Welcome To San Ramon Valley High School Home of the Wolves Counselor Assignments A – Cha Jennifer Kessler 552-3035 Che – Ge Craig Ritts 552-3025 Gh – K Nancy Conti 552-3027 L – Ni Sara Spence 552-3045 No – Sch Jenifer Levy-Wendt 552-3092 Sci – Z Vivian Srouji 552-3033 Role of Counselor To Access Counselor: Drop in before school, during brunch or lunch or during the school day by appointment. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Students are encouraged to direct questions to individual counselor. Typical Services: Academic Counseling, Conflict Resolution, Post Secondary Planning, Referrals, Academic and personal crisis counseling. Important Dates April 5, AP Evening 7 pm PAC April 17, Home Room to return Course Selection Material April 28, College Connection 1-4:50 St. Mary’s College Important Dates Summer School at Los Cerros Middle School or Venture Session 1 6/22 – 7/13 8:00 am – 12:25 pm Session 2 7/16 – 8/3 8:00 am – 12:25 pm Remediation only Important Dates Packet Pick-Up – 8/16 and 8/17 Cafeteria 9:00 – 3:00 Wolf Pack Days – Tuesday - 8/21 8-12 and 3-7 Wednesday 8/22 7am -12pm 1st Day of School Monday - 8/27 Evening with Principal - 9/12 7:00 pm PAC Agenda Graduation Requirements Subject and Credit Requirements Course Selection College Entrance Requirements Question and Answer Session Graduation Requirements English 40 Credits Math - (Must Pass Algebra 1B or equiv) 20 Credits Social Studies 35 Credits Science 20 Credits Physical Education 20 Credits Foreign Language Visual/Performing Arts 20 Credits Vocational/Applied Arts Health 5 Credits Sub Total 160 Credits Electives 80 Credits Total 240 Credits Pass CAHSEE Length of School Day All 12th graders must be enrolled in periods 1 – 6 Period 1 – 6 required per district policy 8:30 – 3:10 M W TH FR 9:30 – 3:10 Tuesdays Optional seventh class – A Period (If available) 7:30 – 3:10 M W TH FR 8:40 – 3:10 Tuesdays Course Selection These are the planned course offerings for 2007-08 We strongly encourage you to follow recommended guidelines. Budget and enrollment may impact whether or not these courses are provided. English English 12 (Year) English Literature AP (Year) Composition (Year) Film as Literature (Year) Non College – Prep Social Studies American Government Law (Semester) (Semester) Psychology (Semester) American Gov. AP (Year) Psychology AP (Year) Economics (Semester) Vietnam Era (Semester) Economics AP (Year) Roots of Rock Music European History AP (Year) (Semester) Great Political Thinkers Civil War (Semester) & Mass Movements World War II (Semester) (Semester) AP Comparative Gov’t (Must be taken concurrently with English 12-Team taught) Mathematics Algebra 1 ( Year) Math Topics Advanced (Year) Standards Algebra (Year) Statistics AP (Year) Geometry (Year) Trig/Math Analysis Algebra 2 (Year) (Year) Algebra 2 Advanced Trig/Math Analysis (Year) Honors (Year) Calculus AB AP (Year) Calculus BC AP (Year) Physical Science Physical Earth Science (Year) Chemistry (Year) Chemistry Honors (Year) Chemistry AP (Year) Physics (Year) Physics Honors (Year) Physics B AP (Year) Life Science Life Science (Year) Biology (Year) Biology AP (Year) Anatomy/Physiology (Year) Environmental Science AP (Year) Physical Education See course selection for course listings World Languages French 1 (Year) Latin 1 (Year) French 2 (Year) Latin 2 (Year) French 3 (Year) Mandarin 1 (Year) French 4 Honors (Year) Spanish 1 (Year) French Language AP (Year) Spanish 2 (Year) German 1 (Year) Spanish 3 (Year) German 2 (Year) Spanish 4 Honors (Year) German 3 (Year) Spanish Language AP (Year) German 4 Honors (Year) Visual/Performing Arts All Year Long Courses Art 1 Art 3 Studio Art AP 3 D Art 1 Graphic Design 1 Dance 1 - 5 Photography Photography Adv Digital Photo Theatre Arts 1 – 4 Theatre Production Oral Interpretation Concert Band Jazz Band - Audition Jazz Ensemble - Audition Music Theory AP Visual/Performing Arts Symphonic Band - Audition Orchestra Men’s Ensemble Women’s Ensemble Treble Choir - Audition Concert Choir - Audition Chamber Singer - Audition Dance 