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Welcome to our

Welcome to our

Fall Education Night


Agenda

Agenda

  • Welcome

  • LMHS School Counselors’ Duties

  • LMHS Website (scholarships, latest news, resources tools)

  • LMHS Expectations

  • New Graduation Requirements

  • Dual Enrollment Opportunities (LSCC, Lake Tech)

  • Bright Futures Guidelines

  • ACT and SAT information

  • FLDOE-Representative—FAFSA, Bright Futures, & other Scholarships


School counselors

School Counselors

  • Mrs. Jill Fornoles12th Graders

  • Mrs. Susan Theobald11th Graders

  • Mrs. Robyn Campos10Th Graders

  • Mrs. Gina Paul9th Graders


Counselor duties

Counselor Duties

Services provided

  • scheduling/academic planning

  • career counseling

  • Individual-Guidance Corner for appointment

  • Small group counseling

  • Post secondary planning

  • Crisis management /referrals

  • FIT-Family In Transition

  • AND MORE….


Lmhs website

LMHS Website

  • www.lake.k12.fl.us/lmh

  • How many of you have been on the Guidance Page of the LMHS website?

  • Get the latest on Colleges visits, scholarships, & testing.

  • Check out NCAA eligibility

  • Dual Enrollment deadline dates

  • How to register to take classes online FLVS

  • GPA Calculator

  • Forms: VPS, FLVS, Early Grad, Executive Internship, etc.


How do students earn a high school diploma

How do students earn aHigh School Diploma?


Standard diploma

Standard Diploma

Standard Diploma

Standard Diploma

1 credit (HOPE)

1 credit (Fine or performing arts, or Practical Arts)

8 Electives*

Pass Reading FCAT 245

24 credits

2.0 GPA

*online requirement

  • 4 ELA (ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS)

  • 4 Math (Algebra 1 EOC (must pass for Credit) Geo w/EOC (30%), 2 additional math.

  • 3 Science (2 of 3 with lab) Biology 1 w/EOC (30%) 2 additional rigorous science.

  • 3 Social Studies (1 World History; US History w/EOC (30%); US Government (1/2); Economics (1/2)


Scholar designation

Scholar Designation

Standard Diploma

Standard Diploma

1 credit (HOPE)

1 credit (Fine or performing arts, Speech, Debate, or Practical Arts)

2 Foreign Language (same language)

6 Electives 1 elective must be AP or Dual Enrollment

Must pass FCAT Reading 245 or higher.

24 credits

2.0 GPA

  • 4 ELA (ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS)

  • 4 Math (Algebra 2, Statistics or equal rigorous.

  • 3 Science (2 of 3 with lab) Biology 1 w/EOC (passed, 395); Chemistry or Physics..

  • 3 Social Studies US History (EOC Passing unknown at this time)


Accel d esignation 3 years option

Accel Designation 3 years option

Standard Diploma

Standard Diploma

1 credit (Fine or performing arts, Speech, Debate, or Practical Arts)

No HOPE required

3 Elective Credits

18 credits

2.0 GPA

Pass Reading FCAT 245

HOPE and online are NOT a requirement

  • 4 ELA (ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS)

  • 4 Math (Algebra 1 & Geo) 2 additional math.

  • 3 Science (2 of 3 with lab) Biology 1 w/EOC (30%); Chemistry; Physics..

  • 3 Social Studies (1 World History; US History w/EOC (30%); US Government (1/2); Economics (1/2


Industry designation

Industry Designation

Standard Diploma

Standard Diploma

1 credit (HOPE)

1 credit (Fine or performing arts, Speech, Debate, or Practical Arts)

8 Electives ---Attain one or more Industry Certifications from the LMHS list.

Pass Reading FCAT 245

24 credits

2.0 GPA

  • 4 ELA (ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS)

  • 4 Math (Algebra 1 & Geo) 2 additional math.

  • 3 Science (2 of 3 with lab) Biology 1 w/EOC (30%); Chemistry; Physics..

