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					 Science
   and
Technology
 Program
Samuel Ogle
Middle School

 Class of 2009

 Class of 2013
 Science and Technology Center
Eleanor Roosevelt High School
Oxon Hill High School
Charles Herbert Flowers High School
         1976
225 students/grade level
Oxon Hill High School

           1982
 150 students/grade level
Charles Herbert Flowers High School

                2000
       150 students/grade level
The Science & Technology Program

      • 4 year program
      • Emphasis in science,
        math and pre-
        engineering
        technology
      • 13 credits in science
        and technology
        courses
   What Are the Requirements?

Core requirements               10 credits
Advanced S/T courses 3 credits
------------------------------------------------
Total S/T courses               13 credits
        Core Courses
Grade      Required Courses
  9        Biology S/T
           Engineering Foundations 1
           Math
 10        Chemistry S/T
           Engineering Foundations 2
           Math
 11        Physics S/T or AP Physics B
           Math
 12        Research Practicum
           Math
3 Credits Required in Advanced Science/tech
                   Courses
           in the Following Areas:


       Science
            Engineering
                 Mathematics
                      Computer Science
                 Science
• YEAR-LONG
  COURSES
• Bio-organic chemistry • SEMESTER COURSES
• Geology               • Microbiology
• Genetics              • Physiology
• AP COURSES            • Astronomy
• AP Biology            • Forensics Science
• AP Chemistry
• AP Physics C
• AP Environmental Science
Pre-engineering Technologies
 •   Energy Systems
 •   Electrical Systems
 •   Production Systems
 •   Structural Systems
 •   Architectural Drafting
 •   Engineering Drafting
                         Math

•   Computer Science
•   AP Computer Science
•   AP Statistics
•   AP Calculus
•   Calculus 3/Differential Equations
Is it right for me?
Is There More Than Just
        Science
         Math
          and
     Technology?
                  YES!!!!!!
•   Art                  •   Journalism
•   Business             •   Music
•   Drama                •   Physical Education
•   English              •   ROTC
•   Foreign Language     •   Sign Language
•   Family and           •   Yearbook
    Consumer Science
AP English Lang             AP Psychology
   AP English Lit               AP US History
                                  AP World History
AP French                           AP Economics
  AP Latin                             AP Government
   AP Spanish
AP Biology                   AP Computer Science
  AP Chemistry                 AP Calculus
    AP Physics B                 AP Statistics
       AP Physics C
        AP Environmental Science
What would I take
  each year?
                Grade 9
Biology S/T
Engineering Foundations 1
Math- Course determined by math placement test
English 9 Honors
US History Honors
Elective
Elective
         Grade 10
         Chemistry S/T
    Engineering Foundations 2
              Math
       English 10 Honors
L/S/N Government (Honors or AP)
            Elective
            Elective
      Grade 11
 Physics S/T or AP Physics B
            Math
     English 11 Honors
        World History
Advanced Science/Tech Course
           Elective
           Elective
       Grade 12
    Research Practicum
           Math
        A.P. English
Advanced Science/Tech Course
Advanced Science/Tech Course
          Elective
          Elective
                   Sports
Cross-country         Swimming
Girls Soccer          Indoor Track
Boys Soccer           Baseball
Volleyball            Softball
Football              Tennis
Wrestling             Track
Boys Basketball       Lacrosse
Girls Basketball      Golf
               Join an Activity
Junior Civitan           Ecology Club
Mock Trial               Black Student Association
It’s Academic            Asian Student Association
Music Theater            Toastmasters
Aloniz                   Class Activities
Step Club                Medical Ethics Club
National Honor Society
                  Step 1
• Return your application to your counselor
  by the deadline!
Step 2
Work Hard!
       GPA- How it’s calculated…
          Qtr 1     Qtr 2     Qtr 3     Qtr 4     Qtr 1
          Grade 7   Grade 7   Grade 7   Grade 7   Grade 8
Math

Science

English

Social
Studies
GPA x25=GPA Score
                    Try this…
          Qtr 1     Qtr 2     Qtr 3     Qtr 4     Qtr 1
          Grade 7   Grade 7   Grade 7   Grade 7   Grade 8
Math      B         A         B         A         A
Science   B         B         B         B         A
English   B         A         A         B         A
Social    B         B         A         A         A
Studies
          Substitute values and add
           Qtr 1     Qtr 2     Qtr 3     Qtr 4     Qtr 1
           Grade 7   Grade 7   Grade 7   Grade 7   Grade 8
Math       B         A         B         A         A
Science    B         B         B         B         A
English    B         A         A         B         A
Social     B         B         A         A         A
Studies
           12        14        14        14        16
        Find Average and Score
• Add              • Find average:
          12          70 / 20 =
          14          3.5
          14
          14       • Find Score
          16          3.5 x 25 =
          70          87.5
Step 3
The TEST!
              Review Math
•   Whole Numbers   •   Add
•   Fractions       •   Subtract
•   Decimals        •   Multiply
•   Percents        •   Divide
•   Proportions
•   Pre-Algebra     • Practice
•   Algebra             – Accuracy
                        – Speed
    Your Score…………………
Part 1        Reading Comprehension
              Perfect Score =99
Part 2        Math- basic skills through Algebra
              Perfect Score =99


Total Score   Verbal Score+ Math Score + GPA Score
            Important Dates
• December 6- Science/Tech Test
  – Sites: Eleanor Roosevelt H.S., Oxon Hill H.S.,
    Charles Herbert Flowers H.S.,
    Martin Luther King Middle School,
    Benjamin Tasker Middle School,
    Hyattsville Middle School

  • Mid-Jan-Mid Feb- Notification of Results
              Acceptance
Eleanor Roosevelt High School accepts the
  top 225 scores, Oxon Hill High School and
  Charles Herbert Flowers High School
  accept their top 150 students.
Center is determined by the student’s home
  address.
The boundaries of each center are strictly
  enforced.
Good Luck to...

      the
 Class of 2013!

				
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