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9 th and 10 th advisement for parents for class of 2015 and 2016

9th and 10th ADVISEMENT for Parents for Class of 2015 and 2016


Nhs counseling department mission statement

NHS Counseling Department Mission Statement

The Northview Counseling Department works with all stakeholders to help students to become productive members of society who accept responsibility for their actions. In this we strive to create a safe, personalized, and supportive environment that fosters tolerance and respect.


Northview high school counselors

Northview High School – Counselors

Students are assigned to counselors according to their last name:

Counselor Student Caseload

Samiah Garcia (A – Co)

Jamie D. Brown (Cr – Hu)

Andrew Alhadeff (Hw-Lim)

Renee Ferrerio, Dept Chair (Lim – O)

Allison Leja (P- Sn)

Steve Creel (So – Z)


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Graduation Requirements

Students planning to enter/transfer into a 4 year college/university must take a minimum of two units of the same world language.


Math class 2015

Math- Class 2015

  • In order to graduate a student must take and pass the following four on-level math classes

  • 1: GPS Algebra

  • 2: GPS Geometry

  • 3: GPS Advanced Algebra

  • 4: GPS Pre Calculus


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Math- Class 2015

  • OR the student must take and pass the following four Accelerated Math classes:

  • 1. GPS Accelerated Algebra Honors

  • 2. GPS Accelerated Geometry Honors

  • 3. GPS Accelerated Pre Calculus Honors

  • 4. AP Calculus AB/BC or AP Statistics …If you are in Accelerated Math, you will need to take AP Calc AB/BC or Statistics to graduate.


Math class 2016

Math- Class 2016

  • In order to graduate a student must take and pass the following four on-level math classes

  • 1: CCGPS Coordinate Algebra

  • 2: CCGPS Analytic Geometry

  • 3: CCGPS Advanced Algebra

  • 4: CCGPS Pre Calculus


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Math- Class 2016

  • OR the student must take and pass the following four Accelerated Math classes:

  • 1. CCGPS Accelerated Coordinate Algebra Honors

  • 2. CCGPS Accelerated Analytic Geometry Honors

  • 3. CCGPS Accelerated Pre Calculus Honors

  • 4. AP Calculus AB/BC or AP Statistics

    If you are in Accelerated Math, you will need to take AP Calc AB/BC or Statistics to graduate.


Ghsgt eoct testing

GHSGT/EOCT Testing

  • Students who enter grade 9 for the first time in SY2011 -2012 or after

  • Must pass the GHSWT to be eligible for diploma

  • Are not required to take or pass GHSGT ( test not administered)

  • Are required to pass courses* associated with EOCT, with EOCT contributing 20% to course grade

  • Are not required to pass EOCT

*In science, students may take Physical Science or Physics (no EOCT for Physics).


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Credits and Honor/AP Points

Credits

  • How many credits are required to be promoted to the next grade?

    • 5credits need to be earned by the start of the 2013/2014 school year for freshmen to be promoted to the 10th grade.

    • 11credits need to be earned by the start of the 2013/2014 school year for sophomores to be promoted to the 11th grade.

    • If a student does not have proper credits then the student remains in a lower homeroom.

  • How many credits are required to be in the 12th grade?

    17credits need to be earned by the start of senior year for a student to be promoted to the 12th grade. 23 credits are needed for graduation

Honor/AP Points

  • Which courses receive honor points?

    • 7additional points are added at the end of each semester topassinggrades in honors, AP, and joint enrollment / college courses.


What if i fail a class

FAILED COURSES CAN BE MADE UP THROUGH:

SUMMER SCHOOL (MAXIMUM CREDITS THAT CAN BE MADE UP ARE 1.0 CREDIT)

ONLINE COURSES THROUGH FULTON VIRTUAL SCHOOL OR GEORGIA VIRTUAL SCHOOL. COUNSELORAPPROVAL IS REQUIRED TO TAKE ONLINE COURSES

IF YOU DO NOT EARN SUFFICIENT UNITS THEN YOU WILL NOT BE PROMOTED AND IN DANGER OF NOT GRADUATING WITH YOUR CLASS

What If I fail a class?


