Senior Enrollment for the year 2015-2016

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Counselors
Student’s Last Name A-C
Carie Allen
Student’s Last Name D-Hi
Cara Combs
Student’s Last Name Ho-Mi
Annette Charboneau
Student’s Last Name Mo-Sh
Alicia Spain
Student’s Last Name Si-Z
Jason Limke
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
Must pass all 14 standards
Elective Courses
10
Total Credits
26
Subject
Number of Credits (or Units)
English
4
Math
3
Science
3
History
3
Personal Financial Literacy
Must pass all 14 standards
Elective Course
13
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!
Create a Plan.
Answer question.
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.
Determine core classes &
elective classes for next year
All Course Descriptions are
on the MHS Website!
Go To Counselor’s Page
Language Arts
History
Science
Math
List elective classes
by order of
importance:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Theatre
Spanish II
Art
Woodworking
Archery &
Fishing
Sewing I
Sewing II
Choose all
electives
wisely!
If not enough electives selected
your counselor will pick for you
Dance-semester
Experiencing Music-semester
Newspaper
Housing & Interior Design II
FACS Capstone
STEM CoursesAlgebra 2 for Engineers *Math & Science credit
Research Science & Statistics
Intro to Robotics
Canadian Valley Technology Center
Deadline was Jan. 23 see counselor asap!
Concurrent Enrollment
Service Learning
Office/Teacher Aides
Professional Internship
CVTC interviews Feb.10 & 11.
Mark the classes you wish to
drop if you enroll in CVTC.
We will make the changes
when we get the final list from
CVTC.
Students notified by letter after
spring break.
Visit with your counselor to learn more about these options
Canadian Valley Technology Center- ½ Day at CVTC
Business Management- Students earn work study credits
and have afternoon to go to job. Marketing Fundamentals
Jr yr is pre-req or teacher approval
Service Learning- Students work at elementary school
sites
Professional Internship- Students complete internship in
area of future career interest.
Concurrent Classes- Students take college classes, tuition is
free!! Flexible Schedule, ACT score of 19
concurrent options
Must have qualifying ACT score of 19-Composite &
Subject Area
Dual Credit= High School & College Credit
English Comp. 1 & 2- Students may enroll and must earn credit in college
English Comp. 1 & 2 to replace English 4
Government- Students may enroll and must earn credit in college American
Government to replace high school government requirement.
College Algebra- Students may enroll and must earn credit in College Algebra
to replace needed high school math requirement.
Please see your counselor for more details
and to make a plan!
Pros
• Head start on college classes.
• Earning high school credit & college credit.
• Flexible Schedule- Choose from morning, afternoon, night or online
college classes.
• Tuition waivers for seniors- Student must pay for fees & books.
Cons
• Failure to earn credit in concurrent classes can keep you from
graduating.
• Better to take AP classes than concurrent in some cases- for example
Engineering majors.
Test Date
Test Date
Registration Deadline
(Late Fee Required)
September 13, 2014
August 8, 2014
August 9–22, 2014
October 25, 2014
September 19, 2014
September 20–October
3, 2014
December 13, 2014
November 7, 2014
November 8–21, 2014
February 7, 2015*
January 9, 2015
January 10–16, 2015
April 18, 2015
March 13, 2015
March 14–27, 2015
June 13, 2015
May 8, 2015
May 9–22, 2015
The ACT is accepted by all 4-year colleges and universities in the
United States.
The ACT multiple-choice tests are based on what you're learning.
There are many ways to prepare for the ACT.
The ACT helps you plan for your future.
The ACT helps colleges find you.
Your ACT score is based only on what you know.
You choose which scores you send to colleges.
Optional Writing Test.
Mrs. Bowman’s Math Review
ACT website www.actstudent.org FREE
 www.March2Success.com FREE
Do your research!!
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.
Schedule Changes
Deadline for changes is May 1, 2015
Add/Drop Slip will need to be
filled out and turned into
counselor
.
Friday, February 13th
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