  • 3 Social Studies (1 World History; US History w/EOC (30%); US Government (1/2); Economics (1/2


Lmhs industry certifications

LMHS Industry Certifications

  • Introduction to Information Technology

  • Agri-Science and Bio-Technology 1, 2, 3, 4

  • Biomedical Sciences 1, 2, 3, 4

  • Commercial Art 1, 2, 3, 4

  • Computer Networking 1, 2, 3, 4

  • Culinary Arts 1, 2, 3, 4

  • Digital Design 1, 2, 3, 4

  • Drafting 1, 2, 3, 4

  • Early Childhood Education 1,2, 3, 4

  • Game Design 1, 2, 3, 4

  • Marketing and Entrepreneurship 1, 2, 3, 4

  • *Office Admin/Business Software 1, 2, 3, 4

  • Robotics 1, 2, 3, 4

  • TV Production 1, 2, 3, 4


Lmhs practical performing arts credits

LMHS Practical & Performing Arts credits

  • LMHS Practical Arts Credits

  • Drafting 1-4

  • Commercial Arts 1-7

  • Introduction to Information Technology

  • Digital Design 1-7

  • Television Productions 1-7

  • Early Childhood Education 2-3

  • Culinary 2-3

  • Game Simulation Foundations

  • LMHS Performing Arts credits

  • Chorus

  • Band

  • Theatre

  • Fine Arts Credits

  • 2-D Studio Arts


Differences between each graduation class

Differences Between each Graduation Class


Differences between each graduation class1

Differences Between each Graduation Class

Class 2017—parents and students have to select a graduation notification. The form has been given to all 9th graders.


Early graduation ego

Early Graduation EGO

  • To qualify:

    • Students must be on track to graduate

    • Students must have passed the Reading FCAT and Algebra 1 EOC.

    • Students must complete an “Intent to graduate Early” form it is available on the website.

    • Students must meet with counselor to discuss and to fix schedule appropriately.

  • Please Consider the following:

    • Do you have a plan why you want to graduate early?

    • You can miss out scholarships.


Assessment requirements

Assessment Requirements

  • Passing Score on FCAT Reading

    • Level 3-245

  • Or ACT Reading (11th & 12th)concordant score – 19

  • Passing score on

    Algebra 1 EOC

    • Level 3-399


  • Online requirement

    ONLINE REQUIREMENT

    • VISIT WWW.FLVS.NET TO REGISTER

    • COURSE CAN BE ½ OR FULL CREDIT.

    • ½ CREDIT—CAN TAKE 18 WEEKS TO COMPLETE

    • 1 FULL CREDIT-CAN TAKE 36 WEEKS TO COMPLETE (full year)

    • Read the description of the course

    • Pick your favorite subject

    • Stay away from courses that require EOCs.


    Unweighted vs weighted gpa

    Unweightedvs Weighted GPA

    • Unweighted GPA

      Regular classes

    • A= 4

    • B= 3

    • C= 2

    • D= 1

    • F= 0

    • For Standard diploma/Dual Enrollment (LSCC 3.0 GPA—11th grade)

    *Weighted GPA

    • Honors DE/AP

    • A = 5 A = 6

    • B = 4 B = 5

    • C = 3 C = 4

    • D = 2 D = ?

      For College/Bright Futures/Scholarships


    Positive rewards for earning good grades

    Positive Rewards for Earning Good Grades

    Dual Enrollment – LSCC & Lake Technical Center

    Bright Futures scholarships


    Dual enrollment

    Dual Enrollment

    Lake Sumter

    Lake Tech

    Junior or Senior Only

    2.0 GPA or higher

    On track for graduation

    Have chosen career goals

    See a counselor

    Take the TABE test

    Options include:

    Automobile Service or Collision

    Nursing: CNA, HHA, PCT, Med Assist.

    Cosmetology, Nail Specialty

    Public Safety – Police, Fire, EMT, Paramedic

    • Junior or Senior Only

    • 3.0 unweighted GPA

    • Passed FCAT Reading

    • Qualifying Scores on the PERT test; Reading 106; Writing 103; Math 114

    • Qualifying Scores on SAT 440/440 or ACT 19/17/19

    • Must meet with counselor to discuss

    • Limited Course offerings

      • English & Social Studies

      • Math & Science


    College entrance tests sat vs act

    College Entrance TestsSAT vs. ACT

    • SAT- is designed to measure critical reading, writing and Mathematical reasoning skills.

    • $51.00

    • LMHS is a site for SAT

    • Register online at www.collegeboard.com

    • Free/reduced lunches can receive a waiver.

    • ACT-is designed to measure academic achievement in the areas of English, mathematics, reading and science.

