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2014 – 2015 Registration. Fall Semester Class Selection . It is very important that you take time to carefully consider all of your course options for next year.

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Fall semester class selection

2014 – 2015Registration

FallSemester Class Selection


Put your best paw forward

  • It is very important that you take time to carefully consider all of your course options for next year.

  • Filling out this form correctly is an important first step. There will not be many opportunities for you to make changes once the form is submitted.

  • In early spring, you will receive a preview copy of your schedule for next year.

Put your best paw forward!


Choose your classes wisely

CHOOSE YOUR CLASSES WISELY

Our classes will be very full, which will mean few schedule changes in the fall.

Give careful attention to your choices now so you can get the classes you want and need.

The majority of our classes are full year, plan wisely!


Graduation requirements

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS


Filling out the form

FILLING OUT THE FORM


Fall semester class selection

  • CORE CONTENT CLASSES

Now we are going to look in-depth at the 5 core content area class options:

Social Studies

English

Fitness & Health

Math

Science


Fall semester class selection

  • ENGLISH

Washington 4-year public and private colleges require you have 4 years of English.

WWU

4 years required

Gonzaga

4 years required

UW

4 years required

EWU

4 years required

WSU

4 years required


English

ENGLISH

4.0 Credits Required

(including English 9)

Pre-AP & AP courses have required Summer Assignments

Pre-AP English 10 or

English 10

10

AP Language & Composition or

English 11

11

AP Literature & Composition or

English 12: College Prep or

English 12: Creative Writingor

English 12: Mythology

12


Fall semester class selection

  • SOCIAL STUDIES

There is no 10th grade Social Studies requirement, but there are elective options you can take to earn AP credit.

All Washington 4-year public and private colleges require you have 3 years of Social Studies.

WWU

3 years required

Gonzaga

3 years required

UW

3 years required

EWU

3 years required

WSU

3 years required


Social studies

SOCIAL STUDIES

These are elective options and do not count for social studies requirements

  • AP Art History or

  • AP European History or

  • AP Human Geography

3.0 Credits Required

(including World History 9 or AP European History)

10

optional

  • AP US History or

  • American Studies

11

required

  • AP Comparative Gov’t/AP US Gov’t or

  • Current World Affairs (CWA)/Civics

12

required


Fall semester class selection

  • MATH

All Washington 4-year public and private colleges require you to go through at least Algebra II, and prefer that you have completed Pre-Calculus or Calculus.

WWU

3 years required

through Algebra II.

4 years highly recommended

Gonzaga

3 years required

through Algebra II.

4 years highly recommended

UW

3 years required

through Algebra II.

4 years highly recommended

EWU

3 years required

through Algebra II.

4 years highly recommended

WSU

3 years required

through Algebra II.

4 years highly recommended


Fall semester class selection

  • MATH OPTIONS

3.0 Credits Required

(including 9th grade math)

4 years of math highly recommended for students entering a 2 or 4 year post-high school program

AP Statistics

AP Calculus

AB & BC

Pre-Calculus

Reg. or Pre-AP

Quantitative

Math

(seniors only)

Algebra II

Reg. or Pre-AP

Geometry

Reg. or Pre-AP

Intermediate

Math

Algebra I

NOTE: Parent permission required for this option


Fall semester class selection

  • SCIENCE

Most 4-year colleges require you to take 1-2 years of an “Algebra-based Science” in your junior and/or senior year. The courses with an * on the next slide satisfy that requirement.

Gonzaga

11th/12th enrollment in *Science

WWU

11th/12thenrollment in *Science

WSU

11th/12th enrollment in *Science

UW

11th/12th enrollment in *Science

EWU

11th/12th enrollment in *Science


Science options

SCIENCE OPTIONS

3.0 Credits Required

(including 9th grade science)

4 years of science highly recommended for students entering a 2 or 4-year post-high school program

Pre-AP Biology or MESA Biology or Biology

10

*AP Biology

*AP Chemistry

*AP Environmental Science

*AP Physics B

*AP Physics C

*Chemistry

*Physics

Human Biology

Environmental Chemistry

11

&

12

*= Algebra-based science


Fall semester class selection

Foods & Fitness

“0” Hour Adv. Conditioning Enrollment is generally reserved for athletes - permission from the teacher is required

Fitness

(Includes Advanced Conditioning during theschool day)

FITNESS & HEALTH

1.5 Credits Fitness

+

0.5Credit

Health

Required

If you haven’t completed Fitness or Health, be sure to sign up!

Health

or

Intro to Health Science Careers

SVL Fitness

You are responsible for signing up for SVL. After you register online, bring completed form to your counselor.

  • SVL Athlete Option

    • For students who are in a school or club sport.

    • This does NOT count as one of your 6 classes!

    • You are responsible for signing up for SVL. After you register online, bring completed form to your counselor.


World languages

WORLD LANGUAGES

Chinese French JapaneseSpanish

1st - 4thYear 1st - 4th Year (AP) 1st - 4th Year 1st - 5th Year (AP)

  • Most 4-year colleges require 2 consecutive years of the same language, some colleges require 3 years. Check the college admission requirements for the school(s) you are considering.


