Registration
for 2015-16
classes
Graduation Requirements
English
4 years (8 classes)
World History 1 year (2 classes)
Math
4 years (8 classes)
algebra 1, geometry algebra 2, another math
Science
3 years (6 classes)
biology and 2 choices
PE/health
1 year ( 2 classes)
Fine Art
1 class*
CTE/Vocational 1 class
*2 Fine Art for university, no CTE required
What electives should I take?
Required Electives Done?
PE/HEALTH
CTE + FINE ART
or
FINE ART–
1 credit for university
WORLD LANGAUGE–
2 credits for university
Need
to
retake
a core
class?
Want to
complete a
CTE
Program of
Study?
Need to make up credits?
Apply for
alternative
campus options:
PACE
PALS
PASS
Take summer school:
one credit per summer
through KUSD.
Take 7th period class
online E2020 class
during school year.
Complete 65 volunteer hours
for one-half elective credit.
Transcript and Grad Profile Notes
From your
Guidance
Counselor
READ
THEM!
Graduation Requirement Profile
Required
22 credits
Completed
.5 credit each
In Progress
second semester
Needed
for next year
Totals
left to graduate
Senior
Release
Time 5 or
less credits
Total credits
5.00 to start
10th grade
10.00 to start 11th grade
16.00 to start 12th grade
SOPHOMORE CORE
English 2
Geometry
Biology
World History
Elective
Elective
JUNIOR CORE
English 3
Algebra 2
Science
US History
Elective
Elective
11th & 12th ADVANCED STUDIES
AS Cambridge
AP Advanced Placement
DC Dual Credit
All MCC DC classes require qualifying
score on Compass test.
SENIOR CORE
English 4
Personal Finance or Discrete/Probability
and Statistics
Civics and Economics
Elective
Elective or Release Hour
Elective or Release Hour(S)
Qualify for release time?
Do you have 5 or less credits required for
senior year?
Circle your preference on registration form!
1st period
1st and 2nd periods
5th and 6th periods
6th period
1st and 6th periods
GPA Summary
• Cumulative - average of all
high school courses
• Both GPA’s are the same if
you have no honors or
Cambridge
• Weighted will be higher
with honors or Cambridge
Class
• Rank - weighted GPA out
of every student in your
class. graduating class.
Cumulative
GPA of 3.6
or higher will
walk in honor
white robes at
graduation!
Traditional Diploma
22 Credits completed at the end of your senior
year
4 Credits of Math
4Credits of English
3 Credits of Science
3 Credits of Social Studies
0.5 Credits of Fine Arts
0.5 Credits Vocational
1 Credit P.E./ Health
6 Elective Credits
Honors Diploma
22 Credits competed by the end of your senior year,
plus:
Must complete 3 credits of AP, AS, or A level classes
Must have a 3.25 GPA or higher
Must have completed 10 or more credits in the core
subjects in honors level courses (Honors,
Cambridge, Dual Credit, or AP) during 9-12th grades
List of approved courses can be found in your
Course Catalog
Fill out an application for the Honors Diploma and
turn it in to the Guidance Office
Cambridge AICE Diploma
22 Credits completed at the end of your senior year, plus:
You must take and pass AS &/or A level exams equaling
6 credits (class of 2016) or 7 credits (class of 2017) in 4
Categories
Math & Science
Languages
Arts & Humanities
Interdisciplinary & Skills Based Subjects
Global Perspectives is a required class beginning 2017
See your Guidance Counselor if you would like more
information on this Diploma option
New Electives
Academic Decathalon (First Semester)
Grades: 9-12
This course is designed to prepare students for the rigorous Academic Decathlon,
an AIA-sanctioned interscholastic competition held each year in the
Spring. Students will be exposed to a diverse curriculum which includes topics in
Mathematics, Economics, Literature, Science, Social Science, Art, and
Music. Students will also prepare speeches and essays for competition.
Speech & Debate (Second Semester)
This course is designed to prepare students for competitive speech and
debate. Its goal is to improve students’ skills in speaking, listening,
composing, and reasoning through practical experiences and applications,
especially during scheduled competitions. It will feature an emphasis on
forensics which will necessitate extensive practice and rehearsal in oral
performances such as humorous interpretation, dramatic interpretation,
duo interpretations in humorous and dramatic, duet acting,
extemporaneous speaking, impromptu speaking, original oratory,
congressional debate, public forum debate, and Lincoln-Douglas debate.
New Electives
Introduction to Philosophy (Dual Enrollment)
Grades: 10-12
Prerequisites: Must have passed the Reading and Writing
portions of the Compass Test
Course Description: This course is a study of the major
philosophers, philosophical questions, and methods of the
western philosophical tradition. Topics covered will include
the nature of philosophy, human nature, reality and being,
god, knowledge, truth, ethics, freedom, politics, and art.
Ethics (Dual Enrollment)
Grades: 10-12
Prerequisites: Must have passed the Reading and Writing
portions of the Compass Test
Course Description: This course is a study of the principle
problems of moral and social philosophy.
Career & Technical Education
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Business Management and Administration
Technical Theatre
Graphic Arts, Yearbook
Sports Medicine
Information Technologies (Computers)
Automotives
Firescience
Nursing WAVE/JTED - MCC
Firescience WAVE/JTED – MCC
Visual Communications WAVE/JTED – MCC
Welding WAVE/JTED – MCC
Production Technician WAVE/JTED – MCC
ENGLISH CLASS
Monday, March 30
 BRING TO CLASS ON MONDAY!
Completed pre-registration form
Completed applications for
assistant, student council and/or
yearbook
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