WELCOME CLASS OF 2014. AHS ADMINISTRATION. Principal J. Ivey Dean of Accountability & Instruction Dr. C. Kirkland Assistant Principals D. Baker , S. Drummond, T. Sikes. Counselors 9-10 th Tammy Hathcock C114 11 th Jamie DurhamC213 12 th Thelma GriffinC210. Registrar
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CLASS OF 2014
Dean of Accountability & Instruction
Dr. C. Kirkland
D. Baker , S. Drummond, T. Sikes
Leslie BellFront office
Recommended Plan–adjusted August 09 by House Bill 3 (HB3) for all students
– 26 state credits
1.0 credit (not 1.5) of PE is required with no maximum number of credits
Health is not required
Technology is not required
Distinguished Achievement Plan
– 26 state credits (see above) plus 4 advanced measures
District Graduation Policy!
Beginning with the class of 2008, students must completeall requiredcourseworkand passall parts of the TAKS in order to participate in the graduation ceremony.
TAKS Test dates: October 21-24
Every college requires:
Most colleges require:
Many colleges & scholarships require:
Don’t meetthe deadline; beat the deadline!
Students ranking in the top 10% of their class are automatically admitted to any public university in Texas
2015 – Top 7%
by theuniversity’s deadline
* TAKS (exit-level): 2200 in math and/or 2200 in English/Language Arts with a writing score of 3-4
* STAAR end of course (EOC): Level 2+ on English III EOC, Level 2+ on Algebra II EOC
* SAT: combined score of 1070 with 500 on math and verbal sections
*ACT: a composite score of 23 with a 19 on the math and English sections
of most months
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