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  1. Academic Advising

  2. INDIANA HS REQUIREMENTS DISCIPLINEGRADCORE 40HONORS Language arts 8 8 8 Math 4 6 8 Alg I&II, Geom AlgI&II,Geom+2 US History 2 2 2 US Government 1 1 1 Addition Soc St 1 Econ + 2Econ + 2 Biological Sci 2 2 2 Physical Sci 2 2 2 Additional Sci 2 2 Foreign Language 4-6 Fine Arts 2 Health 1 1 1 Academic or Tech 2 8 TOTAL CREDITS 40 40 47

  3. COLLEGE ADMISSIONS DISCIPLINEYEARS Language Arts 4 yrs Math 3 yrs (Alg, Geom, Alg II) 4 yrs strongly recommended Science 2 years 3-4 yrs recommended Soc St 2 years 3-4 yrs recommended Foreign Language 2 years 3-4 yrs recommended Fine and Performing Arts Computers

  4. NCAA GRADUATE WITH 13 ACADEMIC COURSES DIV IDIV II Language Arts 4 yrs 3 yrs Algebra 1 yr Geometry 1 yr Science 2 yrs 2 yrs Additional eng, math, sci 1 yr 2 yrs Soc St 2 yr 2 yrs Additional 2 yr 2 yrs (above courses, foreign language, computer, philosophy, religion) Index Core GPA 2.0 GPA + SAT / ACT 800 SAT / 68 ACT } Math 2 yrs

  5. Certificate of Technical Achievement • Certificate which lists • - skills demonstrated by the student • - the hands-on activity (scenario) the student completed • Current certificates • - electronics • - plastics • - business support • - bioscience • - printing • - health • - metalworking • Part of the vocational – technical funding formula

  6. Career School College Appren- ticeship Community College Military Workforce ASSESSMENTS GQE, ICTA, SAT, ACT, ASVAB 12 Graduation Req Core 40 Req Honors Req NCAA Req College Req ACADEMICS Indiana Academic Standards 11 HIGH SCHOOL EXPERIENCE 10 9 CAREER EXPLORATION MAJOR GUIDANCE Self Knowledge Exploration Planning GRADES K-8

  7. The Elective Hodge-Podge ENG MTH SOC SCI FL ELEC ELEC 9TH GRADE For Lang Food Chorus Eng Alg PE Hlth 10TH GRADE For Lang Intro Bus Wght Lift Eng Geom Soc Bio 11TH GRADE US Hist For Lang Study Hall Photograph Alg II Eng Chem Fine Arts 12TH GRADE Pre-Calc Gov Econ Physics Tex-tiles Tchr Aid Eng

  8. Career Pathways Electives Engineering CAREER SEQ CAREER ELECT ENG MTH SOC SCI FL 9TH GRADE For Lang Tech Sys Com-munic Eng Alg PE Hlth 10TH GRADE For Lang Design Proc Manu factur Eng Geom Soc Bio 11TH GRADE US Hist For Lang Trans porta Alg II Eng Chem CAD Fine Arts 12TH GRADE Pre-Calc Gov Econ Physics Engineering Internship Eng

  9. Indiana Career Pathways DOE RECOMMENDED 4-YEAR HS COURSE PLANS FOR 38 OCCUPATIONAL GROUPINGS http://doe.state.in.us/publications/pathways.html

  10. Career Academy Model SCI ENGINEERING CAREER ACADEMY SOC FL 9TH GRADE Tech Sys Commun Hlth Eng Alg PE For Lang 10TH GRADE Design Proc Bio For Lang Eng Geom Manu Soc 11TH GRADE Trans port US Hist Alg II For Lang Eng Chem CAD 12TH GRADE Pre-Calc Engineering Internship Physics Gov Econ Fine Arts Eng

  11. Indiana Career Clusters • 01 Agriculture and Natural Resources • 02 Art, Media and Communications • 03 Engineering, Science, and Technology • 04 Manufacturing and Processing • 05 Mechanical Repair and Precision Crafts • 06 Business, Management & Finance • 07 Building and Construction • 08 Educational Services • 09 Health Services • 10 Personal and Commercial Services • 11 Legal, Social and Recreation Services • 12 Protective Services • 13 Marketing, Sales and Promotion • 14 Transportation

