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AVID PARENT NIGHT. 2012. What do you need to graduate from high school?. Earn 220 credits 40 English 30 Social Science 20 Math (At least 10 in Algebra 1) 30 Science (10 biological and 10 physical) 20 Physical Education 10 Visual/Perform. Art or Foreign Language

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Avid parent night

AVID PARENT NIGHT

2012


What do you need to graduate from high school

What do you need to graduate from high school?

  • Earn 220 credits

    • 40 English

    • 30 Social Science

    • 20 Math (At least 10 in Algebra 1)

    • 30 Science (10 biological and 10 physical)

    • 20 Physical Education

    • 10 Visual/Perform. Art or Foreign Language

    • 70 Electives (“fun” classes; advanced classes)


Avid parent night

Review Transcript:

1. Personal Info

2. Courses taken

(don’t forget summer/adult school)

Credits: per class and total

Test Scores

CAHSEE/SAT/ACT

*please write down any changes on your 3X5 card


Parent link

Parent Link

Can keep track of your student’s grades & attendance at school

To sign up parents need:

  • an E-mail account

  • Come to West H.S., show I.D., receive your VPC number

    To log on you will need:

  • Your student’s name

  • Home phone #

  • Permanent ID #

  • VPC Pass code

    Log on to http://parent.tracy/k12.ca.us


Csu uc a g requirements

CSU/UC A-G Requirements

  • a - History 2yrs

  • b - English 4yrs

  • c – Math 3yrs, 4yrs.Recommended (UC)

    ( CSU, Algebra1, Geometry, Algebra 2)

  • d - Lab Science 2 yrs. (1 biological,1physical) 3yrs. Recommended (UC)

  • e - Foreign Language 2 yrs. required, 3yrs.

    recommended (UC) (same language)

  • f - Visual Performing Arts 1yr

  • G – Elective course 1yr

    ** must have a grade of C or better in all a-g courses**


C s u system

CSU System

CSU Sonoma

San Diego State


Csu eligibility

CSU Eligibility

Based on your eligibility index

SATACT

10-12 academic gpa10-12 academic gpa

X800plusX 200plus

math & reading scoreACT composite score

X 10

Non – impacted schools = 2900 or above

  • BakersfieldEast Bay Monterey

  • Dominguez HillsChannel Islands

  • Maritime Academy Stanislaus

  • San Marcos 2900 with at least a 2.75 gpa


Eligibility indexes cont d

Eligibility Indexes Cont’d

  • Local schools = 2900 and above

    • CSU Sacramento

    • CSU Stanislaus

    • CSU Fresno

  • Schools starting at 3200 and above

    • San Francisco State

    • San Jose State

    • Sonoma State


Eligibility indexes cont d1

Eligibility Indexes Cont’d

  • Averages from 2012

    • San Diego 4180 Cal Poly Pomona 3810

    • San Bernardino 3342

    • Chico 3150

    • CSU Los Angeles 3020 Humboldt 3010

    • Fullerton 3600

  • Cal Poly San Luis Obispo & Long Beach

    is based on the major…3200 & up

  • Northridge’s 3700 (at least 3.2 gpa)


Sat sample

SAT Sample

3.0 10-12 grade academic gpa

X 800

2400

+ 500SAT math score

+ 500SAT reading score

3400 =Eligibility Index


Act sample

ACT Sample

3.010-12 grade academic gpa

X 200

600

+180ACT composite score x 10

780 = Eligibilty Index


Sat act

SAT/ACT

  • 2900 SAT = 720 ACT

  • 3200 SAT = 760 ACT


Csu english math assessments

CSU English/Math Assessments

  • English placement test EPT

  • Math placement test ELM

  • Must test by May – the earlier the better

  • You can take it at any CSU campus

  • www.calstate.edu/eap


Csu english math assessments1

CSU English/ Math Assessments

Exemptions

  • ELM/Math

    • 550 on SAT, 23 on ACT, AP test 3

    • CST score of 1

    • CST score of 2 with senior year of math with Algebra II as a prerequisite

  • EPT/English

    • 500 on SAT, 22 on ACT, AP test 3

    • CST score of 1


Educational opportunity program

Educational Opportunity Program

  • Designed to improve access and retention of historically low-income and educationally disadvantaged students.

  • EOP students have the potential and demonstrated motivation to perform satisfactorily at a CSU, but they have not been able to realize their potential because of their economic or educational background.

  • The program provides admission and academic assistance to EOP-eligible undergraduate students.

  • The program offers financial assistance to eligible students.

  • Campuses tailor their programs to accommodate the needs of their student population.

    www.csumentor.edu/admissionapp/eop_apply.asp.


Eop educational opportunity program

EOPEducational Opportunity Program

Applicants must:

Demonstrate academic potential

Have motivation to succeed

Be California residents

Meet the income criteria

Who May Apply

First time freshman

Historically low-income

First generation college students

Disadvantaged background


Uc system

UC System

UC Davis

UC Irvine


Uc eligibility

UC Eligibility

  • Complete a minimum of 15 college-preparatory courses (a-g courses), with at least 11 finished prior to the beginning of your senior year.

  • Earn a grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or better with no grade lower than a C-.

  • Meet the examination requirement by taking the ACT With Writing or the SAT Reasoning Test by December of your senior year. We don't require SAT Subject Tests, but certain programs on some campuses recommend them.


Comprehensive review of the application

Comprehensive Review of the Application

  • What do the UC campuses look for?