1 – 5 Art of Video Production 1 Art & Animation 1 – ROP Multimedia 1 - ROP Vocational/Applied Arts Careers with Children (ROP) (Semester) Culinary Arts 1 (Semester) Culinary Arts 2 (Semester) Sun Java Programming (Comp 1)(Semester) Computer AP (Year) Web Page Design (Year) Internet Essentials (Semester) Auto 1 (Semester) Auto 2 (Semester) Alternative Fuels (Semester) Auto Technology (ROP) (Semester) Careers in Education (Semester) Business Computer Applications (ROP) (Semester) Sports Medicine (ROP) (Year) Non-Departmental Journalism (Semester) Speech 2 (Year) Yearbook (Year) Newspaper (Semester) Creative Writing (Semester) Engineering (Year) Work Experience (Semester) (Documentation Required) Marching Band (Semester) Unscheduled A (Fall, Spring ) Use for 6 Period Day College Courses on SRVHS Site • Intro to Business - Bus 109 (DVC) (Fall ) • BusMK 255/Advertising (DVC) (Spring) • Sign Language 280 (DVC) (Spring) Special Education Resource /Tutorial Full Inclusion Pre Transition IEP Required for all these programs Semester 1 Semester 2 English English Government Economics Alternate Choices Alternate Choices Community College Admission High School Graduation, California High School Proficiency Exam, or 18 years old Assessments in Math, Writing & Reading Comprehension Counseling Orientation Course Certificate Programs AA Degree 4 Year College Transfer CSU/UC Entrance a-g Requirements all courses must be completed with a grade of C or better a History (2 years): one year of World/European History; one year US History or one semester US and one semester American Government b English (4 years) c Math (3 years) must include Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2 d Laboratory Science (2 years) one year life, one year physical CSU/UC a-g Entrance Requirements e World Languages (completion of 2nd level of the same language) f Visual/Performing Arts (single year long approved course) g Elective (additional year or two semesters of SRVHS approved courses) Additional Requirements CSU UC SAT Reasoning Test SAT Reasoning Test or ACT or ACT Application deadline SAT II November 30th for (2 tests in different priority admissions subject areas) More information go to Personal Statement www.csumentor.edu November 30th Application deadline Comprehensive Review More information go to www.ucop.edu/pathways Independent Colleges/Universities and Public Out of State Colleges/Universities Check Admission Requirements Course Requirements Testing Requirements Grade Point Average Requirements (GPA) Letters of Recommendation (Private) Essays and/or personal statements Comprehensive Review Annual East Bay College Connection Date: April 28 Time: 1 - 4:50 Place: Saint Mary’s College Career Center Career Center Coordinators Candy Jewett, Carolyn Mackell 552-3007 Hours 8:00 - 4:00 Monday - Friday College/Testing/Career/Scholarship/ Volunteer Opportunities/Financial Aid/Work Permits/Job Board/ College Rep Visits/Computer Search,Videos and College Catalogues **Library Open M-W-TH-F 7:15 – 3:30, Tuesday 8:00 – 3:00 Checklist for Seniors Review high school transcript and status report. Make sure you are meeting high school graduation requirements Four year college must meet “a-g” requirements with at least a “C” grade. Use SRVUSD Summer School or DVC to remediate “D’s” & “F’s” Maintain solid college prep program for senior year Athletes Division I & II - complete NCAA Clearinghouse paperwork (Online www.ncaaclearinghouse.net) SAT/ACT Testing for UC/CSU complete by October, if possible. Send scores to colleges of your choice. CSU & UC Applications available in Career Center by October 1st - Apply On Line Attend College Fairs More College Information Prepare a resume, parent brag sheet, personal statement before requesting letters of recommendation (letters for private colleges). Community Service Visit colleges Maintain solid college preparatory program and GPA in senior year. File for Financial Aid January 1st Thank you for attending and have a pleasant evening.
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