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2015-16 HHS Junior Presentation
Transcript of 2015-16 HHS Junior Presentation
Additional Diploma Pathways
Hagerty High School
CLASS OF 2017
Bright Futures scholarships
Scholarships and financial aid
Other post-secondary options
26 total credits
2.0 cumulative unweighted GPA
Pass FSA Reading exam
Pass Algebra 1 EOC
Take Biology, Geometry, Algebra 2 & US History EOCs
Only students who have completed all credit and GPA requirements will be able to participate in the graduation ceremony.
Credits needed to graduate
4 Math (while in high school)
4 Science (including Biology, Chemistry & Physics)
3 Social Studies
Economics with Financial Literacy (.5)
U.S. Government (.5)
1 Performing/Fine Art
.5 Personal Fitness
.5 P.E. Elective
1 Virtual school course
Algebra I EOC retakes will be offered in
Students who have not passed the Algebra I EOC may use a PERT concordant score:
PERT Math: 97
Students who have not yet passed the FCAT may use an SAT or ACT concordant score.
FSA Retakes will be offered in
SAT Reading: 430
ACT Reading: 19
How do I register for the SAT or ACT?
Fee waivers are available for students on free or reduced lunch
Please see your counselor for more information.
Need SAT and ACT Prep?
*Khan academy offers free on-line SAT prep
*ACT charges $24.95 per year for their on-line
test prep program
State Merit Diploma
In addition to all State Standard Diploma requirements, students must obtain one or more industry certifications.
State Scholars Diploma
Meet all requirements for the State Standard Diploma
Statistics or an equally rigorous math course
1 science course equally rigorous to Chemistry or Physics
2 consecutive years of the same World Language
1 credit A.P., D.E., or industry certification
Pass all EOCs (Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Biology, and U.S. History)
SCPS Scholars with Distinction
Meet all requirements for the State Scholars Diploma
3 consecutive years of the same World Language
6 credits of A.P., D.E., or an approved industry certification with an A or B.
*Only 2 Dual Enrollment credits may count towards the 6 required.
1 credit in Experimental Research, completion of extended essay, senior
portfolio/project, 4th World Language credit OR 1 additional A.P. or D.E. credit.
Minimum cumulative 3.75 weighted GPA
Florida Academic Scholars (FAS)
3.5 Weighted GPA based on 16 core credits
ACT: 29 or SAT: 1290
100 community service hours
Florida Medallion Scholars (FMS)
3.0 Weighted GPA based on 16 core credits
ACT: 26 or SAT: 1170
75 community service hours
Florida Gold Seal Vocational (GSV)
Scholarship available for 2-year programs only
(AA, AAS, CCC)
3.0 Weighted GPA based on 16 core credits
Minimum 3 credits in a single Career and Technical Education (CTE) program
3.5 unweighted GPA in CTE courses
30 community service hours
Minimum sub-section scores on ACT, SAT or PERT
You may check your
Bright Futures status at:
Juniors will complete the
December 1, 2016 (senior year)
Community Service Requirements
Agency must be approved by SCPS
Maximum of 4 locations
Minimum 25 hours per location
Information and application may be found in Guidance
& on the HHS website under the "
Application must be completed and returned along with service log and essay to either Guidance Office.
If using hours for
it is suggested that students submit hours and documentation by
Scholarships and Financial Aid
Start your research now!
Visit E-Campus course "
HHS College & Career Info.
Helpful scholarship websites:
Submit a request to your counselor and/or teacher at least
in advance of the date you need the letter.
Forms are available in each Guidance office
and on the HHS website.
How to find a college that fits you
Essays and personal statements are
to colleges, especially to the most selective schools. And they're increasing important to a wide range of institutions.
Essays serve as a measure of your writing ability and provide information about your personal background that is not revealed through your application or transcript alone.
Myth: Essays aren't really important to college admissions
Colleges are watching...
Use a professional e-mail address
Be aware of what you and others post to all your social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
be sure to stop by the bulletin board outside of
Building 2 Guidance Office
to sign up for
This is a great opportunity to learn about colleges and speak with admissions counselors regarding the admissions process and student life for each school.
Most schools accept applications on-line
Check college/university websites for deadlines
Take your time completing your application
Be accurate, honest and neat.
Review grammar and spelling!
When you have completed your application, ask someone to review it and check for errors.
Have your test scores (AP, SAT, ACT) sent directly
to the colleges to which you are applying.
Print a paper copy for your records
Check your e-mail account frequently!
Many colleges will communicate via e-mail.
READ EVERYTHING THEY SEND TO YOU!
Think of your application essay as your opportunity
to demonstrate your uniqueness to colleges
and stand out form your peers.
(first name.last email@example.com)
If you are an athlete and plan to participate in a sport in college,
you need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center
as soon as possible
You are responsible for taking the necessary academics courses and
sending any test scores directly from the testing service.
For eligibility information and to register please visit:
There are many changes to the
Please be aware of those changes!
WHAT ELSE IS OUT THERE?
I don't know what I want
to be when I grow up!
The Florida Shines website is a great place to start!
Meet with a recruiter
Take the ASVAB October 26, 2015
Sign up sheet is on the bulletin board outside of the Building 2 Guidance office
two-year degree programs
There are many opportunities for lucrative career choices at local vocational and state colleges
Search for certificates and degrees on the schools' websites and see your counselor with any questions.
Stop by the Guidance office and see your counselor
(exams are 30% of course grades)
Last names A-D
Last names E-J
Last names K-M
Last names N-R & ESOL
Last names S-Z
Did you know there is a
NEW SAT coming?
As always...Go Huskies!