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Carmel Clay Schools CARMEL HIGH SCHOOL. Scheduling for Juniors. Revised 11/13. Welcome. Bettina Cool Maria Cottone Kris Hartman Becky Stuelpe Kelly Wernke. SCHEDULING TIMELINE FOR CURRENT SOPHOMORES Class of 2016

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Carmel clay schools carmel high school

Carmel Clay SchoolsCARMEL HIGH SCHOOL

Scheduling for Juniors

Revised 11/13


Welcome

Welcome

Bettina Cool

Maria Cottone

Kris Hartman

Becky Stuelpe

Kelly Wernke


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  • SCHEDULING TIMELINE FOR CURRENT SOPHOMORES

  • Class of 2016

  • November 5, 2013Student Scheduling Meeting during SRT (students receive materials)

  • November 6, 201310th Grade Parent Meeting to review Scheduling

  • Oct/NovTeachers make online course recommendations. Teachers will discuss these recommendations with students, and students will receive a printout of the recommendations.

  • November 4-11OCR open to students to select their classes

  • February 3, 2014Deadline for Application Courses

  • Prior to scheduling, students should prepare for their scheduling appointments by:

    • reading the info on worksheets

    • reading the Program of Studies

    • choosing courses and filling out online course requests (OCR) completely

    • please have your parent/guardian review your choices with you

  • November 4 through 11 – Online Course Request system open for students to select classes

  • Schedule changes can still be made after the OCR closes by submitting a schedule change form to their counselor by March 1/May 1.

  • Nov 11 through Dec 13- Students’ Individual Scheduling Appointments

    • The students’ SRT teachers will have information about when each student will be meeting with their counselor

    • Please remember that each counselor sets their own calendar and will use these dates as a guideline only

  • After scheduling appointments, students will be given a final copy of their course selections.

The

Online Course Request

system will be open for a limited time for students to make selections.

November 4 – 11th


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  • SCHEDULE CHANGE POLICY

  • Students and parents are advised that all requests for schedule changes for 2014-2015 mustbe made by

  • May 1, 2014

  • Requests for schedule changes made between

  • March 1 and May 1, 2014

  • will be honored if space is still available in the course.

  • After May 1, 2014, changes in a student’s schedule, for either semester, may be made only for the following reasons:

  • Errors made by the school in developing the schedule

  • The need for the school to balance class sizes

  • Medical reason with documentation

  • Change in program placement for students with learning problems, such as adjustments in or assignments to special services or resource classes

  • Request to take courses to qualify for the Academic Honors Diploma or

  • Indiana Core 40

  • Failure of a course required for graduation

  • Failure of a prerequisite, i.e., anything that would prevent a student from going on to a requisite course as published in the Program of Studies book

  • Failure of a course required for entrance into post-secondary education

  • Request to add a course required for college (with documentation from the college)

  • Adding a seventh course to replace a study hall

  • A student has failed with a teacher previously in a course, and he/she gets the same teacher for exactly the same course

  • A student requests to attend the full year rather than be a mid-year graduate

  • Move-in students who may need a second or third study hall because we are unable to match courses (This applies only after the tenth day of each semester)

  • Adding a class to continue the sequence of a year-long course

  • Adding a required course in lieu of an elective class.

Please make note of the schedule change deadline!

May 1st

For BOTH semesters

next year.


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Application Courses

The deadline for Application courses is February 3rd


Graduation requirements

Graduation Requirements

  • Indiana Diploma types:

    • Core 40

    • Core 40 with Academic Honors

    • Core 40 with Technical Honors

      Additional: IB Diploma and AP Capstone

      With the Counselor’s help, it is the student’s responsibility to know the graduation requirements for the diploma he/she is earning.

      This information is available in the Program of Studies online under Academics.


Core 40 diploma

Core 40 Diploma

  • 8 semesters of English

  • 6 semesters of Math = Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II

    • A QR class each year (see page 12 in the POS)

  • 6 semesters of Science = Biology, Chemistry or Physics or ICP and 2 semesters of additional classes

  • 6 semesters of Social Studies = Geography/History of the World or World History, plus U.S. History, Government and Economics

  • 2 semesters of Physical Education

  • 1 semester of Health

  • 5 semesters of Directed Electives = World Language, Fine Arts, or a Career/Technical are0a

  • 6 Elective credits from any area

  • Total of 40 credits


Core 40 with technical honors

Core 40 with Technical Honors

In addition to the basic Core 40 requirements:

  • Complete a minimum of six credits in the college and career preparation courses in a state approved college and career pathway.

  • Earn a minimum of 47 total credits

  • All semester grades for the 47 credits must be a C- or higher

  • Cumulative grade point average must be a 3.0 at the time of graduation

  • 2 more requirements involving:

    • industry based certification or dual credit courses

    • plus the Work Keys assessment or any of the options listed under the additional requirements for the Academic Honors diploma

  • Details are outlined in the P.O.S. on page 4


Core 40 with academic honors

Core 40 with Academic Honors

  • In addition to the basic Core 40 requirements:

    • 2 semesters of Math beyond Algebra II

    • 2 semesters of Fine Arts credit = any course from the Art or Performing Art department

    • 6 – 8 credits in World Language = 3 years of one language or 2 years each of two different languages

    • Total of 47 credits

    • Semester grades must be at a C- or higher for all 47 credits

    • Cumulative grade point average must be a 3.0 at the time of graduation

    • PLUS…..


