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Freshman unit

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Transcript of Freshman unit

Freshman
Freshman Year Counts!
Set -- and meet -- high goals.
Get organized.
Pass each class the first time.
Ask for help when you need it.
Always do your own work, and do your best.
Help friends minimize the drama.
Keep your education options open;
people change their minds and careers.
Get involved !
High School Success?
It’s up to YOU!
Friday, November 7th
All students, both lunches
Representatives from about 35 colleges, trade schools and military branches
See Ms. Marshall in the Career Center with any questions.
MVHS College Browse
CTE
Culinary, business, drafting,
child development,
engineering science
Employment opportunities
Skills for the world of work
Fine Art
Visual arts and performing arts classes
Band, Guitar, Choir, Dance, Art, 3D Design
Required for university admission
Explores culture and self-expression
What’s the Difference?
Ms. Ducey
Career information
Resumes/interviews
Scholarship information and tracking
College readiness: testing, applying, financial aid, etc.
Job Center
Summer programs
Volunteer information
Career Center, Media Center
Ms. Richardson
Emergency needs: food, shelter, clothing
Arizona State & Maricopa county services:
DES, AHCCHS, Kids Care, CPS
Counseling, parenting classes and support groups
Substance abuse resources and groups
Volunteer opportunities
Employment and education opportunities
Holiday food boxes
Health resources: medical, dental and mental
Social Worker, Room 308

Having trouble with a Teacher?
Speak to your teacher privately.
Ask your parent to call the teacher.
Have your parent call your counselor to set up a conference.
Have your parent contact an administrator.

Having trouble with another Student?
Talk to the teacher in whose class the issue exists.
Be sure your parents know.
Report it to the Assistant Principal (Dean).


You can talk with your counselor about anything;
by law, some issues must be reported.

Counselors have no authority over teachers.
School Concerns?
Class rank = $$$ for college!

Grades and honor points

Competitive

Bonus points for each honors / AP class you pass
Class Rank
Based on grades, extracurricular activities, life experiences, etc.

www.moonvalley.guhsdaz.org

www.bigfuture.collegeboard.com

www.collegeanswer.com

www.scholarshipexpertsa.com

www.scholarshipsaz.com

www.fastweb.com

www.zinch.com
Other Scholarships
Set -- and meet -- high goals.
Get organized.
Pass each class the first time.
Ask for help when you need it.
Always do your own work, and do your best.
Help friends minimize the drama.
Keep your education options open; people change their minds and careers.
Get involved in clubs, sports, etc.
High School Success?
It’s up to YOU!
CLUBS
Chess
Team support
Vocal music
Theater
Close-up
Key Club
SADD
Speech & Debate
FCA
Film
FCCLA
DECA
Band & Orchestra
Autos
Fishing
Bowling
and many more
SPORTS
Football
Softball
Basketball
Swim & Dive
Track & Field
Badminton
Golf
Cheer
Cross-Country
Soccer
Wrestling
Baseball
Tennis
and more
Get Involved – it’s fun!
Friday, November 9th
Both lunches
Representatives from about 35 colleges, trade schools and military branches
See Ms. Ducey in the Career Center with any questions.
MVHS College Browse
Mrs. Ducey
Career information
Resumes/interviews
Scholarship information and tracking
College readiness: testing, applying, financial aid, etc.
Job Center
Summer programs
Volunteer information
Career Center, Media Center
Mrs. Gardner
Emergency needs: food, shelter, clothing

Arizona State & Maricopa county services:
DES, AHCCHS, Kids Care, CPS

Counseling, parenting classes and support groups

Substance abuse resources and groups

Volunteer opportunities

Employment and education opportunities

Holiday food boxes

Health resources: medical, dental and mental
Social Worker, Room 501
Help you keep track of credits needed for graduation.
Assist you with planning for college and career.
Encourage communication among students, parents and teachers.
Help with personal/social issues.
Change schedules according to guidelines.

See us before/after school in the Counseling Center, main building.
Guidance Counselors …
Counselors will provide information so all freshmen can:
Learn about resources on campus.
Understand grades, credits and diploma types.
How to get involved & why it's important.
Understand your 4 year plan as part of your ECAP.
Help with school concerns and personal/social issues.
Help you keep track of credits needed for graduation.
Assist you with planning for college and career.
Encourage communication among students, parents and teachers.
Change schedules according to guidelines.


