Course Scheduling 2017-2018
Tonight’s Agenda S Presentation regarding curriculum and course selection process at Cheltenham High School S Freshman Experience S Project Based Learning S Eastern Center for Arts and Technology S Opportunity to hear about course offerings in each department by staff, questions and answers about courses
IMPORTANT DATES AND TIMELINE- CHS Fe Feb. 2 , 3 , 3, , 6: : Presentations made in English classes, lists of S available courses and worksheet distributed Fe Feb. 7, 8, 9 : Students will have the opportunity to select courses S online during their English classes Feb. 12: Fe 12: Last day for on-line access S Fe Feb. – Ma March: Students meet individually with counselors to S review and discuss course requests Late May: Receive 2017-2018 roster La S 6: Last day to request a change Ju June 6: S
IMPORTANT DATES AND TIMELINE-CBK Feb. 2: Course registration available on Powerschool for students Fe S to pick electives Feb 3, 7, 9: Presentations made in Social Studies classes Fe S Fe Feb 12: Teacher recommendations will be available in S Powerschool Fe Feb 12 : Last day for on-line access S Fe Feb: Requests reviewed and questions addressed as needed S Late May: Receive 2017-2018 roster La S Ju June 6: Last day to request a change S
WHERE TO BEGIN? http://cheltenham.org/CHSCourseGuide
CHS Graduation Requirements Class of 2018 S 4 credits English S 1 credit PE S 3.5 credits Social Studies S 3 credits Math S 3 credits Science S .5 credits Health S Additional electives to earn a total of 22.5 credits to graduate
CHS Graduation Requirements Class of 2019 S 4 credits English S 1 credit PE S 3.5 credits Social Studies S 3 credits Math S 3.5 credits Science (including Biology) S 1 additional credit Math OR Science S .5 credits Health S Additional electives to earn a total of 22.5 credits to graduate. S Keystone testing in Biology, Algebra, Literature
CHS Graduation Requirements Class of 2020 and beyond S 4 credits English S 1 credit PE S 3.5 credits Social Studies S 3 credits Math S 3.5 credits Science (including Biology) S 1 additional credit Math OR Science S 1 credit World Language S .5 credits Health S Additional electives to earn a total of 23 credits to graduate. S Keystone testing in Biology, Algebra, Literature
Course Selection Advice S All students are required to take a full, 7 period roster!! S All students will be scheduled for a lunch period. S Decisions should be made carefully. S Make sure prerequisites are met before choosing a class. S Balance courses with extra-curriculars.
Seriousness of Process S Start to think about an area of academic focus for your course selection, school and community activities, summer plans, graduation project…leading to college major, and career possibilities. S Discuss with parents, teachers, guidance counselors, and other students before selecting courses.
Honors Courses What to expect with an honors level course S Higher-order thinking skills S Accelerated pace. S Demanding workload that involves extensive reading, writing, and problem-solving S Honor level courses receive weighted credit.
Advanced Placement Courses What is an Advanced Placement level course? S College level program designed to prepare students to take AP exams at the conclusion of the course. S College course requirements may be adjusted based on AP exam results. S Advanced Placement courses receive weighted credit. S Expect to do 45-60 minutes of work each night for an AP course.
Open Enrollment S We encourage all students to challenge themselves in their coursework. If a student does not meet the course prerequisite and would like to take a Honors/AP course, please use the Against Educational Advice form. The form can be downloaded from the online CHS Curriculum Guide and is also in the Guidance Office.
TYPES OF COURSES S Required Courses (majors and minors) S English 9 S World Cultures S Math S Biology S PE (MINOR) S Electives (majors and minors)
ELECTIVE MAJORS E lective Majors meet every day for the whole year. Examples: Sp Spanish II Soc Sociol olog ogy Gr Graphic Arts I
MINORS Minors meet every other day throughout the entire year. Elective examples: Bu Busin iness 101 Et Ethics in Science TV TV Production
Study Hall or Not? S Meets every other day S No credit earned S Consider workload S Consider daily schedule S Consider self-discipline & motivation
Elective courses are not guaranteed!
