2013-14 9th grade registration

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2013-2014 Counseling Department

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Meet Your Freshman Counselor Ms. Amy Furrow Room E200 Ext.5032 Alpha A-L Mrs. Jessica Flores-Anaya Room E200 Ext. 5032 Alpha M-Z

Registration Forms and Info. www.hamiltonhuskies.com:

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

Four-Year High School Planning Program Planning – Pg. 3 :

Four-Year High School Planning Program Planning – Pg. 3 Check Graduation requirements Check University Requirements Curriculum area High School Requirements In-state University English 4 Credits 4 Credits Math 4 Credits 4 Credits Lab Science 3 Credits 3 Credits Social Studies 3 Credits 2 Credits Career/Fine arts 1 credit 1 credit Foreign Language NONE 2 Credits PE 1 Credit 0 Credit Health .50 Credit 0 credit Required Courses 16 ½ credits 16 credits Elective Courses 5 ½ Credits 4 Credits Total Required Credits 22 Credits 16 Credits

Example (Turn to page 24):

Example (Turn to page 24) What is the name of the course? What grade level is it offered to? What school is the course offered at? What is a prerequisite and how do I know if it has one? Is this a Full Year or Semester long course?

Registration Sheet:

Registration Sheet You will have 6 classes on your schedule Typically freshman have 5 core classes and 1 elective. 1 English 2 Math 3 Science 4 World History 5 PE 6 Elective (usually Foreign Language) Moore Ashlee 12345

How do I know what classes to take?:

How do I know what classes to take? Sample schedule English 9 World History Science Math PE Elective (Usually Foreign Language) Marketing Doe John 12345 Spanish 2

English:

English English 9 Required summer reading Honors English 9 No testing required Required summer reading Full year commitment

Social Studies:

Social Studies World History Honors World History Common note taking skills & outside reading Higher level thinking Full Year commitment Top academic clubs such as Model United Nations & We The People .

Math and Science :

Math and Science Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 4 Investigative Science Honors Biology Hon. Biology Hon. Biology 231015 231048 231048 231048 Algebra 1 Accelerated Math Hon. Geometry Hon. Math 2/3 Combo 221071 (Complete 3 levels 2 yrs.) Hon. Algebra 2 Hon. Pre-calculus (2 periods daily-complete 2 220075 levels of math in 1 yr.) 221064/221084 Teacher Approval _____ Teacher Approval ___

Physical Education (1 credit required for graduation):

Physical Education (1 credit required for graduation) Introduction to Physical Education Male Locker This 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 Education Female Locker This 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 Academies :

The Academies Freshman Football Golf Soccer Softball Volleyball Swimming Tennis Running excellence in academics… excellence in youth development… Prepares student athletes with better training in a more convenient format. Athletic Academies count towards PE credit

What if I want to take another elective?:

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???

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Elective Choices at HHS Check out the back of the registration sheet! All the elective courses that you can take as a 9 th grader is on the back of the registration sheet

Start Working on Your Future:

Start Working on Your Future Earn College credit while 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 District AP Credit classes College credit is granted after receiving a high enough test on AP exam

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Examples of Electives Foreign Languages Many Choices Need for the University Upper levels can be taken for college credit. 10th

Examples of Electives Fine Arts :

Examples of Electives Fine Arts Theatre Orchestra Band Guitar Choir Drawing Photo Imaging

Examples of CTE Electives – Vocational Credit:

Examples of CTE Electives – Vocational Credit Ag Science Marketing Business Management Early Childhood Education Fashion and Design TV productions Drafting Photo

Air Force JROTC:

Air Force JROTC Options : AS 100: Journey Into Aviation AS 150: Police Science AS 500 (Optional): Competitive Drill Community Service Blood Drives Adopt-a-highway Color Guard / Saber Team Social Events Paintball / Laser Tag Sport & Cyber Competitions Formal Dances Learn To Lead To Success!! Opens doors to military academies and leading colleges PE graduation credit available No requirement to join the military – A class AND a club!!

Extra Curricular Activities:

Extra Curricular Activities See Student Handbook for a list of clubs!

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School times 7:30-2:14 Lunch time at Hamilton – A, B and C lunch No Lockers 5 Minute passing periods between classes After-school Detention Lunches – Have to eat on campus Weekly class Schedule Husky Days and Link Crew

When will we return to pick up registration forms?:

When will we return to pick up registration forms? You have 2 weeks to complete these forms. Hamilton counselors will return on Jan. 28 - Bogle Jan. 29 - Payne Jan. 30 – Willis Jan. 31 – Anderson Feb. 1 – San Tan

Parent/Counselor Meetings:

Parent/Counselor Meetings Counselors will be available at Hamilton to present this information to parents. Jan 15 th at 4:30 and 6:00 Jan 16 th at 4:30 and 6:00 Jan 17 th at 4:30 and 6:00 Have your parents register for an appointment on the website. Walk-ins are welcome

8th grade Open House Come to Hamilton and see the school, classes and clubs offered there! HHS Cafeteria January 23, 2012 6:00-7:30 :

8 th grade Open House Come to Hamilton and see the school, classes and clubs offered there! HHS Cafeteria January 23, 2012 6:00-7:30

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Questions? Visit our site at www.hamiltonhuskies.com For Open Enrollment forms, registration forms, and other information