TYPES OF DIPLOMAS - Saunders Middle School

TYPES OF DIPLOMAS - Saunders Middle School

THE MIDDLE SCHOOL TO HIGH SCHOOL JOURNEY WHAT MUST I DO? PASS 8 GRADE No Fs TH TYPES OF DIPLOMAS VA Graduation Requirements Standard/estndar 22 Credits + 6 SOLs minimum Advanced Studies/estudios avanzados

26 Credits + 9 SOLs minimum Advanced Studies Diploma 26 Standard Credits English Mathematics Laboratory Science Social Studies Health/PE World Language/ Fine Arts/Career Economics/Finance Electives CTE Credential

1 Virtual Course 4 4 4 4 2 3 1 9 Verified Credits English 2 (Reading/Writing)

Math 2 Science 1 2 3 Soc. Studies 2 Student Selected 1 Standard Diploma 22 Standard

6 Verified Credits Credits English Mathematics Laboratory Science Social Studies Health/PE World Language/ Fine Arts/Career Economics/Finance Electives 4 CTE Credential 1 Virtual Course

4 3 3 3 2 2 1 English 2 (Reading/Writing) Math 1 Science

1 Soc. Studies 1 Student Selected 1 9th Grade Schedule - 7 Classes Math 1 credit = 1 class Language Arts 1 credit = 1 class Science 1 credit = 1 class Social Studies 1 credit = 1 class

PE 1 credit = 1 class Elective 1 1 credit = 1 class (if you failed Reading or Math Sol- Possible Remediation Class) Elective 2 1 credit = 1 class 7 Credits = 7 periods CHOOSING HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES *Teacher recommendations are important. Example Regular English Pre AP English *Pre AP Classes more reading, writing, work to

be completed at home; dont take tooo many Pre AP classes. *Foreign Language must have a B in 8th grade Language Arts! *Choose 7 classes and two alternates(extras)! DIDNT GET RECOMMENDED CLASS YOU WANTED? Dont have the grades. Pull your grades up! Then your parent can contact the high school and request a schedule change before 31 May 2017

PARENT OVERRIDE REQUEST Parents may complete an override a teacher recommendation or a prerequisite if they feel you are capable of completing the class successfully. Special Ed and ESOL students will have a case manager review your schedule here and you will receive support in High School. Remember all High Schools do not want schedule changes next fall. You have until end of this year to change a class. Your parents must request this change to your High School by the end of this school year! H. S. SCHEDULING! The high school your are zoned for (Base School

Where you live). No schedules will be written for specialty programs. After you are accepted, you new school will come over and register you. If you want a schedule change, parents must contact the high school Today you will take home a sample H.S. scheduling form to discuss with parents. Bring this form when you meet with the high school Counselors. All 5 High Schools will visit Saunders during Feb. or March. If you are moving out of the area next year Write Moving: At top right of schedule print

. General Information Must be eligible to play sports and participate in school activities VHSL requirements. 2 Fs during a 9 week grading period. Turn in the actual H.S. Schedule to your Science teacher signed by a parent the day after registration. Dont forget summer assignments online. Signet students are pulled out of P.E. usually Math Recommendations are either Algebra I or Algebra I PT 1 (this is not a math credit you must complete Algebra I PT 2 for it to count as a Math Credit.

Update Your Academic Career Plan * Where do I learn more about High School classes/electives? pwcs.edu course catalogue Where do I apply for a H.S. Specialty Program? Pwcs.edu Academics Specialty Program

When is the deadline to apply for a H.S. Specialty Program? February 1st What do I do with the Sample H.S. schedule/letter I receive today? Review this with your parent and pick sample classes Each H.S. uses a different form. This is not the real scheduling form! Reminder to keep your grades up in all classes! Reminder to check your high schools website in the spring and summer for Important Dates and Summer

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