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Class IV Assembly February 3, 2014 R6. Ms. Elizabeth McCoy Assistant Head Master. Class IV Students. All must choose either World History 2 or AP World History Students may elect Latin Prose instead of Latin 4 All students must choose a science elective – Chemistry or Physics

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Class IV Assembly

February 3, 2014

R6

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Ms. Elizabeth McCoy

Assistant Head Master

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Class IV Students

  • All must choose either World History 2 or AP World History
  • Students may elect Latin Prose instead of Latin 4
  • All students must choose a science elective – Chemistry or Physics
  • For strong math students, Advanced Geometry is also an option
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Mr. Thomas Kennelly

Community Service &

A.P. Coordinator

Program Director

History

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COMMUNITY SERVICE POLICY

  • Each student is required to complete a minimum of 100 hours of verified community service in order to graduate.
  • 50 of these must be completed in school and 50 must be completed outside of school.
  • Any student in grades 8-12 is eligible to count hours toward the graduation requirement Verification forms available in guidance and from Mr. Kennelly (outside service requires a letter). Refer to community service overview posted in Homerooms.
  • See Mr. Kennelly in room 253 or email tkennelly@bostonpublicschools.org with any questions or concerns.
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ADVANCED PLACEMENT

  • AP exams May 5 – May 16
  • -info available at www.collegeboard.com
  • -Exams administered at BLS and MCPHS
  • -BLS testing schedule will be posted and distributed in April
  • Exam registration will continue until Feb. 28th
  • -registration at www.bls.org or on SIS
  • Exam Fees (checks to Mr. Kennelly in 253)
  • -Exam fee is $97 per exam and $10 for those eligible for a fee waiver/reduction
  • Questions
  • -talk to your AP teacher or Mr. Kennelly.
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Profile of a Successful AP Student
  • Motivated to work (1+ hours per night on homework—reading, note-taking, study)
  • Good attendance and attention in class
  • Scored 150+ on PSAT
  • Grades of B or better in current courses you are taking in the same department
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Class III History options

World History 2

or

A.P. World History

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Ms. Sheri Hausey

Teacher Leader

Classics

classics
Class III options

Latin 4

Latin Prose

Latin 2 (9B students)

Classics
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Ms. Kathleen Bateman

Program Director

Mathematics and Science

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Class III - Science

Physics or Chemistry

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Class I and II Science Electives

Biology II (prerequisite: Chemistry 1)

AP Biology (prerequisite: Chemistry 1)

Chemistry I

AP Chemistry (prerequisite: Chemistry 1)

Environmental Science

AP Environmental Science

Physics I

AP Physics C: Mechanical (prerequisite: Physics I)

AP Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism (prerequisite: Physics I)

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Class III Math Options

Geometry

Advanced Geometry

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Mr. Jim Montague

Program Director

Guidance & Support Services

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college admission criteria

Special talents andskills

Application questions / essays Grade point average Personal interview Activities outside the classroom Intended major Admission test results

Grades

Courses taken Teacher recommendation

Counselor recommendation

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Class I

Class II

Class III

Class IV

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Class IV

Class III

Class II

Class I

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Class I

Class II

Class III

Class IV

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Class IV

Class III

Class II

Class I

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Meet with your Guidance Counselor as

early as possible.

Choose courses with an eye to college

admission requirements……

  • 3 years of science for all and
  • 4 or more for others.
  • Make your final high school
  • years your best.
  • Take on challenges that are
  • reasonable – don’t overdo it.
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Maintaining good health, both emotional

and physical, is critical.

  • Stress management is important.
  • Getting adequate sleep is too.
  • Effective time management is
  • a skill that must be developed.
  • If you need help, see your
  • Guidance Counselor.
reminders
reminders
  • Pay attention to the Daily Bulletin.
  • Ask questions at any time.
  • Visit the website (www.bls.org).g
  • Keep an eye on your attendance and tardiness.
  • Avoid discipline problems.