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Numeric Average

Fulton County calculates numeric averages by adding up all grades in classes and dividing by the total number of classes taken. The numeric average is on a 100 point scale i.e. 87 out of 100

All grades included in this calculation – failed grades, summer grades, online grades…

Fulton County adds 7 points to the final passing grade for each Honors, AP, and college course taken; shown on transcript


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A Word on Grade Point Average (GPA)

High School GPA is calculated by the postsecondary institution not the high school (Fulton County does not calculate)

College GPA is different than the Fulton County Numeric Average

  • Student should contact college to find how they calculate GPA

  • Most colleges use this scale: A = 4.0, B = 3.0, C = 2.0, F = 0.0

  • Most colleges only consider academic courses (Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Foreign Language)

  • Some colleges may give additional points for Honors, AP, and College courses

  • Some colleges may take off the additional 7 points added for Honors, AP and college courses


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Georgia’s HOPE Scholarship

  • Eligible students receive financial assistance covering partial or full tuition

  • Qualifications

  • - U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen

  • - Legal resident of Georgia

  • - Graduate of an eligible GA high school

  • Valid Social Security #

Selective Service

Males must register with the Selective Service no later than 30 days before their 18th birthday.

HOPE eligibility will be delayed until this requirement is met www.sss.gov


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HOPE GPA

A 3.0 GPA is required by averaging core coursework, including failing grades, on a 4.0 scale

Core CoursesConversion

English

Math

Science

Social Science

World Language

Honors points are removed and a 0.50 weighting is added back in for AP courses only, not to exceed 4.0

Middle school credit is not calculated in the HOPE GPA

All calculations are done by the Georgia Student FinanceCommission

Counselors are not responsible for calculating the HOPE GPA

A 2.99 GPA does NOT qualify you for HOPE


Hope scholarship

HOPE Scholarship

Basic eligibility requirements:

  • Students graduating under the single diploma type must have a 3.0 GPA as calculated by GSFC.

  • The GPA calculation is the same calculation that was mandated in the HOPE changes in 2004.

  • Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA in college to maintain the HOPE Scholarship.

  • If a student falls below a 3.0 GPA in college, they may only regain the HOPE Scholarship one time.

  • A student that does not graduate from high school as a HOPE Scholar, can earn a 3.0 GPA in college and enter the HOPE Scholarship program at the 30, 60 or 90 semester hour check point or equivalent quarter hour check point.

  • The HOPE Scholarship will not pay for remedial or developmental courses.


Hope scholarship1

HOPE Scholarship

The HOPE Scholarship will pay:

  • At an eligible postsecondary institution, a percentage amount of the standard tuition charges from the previous year.

  • At an eligible private postsecondary institution, a percentage amount of the HOPE award for private colleges.

    Award Amounts:

  • Payment amount for private colleges is $3,600

  • Payment amount for public colleges and universities can be located on GAcollege411.org on the HOPE Program Changes page


Hope scholarship2

HOPE Scholarship

Academic Rigor

  • Requires that students graduating in 2015 and beyond must pass at least 2 courses from a list of academically rigorous courses in order to meet the requirements to be a HOPE Scholar upon high school graduation


Hope scholarship3

HOPE Scholarship

Rigor Requirements

  • Advanced math, such as Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry, Math III, or an equivalent or higher course;

  • Advanced science, such as Chemistry, Physics, Biology II, or an equivalent or higher course;

  • Advanced placement courses in core subjects;

  • International baccalaureate courses in core subjects;

  • Courses taken at a unit of the University System of Georgia in core subjects where such courses are not remedial and developmental courses; or

  • Advanced foreign language courses.

  • GSFC will be providing a list of classes to further define each category.


Zell miller scholarship

Zell Miller Scholarship

  • Major premise of the program is that a student must meet all the requirements to be eligible for the HOPE Scholarship, plus:

  • Graduate from an eligible high school with a grade point average of at least a 3.7 as calculated by GSFC and having received a score of at least 1,200 combined critical reading score and math score on a single administration of the SAT or an ACT score of at least 26; or

  • Graduated from an eligible high school as the valedictorian or salutatorian


Zell miller scholar program

Zell Miller Scholar Program

  • A student must maintain a 3.3 grade point average in college to maintain the Zell Miller Scholar program.

  • If a student loses eligibility for the Zell Miller Scholar program for any reason, they may regain that eligibility one time. They remain eligible for the HOPE Scholarship provided the student’s GPA is still a 3.0 or above.


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HOPE

Apply for the HOPE

Apply for the HOPE - Complete starting January of senior year:

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) - www.fafsa.ed.gov

or

Georgia Student Financial Aid Application System (GSFAPPS) - www.GAcollege411.org

View your HOPE average

Go to www.gacollege411.org and create an account.

