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SOUHEGAN HIGH SCHOOL 8-Period Daily Schedule. Souhegan High School aspires to be a community of learners born of respect, trust and courage. Souhegan High School. Rising Freshman Course Selection 2014-2015. Course Selection and Transition Process.

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souhegan high school 8 period daily schedule

SOUHEGAN HIGH SCHOOL8-Period Daily Schedule

Souhegan High School aspires to be a community of learners born of respect, trust and courage.

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SouheganHigh School

Rising Freshman

Course Selection 2014-2015

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Course Selection and Transition Process

March 5th – 8th Grade Parent Night

March 24th – Parent Presentation

March 31st – Presentation to 8th graders

April 3rd – Course requests due

April 4th – Counselors meet with students 1 on 1

April - 8th graders visit Souhegan for lunch and advisory

Feb. – June – Special Education transition meetings

April – June – 504 transition meetings

June – 8th grade step-up day

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GraduationRequirements

  • English – 4 Credits
  • Math – 3 Credits
  • Science – 3 Credits
  • Social Studies – 3 Credits
  • Wellness – 1 Credit
  • Health .5
  • Fine Arts .5
  • Computer Portfolio.5
  • Advisory 2 Credits (.5 per year)
  • Elective Courses – 4.75
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GraduationRequirements

  • Division 1 Exhibition
  • Junior Research Paper
  • Post Graduation Plan
  • Senior Project
  • Community Service – 40 hours minimum

22.25 Total Credits Minimum

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9th Grade Team

  • Cultural Foundations – English
  • Cultural Foundations – Social Studies
  • Earth Systems Science
  • Math
  • Approximately 80 students per team
  • Students assigned heterogeneously to teams
  • Team includes counselor and learning specialist
  • Supportive environment
  • Interdisciplinary approach
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Example Freshman Schedule

Per. 1 - Cultural Foundations - English

Per. 2 - Cultural Foundations - Social Studies

Per. 3 – Earth Systems Science

Per. 4 – Math

Per. 5 - Lunch/Advisory

Per. 6 – Wellness (1/2 year) and Art (1/2 year)

Per. 7 - World Language or other elective

Per. 8 -Band or other elective

souhegan math sequence

Core Math 1

Core Math 2

Core Math 3

AP Stats Div 2

Stats

Intro Calc

AB Calc

Financial Algebra

Precal

Stats

AP Stats

Division 2

AP Stats

(must have Math 3)

Stats

Div 2

BC

Calc

AB Calc

AP

Stats

AP Stats

Souhegan Math Sequence
world language program
World Language Program
  • Students currently taking French or Spanish
        • French 2
        • Spanish 2
  • Students who are not currently taking a language
        • French 1
        • Latin 1
        • Spanish 1
advisory program
Advisory Program
  • Goal – To know students well by implementing the concept of personalization on a daily basis with particular emphasis on helping students to develop a community of learners born of respect, trust, courage.
  • Advisory groups of 10 students meet daily with a staff advisor.
advisory focus
Advisory Focus
  • 9th grade – Provide students with a small, supportive community in which they can learn and practice the behaviors and skills needed to become successful, responsible, and involved leaders in the Souhegan community.
  • 10th grade – To reflect on individual growth and identify learning styles based on Division I experience in order to transition to Div. II.

Division 1 Exhibition

  • 11th grade – To apply knowledge of himself/herself to their Div. II experience as well as prepare for life after Souhegan. Post Grad Plan
  • 12th grade – To apply his/her identified passions to their culminating experience as they move beyond Souhegan.
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Now What?

  • Students will arrive home on 31st with…..
  • Program of Studies
  • On-line instructions and course selection worksheet
  • Must choose classes and alternatives for 3 periods
  • Art semester classes
  • Design Studio Art 2D
  • Design Studio Art 3D
  • All the World’s a Stage
  • Creative Image Making
  • Music Mania
  • Full year or 3 trimester classes
  • Full year or 3 trimester classes
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Elective Choices

Full Year Examples-

French

Latin

Spanish

Band

Chorus

Video Production

Academic Support (teacher

recommended)

Trimester Examples –

Web Page Design

Flash Animation

Saber Digital Magazine

Advertising

Art of Cake Decorating

Personal Finance

Intro to Psychology

Food Systems

Pottery

Drawing

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Course Selection Considerations

  • Student Interests and Passion
  • Exploration
  • Math and World Language Teacher Recommendations
  • Prerequisites
  • Four Year Plan
  • Graduation Requirements
  • Post-Secondary Plans and Requirements
  • Rigor
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Boston College

Keene State

  • English – 4 Credits
  • Math – 4 Credits
  • Sciences (Lab) – 4 Credits
  • Social Sciences – 4 Credits
  • Foreign Language – 4 Credits
  • English – 4 Credits
  • Math – 3 Credits
  • Sciences – 3 Credits
  • Social Sciences – 2 Credits
  • Foreign Lang. - Recommended
college requirements
College Requirements
  • Colleges have specific admission requirements.

University System in California -1 credit Art

Bentley University – Pre-calculus

Art Schools – Portfolio

  • Certain majors and/or programs have specific

requirements.

Nursing – Chemistry

Engineering – Chemistry and Physics

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Course requests determine offerings

  • Ability to make changes is limited
  • Tentative schedules are sent home end of June
  • Team and teacher assignments finalized in
  • summer.
  • Add/Drop Policies
  • Program of Studies on http://sau39.org/shs
  • under Student Services
transition
Transition
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