/pathways

Additional Requirements
independent colleges universities and public out of state colleges universities
Independent Colleges/Universities and Public Out of State Colleges /Universities
  • Check admission requirements
    • Course requirements
    • Testing requirements
    • Grade point average requirements (GPA)
    • Letters of recommendation (private)
    • Essays and/or personal statements
ncaa clearing house
NCAA Clearing House
  • Athletes Division I & II

www.ncaaclearinghouse.net

complete paperwork end of junior year

annual east bay college connection

Annual East Bay College Connection

Date: April 29th

Time: 1 - 4:30

Place: Saint Mary’s College

career center
Career Center
  • Career center coordinators

Pam Enz, Carolyn Mackell 552-3007

  • Hours 8:00 - 4:00 M, T, TH, FR and

College/testing/career/scholarship/

Financial aid/work permits/job board/Volunteer Opportunities/

College rep visits/computer search,videos and college catalogues

junior check list
Junior Check List

Review high school transcript and status report

Make sure your are meeting high school graduation requirements

Four-year college must meet A-G subject requirements with at least “C” grade

Use SRVUSD Summer School or DVC to remediate “D” “F” grades

Maintain solid college preparatory program for senior year

NCAA register end of junior year www.ncaaclearinghouse.net

Study for PSAT during summer

Register early for SAT www.collegeboard.org (register in Sept for spring testing) or www.act.org (register in August for September 16 test)

Register for PSAT in October (National Merit Scholarship)

Identify colleges you would like to attend/or other postsecondary plans

Attend college fairs

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