Core 40 with ahd additional requirements

Core 40 with AHDadditional requirements

  • Complete ONE of the following:

    • 4 semesters of AP credit and complete corresponding exams

    • 4 semesters of IB courses and complete corresponding exams

    • Complete 6 college credits worth of dual credit coursework

    • Two of the following:

      • 2 semesters of AP with exams

      • 2 semesters of IB coursework with exams

      • 3 college credits worth of dual credit coursework

    • Earn a composite score of 1750 on the SAT (530 per section)

    • Earn a composite score of 26 on the ACT

    • Details are outlined in the Program of Studies (page 4)


General diploma

General Diploma

  • 8 semesters of English

  • 4 semesters of Math = Algebra I and Geometry

  • 4 semesters of Science = Biology I and two semesters of physical or earth sciences

  • 4 semesters of Social Studies = U.S. History, Government, 1 sem. of senior-level social studies

  • 2 semesters of P.E.

  • 1 semester of Health

  • 6 semesters of credits in a career academic sequence

  • 5 semesters of flex credits

  • 6 elective credits

  • 40 total credits

  • Details are outlined in the P.O.S.

    The General Diploma will only be available after an “Opt-out” discussion with the Counselor


Summer school

Summer School

Scheduling will include summer school class selection

Summer school is scheduled:

*One session (June 2 – July 3)

*Five weeks

*Monday –Thursday only

8 am – 12pm

* Limited class offerings plus credit recovery classes


Course selections

Course Selections

  • Required Classes

    • English, Math, Science, Social Studies (U.S. History)

  • Electives

    • World Language, Engineering Technology, Fine Arts, Business, Family Consumer Science, Performing Arts, Communication, Physical Education, JEL

  • Check out our YouTube videos illustrating our elective courses!

    http://www.youtube.com/user/CarmelHighSchool1

    There is a link online on the CHS website under Program of Studies.

  • Plan Ahead

    • Pre-requisites are often required for upper level classes


English and us history choices

English and US History Choices

  • English 11

  • AP English Lit

  • IB English

  • AP Capstone Seminar

  • Block

  • U.S. History

  • AP US

  • IB History of the Americas

  • Block

  • ACP US History

    Advanced College Project

    The Indiana University Course taught at CHS. This is a dual credit course, and starts the college transcript.

    More information is available

    in the Program of Studies

BLOCK OPTIONS:

Team taught Humanities

Meets everyday, 45 minutes of each subject

Large double class

Regular Block

English & U. S. History

-or-

AP Block

AP Capstone Seminar & AP U.S. History


J everett light career center

J. Everett Light Career Center

An area career center that serves 12 school corporations in Hamilton, Boone, and Marion counties

Offers approximately 25 Career-Technical education programs such as Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, Dental Assisting, Firefighting, EMT, Law Enforcement, Veterinary Assisting, Welding, Health Care Careers, Automotive Collision Repair, Automotive Service Technology and more

Dual credit opportunities

College bound students can benefit from these opportunities

Morning or afternoon sessions – a CHS student will spend ½ day at JEL and ½ day at CHS

CHS students earn 3 elective credits per semester for a JEL class

JEL is located on the back side of North Central HS on 86th St.

Open House on December 12th, 6-8 pm

www.jelcc.com


Sample schedule core 40 diploma with jel

Sample schedule: Core 40 Diploma with JEL

Blue DayGold Day

English 11 (Block)US History (Block)

Algebra IISRT

JEL – Medical AssistingJEL Medical Assisting

JEL Medical AssistingJEL Medical Assisting

If the student takes JEL classes in the morning, they will lose their SRT, but will gain another class.


Sample schedule core 40 diploma

Sample schedule: Core 40 Diploma

Blue DayGold Day

AP English LitChemistry

Algebra IISRT

Theater ProductionUS History

ChoirApplied Music*(*with approval)

Alternate Classes: Astronomy, Geology


Sample schedule core 40 with academic honors

Sample Schedule: Core 40 with Academic Honors

Blue DayGold Day

AP English LitPhysics

Pre Calc/Trig IntermediateSRT

Spanish IIIUS History

Inform, Commun, & Tech*Ceramics (*Dual Credit)

Alternate Classes: Fiber Arts, Accounting


Sample schedule core 40 with technical honors

Sample Schedule:Core 40 with Technical Honors

Blue DayGold Day

English 11Algebra II

AP Physics ISRT

US HistoryGerman I

Digital ElectronicsIntro Engin Design

Alternate Classes: Drawing, Intro to Design Processes


Online scheduling ocr online course requests

Online scheduling (OCR)Online Course Requests

  • Students will complete the worksheet and choose their courses online from home

  • Parents should review the courses with their student

  • Counselors will meet individually with students to review selected courses, discuss their progress and college and career information

  • The OCR (Online Course Requests) will close at the end of the day on November 11

  • Students may make changes to their schedule using schedule change forms up to May 1, 2014


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OCR


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Student’s user name

Georgewashington

  • Student’s password


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Student name

Click on pencil


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Some core classes & electives have more than one page.


