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Welcome CLASS of 2016!

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Transcript of Welcome CLASS of 2016!

Welcome CLASS of 2017!
Graduation Credit Status
Sophomore:

Junior:

Senior:
Post High School Options
2 years of foreign language (in the same language)
3 years of Math (Algebra 1 or higher)
Senior year: You must take math, chemistry or physics unless you have completed Pre-Calculus.
3 years of Social Studies
4 years of English - Recommended-AP Junior and Senior English
GPA 2.0: The real minimum is much higher with very few students getting into our 4-year public
institutions with less than a 2.5 . Most students that are accepted at UW, WSU and WWU have a 3.0 and above. Most scholarships require a minimum of 2.5.
2 years science: 1 year must be in Chemistry or Physics
Take the SAT or ACT
SAT Subject tests: Required by some Ivy league and selective universities. For example 3 subject tests are required for Harvard.

Success Plan of Action
Conclusion
High School Graduation Requirements
Home of the ABES!
Journey to Graduation
Meet Your Counselors
Ms. Pete - last names A-L

Ms. McGatlin - last name M-Z

571.6631 - tpete@tacoma.k12.wa.us


571-6731 - kmcgatl@tacoma.k12.wa.us
English
Freshman English
Sophomore English
Junior English
Senior English
English Electives (Junior or Senior)
Social Studies
World History
AP World History **
AP Human Geography**
US History
AP US History **

Physical Education
PE 1
PE Electives:

Math
Algebra 1/2 Other Math Electives:
Geometry 1/2
Algebra 3/4
Other Math electives:

Health
Health 1 or Family Health
Health 2
Fine Arts
Professional Photography *
Painting
Art 1
Orchestra
Choir
AP Art History**
AP Computer Graphics*
Computer Graphics & Design

Science
Freshman Lab Science
Honors Freshman Lab Science
Biology

Occupational Ed
Digitools
Other Occupational Ed. Courses:
Electives
WORLD LANGUAGES
High School
Diploma
23 High School Credits
Culminating/Senior
Project
Math/Science
End of Course
Assessments
High School
Proficiency Exams
High School and Beyond Plan
HSPE: Reading & Writing
Class of 2013-2014
Algebra 1 or Geometry
Class of 2015-2016
Algebra, Geometry
& Biology
Film Studies
Journalism
AP English and Honors English**
ELL 1-6
LRC Reading
Four Year University Requirement



**Advanced Placement Courses
4 years of English
Recommend Jr & Sr English


Must pass exam with 3 or above to receive
college credit
4 Years
3 Years
Pre Calculus
AP Calculus
Financial Algebra
Stats/Trig.
COE/WASL/HSPE Math
LRC Math

Four Year University Requirement



**Advanced Placement Courses
3 years of Math
Recommend Jr & Sr English


Must pass exam with 3 or above to receive
college credit
2.5 Credits / 5 classes
Civics
World Issues/
International Trade
Economics
AP US Government**

Four Year University Requirement


**Advanced Placement Courses
3 years


Must pass exam with 3 or above to receive
college credit
2 years / 2 credits / 4 classes
Other Science Electies
Chemistry
Physics
Honors Pre-Veterinarian
Science
Plant Biology 1-4
Pre AP Biology
AP Biology**
AP Environmental
Science

Four Year University Requirement


**Advanced Placement Courses
one credit of algebra based science
(chemestry or physics)

Must pass exam with a 3 or better to earn
college credit
1 credit / 2 semesters / 2 classes
1 credit / 2 semesters / 2 classes
Weightlifting
Fitness for Life (Walking)
Basketball
Body Conditioning
Food and Fitness

1 credit / 2 classes
Musical Theater
Piano Lab
Drawing
Visual Art Survey
Percussion Techniques
Band
Drama
Digital Multimedia
*Dual Credit




**Advanced Placement Courses
Occupational Courses: Students must receive a “B” grade or better out of each course to earn dual credit from participating college(Bates, Clover Park, Pierce and/or TCC)

Must pass exam with 3 or above to receive
college credit
1 credit / 2 semesters / 2 classes
Web Design*
Computer Graphics & Design*
MS Office *
Marketing*
Nutrition & Wellness *
Pro-Start Foods (1-4)*
Welding*
Metal Fabrication *
AP Economics**
Woodshop *
Construction Trades *
Human Development *
Careers in Education*
Relationships
Honors Pre-Veterinary Science *
Plant Biology
Upward Bound
Student Store
JROTC
Food and Fitness
On your Own
Work Site Learning
Marketing
Restaurant Management
*Dual Credit




