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Forecasting for Sophomores Class of 2016. Transcripts. Do not detach your transcript from your forecasting form, as your teachers and counselors need to refer to this Grad Requirements: Credit Summary Work in Progress (WIP)

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transcripts
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  • Do not detach your transcript from your forecasting form, as your teachers and counselors need to refer to this
  • Grad Requirements: Credit Summary
    • Work in Progress (WIP)
    • Do not sign up for a course you are in this semester, or you have already passed
  • Grad Requirements Test History: Essential Skills

-Reading 236, Writing 40, Math 236

  • Extended Application
procedures forecasting
Procedures:Forecasting
  • Put career choice on back part of form
  • Select classes totaling 7 credits (this does not include Access Tutorial)
  • Choose 5 alternate electives
  • Course selections decide schedule and hiring
  • Schedule changes will only be considered for inappropriate class placement
language arts
Language Arts
  • 4 credits required for high school graduation
  • Choose Lit & Comp 10 or Advanced American Lit.
    • You may choose to sign up for Adv. Amer. Lit. even if you did not take Adv. World Lit.
  • Colleges require: - College Prep Language Arts - Grades of C or better
  • Language Arts Electives (not LA credit):
    • Newspaper / Yearbook
social science
Social Science
  • 3 credits required for high school graduation
  • 10th grade options (not required)
    • AP European History
    • AP Comparative Government
    • Psychology (elective credit)
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Math
  • 3 credits required for high school graduation
  • 4 credits recommended for all students, especially those considering a math or science related career
  • Algebra Placement Test for current freshmen
  • Colleges only accept grades of C or better.
  • Success Seminar II will be added to your schedule if necessary (elective credit only)
science
Science
  • 3 credits required for high school graduation
  • Minimum of 4 credits recommended for students considering a math or science related career
  • It is recommended that you complete:
    • 9th: Physics
    • 10th: Chemistry or STEM Chemistry (may consider taking AP Environmental Science in addition)
    • 11th: Biology or AP Biology
  • Advanced students:
    • 9th: STEM Chem
    • 10th: AP Biology
    • 11th; AP Physics
    • 12th: AP Chemistry
pe health
PE/Health
  • 1 credit of Health required for high school graduation
    • Most sophomores will take Health 2
  • 1 credit of PE required for high school graduation
    • Most sophomores will take PE2 (Aerobics, Team Sports, Strength Training & Conditioning)
  • Participation in sports or band will not satisfy PE/Health requirement
world language
World Language
  • Colleges require: - at least 2 credits of the same Foreign Language

- Grades of C or better

  • Languages offered: French / German / Japanese / Spanish
  • Native Spanish speakers also have option of:

- Spanish Literacy

- Spanish Lit & Comp

- AP Spanish

electives
Electives
  • Fill in your schedule with electives that interest you
  • Add up your credits where you have placed a check mark, and subtract from 7 to find out how many electives you need
  • Choose five alternate classes

(rank them 1-5)

bsd partial day options
BSD Partial Day Options
  • Auto Mechanics (year-long, 1.5 credits)
    • Application required
    • Placement test required
      • Wed, March 19, 7pm, AHS Auto Classroom
      • Thu, March 20, 7pm, AHS Auto Classroom
  • Health Careers (year-long, 1.0 credits)
    • Concurrent enrollment of Human Anatomy/Physiology required
    • Application & Orientation night required
      • Wed, April 3 at Westview, 7-8:30pm in Auditorium
      • Thu, April 4 at Beaverton, 7-8:30pm in Auditorium
  • Field Biology & Sustainable Foods (year-long, 2.0 credits)
    • Application required
    • 1.0 Biology credit, 1.0 Applied Arts credit
sophomore year college planning
Sophomore Year College Planning
  • Start researching scholarships!
    • AHS College & Career Center Facebook Page
    • AHS Scholarship website
  • Visit colleges!
    • Budget Reduction Days
    • Spring Break
    • Summer Break
timeline
Timeline
  • Teachers will address course recommendations in classes this week
  • Forms will be collected in the Commons on March 4 & 6

(Mon/Wed) during Access Tutorial