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  1. Class of 2022 Enrollment 2019-20

  2. PHS Graduation Requirements – pg. 5 • 4.5 English • 4 Math • 3 Science • 4 Social Studies • 1.5 Physical Education • 1 Fine Art • 1.5 Technical Ed. • 9.5 Elective Credits 28 Total Credits

  3. Kansas Scholars Curriculum – pg. 10 Students who complete the Kansas Scholars Curriculum will receive a certificate from the Kansas Board of Regents and may be considered for scholarships through the Kansas State Scholars Program. • 4 English • 4 Math-Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2 and 1 upper level course • 3 Science (Must be Biology, Chemistry, Physics) • 3 Social Science • 2 Foreign Language (Must have 2 years of one language)

  4. Kansas Qualified Admissions – pg. 10 To be admitted to a Regents University as a freshman, students MUST meet ALL three requirements below: • Achieve one of the following: • ACT score of 21 or higher; OR • SAT score of 980 or higher; OR • Graduate in the top-third of their class • Complete the Pre-College or Kansas Scholars Curriculum with at least a 2.0 GPA Qualified Admissions Pre-College Curriculum 4 English 3 Math (Algebra I or higher with an ACT Math Score of 22) or 4 Math (Algebra I or higher, with one taken each year) 3 Social Science 3 Science (One unit must be chemistry or Physics) 3 Electives (Must be from specific areas) • Achieve a 2.0 GPA on any college credit taken in high school

  5. KU Admission Requirements – pg. 11 • Complete the Kansas Qualified Admissions curriculum with a 2.0+ GPA AND meet one of the following: • 3.0+ overall GPA and 24+ACT/1090+ SAT (math and critical reading, only) OR • 3.25+ overall GPA and 21+ ACT/980+ SAT (math and critical reading, only)

  6. Earning College Credit in High School:AP vs. KCKCC – pg. 13

  7. NCAA Eligibility: Division I or II – pg. 15 Division I Division II • Graduate • Complete 16 core courses • 4 English • 3 Math (Algebra I and higher) • 2 Science • 1 extra English, Math, or Science • 2 Social Science • 4 extra from any above or foreign language • Earn a minimum required GPA in core courses • Meet SAT or ACT/GPA sliding scale; and 10 core courses completed prior to the 7th semester. • Graduate • Complete 16 core courses • 3 English • 2 Math • 2 Science • 3 extra from English, Math, or Science • 2 Social Science • 4 extra from any above or foreign language • Earn a 2.0 GPA in core courses • Earn a certain score on ACT or SAT To ensure you meet NCAA eligibility requirements, schedule an appointment with your counselor.

  8. Earning College Credit in High School: AP vs. KCKCC courses.-pg. 11

  9. AP Courses for Sophomores • AP European History • Can take AP test at the end of the school year. Cost is $94 (17-18 cost) • Gain college credit with score of 3, 4, or 5. • Contract signed, cannot drop class unless you have an F at semester.

  10. College Courses at PHS • The following courses are courses you can receive college credit for from KCKCC. Current cost is $87/credit hour. • Comp. 1 (3 hrs) • Comp. 2 (3 hrs.) • College Algebra (3 hrs.) • Pre-Calculus (5 hrs.) • College Psychology (3 hrs.) • College Sociology (3 hrs.) • Public Speaking (3 hrs.)

  11. College Courses KCKCC • Courses must have at least 10 students enrolled in order to be offered. • Instructors come to Piper High School. • You will have to enroll at the college and take a placement exam and pass it in order to be eligible to take a college course.

  12. PHS Schedule Change Policy: What you need to know… - pg. 7 • You need to take this step of the process very seriously. The course change policy will be strictly enforced. Remember…If you COMMIT to a course and you are CAPABLE, you will be expected to COMPLETE the course. This includes year long courses. • You will not be allowed to drop any course that is listed on your course request sheet.

  13. PHS Schedule Change Policy • The student needs to enroll in a required class. • The student is enrolled in a class for which he/she has already received credit. • The student has not met the prerequisite for the class. • The student has an incomplete schedule. • A teacher recommends the student advance to a higher level course or that the student moves out of the course due to failure of 1st semester. IF YOU WANT A SCHEDULE CHANGE TO REQUEST A SPECIFIC TEACHER, IT WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

  14. What happens next? • Fill out your enrollment sheet. Choose classes that YOU are interested in. • Have your parent/guardian sign your enrollment sheet. • Discuss your course choices with your parent/guardian. • On February 12 & 13 counselors will come to your English class to enroll you. You MUST have your enrollment form completed and signed in order to enroll.