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The Future Is Yours. Junior Year Registration Make it Count. GRADUATION. The goal is to graduate To participate you must have 24 credits Completed all required courses Been in attendance for 8 semesters. Do You Have What It Takes?. Communication Arts4.0 credits

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The future is yours

The Future Is Yours

Junior Year Registration

Make it Count



  • The goal is to graduate

  • To participate you must have 24 credits

  • Completed all required courses

  • Been in attendance for 8 semesters

Do you have what it takes

Do You Have What It Takes?

  • Communication Arts4.0 credits

  • Social Studies3.0 credits

  • Math3.0 credits

  • Science3.0 credits

  • Fine Arts1.0 credit

  • Practical Arts1.0 credit

  • Physical Education1.0 credit

  • Health .5 credit

  • Personal Finance .5 credit

  • Electives 7.0 credits

Junior requirements

Junior Requirements

  • Math—3rd year

  • English—3rd year

  • Science—3rd year

  • Social Studies—3rd year

  • Personal Finance (need before you graduate)

Special programs

Special Programs

  • Yearbook application Ms. Dunaway D118

  • Newspaperapplication Ms. Dunaway D118

  • Tech Schoolapplicationguidance

  • Independent Portfoliosee your art teacher

Tech school

Tech School

  • Applications due back in guidance office by December 9

  • Take OASIS test in January

  • If accepted, you will take 3 hours at FHHS and 3 hours at Lewis and Clark Tech School

  • Earn 6 credits a year

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Tech School

  • Programs available:

    Auto Collision Repair

    Auto Service Technology

    Brick & Stone Masonry

    Building Trades

    Computer Information Systems

    Design Drafting/CAD

    Early Childhood Careers

    Electrical Trades

    Health Occupations

    Health Related Occupations


    Power Equipment Technology


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Tech School

  • Did you know?

    You can earn college credit hours or advanced standing. The following institutions award these credits:

    St. Louis Community College

    University of Northwestern Ohio

    Linn State Technical College

    Universal Technical College

    Construction Craft Labor Apprenticeship

    Associated General Contractors of St. Louis

    Construction Craft Laborer Apprenticeship

    Floor Layers Apprenticeship

    East Central Community College

    St. Charles County Community College

    Vatterott College

Honors courses

Honors Courses

  • Juniors are able to take Honors and AP classes. It is recommended that you speak with your current core subject area teacher and get their recommendation for these classes.

Advanced credit

Advanced Credit

  • You can take courses at FHHS that count as college credit. These are Advanced Credit courses. These courses are offered through University of Missouri – St. Louis or Lindenwood University.


    Marketing II

    Art History

    Spanish III IV V

    Adv. Automated Accounting

Advanced placement

Advanced Placement

  • Advanced Placement courses are FHHS courses that are college level. If the national exam is successfully completed, college credit or advanced placement in college courses may result.

    CalculusAP Art History

    Chemistry IIAP Stats

    Physics IIAP Language and Comp

    European HistoryAP Lit and Comp

    US HistoryAP Biology

    AP Government and PoliticsAP World History

A program

A+ Program

  • FHHS is an A+ school


  • If you have completed your obligations, you can be certified as an A+ student and receive tuition benefits in the future. Tutoring must be complete by December of senior year.

Academic and special awards

Academic and Special Awards

  • Missouri College Preparatory Studies Certificate

  • President’s Award for Educational Excellence

  • Standard of Academic Accomplishment Award

    Refer to enrollment guide for


Cum laude

Cum Laude

  • Recognized at graduation.

  • 4.2 and above summa cum laude

  • 4.0-4.19 magna cum laude

  • 3.8-3.99 cum laude

  • 27 credits earned

  • Completed 4 units in each of core areas

  • Earned a minimum of a proficient in all but one End of Course Exam

  • 27 on ACT or a 1220 combined on 2 of 3 sections on SAT

  • Attended at least one year at Francis Howell High School



  • Accumulation of credit is your responsibility as a student

  • If you need summer school or a correspondence course, it is your responsibility to complete the course or courses

Activities eligibility


  • Students must be enrolled in 3.0 credits Students must have earned 3.0 credits the preceding semester

  • Students must maintain a minimum of

    1.5 GPA

College options

College Options

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  • College Representatives

  • Websites






  • Activities are an integral part of the school’s program of education

  • NAIA schools need to register

  • See the Activities Director or your counselor regarding the NCAA Clearinghouse if you plan to seek college athletic scholarships at the Division I or II level (



  • Review course information with your parents

  • Complete your course request form

  • Return your form to your Biology Teacher

  • All forms due December 1

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