Corona High School Home of the Panthers Class of 2017. Who Is My Guidance Counselor?. Mr. Pruett…………....A-C Mrs. Halfhill ………….D-Ho Mrs. Martin…………..Hu- Ol Dr. Schneider………Or-Rosas Ms. Babin …………....Puente Mrs. Ferrara………... Rosato -S & AVID Ms. Osterkamp ……...T-Z & Special Ed
Home of the Panthers
Class of 2017
Mrs. Ferrara………... Rosato-S & AVID
Ms. Osterkamp……...T-Z & Special Ed
Mrs. Aguiar…….English Language Learners
WE ASSIST STUDENTS WITH:
Room J-1 (The College and Career Center)
Ask Mrs. Larson for a
“Counselor Appointment Request Form”
Mrs. Larson runs the College and Career Center and she is one of the best resources we have at Corona High School.
Complete Internet Access
Who is Mrs. Larson?
Mrs. Larson runs the College and Career Center (Room J-1)
How do I make an appointment to see my counselor?
Ask Mrs. Larson for a
“Counselor Appointment Request Form”.
Dr. Schneider is the Safety and Violence Counselor. She assists in coordinating support groups to help students with a variety of issues.
You Can Find Dr.. Schneider in
The Counseling Office
Homework Completion is Often
50% of Your Grade
TURN IN ALL HOMEWORK ON TIME
Password: First initial of first & last name, month, day and year of birthday
+ Completing All Homework
+ Studying For Tests
= The Key to Academic Success in High School
Earning A’s, B’s and C’s
In all Coursework
How many credits do you need to graduate from high school?
What is the passing score on the CAHSEE
in order to graduate from high school?
Each class is worth 5 credits a semester.
Students take 6 classes each semester, which equals 30 credits a semester.
This means, students should earn 60 credits a year.
1 Semester Course = 5 Credits
1 Semester = 30 Credits
1 Year = 60 Credits
How many credits should you earn
in one academic year?
Required Classes = No F’s
Language Arts 40 Semester Credits
Social Science 30 Semester Credits
Science 20 Semester Credits
Math 20 Semester Credits
Physical Education 20 Semester Credits
Fine Arts or/ 10 Semester Credits
Health 5 Semester Credits
145 Required Credits
+ 75 Elective Credits
220 Credits Needed To Meet Graduation Requirements
What is the lowest passing grade?
YOU WILL STILL EARN 5 CREDITS
These are courses a student must pass in order to be eligible for a 4 year university.
a = History/Social Science—2 years
b = English—4 years
c= Mathematics—3 years required, 4 years recommended
d = Laboratory Science—2 year s required, 3 years recommended
e = Language other than English—2 years required, 3 years rec.
f= Visual and Performing Arts (VPA)—1 year required
g= College Preparatory Electives—1 year required
What are “a-g” courses?
Courses that I must take and pass in order to be eligible for a 4 –year university.
Can I earn a “D” in an “a-g” course?
ONLY A “C-” OR BETTER
ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY
TO A FOUR-YEAR
4-Year University2-Year Community College
1st Year (General Education) 1st Year (General Education)
2nd Year (General Education) 2nd Year (General Education)
3rd Year (Major)
4th Year (Major)
Year 1 & 2 = General Education
Year 3 & 4 = Classes in Your Major
HIGH SCHOOL LAYS THE FOUNDATION FOR YOUR FUTURE CHOICES
HAVE A PLAN FOR YOUR FUTURE
This PowerPoint presentation can be found
on our Corona High School Website.
Click on the guidance tab at the top of the page
Look in the 9th Grade Folder
Where can I find the list of guidance programs offered at Corona High School, as well as college and testing information?
The Corona High School Website
Click on the guidance tab at the top of the homepage
Best of Luck to You!
We invite you to make appointments to see your counselor if you have any questions.
We will now work on your
Four Year Plan
Recommended Electives: Health/Computers (each course is 1 semester), Fine/Performing Arts or World Language (must have a GPA of 3.0 or above to enroll in F.L.)
*Naval Junior Reserve Officer Training
Recommended Electives: Continue/Begin World Language, Fine/Performing Art or other elective.
Recommended Electives for College Bound Students: Continue Math, Science and World Language, & College Prep Electives
Recommended Electives For College Bound Students: Continue Math, Science and World Languages & College Prep Electives