**Advanced Placement Courses
Occupational Courses: Students must receive a “B” grade or better out of each course to earn dual credit from participating college(Bates, Clover Park, Pierce and/or TCC)

Must pass exam with 3 or above to receive
college credit
Spanish 1-8 and AP Spanish
French 1-6
Japanese 1-6
Chinese 1-4
PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
Yearbook
Drama
JROTC
AVID
Web Design
Careers and Education
Construction and Trades
Machining/Welding
Digital Photography
Pro-start Food 1-3
Any other courses after meeting core
graduation requirements
Four year Universities minimum entrance requirement: 2 years of the same foreign language
7.5 Credits / 15 classes
5 credits; 8 credits

11 credits; 14 credits

17 credits; 20 credits
* Spring of Sophomore/Junior Year
Apply for Running Start/Community/Technical College
(test at college level to qualify)
4 Year University - Minimum Entrance Requirements
Sports and NCAA Class of 2013-2015
Division I and II
Complete 16 core course requirements with minimum of 2.0 GPA within four consecutive academic years from the start of 9th grade
Core Courses: English, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Foreign Language
For competition and Financial AID
Division I
GPA 2.0= SAT Combined Score 1010 or ACT Sum Score 86
GPA 2.5=830 or ACT 68
Division II
GPA 2.0=SAT 820 or ACT 68
Academic Requirements
HSPE: ____Reading ____Writing

Math: EOC(End of Course Assessment) Class of 2015/16 __Algebra __Geometry __Biology Class of 2013/4 ___ Algebra 1 or ____ Geometry

English ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ 4 credits
US History ____ ____(11 th grade) 1 credit
Civics ____ (12th grade) .5 credit
World Issues ____ (12th grade) .5 credit
Social Studies Core ____ (10th grade) .5 credit
Math ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ 3 credits
Science ____ ____ ____ ____ (1.0 Science core, 1.0 Science Lab) 1 credit
Health ____ .5 credit
P.E. ____ ____ ____ 1.5 credit
Occupational Ed. ____ ____(.5 Digitools) 1 credit
Fine Arts ____ ____ 1 credit
Electives ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____
____ ____ ____ ____ ____ 7.5 credits
Total ……..23 credits Other Graduation Requirements

____Senior Project ____High School And Beyond Plan/Career Cruising

Sports and NCAA Class of 2013-2015
Division I and II
Complete 16 core course requirements with minimum of 2.0 GPA within four consecutive academic years from the start of 9th grade
Core Courses: English, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Foreign Language
For competition and Financial AID
Division I
GPA 2.0= SAT Combined Score 1010 or ACT Sum Score 86
GPA 2.5=830 or ACT 68
Division II
GPA 2.0=SAT 820 or ACT 68
Academic Requirements
Success Plan of Action: CREDIT EVALUATION
Meet Your Graduation Specialists
Mr. Clausen - last names A-L

Mr. McGrath - last name M-Z

571.6771 - jclause@tacoma.k12.wa.us


571-6716 - pmcgrat@tacoma.k12.wa.us
Meet Your Principals
Mr. Erwin - Principal

Mr. Amen - Vice Principal

Ms. Askew - Vice Principal

Ms. Burke - Vice Principal

571.6664 - perwin@tacoma.k12.wa.us
571.6660 - lamen@tacoma.k12.wa.us
571.6661 - saskew@tacoma.k12.wa.us
571.6662 - rburke@tacoma.k12.wa.us
Lincoln Center Students
Lincoln High School Students
High School
Diploma
23 High School Credits
Culminating/Senior
Project
Math/Science
End of Course
Assessments
High School
Proficiency Exams
High School and Beyond Plan
HSPE: Reading & Writing
Class of 2013-2014
Algebra 1 or Geometry
Class of 2015-2016
Algebra, Geometry
& Biology
Any
Questions?

Tips for staying
on track
Attendance
Pass Classes
Study place / habits
Ask for support
23 High School Credits
High School
Proficiency Exams
HSPE: Reading & Writing
High School and Beyond Plan
Culminating/Senior
Project
Math/Science
End of Course
Assessments
GRADUATION IS YOURS!
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