HORTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE PRESENTS:

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HORTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
COUNSELING OFFICE
PRESENTS:
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR
THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 2018
(CURRENT 8th GRADE STUDENTS)
AND THEIR PARENTS
HHS SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE
Counselors
A - G: Mary Lynn Hermus
H - O: Marcia Piette
P - Z: Julie Castagna
Secretary: Sally Ebben
Registrar: Julie Patri
Phone: 779-7934
E-Mail: @hasd.org
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Art – Gail Draeger
Band - Breanna Wozniczka
Business - Amber Laska
English – Kristi Compton and Social Studies – Anne Brahe
Family Consumer Science - Stephanie Halverson
Manufacturing/Engineering/Technology - Jeff LeBeck
Math – Kevin McElrath
Physical Education - Robert Weix
Science - Ben Schmidt
World Languages – Janet Rowe
HHS EVENING COUNSELING AVAILABLE
• 2nd Monday – Julie Castagna and Marcia Piette
• 3rd Monday – Parent Programs
• 4th Monday – Mary Lynn Hermus
Evening hours are from 4:00 - 8:00 p.m.
**PLEASE CALL TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT**
779-7934
HHS PARENT NIGHTS
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September – Senior Parent Night
October – Freshman Parent Night
November – Junior Parent Night
January - Financial Aid Parent Night
January – 8th Grade Parent Night
April – Sophomore Parent Night
May – Senior Awards Night
GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS 2018
Algebra
REQUIRED COURSES FOR
FRESHMAN YEAR
ENGLISH
 English 9
 English 9 Honors (requires
teacher recommendation)
SOCIAL STUDIES
 Global Studies and Civics
OPTION: Integrated English 9/Global Studies OR
Integrated English 9 Honors/Global Studies
MATH (based on test scores and teacher recommendation)
Algebra
Geometry
Algebra
Honors
Geometry
Advanced
Algebra
Honors
Advanced
Algebra
PreCalculus
Business Calculus OR
AP/CAPP Calculus
Honors PreCalculus
Business Calculus
OR
AP/CAPP Calculus
*College Technical Math I is available for transcripted credit
through Fox Valley Tech College for seniors only
SCIENCE
 Integrated Science
 Honors Biology (requires teacher
recommendation)
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
 P.E. I or Weight Training I
COMPUTER LITERACY
 Computer Applications
 Office for the 21st Century (requires teacher
recommendation)
OCCUPATIONS
2 credits required from any of the following areas:
 Art
 Business / Computers / Marketing
 Family and Consumer Science
 Manufacturing and Engineering Technology
 Math
 Science
FINE ARTS OR WORLD LANGUAGES
 Band
 Choir
 Art
 Spanish
 German
NOTE: 1 credit required to graduate.
Does not need to be taken freshman year
ELECTIVES
 Courses over and above the required courses
 Check Course Description Book for courses
that sound interesting to you
 Be careful of the pre-requisites
explained in the course
descriptions
 Watch for additional fees
found in the course
descriptions
YEAR LONG ELECTIVES
• Beginning, Developing, Advanced Developing
Spanish
• Beginning or Developing German
• Art I
• Freshman Band
• Freshman Choir
• Introduction to Technology
• Intro. To Engineering Design (PLTW)
• Cisco Networking (prerequisite: Geometry B)
FIRST SEMESTER ELECTIVES
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Keyboarding
Information Processing
Introduction to Business
FCS Quest
Foods and Nutrition
Linking Generations
SECOND SEMESTER ELECTIVES
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Keyboarding
Information Processing
Introduction to Business
FCS Quest
Design
Foods and Nutrition
Multi-Media Web Design*
Microsoft Information Management*
*Prerequisite: Computer Applications
OR Office for the 21st Century
COURSE DESCRIPTION BOOKS
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Art Metals I (5009) is an opportunity for students to work with copper,
brass, and silver. Students will work mainly with flat sheets of ………
 Art I
(.5 credit)
Fall Semester
Fee - $15.00
10, 11, 12
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Course Title
Course Number
Description
Pre-Requisites
Credit Value
Semester the Class Meets
Cost for Materials
Grade Levels Allowed to Take
REGISTRATION FOR 2014-2015
• Registration on-line and on your own
• Deadline to register on-line: February 14, 2014
• Deadline to turn registration form to counselor:
Feb. 4th (HMS)
Feb. 7th (GMS)
• Check Course Description Book when selecting
courses
• Be prepared – have your form completed
• Signed by you and parent/guardian
• Be sure to select alternate courses
• Make selections carefully – changes are VERY difficult
EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
To find a list of athletics and
extra-curricular activities:
 www.hasd.org
 Click on “Schools”
 Click on Hortonville High School
 Look at the left side column
Click on “Athletics”
Click on “Activities and Clubs”
THANK YOU FOR COMING !
WELCOME TO
HORTONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL!

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