  12. Using Career Clusters GUIDANCE INSTRUCTION • Interest Inventories • (Kuder Career Search) • Career Speakers • Guidance Themes • Career Clubs • Career Fairs • HS Course Plans • Career Pathways • Instructional Examples • Assessment Choices • Instructional Themes • Courses Applied to Career Clusters • Integration of Content • – Physics + Tech • – Eng + 2D Design • – Math + Construction • – Sociology + Law • Career Majors

  13. Why Career Pathways ? When students and their parents  have knowledge of . . . Their personal interests and aptitudes Labor market trends / global economy Career opportunities Educational opportunities • have a plan for the future • can see the link between current learning and their plan Career pathways make a difference! Pathways personalize education. Students tend to select more difficult courses and work harder in school.

  14. CORRESPONDENCE CLASSES • Indiana University School of Continuing Studies • - variety of courses • - students complete work packets • - take one or two supervised exams (may be administered at the high school) • Good for students who can’t work a course or credit into their school day • Good for courses the high school doesn’t offer • INDIANA UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL

  15. HS CREDIT BELOW GRADE 9 • Students may earn HS credit for work before grade 9 provided: • 1. The course is equivalent to its HS counterpart • (meets same state standards) • 2. Grades are recorded on the HS transcript • 3. Grades are included in the HS GPA • 4. Grade policies are consistent in the HS and MS

  16. 7 SEMESTER WAIVER • Students must be in school for 7 semesters • Schools may waive the 7th semester if • - failure to waive would prevent graduation • - student would have qualified for a gifted / talented • • and the student has been accepted and plans to attend a postsecondary school • • and the student has a contract with and plans to enlist in the military

  17. HOME SCHOOLING • Indiana law requires • - report enrollment in home school to DOE • - 180 days of instruction • - attendance records • (public superintendents may verify) • - instruction equivalent to public schools • Home schools are exempt from curriculum requirements • When the home-schooled child returns • - review committee is formed • - parents submit test results, attendance records & curriculum • - student takes end-of-course exams to determine mastery

  18. HS FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENTS • How to evaluate the foreign transcript • - student’s responsibility to have transcript translated • - sending school must designate • • the content covered in the course •  the level of mastery: • excellent, good, average, poor, unsatisfactory •  total number of minutes in the class • (4,500 min = 1 credit) • May earn a high school diploma if Indiana’s graduation requirements are met • English Language Proficiency Test (College Board) – • tests understanding of spoken and written language

  19. HS APPROVED COURSE TITLES • TRANSCRIPT INTEGRITY • Course title with credit = mastery of state standards • CONSISTENCY • State approved titles, numbers & abbreviations • COURSE LABELS • C – Core 40 Course • H – Honors Diploma Course • G – Graduation Requirement • A – Additional Course

  20. HS TRANSCRIPT GUIDELINES • DO INCLUDE • High school information • Student information • Student academic information • Attendance information • Awards / extracurricular activities • May designate “modified” for adjusted content or grading scale • (include explanation of modification with the transcript) • DO NOT INCLUDE • Subjective comments • Disability disclosure • May not designate “modified” for instructional changes only • GPA • Total of all earned points / total credits attempted • No grades are to be omitted

  21. GUIDANCE FOLDER FRONT COVER Career Plan Career Major (cluster) Postsecondary Education Plan Diploma Goal Review History INSIDE FRONT Future Career / Education Plans 4-yr HS Course Plan Grades Cumulative Credits (HS) Class Rank (HS) INSIDE BACK Checklist of items in the folder: Guidance Activities Educational Exhibitions Achievement Records Leadership Exhibitions Self Management Exhibitions Team-Work Exhibitions Problem Solving Exhibitions BACK COVER Extracurricular Activities Leadership Positions Awards Guidance Activity Log