    • Good grades & test scores

    • Well-rounded students

    • Assess the student within his/her context

    • Not just the personal statement; the full applicant and the full application are important

    • Take the time to fill out all of the application completely and accurately


Comprehensive review

Achievements in Special Projects

Improvement in Academic Performance

Special Talents, Achievements, and Awards

Participation in Educational Preparation Programs

Academic Accomplishment Within Life Experiences

Geographic Location

Comprehensive Review

  • Grade-Point Average

  • Test Scores

  • Courses Completed/Planned

  • Honors Courses

  • Eligibility in the Local Context (ELC)

  • Quality of Senior-Year Program of Study

  • Academic Opportunities in California High Schools

  • Performance in Academic Subject Areas


Personal statement

Personal Statement

  • WHAT ADMISSIONS OFFICERS LOOK FOR, IN ORDER OF IMPORTANCE:

  • Writing Ability: The best predictor of a student’s survival rate in college is often her writing ability—not just include grammar and spelling, but sentence variety and how naturally your ideas flow.

  • Voice and Personality: For many schools, including UC’s, the essay serves as a replacement for an interview.  This is your chance to give them an idea of your personality, and what you will bring to their school. 

  • Topic: Do you have anything interesting to say?  (If there’s something remarkable about you that can’t be listed on your resume, this is a great chance to discuss it.)


The personal statement

The Personal Statement

Statement #1:

Describe the world you come from — for example, your family, community or school — and tell us how your world has shaped your dreams and aspirations. 

Statement #2:

Tell us about a personal quality, talent, accomplishment, contribution or experience that is important to you. What about this quality or accomplishment makes you proud and how does it relate to the person you are?

Additional Comments:

Use this space to tell us anything else you want us to know about you and your academic record that you have not had the opportunity to describe elsewhere in the application. Limit your response to 1000 words or less. Must be at least 250 for one.


Sat subject tests

SAT Subject Tests

“Recommended by some UC’s”

  • Berkeley – Chemistry and Engineering

  • Irvine – Arts, Engineering and CSE

  • UCLA – Engineering and Applied Science

  • San Diego – Engineering, Biological or Physical Science

  • Santa Barbara – Creative Studies, Engineering, Computer Science

  • Riverside – Bourns College of Engineering & College of Natural & Agricultural Sciences


Psat sat act

PSAT/SAT/ACT

  • PSAT- October 20th 7:30am $20

    • Sign-up with the bookkeeper

      ACT test datesDeadlines

      December 8November 2

      $50.50 w/writingwww.act.org

      SAT test datesDeadlines

      November 3October 4

      December 1 November 1

      $50www.collegeboard.com


Western undergraduate exchange wue

Western Undergraduate ExchangeWUE

  • www.wue.wiche.edu

  • If you are a resident of a WICHE state, you are eligible to request a reduced WUE tuition rate of 150% of the resident rate at one of the 145 participating schools in the West.

  • WICHE states include: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming.


Ncaa naia

NCAA/NAIA

  • National Collegiate Athletic Association

    www.ncaa.org/eligibility SAT code 9999

  • National Association Intercollegiate Athletics

    www.playnaia.org SAT code 9876

  • Cost NAIA $60 NCAA $60

  • Eligible for a Fee Waiver if you received a fee waiver for the SAT or ACT

  • Must submit a final transcript


Community service

Community Service

Check with Ms. Fell in the Career Center and the

Class of 2012 Senior News

  • New Hope Care Center

  • Astoria Gardens

  • Tracy Animal Shelter

  • Tracy Boys and Girls Club

  • Sutter Tracy Hospital

  • Tracy Library

  • McHenry House

  • Tracy Interfaith Ministries

  • Tracy Convalescent Hospital

  • Give Every Child a Chance Tutoring

  • Block W

  • Key Club


Community service1

COMMUNITY SERVICE

  • LONGEVITY

  • SOMETHING YOU ARE PASSIONATE ABOUT

  • PEER LEADERSHIP

  • ETHNIC/RACE COMMUNITY

  • FAITH COMMUNITY

  • HOW DID I MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN MY COMMUNITY?


Ap exams

AP Exams

  • Earn college credits

  • Save money


Fafsa what you will need

FAFSA - What You Will Need

  • Drivers license/California ID

  • Social Security number

  • Alien registration number if not a U.S. citizen

  • Student’s 2012 income information

  • Parent’s 2012 income information

  • Final 2012 paystub

  • Records of untaxed income: (welfare, child support, social security benefits)

  • List of colleges you are interested in attending


Acceptance letters financial aid award letters

Acceptance Letters/ Financial AID Award Letters

  • March/April

  • Pell Grants

  • Cal Grants

  • Work Study

  • Subsidized Loans

  • Unsubsidized Loans

  • Parent Loans


Timelines

Timelines

  • PSAT – Soph, Jr

  • SAT/ACT – Jr, Sr

  • Campus visits – all years

  • Scholarships – Jr, Sr / Career Center

  • Community Service – all years/Career Center

  • Financial Aid – Sr / January

  • GPA Verification – Sr / Winter

  • Apply to Colleges – Sr / Fall


E mail contacts

E-mail Contacts

  • Counselor Laurie Tomlin [email protected]

  • 10th Melissa Rotondi [email protected]

  • 11th & 12th Shauna Rodgers [email protected]

  • 9th Julie Gard [email protected]


Tusd college fair

TUSD COLLEGE FAIR

  • October 17th

  • 6:00 – 8:00pm

  • John C. Kimball High School


Work hard

Work hard……

Increase your opportunities after graduation!


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