Registration 2015-2016 Workforce/2-Year College Track English (4) • • • • English I English II English III English IV Social Studies (4) • World History • Civics & Economics • American History I & II Math (4) • • • • Math I Math II Math III Any 4th Math Other Requirements (3) • Microsoft Word & PowerPoint or Microsoft Excel & Access • Personal Finance • Fine Art Science (3) • Earth Science • Biology • Physical Science Electives (10) • 28 Credits are required to graduate. 4-Year University Track English (4) • • • • English I English II English III English IV Social Studies (4) • World History • Civics & Economics • American History I & II Math (4) • • • • Math I Math II Math III Advanced 4th Math Other Requirements (3) • Microsoft Word & PowerPoint or Microsoft Excel & Access • Personal Finance • Fine Art Science (3) • Earth Science • Biology • Physical Science Foreign Language (2) • Spanish I & II • Chinese I & II English Sequencing English I (9th Grade) English I A/B Academic Honors English II (10th Grade) Academic Honors English III (11th Grade) Academic Honors English IV (12th Grade) Academic Honors Math Sequencing Workforce/2-Year College Track 4-Year University Track 9th Grade 9th Grade Intro to Math Algebra Connections (Spring) Math I Algebra Connections 10th Grade 10th Grade Math I Math II 11th Grade 11th Grade Math II Math III 12th Grade 12th Grade Math III Advanced Functions & Modeling Honors Pre-Calculus Math Sequencing (Continued) 4-Year University Track 8th Grade Math I 9th Grade Math II 10th Grade Math III 11th Grade Honors Pre-Calculus 12th Grade Honors Calculus AP Calculus AB Science Sequencing Earth Science Biology Academic Honors Biology Physical Science Physical Science Chemistry Honors Physics Additional Science Courses Honors/AP Biology AP Environmental Science Honors Human Anatomy & Physiology Social Studies Sequencing World History Academic Honors Civics & Economics Academic Honors American History Academic I & II Honors/AP US History Honors Pathway Honors English I-IV 4 Additional Honors or AP Courses Honors World History, Civics & Economics, & Turning Points in American History Spanish I-III or Chinese I-III 32 Credits 3.5+ Un-weighted GPA CTE Concentrators 1. Select a Career Area of Interest Business & Information Technology Technology Education Career Development Family & Consumer Science Health Science Marketing Trade & Industrial Education 2. Determine a 4-Course Sequence 3 Foundation Courses • 1 Level II Course 1 Additional Enhancement or Foundation Course CTE Concentrator Example Career Area Health Science Foundation Course 1 Biomedical Technology Foundation Course 2 Health Science I Foundation Course 3 – Level II Health Science II 1 Additional Foundation or Enhancement Course Health Team Relations (Foundation) Personal Finance (Enhancement) AP Courses By signing up for an AP Course, you understand that the rigor and workload will be significantly greater than that of a regular course. An AP course may not be dropped after the first day of class, with the exception of extenuating circumstances. If you take the 1st half of an AP course, you may not drop the course mid-year. If you sign up for an AP Course, you must take the AP exam at the end of the year. Online AP Courses will only be offered for courses not offered in the classroom at MAHS, or for major scheduling conflicts. Online Courses Online courses are only utilized in the following situations: Scheduling conflicts that interfere with graduation requirements Courses not offered at MAHS in the classroom Credit recovery for a failed course Other special circumstances that will be determined on a case-by-case basis. *Please make a note on your Registration Guide if you are in one of these situations and wish to take an online course.* Registration Guides Please fill out the sheets, and return them signed by you and your parents to your 2nd period teacher by Monday, February 16th. If the sheets are not returned by this date, you may have to register late, and you become at risk for not getting your preferred classes.