Fine performing arts

FINE & PERFORMING ARTS

1.0 credits required for graduation and most

4 year colleges. Some colleges may require more.

Includes Fine Arts, Music, and Performing Arts such as

Drama and Drill Team.

All Fine & Performing Arts classes are full year

(2 semesters)


Fine arts

FINE ARTS

AP Digital

Photography

(including 0 Hour)

Web Design

Jewelry &

Small Sculpture

Drawing,Sculpting,& Painting

Painting

Ceramics

Creative

Drawing

AP Studio

Art


Music

MUSIC

Band

Orchestra

Choir

Intermediate

Intermediate

Intermediate

Symphonic

Advanced

Advanced

Advanced

Chamber

Vocal Ensemble

Percussion

Show Choir (0 Hr)

Guitar Lab

Marching (7th Hr)

Jazz Band (0 Hr)


Performing arts

PERFORMING ARTS

Drama(Intro)

Drill Team

(Tryouts

Required)

Advanced

Drama

Musical Theatre


English social studies

ENGLISH & SOCIAL STUDIES

These are electives and do not fulfill your English or Social Studies graduation requirements.

Social Studies Electives

English Electives

Creative Writing

AP Art History

*can count for World History 9

AP European History*

Debate (0 Hour)

AP Human Geography

Journalism/LC Journalcan also count as CTE

AP Psychology (11th-12th)

*no longer a 12th grade social studies course

Mythology

PICI* (Practicum inCommunity Involvement) (11th-12th)

Writing About Film

Psychology/Sociology


Career technical cte

CAREER & TECHNICAL (CTE)

1.0 credits required for graduation.

All CTE classes are full year (2 semesters)

Many of these courses have articulationagreements with SCC/SFCC to grant high school AND free college credit.


Science technology

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

Intro to

Computer Science

Biomedical

Research Year 1

Pre-Engineering

Technological Design

Biomedical

Research Year 2

Drafting &Technological Design

AP ComputerScience

Biomedical

Medical Investigations

Year 3

Pre-Engineering

Robotics

Biomedical

Biomedical Innovations

Year 4

Web

Design

TV & Video

Production


Culinary hospitality

CULINARY & HOSPITALITY

Foods & Nutrition/

International Foods

ProStart

Culinary Arts

Foods &

Fitness*

*Can count as Fitness

ProStart

Tiger Perk (0 Hour)

Work Credit

(get credit for your job)


Design fashion

DESIGN & FASHION

Fabric &

Fashion

AP Digital

Photography(includes 0 Hour)

Fabric &

Fashion Intern

Yearbook

Costume Design/

Theatrical Costuming

Jewelry &

Small Sculpture

Journalism/TheLC Journal

Stagecraft

(0 Hour)


Health human services

HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

Sports Medicine

Health

Science Careers

Legal Studies

Criminal Justice

Careers in Education/

Teaching Academy

Sports Medicine

Clinical (7th Hour)

Child Development/Child DevelopmentCareers

Career Focus

(requires 2 or

more periods)


Business marketing

BUSINESS & MARKETING

CO-OP/

Entrepreneurship

Accounting &

Digital QuickBooks

Marketing/

Intro to Business

Adv. Marketing/

DECA

Tiger Depot/

Business Procedures

ASB/ Student

Body Leadership

Independent

Business Project

Computer Apps:

Culminating Project

(seniors only)

Sports &

Entertainment

Marketing

Tiger Den/

Marketing

Management

Work Credit(credit for your job)


Special programs

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

AP CapstoneSeminar(11th grade only)

Teacher/Office/Library Assistant*(12th grade only)

[CTE]

AVID [CTE](10th grade only)

*Teacher permission required.

Math Intern*(12th grade only)

Cheerleading(11th/12th only)

Science Intern*(12th grade only)

ICAN CreditRecovery


Newtech skills center

NEWTECH SKILLS CENTER

  • Available in 11th&12thgrade

  • Requires 3 periods away from LC (either AM or PM)

  • www.skillscenter.com

  • You will need to complete a Skills Center registration form.

  • Program options:

  • Automotive Technology

  • Broadcast Media Production

  • Collision Repair

  • Computer Game Programming & Web Development

  • Construction Technology

  • Cosmetology

  • Criminal Justice

  • Culinary Arts & Hospitality

  • Dental Careers

  • Fire Science

  • Medical Careers

  • Mobile Entertainment Installation & Repair

  • Multimedia Graphics & Printing Production

  • Veterinary Careers

  • Welding Technology


Running start

RUNNING START

11th/12th grade only:

If you are considering Running Start there will be lunch meetings in March to get information.

On the top of the registration form, select the Running Start option you are considering.

You will have to apply for Running Start, so you must still complete the LC registration form as if you will be attending classes at LC next year.


Svl ican

SVL & ICAN

If you want to take an SVL class, please write the specific class on your registration form. YOU will still need to register for the class on SVL’s website (www.spokanevirtual.com).

If you need to make up a credit, and want to do it in ICAN, write a note on your registration form.


Double check your form

DOUBLE CHECK YOUR FORM


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