    • $36.50 or $52.50 w/writing

    • ERHS is a site for ACT

    • Register online at www.actstudent.org

    • Be sure to enter our school CEEB code: 102-581


    College

    College $$$

    • The average cost for published tuition and fees in a public two-year in-state college per year is $2,690

    • The average cost for published tuition and fees in a public in-state four-year college or university per year is$8,240

      • Average surcharge for full-time out-of-state students at these institutions is $20,770 per year

    • The average cost for published tuition and fees in a private four-year college per year is $28,500


    Choose the right option

    Choose the right option

    4 year College

    Community College

    Associates Degree

    Can live at home

    Lower cost

    May direct connect to colleges for Bachelors Degree

    Translates to a salary between $20,000 and $40,000**

    • Bachelors Degree

    • Housing & travel costs

    • Usually higher costs

    • Stricter admissions requirements

    • Translates to a salary range between $28,000 and $60,000 or higher**

    **Salary ranges are approximate and largely depend on the career field and economic conditions. There is not a guarantee.


    How do you plan to pay for college

    How Do you Plan to Pay for College?

    Have you discussed the plan your child?


    Welcome to our

    Bright Futures Scholarship

    Requirements

    Florida Academic Scholarship

    4 English

    4 Math Algebra 1 and higher

    (Liberal Arts Math & Informal Geometry do not count)

    3 Science (2 w/ lab)

    3 Social Studies

    - World History

    - Am. History

    - Gov’t/Economics

    2 Foreign Language

    GPA -3.5 weighted

    Qualifying Test Scores

    ACT = 29

    SAT = 1290

    Florida Medallion Scholarship

    4 English

    4 Math Algebra 1 and higher

    (Liberal Arts Math & Informal Geometry do not count)

    3 Science (2 w/lab)

    3 Social Studies

    - World History

    - Am. History

    - Gov’t/Economics

    2 Foreign Language

    GPA -3.0 weighted

    • Qualifying Test Scores

      ACT = 26

      SAT = 1170

    Florida Gold Seal Scholarship

    4 English

    4 Math (Algebra 1 and Higher

    3 Science (2 w/ lab)

    3 Social Studies

    - World History

    - Am. History

    - Gov’t/Economics

    1 Practical/Performing Arts

    1 Hope

    3 Vocational Courses

    (Must be a vocationalprogram completer with a min. 3.5 GPA in 3 courses.)

    GPA—3.0 weighted

    • Students who are on to track to graduate in 2014 will apply after December 1, 2013.

    • Students can track their progress toward Bright Futures eligibility by registering on FLVC.net

    • Volunteer Hours—100 hours for Florida Academic , 75 hours for Florida Medallion, 30 hours for Gold Seal

    • ACT and SAT scores vary by cohort year. Please see chart on the following page for specific details.

    • The Bright Futures Scholarship program is regulated by legislative changes annually.

    • You can learn more by visiting www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/ssfad/bf/

    Bright Futures Scholarship

    Requirements


    What should you know about bright futures

    What should you know about Bright Futures

    • Application is open December 1st of their senior year. Current seniors will complete the application in their English classes in January.

    • Students must take ACT or SAT testing.

    • Students can start earning your Volunteer hours right now. Don’t wait for their senior year. Volunteer form is available in our website: http://lake.k12.fl.us/lmh; click on Guidance; click forms

    • The scholarships are reviewed every year by the state, so things can be changed.

    • The amount of the scholarship is not enough to pay full tuition at any college. Students need to apply for additional scholarships.


    Scholarships

    Scholarships

    • Most scholarships are for 12th graders at this time.

    • Scholarships are posted on our weekly website. www.lake.k12.fl.us/lmh

    • Students are informed by email weekly.

    • $$$$ is available for students to attend for free $$$$.

    • www.fastweb.com –all grade level can register to receive emails of scholarships.


    Tools for success at lmhs

    Tools for Success at LMHS

    • Attendance is Critical

    • Come to school every day prepared to give 100% effort

    • Parents and students need to create an account with Esembler http://grades.lake.k12.fl.us

    • Follow all school expectations for dress code, behavior, and participation in class

    • Students need to select classes that challenge them to achieve your dreams.


    Join guidance text message alerts 561 402 7398

    Join Guidance Text Message Alerts561-402-7398

    • Class 2014-text @lmh

    • Class 2015-text @lmhscla

    • Class 2016-text @lmhsclas

    • Class 2017-text @lmhhscl

    561-402-7398


    Further assistance

    Further Assistance


    Any questions

    Any Questions?

    • Remember that you can email us if you have any questions.

    • Your student can make an appointment in Guidance Corner for you to discuss any questions that you might have.


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