See us before/after school in the Counseling Center.
Ms. Irwin Ms. Gosalia


Ms. Emanuel Ms. El Habach
MV Counselors
Student, parent & counselor
Match diploma with career
Plan your sequence of courses,
both required and elective
Reviewed annually by student and counselor with parental approval

Watch the mail for your postcard with conference time and date. Parents are welcome to re-schedule.
Education & Career Action Plan (ECAP)
Honors Diploma, 24 credits
University, Community College, Trade/Tech School, Military, Work

Advanced Diploma, 23+ credits
University, Community College, Trade/Tech School, Military, Work

Standard Diploma, 22+ credits
Community College, Trade/Tech School, Military, Work
Credits and Graduation Requirements

My Diploma Type Options
22 Credits minimum
4 Language Arts
4 Math
3 Social Studies
3 Science
1 Physical Education
6 + Electives
1 Fine Arts/CTE
Pass Civics Test
Standard Diploma
CTE
Culinary, business and technology classes
Employment opportunities
Skills for the world of work
Fine Art
Visual arts and performing arts classes
Required for university admission
Explores culture and self-expression
State Exams
Completion of your
E
dcuation
C
areer
A
ction
P
lan
Additonal Graduation Requirements
A’s or B’s in all core classes
(English, Science, Social Studies,
Math, Fine Art, Foreign Language)
and
Top 5% or 3.5+ GPA
and
Exceed on all AIMS tests first time, or AP option
and
28+ ACT or 1300+ SAT
(not Writing)
Covers 25% of in-state tuition at ASU, NAU, UA
As funded by the Arizona legislature
“AIMS Scholarship”
Based on grades, extracurricular activities, volunteering, life challenges, etc.
www.moonvalley.guhsdaz.org
www.finaid.org
www.bigfuture.collegeboard.com
www.collegeanswer.com
www.scholarshipexpertsa.com
www.scholarshipsaz.com
www.fastweb.com
www.zinch.com
Google!
Scholarships
Class rank = $$$ for college!
Grades and honor points
Competitive
Bonus points for each honors / AP class you pass
Class Rank

Having trouble with a Teacher?
Speak to your teacher privately.
Ask your parent to call the teacher.
Have your parent call your counselor to set up a conference.
Have your parent contact an administrator.

Having trouble with another Student?
Talk to the teacher in whose class the issue exists.
Be sure your parents know.
Report it to the Assistant Principal (Dean).

You can talk with your counselor about anything;
by law, some issues must be reported.

Counselors have no authority over teachers.
School Concerns?
Mrs. Gardner
Emergency needs: food, shelter, clothing

Arizona State & Maricopa county services:
DES, AHCCHS, Kids Care, CPS

Counseling, parenting classes and support groups

Substance abuse resources and groups

Volunteer opportunities

Employment and education opportunities

Holiday food boxes

Health resources: medical, dental and mental
Social Worker, Room 501
CLUBS
Chess
Team support
Vocal music
Theater
Close-up
Key Club
SADD
Speech & Debate
FCA
Film
FCCLA
DECA
Band & Orchestra
Autos
Fishing
Bowling
and many more
SPORTS
Football
Softball
Basketball
Swim & Dive
Track & Field
Badminton
Golf
Spiritline
Cross-Country
Soccer
Wrestling
Baseball
Tennis
and more
Get Involved – it’s fun!
Mrs. Gardner
What do Counselors do?
Freshman Year
Counts!
What happens after high school?
Work
Military
Higher education
Ms. Marshall
Honors Diploma
24 Credits
4 Language Arts
4 Mathematics
3 Social Studies
3 Science
2 of the same Foreign Language
1 Fine Art
1 Physical Education
6 Electives
Pass Civics Test
Other Requirements
Six honors/AP credits, four of which are taken during 11th and 12th grades
3.0+ CPA or Top 25% by end of 7th semester
Advanced Diploma
23 Credits
4 Language Arts
4 Mathematics
3 Social Studies
3 Science
2 of the same Foreign Language
1 Physical Education
1 Fine Arts
5 electives
Pass Civics Test
Other Requirements
CPA 3.0+ or
Top 25%
Resources on Campus
Ms. Marshall = Career Center Specialist

Ms. Richardson = Social Worker

Guidance Counselors

Upcoming Events
4 year plan meetings with students and parents.
College Browse during lunch
November 18th
Freshmen REMIND Group
Text @counse2020 to 81010
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