For Additional Information on HOPE

Contact Georgia Student Finance Commission (GSFC)

770-724-9000 or www.gsfc.org


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  • Program changes are available on the www.gacollege411.org website


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Advanced Placement - AP

  • Program of college-level courses

  • Receive recognition from more than 3,600 colleges and universities that annually receive AP Exam scores. Over 90% of 4-year colleges in the U.S. provide credit and/or advanced placement for qualifying scores

  • Required to take the AP exam in May if passing course

  • MANDATORY MEETING IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO TAKE AN AP CLASS NEXT YEAR

    AP Night – Thursday, January 24, 2013, 6:30 pm, NHS Theater


Four year plan advisement

Four Year Plan Advisement

  • On March 5th & 6th, 2013, counselors will meet individually with each student on their caseload to advise them on academic and elective course selections.

  • Final course registration forms will be due on March 14th, 2013.

  • Students will receive a copy of their 4 yr plans with counselor recommendations to take home and review with parents.


Bridge bill activities class 2016

Bridge Bill Activities Class 2016

  • All 9th grade students will complete the following activities through GACollege411:

  • Review/adjust or create your Individual Graduation Plan

  • Review the Career Cluster Survey Interest Inventory and save your results of at least 3 careers in your GACollege411 portfolio.

  • These activities will be completed through your Biology class at some point this year


Bridge bill activities class 2015

Bridge Bill Activities Class 2015

  • All 10th grade students will complete the following activities through GACollege411:

  • Review/adjust or create your Individual Graduation Plan

  • Take the College Credit Now Guideway, respond to questions and save your results in your GACollege411 portfolio.

  • These activities will be completed through your World History class at some point this year


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Research Colleges

  • Use the Internet

  • GAcollege411 www.gacollege411.org

  • Georgia Career Information Service (GCIS) www.gcic.peachnet.edu

  • User ID: nviewhs Password: gcis1890

  • www.collegeboard.com

  • Visit college websites and look at majors, admissions, and financial aid

  • Visit Colleges (it is not too early!)


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Research Colleges

Use the College Career Room to research colleges and scholarships

Attend College Fairs

Atlanta National College Fair

Location:Atlanta, GA

Georgia World Congress Center

Atlanta, GA

February 10, 2013


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College Admission Standards

GPA – Typically average in academic core on a 4.0 scale (English, Math, Science, Social Studies, and World Language)

Course Selection (rigor; difficulty level) – Selective colleges are looking at the strength or rigor of your courses throughout high school, including your senior year. We highly recommend seniors take a minimum of 4 academics each semester- for highly selective colleges, a minimum of 5 each semester.

Test Scores (SAT and/or ACT)

Class Rank – Based on overall numeric weighted average

Extracurricular Activities – Leadership and participation in clubs, service and sports can be particularly important to competitive colleges

College Application Essays – Required essays on the college application are important because they demonstrate your writing ability and give the college more information about you. Please seek advice when writing an essay and make sure to proofread for errors

Letters of Recommendation – Request teacher recommendation two weeks before needed and counselor recommendation at least two weeks prior to the school’s deadline

Resumes – Contains academic info., honors & awards, extracurricular activities, work/volunteer experience, etc.

Interviews


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CollegeFreshman Profile

UGA

  • Middle 50% GPA 3.73-4.03

  • Middle 50% SAT 1790-2040

  • Middle 50% ACT 27-31

  • Avg AP courses 4-8

    GA State

  • Middle 50% GPA 3.2-3.7

  • Middle 50% SAT 1030-1200

  • Middle 50% ACT 22-27

    Ga Southern

  • Average GPA 3.2

  • Middle 50% SAT 1040-1160

  • Middle 50% ACT 21-24

GA. Tech.

  • Middle 50% GPA 3.77-4.08

  • Middle 50% SAT 1960-2160

  • Middle 50% ACT 28-32

  • Avg AP courses 7.31

    Georgia Perimeter College

  • Min Critical Reading SAT 480

  • Min ACT English 20

  • Min Math SAT 440

  • Min ACT Math 18

  • No deficiencies allowed in Math or English

  • SAT or ACT not required, Compass test instead

    Gwinnett Technical College

  • Graduate from High School

  • Submit SAT/ACT scores or take Compass test


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General Resume


General resume

General Resume

General Resume


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If a college or scholarship program inquires about honor code violations or discipline, we are obligated to report this information.

Also, inquiries on a student's integrity may also be affected if the student has a documented out of school suspension or honor code violation.

Acceptance to college is provisional and the colleges hold all of the rights.

Colleges reserve the right to rescind admission or put you on immediate probation.

