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HORTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE PRESENTS:. IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 2018 (CURRENT 8 th GRADE STUDENTS) AND THEIR PARENTS . HHS SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE. Counselors A - G: Mary Lynn Hermus H - O: Marcia Piette P - Z: Julie Castagna.

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Hortonville high school counseling office presents

HORTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE PRESENTS:

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 2018 (CURRENT 8th GRADE STUDENTS) AND THEIR PARENTS


Hhs school counseling office

HHS SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE

Counselors

A - G: Mary Lynn Hermus

H - O: Marcia Piette

P - Z: Julie Castagna

Secretary: Sally Ebben

Registrar: Julie Patri

Phone: 779-7934

E-Mail: @hasd.org


Hortonville high school counseling office presents

  • Art – Gail Draeger

  • Band - Breanna Wozniczka

  • Business - Amber Laska

  • English – Kristi Compton and Social Studies – Anne Brahe

  • Family Consumer Science - Stephanie Halverson

  • Manufacturing/Engineering/Technology - Jeff LeBeck

  • Math – Kevin McElrath

  • Physical Education - Robert Weix

  • Science - Ben Schmidt

  • World Languages – Janet Rowe


Hhs evening counseling available

HHS EVENING COUNSELING AVAILABLE

  • 2ndMonday – Julie Castagna and Marcia Piette

  • 3rd Monday – Parent Programs

  • 4th Monday – Mary Lynn Hermus

    Evening hours are from 4:00 - 8:00 p.m.

    **PLEASE CALL TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT**

    779-7934


Hhs parent nights

HHS PARENT NIGHTS

  • September – Senior Parent Night

  • October – Freshman Parent Night

  • November – Junior Parent Night

  • January - Financial Aid Parent Night

  • January – 8th Grade Parent Night

  • April – Sophomore Parent Night

  • May – Senior Awards Night


Graduation requirements 2018

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 2018

Algebra


Required courses for freshman year

REQUIRED COURSES FOR FRESHMAN YEAR

ENGLISH

  • English 9

  • English 9 Honors (requires teacher recommendation)

    SOCIAL STUDIES

  • Global Studies and Civics

    OPTION: Integrated English 9/Global Studies OR Integrated English 9 Honors/Global Studies


Math based on test scores and teacher recommendation

MATH (based on test scores and teacher recommendation)

*College Technical Math I is available for transcripted credit through Fox Valley Tech College for seniors only


Hortonville high school counseling office presents

SCIENCE

  • Integrated Science

  • Honors Biology (requires teacher recommendation)

    PHYSICAL EDUCATION

  • P.E. I or Weight Training I

    COMPUTER LITERACY

  • Computer Applications

  • Office for the 21st Century (requires teacher recommendation)


Hortonville high school counseling office presents

OCCUPATIONS

2 credits required from any of the following areas:

  • Art

  • Business / Computers / Marketing

  • Family and Consumer Science

  • Manufacturing and Engineering Technology

  • Math

  • Science


Hortonville high school counseling office presents

FINE ARTS OR WORLD LANGUAGES

  • Band

  • Choir

  • Art

  • Spanish

  • German

    NOTE: 1 credit required to graduate. Does not need to be taken freshman year


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ELECTIVES

  • Courses over and above the required courses

  • Check Course Description Book for courses that sound interesting to you

  • Be careful of the pre-requisites explained in the course descriptions

  • Watch for additional fees found in the course descriptions


Year long electives

YEAR LONG ELECTIVES

  • Beginning, Developing, Advanced Developing Spanish

  • Beginning or Developing German

  • Art I

  • Freshman Band

  • Freshman Choir

  • Introduction to Technology

  • Intro. To Engineering Design (PLTW)

  • Cisco Networking (prerequisite: Geometry B)


First semester electives

FIRST SEMESTER ELECTIVES

  • Keyboarding

  • Information Processing

  • Introduction to Business

  • FCS Quest

  • Foods and Nutrition

  • Linking Generations


Second semester electives

SECOND SEMESTER ELECTIVES

  • Keyboarding

  • Information Processing

  • Introduction to Business

  • FCS Quest

  • Design

  • Foods and Nutrition

  • Multi-Media Web Design*

  • Microsoft Information Management*

*Prerequisite: Computer Applications

OR Office for the 21st Century


Course description books example

COURSE DESCRIPTION BOOKSExample

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Art Metals I (5009) is an opportunity for students to work with copper, brass, and silver. Students will work mainly with flat sheets of ………

  • Art I (.5 credit) Fall Semester Fee - $15.00 10, 11, 12

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Course Title

Course Number

Description

Pre-Requisites

Credit Value

Semester the Class Meets

Cost for Materials

Grade Levels Allowed to Take


Registration for 2014 2015

REGISTRATION FOR 2014-2015

  • Registration on-line and on your own

  • Deadline to register on-line: February 14, 2014

  • Deadline to turn registration form to counselor: Feb. 4th (HMS) Feb. 7th (GMS)

  • Check Course Description Book when selecting courses

  • Be prepared – have your form completed

  • Signed by you and parent/guardian

  • Be sure to select alternate courses

  • Make selections carefully – changes are VERY difficult


Extra curricular activities

EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

To find a list of athletics and

extra-curricular activities:

  • www.hasd.org

  • Click on “Schools”

  • Click on Hortonville High School

  • Look at the left side column

    • Click on “Athletics”

    • Click on “Activities and Clubs”


Thank you for coming

THANK YOU FOR COMING !

WELCOME TO HORTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL!


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