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“Empowering today to achieve a better tomorrow”
Subject
Number of Credits (or Units)
English
4
Math
3
Science
3
History
3
Computer Tech. or Foreign Language 2
Additional Unit from course selected
above
1
Personal Financial Literacy
.5 (semester class)
Humanities or Fine Arts
.5 (semester class) or 2 credits of
fine arts i.e.. Band, art, music or
drama
Elective Courses
Total Credits = 26
Subject
Number of Credits (or Units)
English
4
Math
3
Science
3
History
3
Personal Financial Literacy
.5 (semester class)
Humanities or Fine Arts
.5 (semester class) or 2 credits of
fine arts i.e.. Band, art, music or
drama
Elective Courses
Total Credits= 26
In order to meet graduation requirements every student
must pass 4 of 7 EOI Tests.
All students Must Pass:
English 2 and Algebra 1
Any 2 of the following:
Biology, Geometry, US History, English 3 or Algebra 2
Attendance on Test Days is Very Important!
VALEDICTORIAN
4.0 GPA, weighted
7 Semester Transcript
B minimum grade
SALUTATORIAN
3.97 GPA, weighted
7 Semester Transcript
B minimum grade
Students in the sophomore, junior or senior classes who
have attained a cumulative grade point average of 3.8 or
higher are academically eligible to apply for membership.
NHS Advisor: Tom Garner
List of Programs:
Stands for American College Testing
•More common in Oklahoma than the SAT
•Composed of four sections:
 English skills
 math skills
 reading comprehension skills
 science reasoning skills
 writing (optional)
•Scores range from 1 to 36
•National average score 21.1
•Register online at www.ACTstudent.org
PLAN Test Day
What is the PLAN Test?- Practice ACT, made by ACT
company with a career interest assessment included in
the test. Go to:
www.actstudent.org
Okcollegestart.org
 OKcollegestart.org includes the following features:
 Explore Colleges and Careers
 Discover the colleges and universities in the state.
 Determine the careers that best match your skills and interests.
 Match schools with your career interests.
 Plan and Pay for College
 See which high school classes are needed to meet admission
requirements.
 Learn about ways to pay for college.
 Apply online for Oklahoma's Promise — OHLAP.
 Create a personal portfolio to track your college planning.
 Apply to College
 Gather information about the admission requirements at all
Oklahoma colleges and universities.
 Apply online to most of the colleges and universities in Oklahoma.
Scholarship
www.okpromise.org
NCAA Clearinghouse
Any student that is going to participate in a
college athletic program under the guidance of
the National Collegiate Athletic Association
(NCAA) is responsible to register with NCAA
(www.ncaa.org) and complete all high school
coursework needed to satisfy the NCAA’s
requirements. All questions should be directed
to the head coach of the related sport and/or
the site athletic director.
Clubs & Organizations
FFA
Students Assisting Students Art
Drama
Student Council/ Leadership
French
Spanish
JROTC
BPA
SADD
Video DECA
FCCLA
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
NHS
Academic Team
Key
Robotics
Eco
Hip-Hop

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