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Class of 2016 Juniors Counseling mission statement ERHS counselors advocate for all students to achieve academic success in a supportive environment. Foster responsible decision making & personal growth while creating a safe environment. Guide all students toward career & life goals in a diverse global community.
Who is my counselor? Mrs. Marshall Mr. Sanchez Mr. Dias Mr. Nelson Mrs. Hellickson Mrs. Snow Ms. Morris Ms. Lucero Mrs. Castanon Mrs. Gutman-Mendez A-B B-235 C-D B-235 E-Ha B-116 He-Le B-116 Li-M F-132 N-Ri F-132 Ro-S F-221 T-Z F-221 AVID A building Safety and Violence Prevention A building
GRADUATION • Students must successfully pass a total of 220 semester credits to graduate • Students must pass both the English and Math portions of the CAHSEE with a minimum of 350 on each section. Don’t delay if you need help!!.
Become familiar with Student Connection
Subject ERHS Cal State UC Language Arts 4 years Math 2 years Required including Algebra 1 a/b 3 yrs. Required 4 yrs. Recommended Science 2 years • 1 yr. Life • 1 yr. Physical 2 yrs. Lab Science Required 3 yrs. Recommended Social Science 3 years • World History • US History • Gov/Econ 2 yrs. Required Fine Arts or Foreign Language 1 year Fine Art or 1 year Foreign Language 1 year Fine Art and 2 yrs. Same Foreign Language 3 yrs recommended Physical Education 2 years None Health 1 semester None Elective Credits 75 credits 1 yr. of Advanced Courses Total Credits 220 credits Private Colleges Community College Admission Requirements will vary at each private college or university. Check college catalogs in career center or go on line for more information No subject requirements. 18 Years old or high school graduation or high school proficiency test Certificate.
Subject Social Science ERHS Cal State 3 years • World History • US History • Gov/ Econ UC 2 yrs. Required
Subject ERHS Cal State Language 4 4 years Arts years UC 4 years
Subject Math ERHS Cal State 2 years Required including Algebra 1 a / 1 b UC 3 yrs. Required 4 yrs. Recommended
Subject Science ERHS Cal State 2 years • 1 yr. Life • 1 yr. Physical 1 yr of Biological and 1 yr of Physical Science UC 2 yrs. Lab Science Required 3 yrs. Recommended
Subject Fine Arts or Foreign Language ERHS Cal State 1 year Fine Art or 1 year Foreign Language 1 year Fine Art and 2 yrs. Same Foreign Language UC 1 year Fine Art and 2 yrs. Same Foreign Language
Subject ERHS Cal State UC Physical Education 2 years None Health 1 semester None Elective Credits 75 credits 1 yr. of Advanced Courses
Credit Recovery v. Summer School v. Career Technical Education (CTE) v. Work Experience v. Adult Education v. Non-CNUSD Educational Institution v. Lee Pollard High School v. Odysseyware classes v. Odysseyware Centralized classes
College Athletics? v Visit NCAA Eligibility Center Website www. eligibilitycenter. org/ Athletes must submit transcripts the end of their junior year, so be sure to register early. v. Make sure to let your counselor know if you are a serious athlete and plan on playing a sport in college so that you meet NCAA requirements.
College Admission Exams • • 4 year colleges require SAT or ACT scores. You may take one or the other (or both). Start in the Spring of your Junior year. Sign up directly on their websites: www. collegeboard. corg (SAT) www. actstudent. org (ACT) See your counselor if you qualify for a fee waiver. Good news! ERHS is a testing site for SAT and ACT.
