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SERVITE HIGH SCHOOL. Freshmen Parent Night. Brooke Tomovich, Counselor February 2013. SERVITE HIGH SCHOOL. This year so far…. Greater levels of adjustment with a semester under their belt Understanding what needs to be done in order to get the grades they want

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Freshmen parent night


Freshmen Parent Night

  • Brooke Tomovich, Counselor

  • February 2013

This year so far


This year so far…

  • Greater levels of adjustment with a semester under their belt

  • Understanding what needs to be done in order to get the grades they want

  • Starting to show interest in wanting to be involved in clubs and other activities

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This year so far…

  • Little involvement in clubs from the start of the year

  • Desire to move up to HP, when the grades are not there to support that move

    • Must master current class, so student is prepared to take next step if appropriate

      • If a student is struggling in a class, they must be proactive and get extra help from teacher outside of class and/or a peer tutor

Tests taken sophomore year


Tests Taken Sophomore Year

  • PSAT will be taken fall of Sophomore year

  • What to expect:

    • Students will experience conditions of test

    • Students are not 100% prepared for sophomore year PSAT, so scores may be low; they do not get reported to colleges for admission

    • PSAT English scores are looked at for HP English 3 (junior year)




  • If students need accommodations for PSAT, must start the process this spring.

  • Contact Ms. Blashaw at:

    • [email protected]

    • Or extension 1146

Sophomore year schedule


Sophomore Year Schedule

  • 7 Periods are required:

  • 1. English 2 (CP or HP)

  • 2. Theology 2 (CP or HP)

  • 3. Chemistry or Biology (depending on this year) (CP or HP)

  • 4. Foreign Language

  • 5. Geometry (CP or HP)

  • 6. Elective (encourage fine art)

  • 7. 7th period Athletics/Elective

  • *Alg 2/Trig (CP or HP), if student receives double math rec./test score on MDTP, can add a zero period OR Geometry can be taken during the summer to eliminate zero period/8th class.

  • Hp ap sign ups


    HP & AP Sign Ups

    • March 5th (during late start)

    • Students must visit designated teachers between 8:00 am and 8:50 am

    • Even if student is currently in an HP class, must still sign up/ visit those teachers on March 5th.

    • Detailed list of assigned classrooms have been sent to students via email and are also on Servite website

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    HP & AP Sign Ups

    • Theology & Foreign Language will be determined by current grades & performance in the classroom; teachers will talk to students (no information session)

    • So, subjects to visit for Sophomores on March 5th: Science, English, and History (only if interested in AP World or European)

    • Math, whether honors or double math, will be based on score received on MDTP exam given in the classroom in April.

      • All students take this; does not require any prep.

    2013 2014 registration


    2013-2014 Registration

    • Registration/Schedule packets for next year will be sent home in March

      • Due back in April (date will be specified on packet)

    Freshman year finals


    Freshman Year Finals

    • Must be here, unless it is an emergency!!

      • Many were out during first semester finals; creates problems in scheduling make-up exams

      • Dates: May 28th -May 31st

      • Finals 20% of 2nd semester grade (each marking period is 40%)




    • CSF & NHS beginning of Sophomore year, using previous semester’s grades

      • At that time, see Ms. Valenzuela in counseling for application

      • It is extremely important to be involved and engaged in school environment

      • Mrs. Jeanne Nelleson, Activities Director

    Servite summer school


    Servite Summer School

    • All semester “F” grades must be redeemed during Servite summer school

    • 2ndsemester “D” grades in Foreign Language and Math must be redeemed during Servite summer school

    • Advancement possibility for double math students only (CP or HP Geometry offered)

      • Session 1 redeems Semester 1

    • June 24-July 10 8:00-12:40

    • Session 1 redeems Semester 2

    • June 24-July 10 8:00-12:40

    • * All Semester “D” grades are recommended to be redeemed for college admissions.




    • Attend summer school (if applicable)

      • All information will be on Servite website after spring break

    • Christian Service hours

      • Must have 30 hours completed in order to have grades released in June

      • Summer is a good time to get a head start on Sophomore year hours (30)

      • Contact Campus Ministry with any questions

    Contact information


    Contact Information:

    Ms. Brooke Tomovich

    714-774-7575 x1457

    [email protected]