Transcript and Credit Check - North Thurston Public Schools

Report
2013-2014 School Year
 Students, check
your transcript carefully for
errors. Examples are:
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Missing summer school class
Wrong credit assigned to a course
Credit Totals
Grades
**Make corrections on transcript and give to your
Advisor
***ADVISORS: return transcripts to the Counseling
Center
• I = International Baccalaureate: We do not offer IB classes
• C = College in the High School: THS offers one Spanish class that can
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be taken for credit from the University of Washington
T = Tech Prep: THS offers several of these courses
H = Honors (ex. Freshman Language Studies, World Studies, Biology)
A = Advanced Placement ( ex. AP World History, AP Eng. Language)
R = Running Start: courses taken at a college
B = CADR/HECB Core: courses approved by the Washington Higher
Education Board for enrollment in any public 4-year college/university
in the state of Washington
K = Cambridge Program: not applicable to THS
Please NOTE: These are standardized codes used by all high schools in
the State of Washington
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Courses taken
Grade Point Average (GPA)
State Testing Standards (met/not met)
High School and Beyond Plan (met/not met)
Culminating Project (met/not met)
Washington State History Requirement (met/not met)
TIMBERLINE HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT CHECK LIST – Class of 2015 and beyond
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Students must meet standard on the HSPE reading, writing (or state approved alternative)
Pass End of Course Assessments in Algebra, Geometry and biology (or state approved alternative)
Complete a High School and Beyond Plan (HSBP) and Senior Project
Meet District credit requirements
4-year college/university admission requires additional credits – see course catalog
Student: ___________________________ Class of: ________ Post High School Goal: _______________
TIMBERLINE HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT REQUIREMENTS (based on opportunity to earn 24 credits*; additional credits required if student is able to earn more than 24 credits.)

English (3.0)
Mathematics**(3.0)
**must include algebra and geometry; 3rd year needs to be Algebra II or CTE (if fits career plan specified in HSBP) 

Science (2.0)

World Studies I, II, & III (1.5)

US History (1.0)

Civics/Government (0.5)

Fitness (1.5)

Health (0.5)
Career & Technical Education (1.0)
Fine, Visual & Performing Arts (1.0)

Electives (7.0)
WA State History/Government
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Reading HSPE_____Writing HSPE_____Algebra EOC ____Geometry EOC_____Biology EOC_____

Culminating Project _____
High School and Beyond Plan (HSBP) _____
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Advisors, please hand out the
Credit Matrix now
 What
is Cross Crediting?
 Pages
14-15 of the Timberline Course
Catalog shows what credit each class
counts toward
 Using
your transcript, check the boxes for
classes you passed
 EACH BOX = 0.5 Semester Credit
 Please note: if a class counts in more than one
area, you can ONLY use it once.
 If you have completed one subject area, any
extra course in that area can be placed in the
Electives boxes

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