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9 th Grade Advisement Class of 2015. Parent Night March 1 st 7:00-8:00 Counselor Webpage: http://www.martinez.k12.ca.us/schools/ahs/counseling/index.html. Required Sophomore Classes. English Pre-AP English Sophomore English w/o English Support ELD Math Algebra Readiness Algebra 1

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9 th grade advisement class of 2015

9th Grade AdvisementClass of 2015

Parent Night March 1st

7:00-8:00

Counselor Webpage:

http://www.martinez.k12.ca.us/schools/ahs/counseling/index.html

required sophomore classes
Required Sophomore Classes
  • English
    • Pre-AP English
    • Sophomore English w/o English Support
    • ELD
  • Math
    • Algebra Readiness
    • Algebra 1
    • Geometry
    • Algebra 2/Trigomometry
    • Pre-Calculus
  • PE
    • Lifetime Activities
    • Weight Training
    • Ultimate Games
    • Repeat PE 9 if not passed full year
  • Modern World History
additional sophomore class options
Additional Sophomore Class Options
  • Science (2 years required)
    • Basic Life Science/Biology
    • Science 1/Chemistry/ Honors Chemistry
  • World Language
    • Spanish
    • French
  • Additional Electives (1-3 depending on over all schedule)
    • English/Math/Social Studies Support (Placement based rec. & test scores)
    • Visual & Performing Art (VPA) Electives
    • English Electives
    • Social Science Electives
    • Industrial Technology Electives
    • ROP Electives (Minimum age 16)
    • Leadership
    • Inside Work Experience (IWE)- 1 year max
  • 6/7 Periods
    • 6 classes are required, some students opt for 7 classes but this is not guaranteed.
  • Extra Curricular Activities
    • AHS offers a variety of sports, clubs and volunteer opportunities.
    • Look for summer opportunities: job, internship or volunteer opportunities.
transcript
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Course Tags:

  • * Non Academic (Ex. PE 9)
  • + Honors (Ex. Honor Chemistry and/or AP English)
  • P College Prep (Ex. English 9)
  • r Repeated (rarely used)

Weighted Non-Wgtd.

Academic GPA 3.6957 3.6957

Total GPA (9-12) 3.72003.7200

Note: Next year, the academic GPA will be separated into 9-12 and 10-12 GPA’s

Credit Attempted 30

Credits Completed 30

Class Size 311

Class Rank: 58 10-12 Rank: 78

CAHSEE

ELA: Not Taken

Math: Not Taken

credit summary
Credit Summary

Subject Area Credit Req\'d. Compl. Needed

Modern World 10.00 - 10.00

US History 10.00 - 10.00

Civics 5.00 - 5.00

Econ 5.00 - 5.00

English 9 10.00 5.00 5.00

English 10 10.00 - 10.00

English 11 10.00 - 10.00

English 12 10.00 - 10.00

Math 20.00 - 20.00

Science Life 10.00 - 10.00

Science Physical 10.00 5.00 5.00

Fine/Arts/Language 10.00 5.00 5.00

PE 20.00 5.00 15.00

Health - - -

Computer Application - - -

Life Long Learning - - -

Algebra 1 10.00 5.00 5.00

Electives 80.00 5.00 75.00

*Total* 230.00 30.00 200.00

Algebra 1 Requirement NOT Met

college entrance tests
College Entrance Tests
  • PSAT
    • Take next October
    • Test sections: Critical Reading, Math, Writing Skills
    • Take again in Junior year/Qualify for National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT) possibilities
    • Check YES-Student Search Services
  • ACT with Writing
    • Take Spring Junior year
    • Test Sections: English, Math, Reading, Science, Writing
    • Measures “What you know”
  • SAT
    • Take Spring Junior year
    • Test Sections: Critical Reading, Math, Writing
    • Measures “How you know it”
  • SAT Subject Tests
    • Starting with the fall class of 2012 the UC’s will no longer be requiring SAT subject tests. However, depending on your major/school they may recommend subject tests
    • Many private colleges require/recommend SAT subject tests
    • If student needs them, take Spring Junior year
    • Retake Fall Senior year if needed
    • Offered in a variety of subject areas: History, Literature, Mathematics (Level 2 only), Science or Language Other Than English.
college search
College Search
  • Start researching this year
    • Start at the AHS counselor website: http://www.martinez.k12.ca.us/schools/ahs/counseling/index.html
  • Visit Campuses
    • In session
    • Take tours
    • Talk to students on campus
  • Visit college fairs
    • In April, St. Mary’s College offers one of the Bay Area’s biggest college fairs.
  • Look for the right “fit”
    • Size
    • Location
    • Type and price
    • Major
    • Activities available
    • Your academic match (GPA, test scores, course pattern, etc)
online scheduling for school year 2012 2013 march 12 th to march 23 rd
Online Scheduling for School Year 2012-2013March 12th to March 23rd
  • You will need:
    • A Copy of your transcript
    • Web Address: AHS Home Page: http://www.martinez.k12.ca.us/schools/ahs/counseling/index.html
    • Student User Name: (Used to log on to school computers)
    • Student/Password: (Used to log on to school computers)
    • Course Catalog for 2012-2013 which is only available online
    • Grade level course planning guide
    • It is recommended to complete the 4-year course planning guide
    • Parent/Guardian for Advice/Review
  • Changes To Locked Classes
    • Pre-AP English: Sign up as an additional class. We will remove Sophomore English from your schedule once the recommendation has been confirmed
  • Alternate Electives:
    • Be sure to provide alternate choices for each elective class. If you do not, we will.
  • Problems? Come to the Counseling Office or the Writing Center for help before the March 23rd deadline.
  • Computers are available for student use at the Writing Center and the Library Media Center during school hours and immediately after school each day.
websites of interest
Websites of interest
  • AHS Counseling Web page
    • http://www.martinez.k12.ca.us/schools/ahs/counseling/index.html
  • AHS Webstore
    • http://alhambrahs.revtrak.net/tek9.asp
  • Career Interest Inventory
    • http://www.cacareerzone.org/index.html
  • College Search/SAT
    • www.collegeboard.com
  • ACT
    • www.act.org
  • CollegeWeekLive
    • CollegeWeekLive are free, online events designed to connect prospective students with colleges and universities in a live, interactive environment. Go to http://www.collegeweeklive.com/ for more information or to register for free.
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