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BRUNSWICK HIGH SCHOOL. SCHEDULING 2014-2015 SCHOOL YEAR. Registration Guide. The Registration Guide is available on-line at: www.bcsoh.org Click on: School High School Guidance Registration Guide 2014-2015. SCHEDULING.

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BRUNSWICK HIGH SCHOOL

SCHEDULING 2014-2015

SCHOOL YEAR

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Registration Guide

The Registration Guide

is available on-line at:

www.bcsoh.org

Click on: School

High School

Guidance

Registration Guide 2014-2015

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SCHEDULING

DO NOT put a request in to see your counselor at this time.

Counselors will meet with students individually during the week of February 3rd through the Social Studies Class

.

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Graduation Requirements

Language Arts 4 ½ units

Mathematics 4 units

Science 3 units

Social Studies 3 units

Health ½ unit

Physical Education ½ unit

Electives 5 ½ units

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STUDENTFOUR YEAR PLAN

2014-Beyond Four Year Plan

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CLASS STANDING

AND PROMOTION

Sophomore 10th grade 5 credits or units

Junior 11th grade 10 credits or units

Senior 12th grade 15 credits or units

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COLLEGE PREPARATORY PROGRAM

4 units of Language Arts

3 units of Mathematics/Algebra I, II, Geometry

3 units of Science/Must include 2 units from among Biology, Chemistry, Physics

3 units of Social Studies/including 2 units of History and ½ of Government

3 units of World (Foreign) Language

1 unit of Fine Arts

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FINE ARTS CREDIT
  • Art Department: Any Art class
  • English Department: Acting
  • Film Literacy
  • Mass Media Introduction to Theatre
  • Music Department: Any Choir, Band, Orchestra Music Appreciation, Music Theory History
visiting with college representatives
Visiting with College Representatives
  • JUNIORS will have the opportunity to meet with college representatives that visit Brunswick H.S. to learn more about what individual schools have to offer.
  • More information will be given at the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year.
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OHIO GRADUATION TESTS

(OGT)

Students

MUST pass the

Ohio Graduation Test

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HONORS DIPLOMA CRITERIA(Must Meet Seven of the Eight)
  • Four units of English
  • Four units of Mathematics at least Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry and another higher level course or a four-year sequence of courses that contain equivalent content
  • Four units of Science including Physics and Chemistry
  • Four units of Social Studies
  • Three units of one World (Foreign) Language or two units each of two
  • World (Foreign) Languages
  • One unit Fine Arts
  • Maintain a cumulative GPA of a 3.5 on an unweighted grading scale
  • Obtain a composite score of 27 on the ACT or an equivalent composite score on the 1210 SAT
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PUPIL LOAD

Minimum pupil load is

classes per semester

not including summer school

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ACADEMIC ELIGIBILITYATHLETIC/CO-CURRICULAR/EXTRA-CURRICULAR

Students must have received passing grades

in a minimum of five one-credit courses or the equivalent.

Ninth grade students must maintain a GPA of a 1.8

Tenth-twelfth grades must maintain a GPA of a 2.0

All requirements must be made in

the grading period immediately preceding

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NATIONAL

COLLEGE

ATHLETIC

ASSOCIATION

www.eligibilitycenter.org

College-bound student athletes must register

with the NCAA if hoping to play sports

at a Division I or Division II school

Registering can be done on-line.

www.eligibilitycenter.org

Transcripts are required

to complete application

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Any student interested in the MCCC should:

Turn in MCCC application to Guidance Office

Circle 969 on their Course Selection Sheet

Do NOT select BHS courses

Turn in Course Selection Sheet to Language Arts Teacher

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POST-SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS

Any student interested in the PSEO Program must circle 000008 on their Course Selection Sheet.

Students must also attend a MANDATORY meeting with their parents on:

February 20, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.

in the Performing Arts Center.

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SUMMER SCHOOL

DATES

FIRST SESSION

June 4th– June 20th

SECOND SESSION

June 23rd– July 11th

( no class on July 3rd & 4th)

Summer school meets from

7:45 a.m. – 12:25 p.m.

Summer School

Registrations will

be available

no later than

Mid-March

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION EXEMPTION

There is a policy that permits students to be exempt from PE

if they participate in a sport, cheerleading, dance,

or marching band.

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION EXEMPTION

Students cannot do a combination of PE exemption

and

physical education course.

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EARLY GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

Students interested in early graduation must apply in writing to the principal and counselor one year prior to the graduation date.

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DROPPING A SUBJECT

A student may withdraw from a course within the first two weeks without penalty, providing the student’s course load does not fall below five credits for that year.

If a course is dropped after the first two weeks, a grade of a “F” will be recorded.

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SCHEDULE CHANGE POLICY

Schedule changes may be considered for the following reasons:

Change necessitated by physical health of a student

Completion of course in Summer School

Changes necessitated by failures

Mechanical error changes

Subject-level changes

Classroom balancing

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ADVANCED PLACEMENT

HONORS COURSES

Check the registration policy

for each subject with your current teachers.

Language Arts - Signature on Course Selection Form

Math – Signature on Course Selection Form

Science - Signature on Course Selection Form

Social Studies – Signature on Course Selection Form

AP Courses – Exam Required. Fee for Exam.

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DEADLINES

Complete the Online Registration.

Course Selection Sheets are due in:

February – bring with you when meeting

with the counselor.

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