Los Osos High School. School Counseling Program Student Seminar & Parent Night Results . Presented by: Kelly Shaw and Susan Forbes. Standard B
School Counseling Program
Student Seminar &
Parent Night Results
B1.5 Organize and apply academic information from a variety of sources
B1.7 Become a self-directed and independent learner
B2.1 Establish challenging academic goals
B2.6 Understand the relationship between classroom performance and success in school
understand how to read their own transcripts
identify A-G courses
know graduation and college requirements
They will be more likely to:
develop four year plans that meet their individual needs
take ownership in their education and their future
enroll in the right courses
graduate college eligible
Students believe that is important to met the A-G requirements to be eligible for college admission.
Percentage of Students who knew the Number of Credits needed to Graduate from High School
Increase of 54%
Percent of students who know the A-G College Requirements.
Increase of 204%
Percent of students who met the A-G requirements and are CSU/UC eligible.
Increase of 5%
Students Know: The Early Assessment Tests are given during the 11th grade STAR testing.
Increase of 119% of students that knew the benefits of the EAP Test
If juniors score well on the EAP Test, they can qualify for freshman English and Math in college. They can waive their college assessment tests.
Students could read a transcript to determine if they were on target to graduate.
High School Graduation Requirements
A-G requirements (UC/CSU req.)
Post-High School Options
College Entrance Exams
We are looking to improve the following data:
Achievement Related Data
Our goal is to continue to increase over time
Our goal is to continue to increase this over time
We Exist to Effect Change in Students:Acquire (ASK)ImproveAttitude AttendanceSkills BehaviorKnowledge Academic Achievement
The School Counseling Program is contributing in a meaningful and positive way to the academic development of students .
Thank you for your support of the school counseling Program!