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Chula Vista High School. Pre-Registration for Fall 2012 CLASS OF 2015. HAND OUT MATERIALS. Course Description Handbook Course Offering Form Name Student ID #. CVHS COUNSELORS. CHULA VISTA HIGH GRADUATION. Class of 2013-2015. Graduation Requirements. Graduation Requirements.

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Chula vista high school

Chula Vista High School

Pre-Registration for Fall 2012

CLASS OF 2015


Hand out materials

HAND OUT MATERIALS

  • Course Description Handbook

  • Course Offering Form

    • Name

    • Student ID #


Cvhs counselors

CVHS COUNSELORS


Chula vista high school

CHULA VISTA HIGH GRADUATION


Class of 2013 2015

Class of 2013-2015

  • Graduation Requirements


Graduation requirements

Graduation Requirements

4 Years Social Science

  • World Geography

  • World History

  • US History

  • Government/Economics


Graduation requirements1

Graduation Requirements

4 Years English or ELD

  • English 9

  • English 10

  • English 11

  • English 12


Graduation requirements2

Graduation Requirements

3 Years of Math

Must include completion of Algebra

2 Years of Science

  • 1 year of Life Science

    (Biology or Life Science)

  • 1 year of Physical Science (Chemistry, Physics, Earth Science or Physical Science)


Graduation requirements3

Graduation Requirements

1 year of Foreign Language or Fine Arts

1 Semester of Health

2 Years of Physical Education (Pass PE Fitness Test)

11 Semester Electives


Graduation requirements4

Graduation Requirements

Minimum total of 44 credits

30 Community Service Hours

Pass the High School Exit Exam

-English and Math


Post secondary options

Post Secondary Options

  • 4-year college

  • Community college

  • Career/Tech Schools or Vocational Programs

  • Military

  • Full-time Employment


Class of 2013 20151

Class of 2013-2015

“A-G” Courses

College Entrance Requirements


College requirements

College Requirements

  • (A)

    1 Year World History

    and

    1 Year U.S. History


College requirements1

College Requirements

  • (B)

    4 Years English

    • Eng 9-12

    • ELD 7-8


College requirements2

College Requirements

  • (C)

    3 Years Mathematics

    4 years Recommended

    • Algebra

    • Geometry

    • Intermediate Algebra

    • Math Analysis (Pre Calculus)

    • AP Statistics, Finite, AP Calculus AB or BC


College requirements3

College Requirements

  • (D)

    2 Years Laboratory Science

    3 years Recommended

    • Biology 1-2

    • Chemistry 1-2

    • Physics 1-2

    • AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Physics


College requirements4

College Requirements

  • (E)

    2 Years Foreign Language (same language)

    3 years Recommended

  • (F)

    1 Year Fine Arts


College requirements5

College Requirements

  • (G)

    1 Year Academic Elective

    • Chosen from the subject areas above in Math, Social Science, Foreign Language, Science

      It is strongly recommended that students complete additional courses in the above subject areas


College requirements6

College Requirements

  • Completion of the above courses with a “C” or better.

    • Minimum standards for admission to UC schools is a 3.0 GPA and to CSUs is a 2.0 GPA

    • Compact for Success GPA is a 3.0


Credit recovery

CREDIT RECOVERY

NO SUMMER SCHOOL!

  • Credit Recovery Sessions after school

  • Different subject areas

  • FIRST COME FIRST SERVED

  • No guarantee of classes, pass the classes you are currently enrolled in!


Advanced placement courses

Advanced Placement Courses

  • If you enroll in an AP class, remember:

    • Extra time and effort is required to meet the rigor of the course

    • On average, you should expect one hour of homework per class per night

    • Summer assignments will be assigned

    • AP courses are taught at the college level; expectations are that assignments will be completed at the college level


10 th grade registration

10th Grade Registration

Schedule(Circle Level)

1. English 10

2. World History and Cultures

3. Science

4. Math

5. PE

6. Foreign Language/Fine Art/Support Class

7. SCPA Elective


Mathematics

Mathematics

  • Ext. Alg 1A/1B Ext. Alg 2A/2B

  • Ext. Alg 2A/2B Geometry

  • Algebra Geometry

  • Geometry Int. Algebra

  • Int. Algebra Math Analysis or Finite Math

  • Math Analysis AP Calculus (AB)/AP Stats

  • AP Calculus (AB) AP Calculus (BC)

    Or AP Stats


Science

Science

  • HIGH SCHOOL

    • Biology

    • Chemistry or Physics


Electives

ELECTIVES

  • Review your Course Description Handbook

  • Read Prerequisites for each course

  • List four choices, in order of priority


Return to see your counselor individual meetings cx 2015

Return to see your Counselor Individual Meetings / CX 2015


Questions

Questions ?

Please see your counselor if you have ANY questions


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