Freshman
Orientation
Class of 2014
Edmond North High School’s
Mission Statement
The staff and students of Edmond North
High School will continually strive to
establish a community of Life Long
Learners that teach, demonstrate and
inspire academic excellence, service,
and citizenship.
Graduation Requirements
Class of 2014
Two Curriculum Options:
 College Preparatory Curriculum
Students will be enrolled in college prep
unless parents opt out
 Minimum Graduation Requirements
Currently, successful completion of either track will result in
a standard diploma
ENGLISH
4 Units
required
MATH
3 units
required
*4 units
recommended
Science
3 units
required
English I
English II
English III
English IV
Pre AP English I
Pre AP English II
AP English
Language
AP English Literature
Algebra I
Geometry
Geometry
Pre AP Geometry
Biology I
Pre AP Biology
*4 units
recommended
SOCIAL
STUDIES
OK History
3 units required
*4 units
recommended
Pre AP OK
History
Additional
Requirements
Algebra II
Trig/PreCalculus
Pre-AP Geometry
Pre AP Algebra II
College Algebra Prep
Algebra II
Pre AP Algebra II
Trig/PreCalc
Pre AP
Trig/PreCalc
Calculus,
AP Calculus AB or BC
Physical Science
Earth Science
AP Chemistry
Chemistry
Physics
AP Physics
Pre AP Chem
Anat / Physio
World History
U.S. History
AP Environmental Sci.
Astronomy
Government
(1 semester)
(1 semester)
AP World History
AP European History
AP U.S. History
AP Government
(2 semesters)
Health (1 semester); Physical Education (2 semesters)
The Arts: Option 1 – Humanities (1 semester) OR Approved alternate Courses: Great Books, Mythology/Poetry, Native American
Literature, Shakespeare, AP Euro History, AP World History
Option 2 – 2 units of visual or performing arts
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
Or
• AP Euro, AP World, or AP Art History
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 College
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
Flex Schedule
• 1-6 periods
• 2-7 periods
• 1-7 periods
7:50-2:20
8:40-3:15
7:50-3:15
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
Enrollment Form
Freshman Courses
Course Description Book
Enrollment Due Date
Your enrollment packet is due to
your 8th grade counselor by
Cheyenne – March 9th 2010
Sequoyah – March 9th 2010
Central – March 5th 2010
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.
Massengale @ 340-2847 for an appointment
Sequoyah
Enrollment Conferences
No Appointments
First Come, First Serve
Location: ENHS Freshman Academy
A-G Tuesday, March 23rd 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
or
H-N Thursday, March 25th 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
or
0-Z Tuesday, March 30th 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
CHEYENNE
Enrollment Conferences
No Appointments
First Come, First Serve
Location: ENHS Freshman Academy
A-I Tuesday, March 23rd 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
or
J-R Thursday, March 25th 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
or
S-Z Tuesday, March 30th 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Central
Enrollment Conferences
No Appointments
First Come, First Serve
Location: ENHS Freshman Academy
Tuesday, March 23rd 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
or
Thursday, March 25th 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
or
Tuesday, March 30th 4:30 – 7:30 p.m.
North Parent Group
Becky LeForce – President
www.edmondschools.net/north
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Freshman Orientation - Edmond Public Schools