Newbury Park High School Counseling Department Presents…

Report
Newbury Park High School
Counseling Department
Presents…
Your Four Year Path
& Beyond!
Where Do I Begin?
• Course and credit requirements
• High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE)
• Admission requirements for college
– CSU/UC, Independent &Community Colleges
• Preparation for additional training and an
occupation
-Majors Program -R.O.P
-D.A.T.A.
-Work Experience
-Moorpark College Classes
Graduation Requirements
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230 total credits required for graduation
4 terms of English
3 terms of Math
2 terms of Science ( 1 Physical, 1 Biological )
1 term of each: World History & U.S. History
1 subterm of each: U.S.Government and Economics
1 term of Visual/Perf. Arts or Foreign Lang.
1 subterm of Health
2 terms of Physical Education
Electives
Graduation Requirements
Sample Schedule: Grade 9
Term 1
2. English 9
3. Health & Careers/Geog.
4. Earth Science
Please Note: You may also take
Period One academic classes.
Term 2
2. Math
3. Elective
4. Physical Education
Graduation Requirements
Sample Schedule: Grade 10
Term 1
English 10
PE or Second Elective
Elective
Term 2
Math
Biology
World History
Graduation Requirements
Sample Schedule: Grade 11
Term 1
Math
U.S. History
Elective
Term 2
English 11
Elective
Elective
Graduation Requirements
Sample Schedule: Grade 12
Term 1
English 12
U.S. Govt./Economics
Elective
You must take 50 credits senior year
Term 2
Visual/Performing Arts
Elective
Elective
The High School Exit Exam
• California State Law: All students must pass the
CAHSEE in order to receive a diploma
• Two Parts: 1) Language Arts
2) Mathematics
Taken twice a year until a student passes both
parts!
You must also complete an algebra course.
College Information
Sophomore Year
Junior Year
PSAT – October
The SAT Subject Tests
Sophomore Counseling
PSAT - October
SAT, ACT, SAT Subject
College Preparation
Seminars
College Visits!
Senior Year
SAT, ACT
College Applications Due in the Fall
College Workshops in October
Financial Aid Seminar – January
College Information Night
College Requirements
English – 4 terms
Math – 3 terms ( 4 recommended )
Lab Sciences – 2 terms ( 3 recommended ) Biology, Chemistry,
Physics.
History/Social Science – 2 terms
Foreign Language – 2 terms of same language
( 3-4 recommended )
Visual/Performing Arts – 1 term
Electives – 1 term
*All courses must be CP level or higher to satisfy College
Requirements; marks must be C or higher.
College Bound Student
Sample Schedule: Grade 9
Term 1
English 9 CP
Earth Science CP
Health/Career
Prep/Geography
Term 2
Algebra 1CP/Geometry CP
Foreign Language 1 CP
PE 9
College Bound Student
Sample Schedule: Grade 10
Term 1
English 10 CP
Language 2 CP
Biology CP
Term 2
Geometry CP/Algebra 2CP
PE 10-12 or VPA
World History CP
College Bound Student
Sample Schedule: Grade 11
Term 1
English 11 CP
Language 3 CP
Chemistry CP
Term 2
Algebra 2 CP/Functions,
Trig. & Stats CP/Math
Analysis CP
Visual/Performing Art or
College Prep Elective
U.S. History CP
College Bound Student
Sample Schedule: Grade 12
Term 1
English 12 CP
Language 4 AP
U.S.Government/
Economics CP
Term 2
Math Analysis CP/Statistics
AP/Discrete Math /
Calculus AP
Physics (recommended)
Elective CP
HIGH SCHOOL HONORS
PROGRAM
• ENTRANCE FROM THE EIGHTH GRADE
• MAINTAIN YOUR STATUS!
• HOW TO PETITION FOR HONORS CLASSES
ADVANCED PLACEMENT
What is it?
How does it work?
What are the costs?
When do I take the exams?
How do I earn college credit?
Where can I find more information?
www.collegeboard.com
International Baccalaureate
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What is it?
How does it work?
What are the costs?
When are the exams?
College credit?
More information
– www.ibo.org
TYPICAL FRESHMAN
HONORS PROGRAM
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English 9H
Geometry H
Chemistry H
Foreign Language Level I or Level II
Health and Career Choices/Geography
Physical Education
THE SOPHOMORE
YEAR
English 10H
European History AP
Algebra 2H
Biology H
Foreign Language II OR III
Physical Education or Elective
JUNIOR YEAR
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English 11H/IB
Math Analysis H
Physics H or AP
U.S. History AP
Foreign Language III or IV(AP or IB)
U.S. Govt. AP/Economics H
Theory of Knowledge (Full Diploma IB
only)
YOU’RE A SENIOR!
• English 12 AP/IB
• Calculus AP, Math Studies IB, or Statistics AP
• Chemistry AP/IB or Biology /AP/IB
• Twentieth Century Themes IB or
• U.S. Govt. AP/ Economics H
• Foreign Language IV(AP/IB) or V(AP/IB)
• Elective
• Theory of Knowledge (Full Diploma IB only)
Preparing For An Occupation
And Special Training In
High School Courses
Special Programs and Resources
Majors Program
D.A.T.A.
College & Career Center
R.O.P.
Work Experience
Moorpark College
Classes
NPHS Counseling Department
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Mr. Intlekofer
[email protected]
E-Ko
Mr. Severns
Kr-Ph
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[email protected]
Ms. Lopez (and 504 Plans)
[email protected]
Ms. Villavicencio (and ELL)
[email protected]
Mrs. Swavely (and IEP’s)
[email protected]
Important Links!
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www.nphs.org
www.californiacolleges.edu
www.collegeview.com
www.universityofcalifornia.edu
www.csumentor.edu
www.collegeboard.edu
www.act.org
• This presentation and a wealth of
information can be found on our website at
• www.nphs.org
• THANKS FOR COMING THIS EVENING
• GO, PANTHERS!!!

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