Elberta High School

Elberta High School

Elberta High School 9th Grade High School Information Welcome, Class of 2024 Parents!! Welcome: Ms. Alms Introductions Ms. Robinson Ms. Ornellas Mr. Starr Academic Guide Diploma Change Only ONE to choose from! What do colleges/post secondary programs want to see? Course Options for 2020-21 School Year

High School Vs Middle School Career Coach, Coastal College To Be Announced Available to meet with students weekly Begins important conversations in 9th grade Facilitates with Dual Enrollment opportunities Guides students based on interest Creates Job Shadowing opportunities in 11th and 12th grade Academic Guide Diploma Requirements (See Handout) ALABAMA HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA

Applies to students entering 9th grade in 2019-2020 academic year and thereafter. 24 Credits Required for Graduation English ...................................................................................................................................................................................................4 credits English 9 or Honors English 9 ............................................................................................................................... 1 English 10 or Honors English 10 ............................................................................................................................ 1 English 11 or Honors English 11 or AP English Language and Composition or approved dual enrollment equivalent ......................................................................................................... 1 English 12 or Honors English 12 or AP English Literature and Composition or approved dual enrollment equivalent ......................................................................................................... 1 Mathematics ..........................................................................................................................................................................................4 credits Algebra I or Honors Algebra I ................................................................................................................................ 1 Geometry or Honors Geometry .............................................................................................................................. 1 Algebra II with Trigonometry or Algebra II or Algebra with Finance ....................................................................... 1 plus Select an additional course from the following to meet the remaining mathematics credit requirement:

Algebraic Connections (must be taken after Geometry and before Algebra II/Algebra II with Trig/Algebra with Finance). ...... 1 Analytical Mathematics .......................................................................................................................................... 1 Discrete Mathematics ............................................................................................................................................ 1 Precalculus ............................................................................................................................................................ 1 AP Calculus AB/BC ................................................................................................................................................ 1 AP Statistics ........................................................................................................................................................... 1 AP Computer Science Principles ........................................................................................................................... 1 AP Computer Science A ........................................................................................................................................ 1 Or approved SDE/CTE/AP/IB/dual enrollment equivalent course ......................................................................... 1 Science...................................................................................................................................................................................................4 credits Biology or Honors Biology ...................................................................................................................................... 1 A physical science course (either Physical Science, Chemistry, or Physics) ....................................................... 1 plus Select two additional courses from the following to meet the remaining 3rd & 4th science credit requirements: Physical Science .................................................................................................................................................... 1

Chemistry ............................................................................................................................................................... 1 Physics ................................................................................................................................................................... 1 Human Anatomy and Physiology ........................................................................................................................... 1 Earth and Space Science ...................................................................................................................................... 1 Environmental Science .......................................................................................................................................... 1 *Marine Science or Honors Marine Science .......................................................................................................... 1 *Zoology or Honors Zoology .................................................................................................................................. 1 *Aquascience ......................................................................................................................................................... 1 AP Biology ............................................................................................................................................................. 1 AP Chemistry ......................................................................................................................................................... 1 AP Physics I ........................................................................................................................................................... 1 AP Physics II .......................................................................................................................................................... 1 AP Physics C: Mechanics (.5) and AP Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism (.5) .................................................... 1 AP Environmental Science .................................................................................................................................... 1 Or approved SDE/CTE/AP/IB/dual enrollment equivalent course ......................................................................... 1

Social Studies ........................................................................................................................................................................................4 credits World History or Honors World History or AP World History ................................................................................. 1 U.S. History I or Honors U.S. History I or *AP European History or *AP Human Geography or approved dual enrollment equivalent ......................................................................................................... 1 U.S. History II or Honors U.S. History II or AP US History (required if student earned credit for AP European History or AP Human Geography) or approved dual enrollment equivalent ........................................................ 1 U.S. Government or Honors U.S. Government or AP Government and Politics or approved dual enrollment equivalent ** .................................................................................................. 0.5 Economics or Honors Economics ............................................................................................................. 0.5 Diploma P age 1 of 2 Standard Requirements for Graduation

