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Class of 2016 – Junior Year

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  1. Class of 2016 – Junior Year Forecasting for your Junior Year at

  2. Academic History • Transcript • Graduation Reqs. (Fam Access/Career Cr.) • Requirements • High School Graduation • College Entrance • Forecasting • Course Catalog • Selecting Classes and alternates Outline

  3. Total Credits – Left column • GPA – Bottom Right Column • Check for accuracy • Look at it from a college admissions perspective . . . • Should you be taking harder classes? • Should you lighten your load a little to improve your performance? Transcript

  4. 4.0 English • 3.0 Math (through 3A/3B or approved alternative) • 3.0 Social Studies (WA St 7th grade, Wrld Hist, US Hist, CWI) • 2.0 Science (Phys. Science & Biology) • 1.5 PE & .5 Health • 1.0 Fine Arts • 1.0 Occ Ed/CCTE (College,Career &Technical Ed) • 6.5 Electives • = 22.5 (MINIMUM FOR GRADUATION) • HSPE/EOC Testing • Reading, Writing, Math 1 or Math 2, and Biology • Culminating Project • High School and Beyond Plan • Online Course (Health, Dig Photo, Web Des) Graduation Requirements

  5. HS Grad vs. College Admission

  6. 3 CADRs per year – including senior year • College admissions test score • SAT – reasoning test Plus SAT Subject tests for selective universities • ACT Additional college entrance reqs.

  7. 1.0 Junior English or: • AP Lang • 1.0 U.S. History or: • AP U.S. History • 1.0 Math – Next level • Other reqs you need to complete • World Lang? • Science? • Recommend minimum of 4 academics Junior Year

  8. Advanced Placement • Rigorous college courses taught at UHS • Good work ethic, motivation and study skills to be successful • Running Start • College courses taught at Clark College. • Must take college placement test to qualify at Clark • Applications and testing are currently open • Skills Center • ½ at Union & ½ at Skill Center • Vocational/Career based programs • Tour on Mon, 2/10– permission slips in 100 bldg • Must submit application – Due March 7th Programs Available To Juniors

  9. Located on District Public website • Course Descriptions • Graduation Requirements • Prerequisites for classes • Length of courses Course Catalog

  10. Log on to Career Cruising • Enter your passwords • Go to Portfolio • Click on Course Planner • Click on Courses for your Junior Year • Make sure you have 6.0 Credits • 4 Alternates (classes you’re willing to take if your 1st choices are not available) Career Cruising

  11. Forecasting DUE: Friday, 2/21 • Finish Strong your Sophomore Year!! • Start researching colleges • Take the PSAT (nation merit) next October To Do

  12. Questions?