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  1. Two Down,Two To Go!Reed High School JUNIORS

  2. By now, you should have at least 9.75 credits! TRANSCRIPT

  3. Standard Diploma StandardGateway English 4 4 Math 3 4 Science 2 3 World History/Geography 1 1 US History 1 1 American Government 1 1 Arts/Humanities/CTE 1 1 PE/ROTC 2 2 Health/Child Development ½ ½ Computer Literacy ½ ½ Electives 6½ varies 22½ credits

  4. State Advanced Diploma 24 credits English 4 Math 4 Science 3 World History/Geography 1 US History 1 American Government 1 Arts/Humanities/CTE 1 PE/ROTC 2 Health/Child Development ½ Computer Literacy ½ Electives6 minimum 3.25 GPA

  5. Honors Diploma 24 credits English 4 Math 4 Science 3 World History/Geography 1 US History 1 American Government 1 Arts/Humanities/CTE 1 PE/ROTC 2 Health/Child Development ½ Computer Literacy ½ Foreign Language 2 Electives4 8 honors credits 2 years of the same foreign language minimum 3.4 GPA

  6. COURSE SELECTION

  7. BEFORE YOU BEGIN SELECTING CLASSES… Please consider the following: • What are your academic and career goals for life after high school? • What classes should you be taking to help you achieve your goals?

  8. Sample Course Offering

  9. Make sure you talk to your teachers for course approval and recommendations!Due Date:

  10. Credit Recovery • CBI/PLATO • A+ • Supplemental Credit Union • Summer School • WOLF • PE Options • BYU You can also sign up for Supplemental Credit and BYU for creditadvancement!

  11. Additional Educational Options • Academy of Arts, Careers, and Technology (AACT) • WOLF • TMCC High School • Charter Schools • Academy for Career Education (ACE) • Coral Academy • I Can Do Anything (ICDA) • Rainshadow

  12. What can you do junior year?

  13. Apply for an Internship To participate in this program, you must • Have at least a 3.0 unweighted GPA • Be either enrolled in at least one AP course OR certified as gifted • Have the ability to work independently • Be able to commit 80 hours to your internship over the semester • Have reliable transportation

  14. Visit the College&Career Center • Start planning for life after high school • Visit the College & Career Center (located in the library) for information on: • Interest Inventories • Scholarships • College • Trade Schools • Careers • Military • SAT/ACT/ Accuplacer testing information Located in the Reed HS Library

  15. Testing • Take the PSAT in October • $13 cost • National Merit Scholarship • Writing Proficiency in November • as well as any HSPEs you still need to pass • Take the SAT and ACT in the spring of your junior year.

  16. What are the Requirements for UNR? 3.0 core class GPA 4 credits of English 3 credits of Math 3 credits Social Studies 3 credits Science Out of state schools may have different requirements – check college websites!

  17. Track your NCAA Eligibility • Graduate from high school • At least 16 core courses required • Correspondence, independent study, and supervised curriculum courses may only meet requirements under certain conditions • File Clearinghouse forms with NCAA by the end of your junior year • Minimum 2.0 GPA • Division I test scores of at least 1010 on SAT or a sum of at least 86 on ACT • Division II test scores of at least 820 on SAT or a sum of at least 68 on ACT

  18. If you have questions about anything presented today, please see Ms. HyattGood Luck!