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Honors Fall Classroom Guidance

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GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS South Carolina High School Diploma
English/Language Arts - 4 credits
Mathematics - 4 credits
Science - 3 credits
US History - 1 credit
Economics - ½ credit
US Government - ½ credit
Other Social Studies - 1 credit
PE or JROTC - 1 credit
Computer Science/Keyboarding - 1 credit
Electives - 7 credits
Foreign Language/CATE Elective - 1 credit

Total 24 credits
Post-Secondary Education right for you?
School District of Pickens County

Schools of Study
South Carolina Occupational Information System
(SCOIS)
About Me
I have a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from Columbia College and a Masters Degree of Education in School Counseling from
Clemson University.

My husband and I have a 3-year-old daughter named Louisa, a baby named Silas, and two dogs named Ty and Murphy.


Fall Classroom Guidance
School of Environmental and Agricultural Resources
Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources
Agriculture Mechanics
Plant & Animal Systems
Horticulture
Environmental and Natural Resources

SCOIS
Go to www.scois.net
Login (username and password are on the sticker of your info sheet)


Mrs. Hulme
Sophomore Counseling
As your school counselor, I will:

Provide a comprehensive program delivered through classroom lessons, individual student planning, and individual and group counseling sessions.

Collaborate with parents, teachers, administrators, and other school staff to promote student success.

Provide leadership and advocacy to promote equity and access to opportunities and rigorous educational experiences for all students
School of Art and Communication
Arts, Audio Visual Technology & Communication
English - Graphic Communication - History - Journalism/Mass Communication - Modern Languages - Performing Arts - Visual Arts
Information Technology
Interactive Media - Computer Service Technology – Web and Digital Communications
School of Business Management and Information
Finance
Accounting
Business Finance

Business Management and Administration
Administrative Services
Business Information
General Management

Hospitality and Tourism
Culinary Arts / Hospitality Services
 
Marketing Sales and Service
Marketing and Public Relations
School of Engineering
and Industrial Technologies
Architecture and Construction
Carpentry
Electricity
Masonry
 
Manufacturing
Machine Technology
Mechatronics
Welding / Metal Working

Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics
Automotive Technology
School of Medical and Public Services
Education and Training
Teaching and Training

Health Science
Biomedical Sciences (PLTW)
Health Care Services
Rehabilitation Specialists

Human Services
Cosmetology
Childhood Development
Fashion Design
Foods and Nutrition
Housing and Interiors
Psychological and Counseling Services
Government and Public Administration
Civil Services
Military Science

Law, Public Safety, and Security
Law Enforcement, Emergency Services, and Fire Management
Legal Services
11th grade - 10 units
2 must be required english/language arts units and 2 must be required math units
Higher levels of education generally lead to higher pay and less time unemployed, but it's not that simple...
Are you
college bound?
Probability of Acceptance for USC
Start learning now about how much each college you’re interested in will cost

Learn about different forms of financial aid available (loans, scholarships, grants, work study, etc.)

Start saving now for college

Think about how good grades and SAT/ACT scores can help make college more affordable

For more information, visit http://www.che.sc.gov/

Financial Planning
for College
HOPE Scholarship
Eligibility at a four year institution:
Minimum 3.0 GPA upon graduation
Be SC residents at the time of high school graduation and college enrollment
Not be recipients of the Palmetto Fellows, LIFE, or Lottery Tuition Assistance

Earn
Up to $2,800 (including a $300 book allowance) toward the cost of attendance
Up to two consecutive terms of funding

LIFE Scholarship
Eligibility at four year college:
(meet two of the following)
Earn at least a 3.0 GPA upon high school graduation
Rank in the top 30 percent of the graduating class
Score at least 1100 on the SAT (or 24 on the ACT) through June of the senior year.
Earn
Up to $5,000 (including a $300 book allowance) each academic year at a four-year institution in SC.

Eligibility at two-year institutions:
Graduate from high school with at least a 3.0 GPA
Earn
Up to the cost of tuition plus $300 book allowance each academic year

Palmetto Fellows Scholarship
Eligibility requirements at a four year institution:
Score at least 1200 on the SAT (27 on the ACT), earn a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA, and rank in the top six percent of the class
OR
Score at least 1400 on the SAT (32 on the ACT) and earn a minimum 4.0 cumulative GPA

Earn
Up to $6,700 during the first year of college. Sophomores, juniors and seniors may receive up to $7,500 per year.

Sophomore Year
You will complete an Individual Graduation Plan
You will choose a major
You will take End Of Course exams for MT2 and Biology
PSAT - October 19
A Pep Talk from Kid President
To be promoted...
For more interesting
videos about careers,
visit www.jobsmadereal.com.

You can search
for just about any career!
Please take this survey:

http://goo.gl/bYA2Gi
SKILLS
Put your mouse over “Assessments”
Click on “SKILLS”
Click on “Select Skills” – place skills where appropriate
Click on “Get Results” when you are finished
Click on each of the result options
at the top of screen
Click on "Save" and then "Save Information"
You can then go back to your results by clicking "Restore Answer Set
SCOIS
Early Graduation
Must have at least taken English 1 or Algebra 1 (or both) in the 8th grade
Must be willing to take classes over the summer and on virtual school on top of regular class load
Must complete application and go through the evaluation process in the third quarter

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
Mathematics
Mechanical and Architectural Design
Pre-engineering and Engineering Technology (PLTW)
Science
Mathematics - 4 credits
(one must be higher level - other than Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2)
Science - 3 credits of a
lab science
(not physical science)
Fine Arts – 1 credit
(appreciation of art or music or performance in one of the fine arts)
Foreign Language - 2 credits of the same language
(some colleges require more)
College Admission Requirements
High School Diploma only
Requirements for both
English/Language Arts - 4 credits
Mathematics - 4 credits
US History - 1 credit
Economics - ½ credit
US Government - ½ credit
Other Social Studies - 1 credit
PE or JROTC - 1 credit
Computer Science/Keyboarding - 1 credit
Electives - 7 credits

Science - 3 credits
Foreign Language
OR
CATE Elective - 1 credit
First, please take my
needs assessment:
http://tinyurl.com/pj75k6v
REMIND
SCHOOLOGY
1. Login
2. Click on "Groups"
3. Click "Join" at bottom of menu
4. Type in Access Code: F352M-64NF2
5. Click "Join" button
SCOIS Scholarship Search
1. Go to www.scois.net.
2. Login.
3. Select “Education.”
4. Select “Where can I get help paying for school?”
5. Select “Scholarships/Financial Aid Sort.”
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