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4 Year Plan for High School Freshman

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Jennifer Witkowski

on 27 June 2017

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Transcript of 4 Year Plan for High School Freshman

Presentation Objectives
Outline high school graduation requirements
Reiterate the importance of course selection, extracurricular activities, and state testing
Identify resources available online and at GNHS
Develop a 4-year plan
High School Graduation Requirements
23.0 Total Credits
: 4 credits
3 credits (Algebra & Geometry)
Social Studies:
3 credits (World History, US History, Government)
2 credits
Physical Education:
3.5 credits
Consumer Education:
.5 credits
Health Education:
.5 credits
Classroom Driver's Ed:
.5 credits
4.5 credits
Fine Arts:
1 credit (Music, Art, or Theatre classes)
Applied Arts:
.5 credit (Business, Technology, Family & Consumer Science classes)

Course Selection
College Admissions Requirements
Extracurricular Activities
Volunteer/Community Service
School Clubs
Work study/Vocational Training
After-school Job
State Testing
Freshman Transition
Academic Resource Center (ARC)
SWAT (peer tutoring program)
SAT Prep Classes
Parent Involvement
Power School
Contact with teachers/counselors
Accountability with Independence
4 Year Plan for High School Freshmen
Summer Bridges Program
College Applications
Scholarship Opportunities
Resume Building
Improve/Develop Skills
Four Year Plan
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