Freshman Orientation
Class of 2016
WELCOME
Welcome to Edmond North
High School
Home of the Huskies
Edmond North High School’s
Mission Statement
The relentless pursuit of
excellence in scholarship,
leadership, and service
Graduation Requirements
Class of 2016
Two Curriculum Options:
 College Preparatory Curriculum
Students will be enrolled in college prep
unless parents opt out
 Core Graduation Requirements
Currently, successful completion of either track will result in
a standard diploma
Edmond Public Schools Graduation
Requirements Class of 2016
1 unit = 2 semesters
Subject
Core Requirement
College Prep
ENHS Recom.
• English
4 units
4 units
4 units
• Math
3 units
3 units
4 units
• Science
3 units
3 units
4 units
• Social St.
3 ½ units
3 ½ units
4 units
• The Arts
2 Options
2 Options
2 Options
Physical Education
2 Semesters Required
PE requirement (1 unit or year) fulfilled by:
– Any PE Course
– Any Sport
– Cheer/Pom
– ROTC
– Band
– Orchestra
– Vocal Music
1 Unit
1 Unit
1 Unit
1 Unit
3 Units
3 Units
3 Units
Plan to complete this requirement early.
The ARTS
To fulfill this requirement you must do
one of the following:
• Humanities, Shakespeare, or
Mythology / Poetry (1 semester)
Or
• AP Euro, AP World, or AP Art History
(year long courses)
Or
• 2 units (4 semesters) of visual or
performing arts – art, drama, vocal,
or instrumental music
College Preparatory Courses
• 90% of all courses at Edmond North are
college preparatory classes
• Find your passion ~
Where do you want to go?
What do you love to learn?
• Take the challenge in YOUR passion!
COLLEGE
RECOMMENDATIONS
World Languages
2 to 3 Units of the same
language is recommended
for Oklahoma colleges
Algebra I, Geometry,
and Algebra II Are
Required for College
Admission
ACE Legislation passed in 2006 requires that:
ALL students PASS 4 of 7 EOI exams in
order to graduate High School.
ALGEBRA I and ENGLISH 2 must be passed
along with 2 additional from the following:
Algebra II, Biology I, English III, Geometry
and U.S. History
Success in Higher Education
The type of courses
students take in high school
is more important than test scores,
class rank, or
grade point average.
June 1999, U.S. Department of
Education Study by Clifford Adelman
Academic Support Programs
• Guided Study
• Tutorial
• Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry
support classes
• Edmond Summer Program for
Intervention Now (ESPIN)
Flex Schedule
• 1-6 periods
• 2-7 periods
• 1-7 periods
7:40-2:30
8:40-3:30
7:40-3:30
Bus transportation will be available
only for the 1-6 schedule.
Pre-Engineering
academy
Bioscience & medicine
academy
Edmond Public Schools /
FRANCIS TUTTLE
COMPLETING YOUR
ENROLLMENT
EDMOND NORTH FRESHMAN
2012 – 2013 STUDENT ENROLLMENT FORM
Student’s Name ______________________________________-____
Last
First
Middle
Student’s cell #___________Alt. phone#_________Student email_______
Are you an OKLAHOMA Promise (OHLAP) student? Circle one Yes
No
Transportation Information
Please choose the mode of transportation your student will utilize both before and after school
_____Parent/Guardian will transport _____Transported by bus _____Student driver/rider _____Student will walk
Students requiring bus transportation must enroll in 1st-6th schedule.
Please check one of the following:
____Flex AM 1st-6th schedule _____Flex PM 2nd-7th schedule _____1st-7th schedule
RETURN TO YOUR EIGHT GRADE COUNSELOR BY:
Central – March 2, 2012
Sequoyah – March 2, 2012
Cheyenne – March 9, 2012
2012-2013 Freshman Student Enrollment Form Con’t
CORE CLASSES
Refer to recommendations by 8th grade teachers
English : Choose one English Course
__Pre AP English --1001521
__English I--1001421
Oklahoma History: Choose one History Course
____Pre -AP Oklahoma History-(1 Sem)--2726511
____Oklahoma History (1 Sem)- 2726411
Math: Choose one Math Course
___Algebra I—2031421
___Algebra I + Algebra Support as elective--2031422
For students scoring below grade level on the Math
8th grade OCCT
Science: Choose on Science Course
___Pre-AP Biology—175521
___Reading Improvement--1031410
Required for students scoring below level
in Reading on the 8th grade OCCT
__X__Health—(1 sem.)-141410
(Required)
___Pre AP Geometry—2034522
___Geometry—2034422
___Pre-AP Algebra II--2041523
___Biology--1711421
2012-2013 Freshman Enrollment Con’t
ELECTIVES
You must EITHER select one (1) year long class or two (2) semester courses for each space.
Also, if you plan to play a sport, you MUST list the sport(s) you plan to play as an elective.
You may chose an additional CORE course as an elective.
1._________________________________/___________________________________
2._________________________________/___________________________________
3._________________________________/___________________________________
ONLY CHOOSE A 3RD ELECTIVE IF YOU HAVE CHOSEN A 1-7 SCHEDULE
****Alternate courses for electives must be listed in order of preference
1.________________ 2._________________ 3.__________________
Important Notice
Choose your schedule carefully. Schedule Changes will only be made for the following
reasons: school error or inappropriate placement (level). There will be NO mid-year changes.