Honor Code and Discipline


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College Entrance Exams

SAT I

College admission test that measures students’ mathematical ability, critical reading knowledge, and writing skill.

SAT Subject Tests

One-hour tests offered in subjects such as English, foreign language, science, history, and mathematics. Some colleges require the SAT II test(s) & students should check with each college to determine whether it is necessary to take the SAT II(s).

American College Testing Program (ACT)

College admission test which measures aptitude and skill in English, math, reading, natural sciences, and writing.

Test Registration

SATwww.collegeboard.com

ACTwww.act.org

High School Code 111148

It is recommended students take the SAT and/or ACT at least twice during their junior year and once at the beginning of their senior year


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SAT Versus ACT


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Dual Enrollment– Move on When Ready

(MOWR)

Move on When Ready

A new dual enrollment opportunity for students to attend a postsecondary institution full-time during their junior and/or senior year of high school

Students will receive high school credit and college credit simultaneously while attending college classes on the college campus full time.

  • Tuition is paid through local system funds. Additional expenses may

  • be covered

  • Students can live on campus or commute but are responsible for

  • these expenses

  • - All high school End of Course Tests and Georgia High School

  • Graduation Testing requirements must be met

  • - Classes do not count against the HOPE Scholarship or Grant hours


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NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse

  • If you are planning on participating in intercollegiate athletics at an NCAA Division I or II institution you must register with the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse

  • Access the registration materials by visiting the NCAA website www.ncaaclearinghouse.net

  • When taking the SAT/ACT, enter 9999 for scores to be sent to NCAA

  • Students and parents are responsible for determining

  • NCAA eligibility to Division I and Division II schools

  • Counselor’s are neither responsible nor allowed

  • to determine eligibility

Be aware that the NCAA may or may not approve courses taken through a non-traditional format such as online, distance learning, correspondence, credit recovery, etc.

Counselors are not responsible for researching or advising NCAA policies. It is up to the student and family to investigate NCAA regulations as they pertain to non-traditional courses


How to achieve success in your classes

BE ORGANIZED- USE YOUR AGENDA

DO YOUR HOMEWORK DAILY (ZEROES FOR NOT TURNING IN WORK LOWERS YOUR GRADE TREMENDOUSLY)

MAKE STUDYING EVERY DAY A PRIORITY- REVIEW CLASS NOTES DAILY

ATTEND TEACHERS HELP SESSIONS

IF NEED EXTRA HELP, ATTEND TAN HELP SESSIONS (EVERY TUESDAY AFTER SCHOOL IN ROOM 541)

NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY TUTORING -SIGN UP TO HAVE AN INDIVIDUAL PEER TUTOR HELP YOU-FORM AVAILABLE TO FILL OUT IN COUNSELING OFFICE

ASK YOUR TEACHER FOR RECOVERY IF YOUR GRADE IS BELOW 74 (RECOVERY ENDS 2 WEEKS PRIOR TO FINALS)

EVERY GRADE COUNTS- COLLEGES WILL LOOK AT GRADES FROM EACH SEMESTER

HOW TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS IN YOUR CLASSES


How and when to see a counselor

How and When to see a Counselor

  • To see a counselor, students should stop by the office to fill out an appointment request slip. A counselor will send for the student within 48 hours

  • Reasons to see a counselor:

    • Struggling Academically

    • Questions about college/career planning

    • Questions about four year plan for graduation

    • Guidance on dealing with academic issues

    • Guidance on dealing with personal issues

    • Just want to meet your counselor!!!! 


How and when to see a counselor1

How and When to see a Counselor


How and when to see a counselor2

How and When to see a Counselor

  • We are here to help

  • Stop by before school, during lunch or after school. (Parents need appointments)

  • If counselor is not available, fill out the Counselor Appointment Form.

  • EmergencyDanger to yourself, others, or someone else is in danger. See a member of the Northview Staff IMMEDIATELY- DO NOT FILL OUT THE APPOINTMENT FORM


Communication

You should have received email alerts for this meeting.

If you do not receive any email communication from the counseling office, make certain we have your updated email address.

You may send your updated email to [email protected]

Make sure to include your student’s legal name and grade level

COMMUNICATION


Don t forget

Don’t Forget….

  • Check the counseling website frequently for scholarship opportunities:

  • http://northviewhigh.com/counseling/

  • Follow us on Facebook at: facebook.com/NHSTitansCounseling

  • Follow us on Twitter at: @NHSCounseling1

  •  This entire presentation will be added to the counseling website to review as needed!


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Q&A

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