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Objectives. A:C1 Relate School to Life Experiences A:C1.1 Demonstrate the ability to balance school, studies, extracurricular activities, leisure time and family life A:C1.2 Seek co-curricular and community experiences to enhance the school experience

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Objectives

Objectives

  • A:C1 Relate School to Life Experiences

  • A:C1.1 Demonstrate the ability to balance school, studies, extracurricular

  • activities, leisure time and family life

  • A:C1.2 Seek co-curricular and community experiences to enhance the

  • school experience

  • A:C1.3 Understand the relationship between learning and work

  • A:C1.4 Demonstrate an understanding of the value of lifelong learning

  • as essential to seeking, obtaining and maintaining life

  • goals

  • A:C1.5 Understand that school success is the preparation to make the

  • transition from student to community member

  • A:C1.6 Understand how school success and academic achievement

  • enhance future career and vocational opportunities


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REVIEW

How Many Do You Need to Graduate?

Electives

4

Minimum

CTAE/Foreign Language

3

PE

0.5

Health

0.5

English/LA

4

Social Studies

3

Science

4

Math

4


Why is your gpa important

Why is your GPA Important?

Even before college, your GPA can determine whether or not you’re eligible to take Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate (IB) courses during your junior and senior years of high school.

2. For admission, prospective colleges will consider your GPA So the higher your GPA, the better your chances are of getting into the college of your choice.

3. Your GPA is a major consideration for both academic and athletic college scholarships as well as financial aid.

Grade Point Average


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Calculating Your GPA

Grade Point Average


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Example

Add these points to get a total:

Total for this example is:

20

Divide 20 by the total number of classes which is: 6

20 divided by 6 = 3.33 GPA


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Practice

What is Brad’s GPA?

13 divided by 6 = 2.16 GPA


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Practice

What is Samantha’s GPA?

16 divided by 6 = 2.67 GPA


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Practice

What is Michael’s GPA?

7 divided by 6 = 1.16 GPA


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ACADEMIC GPA

For enrollment, most colleges are only looking at Your Academic GPA from High School

Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts


Start early

Start Early

  • Most Colleges require a minimum of 3.0 GPA; therefore, you should focus on achieving a high GPA as early as the 9th grade, because it will be very difficult to recover your GPA during your junior and senior year, if you performed poorly in your 9th and 10th grade year


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Student Name: _______________________ Advisement Group ____________________

ACTIVITY: Determine your current GPA

8th Grade

Grades from Term I

If you don’t know your final report card grade, use your progress report grade from Term 1

My GPA for Term I is: ______________________


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