To Do On-Line Requests S Students log onto their PowerSchool account and click on the “ Class Registration ” icon in the side tool bar. S Fill out the screen, making sure to select the appropriate selections. S MUST select 5 alternates. S Click on “ Submit ” . S Course registration will be available until February 12 at midnight.
Sample Course Request Screen
NEW COURSES S Science Department: S Foundations of Engineering S Health and Physical Education Department: S Competitive Team Sports S Life-Long Sports S Healthy Living
IMPORTANT DATE!! JUNE 6, 2017 Last day to request changes!!
Freshman Seminar & Overall Transition Program’s Goals To provide freshmen with the skills, strategies, network, and experiences needed to navigate the culture of high school life successfully. To support freshmen in meeting social, emotional, and academic success by focusing on and developing students’ personal goals.
Students will be able to... ● Pursue academic and social resources and opportunities available to them. ● Participate in an array of enrichment activities, contests, and projects. ● Advocate for themselves and others. ● Navigate and craft technological and educational resources. ● Contribute to the school and larger community.
Students will be able to... ● Monitor their academic growth and develop, reflect on, and accomplish goals. ● Belong to a community that promotes success and celebrations. ● Discover and/or pursue their purpose and passion. ● Develop skills necessary to succeed at the secondary and post- secondary levels. ● Account for their work, behavior, and goals. ● Meet an array of speakers, writers, professionals, etc.
Interdisciplinary Team: Teachers will... ● Work collaboratively to ensure student success. ● Communicate effectively with students, parents, and team. ● Plan and implement meaningful, relevant, and engaging social and emotional lessons. ● Focus on norming, goal setting, & interventions.
Connections Peer Mentorship Program Junior and/or Senior Mentor Guest Speakers In-school and out-of-school field trips School Leaders
Project Based Learning @ CHS 2017-18 S
What’s different about PBL? S Multiple subjects are combined S Strong emphasis on skill development S Students have voice and choice S Teachers act as mentors S Students work as a team to achieve goals S The projects are the curriculum LEARNING BY DOING
● PBL Schedule: English, Social Studies, Science Grade 9 PBL Seminar/Bio Lab PBL English Social Studies, Honors Option Science https://www.cheltenham.org/pbl PBL Seminar/Bio Lab Lunch PE/Elective Math Elective
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Facts About EASTERN ü EASTERN offers 14 career and technical programs for high school juniors and seniors (Allied Health is a one-year program for high school seniors) ü Programs include: Allied Health; Automotive Technology; Business and Technology Professional; Collision Repair Technology; Commercial Art; Computer Network Administration; Construction Technology; Cosmetology; Culinary Arts; Electrical Technology; Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning; Protective Services; Veterinary Science ; and Welding Technology ü EASTERN is FREE! (Some programs have fees for supplies such as uniforms and tools) ü Transportation is provided by the school districts
Facts About EASTERN ü AM Session – 7:45 to 10:30 a.m. PM Session – Noon to 2:45 p.m. ü EASTERN is owned by the nine School Districts in Eastern Montgomery County : Abington, Bryn Athyn, Cheltenham, Hatboro-Horsham, Jenkintown, Lower Moreland, Springfield, Upper Dublin, and Upper Moreland ü Students have the option to join SkillsUSA ü Cooperative Education - Many students also work on actual jobsites as part of their education, earning high school credits and money!
College Is More than Just an Option… ü EASTERN students often complete their programs with college credits earned through agreements made with colleges and universities ü Two of EASTERN’s program are dually enrolled with Montgomery County Community College – Business and Technology Professional and Computer Network Administration (reduced tuition rate) ü Students receive licensure and certificates needed for a critical edge in many professions
November Student of the Month Fred Fox Electrical Technology Cheltenham High School Fred is a Schoolwide Officer for SkillsUSA, EASTERN’s student leadership organization. At Cheltenham High School, he was chosen as a Student of the Month in 2014. plans to join the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 98 Union after taking his entrance exam in April 2017. He is also going to enlist in the Army Reserves, and eventually own his own electrical company.
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