WELCOME TO JASPER HIGH SCHOOL. CLASS OF 2015. Choices. Are you ready for all of the choices that you have to make? The things you do in high school will determine the things you can do after high school. College 2yr. or 4yr. Technical School Military Workforce. Basic Preparation.
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Are you ready for all of the choices that you have to make?
Must complete ONE of the following:
Must complete TWO of the options below, one of which must be A or B:
A. Score at or above the following levels on Work Keys:
Reading for Info – 6
Applied Math – 6
Locating Info – 5 -OR-
B. Earn 6 college credits in technical, transferable dual credit courses
C. Complete a professional career internship or cooperative education course
D. Complete industry-based work experience (140 hrs)
E. Earn a state approved industry recognized certification – only available in Welding and Information Technology
*B, C, and D must be in the career/technical program area of study
***If the decision is made to opt-out of Core 40, the student is required to complete the course/credit requirements for a general diploma and the career/academic sequence the student will pursue is determined.
A grade retake/replacement occurs when a student retakes a class that he/she has already taken to hopefully receive a better grade. A student who receives below a C- on a course may retake that course for credit. The second grade earned will replace the original grade—no matter what the grade—and shall count for grade point average and class rank. The original grade will remain on the transcript with the credit for that class being transferred to the second class. A student may take advantage of this option up to two times in his/her high school career. This would allow a student trying to earn an Indiana Academic Honors diploma an opportunity to retake a class where he/she might have received below a C-, thus giving him/her an opportunity to keep his/her Academic Honors diploma. This change will become effective for the students in the Class of 2014.
World LanguagesNinth Grade Enrollment Decisions
English 9, Honors
Algebra I, Honors
Biology I, Honors
All freshmen will take :
Health – one semester
P.E. – one traditional credit by the end of freshmen year.
**Students will need to take PE I before taking any other elective PE
Students will be able to count the following for one credit of PE after they have taken a traditional PE course.
Fundamentals of Ag Science and Business
Introduction and Advanced 2D Art
Second Semester only
Adv Comp AppsBusiness
May be either First or Second Semester
* Meets Local Graduation Requirement
Full year course
Available Second Semester only
All are two semester classes
Students that have completed Spanish I in the 8th grade may register for Spanish II
Dance Performance -
One semester only
If not enrolled in band
Fund Engineering 1
Fund Engineering 2
Full Year Course
Intro to Eng Design- PLTW
Algebra I required – completed or enrolled in
National pre-engineering program
Introduction to the scope and rigor of engineeringTechnology
English 10, Honors
AP Eng Lang & Comp*
AP Eng Lit & Comp*
World History, Honors
U.S. History, Honors
AP U.S. Government*
Algebra I, Honors
Algebra II, Honors
Biology I, Honors
Chemistry I, Honors
Earth/Space Science, Honors
Anatomy & Physiology
French IVCourses that are weighted*Receive AP weight. All others receive Honors weight