It is the responsibility of the student and parent to be aware of the requirements of the College
Preparatory and Minimum Graduation Curriculum Guidelines enclosed in this packet
(Senate Bill 982)
I have read the above notice and agree to the requested courses
Parent Signature__________________ Student Signature____________________Date____
FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO: edmondschools.net/north/departments/counselor.aspx
Freshman Class Elective List 2012-2013
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ACADEMIC TEAM
*Academic Team-0899520
AEROSPACE SCIENCE (ROTC)
Aerospace Science I- 2195621
Aerospace Science I Honors-2195521
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION
Agricultural Science I-0102421
(Students will be bused to the Ag.
Bldg)
ART
*Introduction to Art-1160410
(Required to take the following
Art Courses)
x Drawing & Design-1162410
x Pottery I-1164411
x 3D Construction-1189410
x Photography I – 117141 (2nd
semester only)
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BUSINESS
x Introduction to Business0201411
x Business Law-0299410
BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY
x Computer Applications-0302422
COMPUTER SCIENCE/MATH
x Comp Science Game
Programming-0315410
DEBATE
Debate I-1083421
DRAMA
Drama I-1111421
Competitive Drama I-1113421
* Stagecraft I (Teacher
Approval)-1112420
Freshman Class Electives Con’t
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FAMILY/CONSUMER SCIENCES
Family & Consumer Sciences I-0501421
HUMANITIES
x Humanities-2202410
INDUSTRIAL ARTS
$ x Intro to Wood Technology-0417410
x Drafting- 0702411
JOURNALISM
x Basic Journalism/News Writing1092412
* Yearbook (Application Required) 1903420
LEADERSHIP
x Teen Leadership-0841423
MATH
*Algebra I Support-2031422
(Required for students scoring below
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MUSIC
Band-(1st Hour)-1120420
Jazz Ensemble (Teacher Approval)1126520
$ String Orchestra- 1124421
$ Men’s Chorus- 1132420
$ Women’s Chorus I - 1133420
$ Applied Vocal Music (Audition Only)1135520
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
x Fall Sports Lab-2304410
x Spring Sports Lab- 2302410
x Recreational Basketball-2325410
x Personal Fitness & Toning-2331410
x Strength & Conditioning-2312430
* Athletic Trainer (Teacher Approval) 2304420
Freshman Electives Con’t
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READING/LEARNING SKILLS
* Reading Improvement- 1031410
(Required for students scoring below
grade level in
Reading on the 8th grade OCCT)
WORLD LANGUAGE
Chinese I -1221420
French I -1205421
German I -1210421
Latin I -1215421
Spanish I - 1201421
Spanish II -1201422
PreAP Spanish II -1201522
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x One semester class
* Course requires teacher approval
# Course requires completed application or
an interview or teacher’s initial next to
course name
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$ There is a fee for this course
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COMPETITIVE ATHLETICS:
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Baseball - 2311037,2321037
Basketball (Boys)- 2311047, 2321047
Basketball (Girls)- 2311048,2321048
Cheer- 2315921, 2325921 (tryouts only)
Cross Country (Girls) 2311088
Cross Country (Boys) 2311087
Football 2311127,2321127
Golf (Boys) 2312137,2322137
Golf (Girls) 2312138,2322138
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Pom – 2311921, 2321921 (tryouts only)
Soccer (Boys) 2311237,2321237
Soccer (Girls) 2311238,2321238
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Softball 2311248, 2321248
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Swimming (Boys) 2312267, 2322267
Swimming (Girls) 2312268, 322268
Tennis (Boys) 2312297,2322297
Tennis (Girls) 2312298,232229
Track (Boys) 2321307
Track Girls) 2321308
Volleyball - 2311318
Wrestling - 2312337, 2322337
Course Description Book
These are available online at www.edmondschools.net
EDMOND
PUBLIC SCHOOLS
MEMORIA L
NORTH
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HIGH SCHOOL
ENROLLMENT INFORMATION
& COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
2012-2013
Enrollment Due Date
Your enrollment packet is due to
your 8th grade counselor by
Cheyenne – March 7th 2012
Sequoyah – March 2ND 2012
Central – March 2ND 2012
Questions about enrollment?
What do I do?
Come to the Husky Showcase:
Department representatives and
Club & Organization sponsors will
be available to answer questions
Enrollment Conferences
Students & parents will meet
with a Freshman Advisor
individually to finalize their
enrollment.
Students NOT in ENHS district can call
Ms. Bray @ 340-2847 for an appointment
Sequoyah
Enrollment Conferences
No Appointments
First Come, First Serve
Location: ENHS Freshman Academy
Monday, March 12th 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Or
Thursday, March 15th 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Cheyenne & Central
Enrollment Conferences
No Appointments
First Come, First Serve
Location: ENHS Freshman Academy
Tuesday, March 13th 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
North Parent Group
Jayne Roberts – President
www.edmondschools.net/north
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Freshman Orientation - Edmond Public Schools