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Student Name

After all your selections have been made click on the “SUBMIT” button.


College information

College Information

Junior Year is Important!

Tougher Admission Requirements

More Colleges requiring:

Two years of a world language

4 years of math/ Pre Calc necessary for some colleges

SAT /ACT scores – important factor


College choices

College Choices

Research colleges that fit your needs

Visit colleges

Plan to take SAT/ACT more than once

CCRC (College & Career Resource Center)

Office in Counseling Center, open on Gold Days

Excellent information on past acceptances

Offer informational meetings throughout the year

CHTV reruns those meetings

*Visit the CHS Counseling Website

On-line Resources


College info on twitter

College Info on Twitter!

  • Follow us on Twitter @CHSCollege411

  • A great resource for:

    • College Admissions Information

    • Application Deadlines

    • Scholarships

    • Financial Aid

    • College Rep Visits

    • Summer Programs


Cyber profile

Cyber Profile

  • What would your cyber profile say about you?

    • Status postings

    • Links

    • Pictures

  • Cyber profiles on the internet are potentially available to anyone to view

  • College admission offices and future employers can “Google” applicants


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  • Indiana Career Explorer

  • This is a comprehensive site with resources for:

    • Career interest inventories/assessments

    • College information with a search capability

    • Job and career exploration within career clusters

    • Easy resume creator (under the work tab) that is helpful for creating a high school resume for college applications

  • Parents can access the site with their child’s user name and birth date.

  • Please see your counselor or check the Counseling page of the CHS website for the code to access career assessments.


Summary

Summary

  • SCHEDULING TIMELINE FOR SOPHOMORES

  • Class of 2016

  • November 5, 2013Student Scheduling Meeting during SRT

  • (students receive materials)

  • November 6, 201310th Grade Parent Meeting to review Scheduling

  • Oct/NovTeachers make online course recommendations November 4-11OCR open to students to select their classes

  • February 3, 2014Deadline for Application Courses

  • Prior to scheduling, students should prepare for their scheduling appointments by:

    • reading the info on worksheets

    • reading the Program of Studies

    • choosing courses and filling out online course requests (OCR) completely

    • please have your parent/guardian review your choices with you

  • November 4 through 11 –

  • Online Course Request system open for students to select classes

  • Schedule changes can still be made after the OCR closes by submitting a schedule change form to their counselor by March 1/May 1.

  • Nov 11 through Dec 13- Students’ Individual Scheduling Appointments

    • The students’ SRT teachers will have information about when each student will be meeting with their counselor

    • Please remember that each counselor sets their own calendar and will use these dates as a guideline only

  • After scheduling appointments, students will be given a final copy of their course selections.

Counselors will be setting individual appointments with their students

Students will enter their online course requests with parents before the student meets with their counselor.

Pay attention to scheduling deadlines. There will be

no schedule changes after May 1 for next year.

Students:

This is your schedule!

Put thought into the classes that will both appeal to your areas of interest, and prepare you for your future.


Thank you

Thank you!

  • IB information and AP Capstone Pilot immediately follows

  • International Baccalaureate Diploma presentation by Will Ellery, IB Coordinator

  • AP Capstone Pilot Program information by Brooke Watson, Assistant Principal


International baccalaureate diploma

International Baccalaureate Diploma

…then IB could be for you!!

  • Six (6) groups of advanced-level, fully weighted courses

  • Interdisciplinary approach to learning

  • Widely-respected by colleges and universities—internationally

  • Earn college credit and scholarships

Are you…

  • Curious?

  • Knowledgeable?

  • A thinker?

  • Communicative?

  • Open-minded?

  • A risk-taker?

  • Balanced?

  • Reflective?


Course of study 11 th and 12 th grade

COURSE OF STUDY 11TH AND 12TH GRADE

Math

English

Social Studies

Science

World Languages

Performing Arts or a 2nd core course

Theory of Knowledge


Theory of knowledge

Theory of Knowledge

Discussion-based course that ties together all of the other disciplines. Students examine ways of knowing- how we know what we know. Topics change, and they are relevant and current.

Examples: Are there such things as absolute rights?

What is the difference between an Act of War and an Act of Terror?


The hexagon

The Hexagon


The center of th e hexagon

The Center of the Hexagon


Translation please common application

Translation please…Common Application


What is so special about the ib programme

What is so special about the IB programme?

  • recognized around the world; curriculum benchmarkedwith rigorous international standards; ensures an increased adaptability and mobility for IB students

  • focuses on international perspectives of learning and teaching, insists that students explore their home culture and language

  • unique approach to transdisciplinary learning

  • encourages students to participate in creative and service-oriented activities


Research says

Research says…

IB students outperform their peers on state assessments

IB Diploma students have higher acceptance rates to colleges

IB Diploma students perform better in post-secondary education than their peers


Further questions contact

FURTHER QUESTIONS/ CONTACT

YOUR COUNSELOR

[email protected]


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