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2014-2015 Counseling Department. Meet Your Counselor. Ozzy Perez. Steve Kanner. Rosemary Gallo. Jan Moore. Brenda Lohr. Mike Maluski. Counselor-Student Assignments. Describes what courses Hamilton offers. Informs you what classes you need to graduate. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • 2014-2015Counseling Department

  • Meet Your CounselorSteve KannerJan MooreBrenda LohrMike MaluskiRosemary Gallo Ozzy Perez

  • Counselor-Student Assignments

    Student Last NameCounselorRoomExtA CorMike MaluskiC1255029Cos- Gr + AVID Rosemary GalloC2235031Gu - LaRachel CelayaC2235035Le - PalOzzy PerezE1005036Pam - SeBrenda LohrA1195034Sh - ZSteve KannerE10050309th GradeAmy Furrow/Jessica AnayaE2005032Career CenterCarol LytleC109A5069

  • Registration Forms and Info.www.hamiltonhuskies.comDescribes what courses Hamilton offers.Informs you what classes you need to graduate.What classes you need to attend a university

  • Four-Year High School PlanningProgram Planning Pg. 6 Check Graduation requirementsCheck University Requirements

    Curriculum area GraduationRequirementsIn-state UniversityEnglish 4 Credits 4 CreditsMath 4 Credits4 CreditsLab Science 3 Credits 3 CreditsSocial Studies 3 Credits 2 CreditsCareer/Fine arts 1 credit 1 creditForeign Language NONE 2 CreditsPE 1 Credit 0 CreditHealth .50 Credit 0 creditRequired Courses 16 credits 16 creditsElective Courses 5 Credits 4 CreditsTotal Required Credits 22 Credits 16 Credits

  • How do I know whatclasses to take?Sample scheduleAP English 11AP Am/Az HistoryMath Science ElectiveElective

    Fund of MarketingEarly Childhood EducationDoe John 12345

  • EnglishEnglish 11AP English 11No testing requiredRequired summer readingFull year commitment

  • Social StudiesAmerican/Arizona HistoryAP American/Arizona HistoryCommon note taking skills & outside readingHigher level thinkingTop academic clubs such as Model United Nations and We The People.

  • AP American StudiesCombines AP English 11 and AP Am/AZ HistoryApplication processAmerican Studies is designed for students who have a passion for the rich history, culture, literature and language of this county. If you are committed to an engaging and challenging course of study, this course, co-taught by college level teachers, utilizes an interdisciplinary approach based on the College Boards AP U.S. History and AP Language and Composition curriculums

  • MathAlgebra 2Honors Pre-Calculus or next level of Math

  • ScienceChemistryPhysicsHonors ChemistryAP ChemistryHon PhysicsAP Physics

  • Physical Education(1 credit required for graduation)Introduction to Physical Education-Male LockerThis course offers students a basic foundation in physical education by exposing them to a variety of individual and team sports. A strong emphasis on lifetime sports is stressed. Introduction to Physical EducationFemale LockerThis course offers students a basic foundation in physical education by exposing them to a variety of individual and team sports. A strong emphasis on lifetime sports is stressed.

  • The Academiesexcellence in academics excellence in youth development Golf, Volleyball Tennis, Soccer, Softball, Running and Swimming hamiltonhuskies.com

  • What if I want to take another elective?You can take a 0 hour class!O-hour classes are from 6:30-7:20 everyday! You must have your own transportation!Did I mention it is EARLY???

  • Elective Choices at HHS Check out the back of the registration sheet! All the elective courses that you can take as a 11th grader is on the back of the registration sheet

  • Start Working on Your Future

    Earn College creditwhile in High School Enroll in Dual Credit & AP classes

    Dual Credit classes Dual credit courses require the payment of tuition to the cooperating community college. Dual enrollment credit is earned when the course is taken at a high school in the Chandler School DistrictAP Credit classes College credit is granted after receiving a high enough test on AP exam

  • EVIT Only for 11th and 12th graders Variety of Vocational classes available day at HHS and day at EVIT Buses availableJust write EVIT in your elective choice boxes and complete an EVIT applicationCheck out www.EVIT.com

    11th Grade Pre-Registration 2010-+2011

    STUDENT NAME:_____________________________________________ STUDENT ID#:____________

    Last

    First

    Required Courses

    Recommended Course

    231011 Chemistry 231053 Hon Chemistry

    231013 Physics Circle One 231017 AP Chemistry

    231057 Hon Physics

    231061 AP Physics

    Electives

    See back side of this form for elective courses offered for 11th graders.

    sEVIT

    Zero Hour - Optional

    300129 Marching Band (1st sem. Only)298083English 11

    298085AP English 11

    300001 Color/Winterguard (Flags)

    258001Spanish 1

    258003Spanish 2

    480009/482009 ROTC Drill Team & Color Guard 248005American/Arizona History

    238003Biology

    Student Signature__________________________ Date___________ Home Telephone ________________

    Guardian Signature_________________________ Date___________ Work Telephone ________________

    241005 American/Arizona History Circle One 241023 AP American/Arizona History

    Economics

    221067 Math 3 Circle One 221025 Honors PreCalculus

    291083 English 11 Circle One 291085 AP English 11

    You must register for 6 classes.

    Please refer to the Course Description Book when completing this form. See page 2 for graduation requirements. Since your class selections are final, make your choices carefully.

    Course Name Course #

    Course Name Course #

    ZERO HOUR: Meets daily from 6:40 7:30AM. You must provide your own transportation.

    Return this form to your English teacher by February 9, 2007

    2nd Semester

    1st Semester/Full Year

  • Know your options and what it takes to reach your goals!Community College?College or University?Military?Work?SAT Reasoning Test?SAT Subject Test?ACT Test?ASSET Test?

  • College Entrance Exams

    SAT Reasoning/ACTSpring of Junior yearRetest Fall of Senior year if neededSAT Subject tests First check with your college to see if requiredTake this test soon after completion of subject class.Placement TestingFor Community CollegeTake Senior year and it is Free

  • How do I Register for these Exams?Register onlineSAT www.collegeboard.com Cost $47.00ACT www.actstudent.org Cost $32.00 (+$15 for writing)By mail Packets available in Career Center

    Watch registration deadlinesBoth tests have stand-by testing available for fee. Seating is limited. Fee waiver available for those on free/reduced lunch

  • Use Available Resources for Future Planning!HHS Website - Register at www.hamiltonhuskies.com Sign up to receive e-alerts: Scholarship information, make an appointment with your counselor or attend College/University visits, School news/announcements, and classroom information.Career Center College visits, scholarship information, Job boardCounselors Visit your counselor and ask questions. KUDER software complete career search, college searches, etc.SAT and ACT Prep classes HHS offers Free classes!

  • NCAA ClearinghouseIf you plan to participate in collegiate athletics you must register atwww.ncaa.org

  • ExtraCurricularActivitiesSee www.hamiltonhuskies.com or the Student Handbook for a list of clubs!

  • Questions?Visit our website at www.hamiltonhuskies.com

    Counselors will return in 2 weeks to meet with you and collect the form

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