Bartram Trail High School
will serve as a center for
community involvement and
character development, while
fostering a joy for lifelong
Be on Time
Give Your Best Effort
Ms. Kusher: last names A – G
Mr. Hurley: last names H – O
Ms. Howard: last names P- Z
Ms. Hastings: Guidance Secretary
Ms. Codori Transcripts & Records
Teacher emails and webpages
Special events and activities
Drop by before of after school, or at lunch.
Otherwise, go to your class first and ask your
teacher if you can see your counselor.
Counselor not in?
Leave a message slip in counselor’s door, or
General questions, or not sure of how things
Guidance Secretary—Ms. Hastings
Grade Point Average (GPA)
Bright Futures Scholarships
Algebra 1 EOC exam (must pass for course credit)
Geometry EOC exam (this year, 30% of grade)
Biology EOC (this year, 30% of grade)
Current 9th graders: minimum of one virtual online
Class Size Amendment (25:1 in core courses)
24 Credits, including:
4 Math (must include Alg. 1 or its equivalent)
World History, American History, Economics, and
1 HOPE (Health and Physical Education)
1 Performing, Fine, or Practical Art
Weighted courses earn extra value.
Dual Enrollment (+1.0)
Advanced Placement (+1.0)
NOTE: High School GPA is not the
same as the Bright Futures GPA!
GPA is calculated using semester grades only,
not quarter grades.
NOTE: Courses with EOC’s are year-long
grades only (Algebra 1, Geometry, Biology)
All courses are year-long and count for 1
credit except for Weights, Team Sports, Bible
1 & 2, Psych 1 & 2, and Creative Writing.
How to calculate your GPA:
A= 4 points (weighted 4.5 or 5)
B= 3 points (weighted 3.5 or 4)
C= 2 points (weighted 2.5 or 3)
D= 1 point (weighted 1.5 or 2)
F= 0 points
* Add up total points
*Then divide by the number of semesters
VyStar Academy of
Business and Finance
Laura Marquis, Instructor
Paid & Unpaid Summer
Industry Certification in MOS
Academy of Design and Construction
Scott McAdams, Instructor
Interior Design &
Jacqueline Spradley, Instructor
Sponsored by the Collegeboard
4 years of foreign language, including AP exam
Must take all Honors and AP courses and pass
a minimum of five
Must apply to at least one international
Must be zoned for Bartram
Earns extra advanced diploma reflecting
successful complete of APID requirements
Must score 3 or above in 5 AP exams
1 from Math or Science
1 Global (Human Geography, World History,
1 English Language
1 Foreign Language
1 from any other area
Moving on to 10th grade. . .
5 Total Credits
11th grade. . .
11 Total Credits
12th grade. . .
17 Total Credits
Visit www.FACTS.org to stay informed
(link also on Bartram website)
◦ You can start tracking your Bright Futures GPA in
January of your 9th grade year, after the first
semester grades have been entered.
Be sure to check Bright Futures for accuracy (name,
social security, courses completed, etc.
NOTE: The Bright Futures GPA IS NOT the same as
the High School GPA (core courses only). It is your
responsibility to check. See your counselor for help.
Apply beginning December of your Senior
Graduate in good standing
Earn the necessary GPA
Earn the necessary test scores
Complete the required community service hours
9th graders: FCAT scores could affect course
placement in your 10th grade.
10th graders must pass FCAT 2.09 in order
to graduate, or have concordant score (ACT
UseFCATexplorer.com for more test
preparation at home ( ask your counselor for
Will be given to the entire 9 th , 10th and 11th grade
9th & 11th graders must pay $15 to receive scores.
Checks go to Trevor Abbs, Testing Coordinator
Make checks payable to BTHS: write ―PSAT‖ and
child’s name on memo line
Test Date: October 12th.
Students take the ACT and SAT during their junior and
For the SAT:
For the ACT:
The SAT and ACT should be taken in the spring of the junior
year. These are private companies and not administered by
the high school. (The high school may be selected as the
test site.) It is the responsibility of the student to register
for either or both of these college entrance exams, and
they may take either test multiple times.
Students may take AP or Dual Enrollment
courses during 11th and 12th grades. These
courses earn 1 extra GPA point.
Dual Enrollment minimum scores:
SAT Critical Reading 440
ACT Reading 18, English 17
SAT Math 450
ACT Math 21
CPT Reading 83, Math 85