English (4) Regular, Honors, AP Math (4) Regular, Honors, AP Social Studies (4) Regular, Honors, AP Science (4) Regular, Honors, AP Biology and Physical Science must be included Health PE 1

CTE, Foreign Language or Fine Arts 3 in this category Career Preparedness Electives 2.5 24 credits!! If a student does not earn one of these credits, he/she will not graduate. DRAFT ALABAMA COURSE OF STUDY (SUBJECT TO CHANGE ) *In Effect 20212022 9th Grade Schedule

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English 9 (Regular or Honors) World History or Honors World History Biology or Honors Biology Geometry with Data Analysis Career Preparedness or JROTC (2 periods) PE Life or Color Guard or Band or JROTC (2 periods) Elective (Academic Focus-Skinny Block) Course Selection Sheet Important to Sign and Return Junior ROTC Elberta High School has a Cross-Town Agreement to Partner

with Robertsdale High School Students attend first 2 periods of the day. JROTC students earn Career Prep credit in 9th grade PE Life credit if ROTC continued in 10th grade Our first two years have been a huge success Something for all students involved Multiple Competitive Opportunities Officer Starr is available to answer questions after the presentation. Colleges Look For 1. ACT Score 2 . Grade Point Average (GPA)

3. Transcript College Preparatory Distinction Requirements To be recognized with College Preparatory Distinction at graduation, students must successfully complete a minimum of 5.5 credits in Advanced Placement courses and earn a minimum weighted, cumulative GPA of 4.0+ in all classes with no Ds or Fs. Course offerings may vary by campus. When selecting classes, consideration should be given to the students future goals and the specific requirements for universities, the military, NCAA, etc. (For example, although foreign language and Algebra II with Trig are not required for the Alabama High School Diploma, some higher education programs may require these courses for admission to their specific programs. Also, some colleges have specific admission requirements related

to core subjects and may not accept substitute courses approved by the Alabama State Department of Education.) Students and parents must check the requirements of any programs they plan to pursue in the future. ACADEMIC HONOR DESIGNATIONS Academic Honor designations: Summa Cum Laude (4.0) Magna Cum Laude (3.75 to 3.99) Cum Laude 3.50 to 3.749 Students who earn a D or F in any course will not be eligible to receive academic honors. What Now? Finish 8th Grade Strong Focus:

Grades Attendance Test Scores Elberta Middle School: Course Selection Sheets will be completed in Mr. Akins room on Tuesday, January 21st. Please return with parent signature by Friday, January 24th. Summerdale School: Course Selection Sheets will be completed on Monday, January 27th. Please return with parent signature by Friday, January 31st. PLAN TO GET INVOLVED! STUDIES SHOW GREATER SUCCESS IN HIGH SCHOOL WHEN STUDENTS HAVE A WHY ! Clubs

Scholars Bowl Yearbook Peer Helpers Jr. Optimist Club

Student Government Association FCCLA TSA JROTC Fellowship of Christian Athletes Art Club Honor Society Band Athletics Athletic Eligibility In order to be enrolled in ANY athletic course or to play any sport, students must earn four core credits per year, and have a 2.0 GPA in

the four core classes plus 2 electives. Core classes are math, science, history and English. One class passed = one credit earned. No Schedule Changes after the First Week of School Please communicate wth your freshman and encourage them to choose their classes wisely. Schedule changes affect class size distribution and can negatively affect earning the needed credits in a class. Student schedule changes are only made in extreme situations as the master schedule is built from student requests. Absolutely no schedule changes can be made after first week of school.

Please notify me of any concerns BEFORE school starts if possible. We are here for you! Our MAIN GOAL: To arrive in 2024 eligible to GRADUATE! Please contact Ms. Alms, Ms. Ornellas, Mr. Bailey, Mr. Glassford, or Ms. Robinson if you have any questions or concerns. We are Warrior Proud! Warrior Strong! And, we are here to help your child be prepared for the world beyond EHS.

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