Juniors take the SAT for FREE on February 25 th, 2015 !!! • SAT Reasoning & Subject Tests • www. collegeboard. org • • October 11, 2014 SAT & Subject November 8, 2014 SAT & Subject December 6, 2014 SAT & Subject January 24, 2015 SAT & Subject March 14, 2015 SAT only May 2, 2015 SAT & Subject June 6, 2015 SAT & Subject Dates Test Registration September 12 October 9 November 6 December 29 February 13 April 6 May 8 ACT with Optional Writing Test • www. actstudent. org • • Dates September 13, 2014 October 25, 2014 December 13, 2014 • • • February 7, 2015 April 18, 2015 June 13, 2015 Registration August 8 September 19 November 7 Late August 22 October 3 November 21 January 9 March 13 May 8 January 16 March 27 May 22 Late September 30 October 28 November 24 January 13 March 3 April 21 May 27
PSAT The Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) is a standardized test that provides firsthand practice for the SAT. It also gives you a chance to enter NMSC scholarship programs and gain access to college and career planning tools. The PSAT/NMSQT measures: Critical reading skills Math problem-solving skills Writing skills The most common reasons for taking the PSAT are to: 1. Receive feedback on your strengths and weaknesses on skills necessary for college study. 2. See how your performance on an admissions test might compare with others applying to college. 3. Enter the competition for scholarships from NMSC (grade 11). 4. Help prepare for the SAT by becoming familiar with the kinds of questions and exact directions you will see on the SAT. 5. Receive information from colleges when you check "yes" to Student Search Service. The test will be held here at ERHS on October 15 th. The cost is $25. 00 and you can sign up now in the student store
Early Assessment Program • www. calstate. edu/eap • Allows you to skip the required CSU English and/or Math placement tests. • Some Community Colleges are using EAP results for English and Math placement.
Career Development Visit the Career Center!! • Career Research Programs: Career Cruising • Lunchtime College, Military & Career Presentations • College Testing Information & Materials • Scholarship & Financial Aid Information and assistance • College Fair • Career Fair • College Application Assistance
Career Research • www. careercrusing. com • Excellent website for career and college searches, financial aid information and much more. • Username: cnusd-student # • Password: intials plus birthdate • Example: Eleanor Roosevelt 12345 , Oct. 11, 1884 • Username: CNUSD-12345 • Password: er 101184
Vocational, Technical, and Career Schools • • • www. search 4 careercolleges. com Check specific websites Shorter programs Fees will vary ITT or Fashion Institute
California Community Colleges • • www. cccco. edu www. norcocollege. edu Must have a diploma or be 18 years old Must take an English and Math placement test • Three types of programs: – AA degree, – Certificate – Transfer track to a 4 -year school (CSU/UC)
University of California College System vwww. ucop. edu/pathways v. Admits the Top 9% of California seniors v. Requires the ACT with the writing or the SAT Reasoning Test. v. Requires “a-g” Pattern of Coursework v. Personal Statement v. Visit the schools
California State University vwww. csumentor. edu v. Admits the top 33% of California seniors v. Requires the ACT or SAT Reasoning Test v. Requires “a-g” pattern of coursework v. Visit the schools to get a feel for the campus
California Private Universities & Out of State Colleges vwww. californiacolleges. edu vwww. aiccu. edu v. Check specific college websites v. Fees will vary v. Visit the campus you are interested in attending
How much does college cost per year ? • • • Community Colleges total = $13, 891 California State University total = $23, 030 University of California total = $33, 100 Private colleges total = $50, 470 plus Visit California. Colleges. edu
Financial Aid • The application process: ERHS sponsors a financial aid workshop night for seniors and their parents. You will receive help filling out the FAFSA Free Application for Federal Student Aid. • Learn about types of aid: Grants, Loans, Work-Study programs • Learn how to qualify • Visit www. fafsa. ed. gov
Scholarships • Career Center (Ask Ms. Roeder!!) • National and regional scholarships (career center and check the scholarship wall in F 132) • Financial Aid websites (check on the ERHS website for Financial Aid websites) • Local scholarships (Senior Handbook) • Listen to announcements for scholarship opportunities • School based scholarships
Junior Grade Level Handbook • The information in this presentation is contained in greater detail in your Junior Handbook. • ERHS website, “Counselors, ” “Grade Level Handbooks, ” “ 11 th grade Handbook” • Your counselor will be calling you in for appointments in the near future.