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Basha High Freshmen Registration 2015-2016 Graduation Requirements Curriculum Area Chandler Schools Graduation Requirements Arizona University Entrance Requirements English 4 credits 4 credits Math 4 credits 4 credits Laboratory Science 3 lab science credits 3 lab science credits One credit in each of three different laboratory sciences selected from the following: Chemistry, Physics, or Biology. An integrated laboratory science or an advanced level laboratory science (Human Biology, Biotechnology, and Investigative Science) may be used to substitute for one required course. Social Studies 3 credits 2 credits World History, American/AZ History, US/AZ Government, Economics Career and Technical Education/ Fine Arts 1 credit 1 Fine Arts Credit Foreign Language 0 credit 2 credits Two years of the same language Physical Education 1 credit 0 credit Comprehensive Health ½ credit 0 credit Required Courses 16 ½ credits 16 credits Elective Courses 5 ½ credits 0 credits Total Required Credits 22 credits 16 credits Last Name First Name Student # Grade 2015 – 2016 Basha High School Freshman Registration Worksheet All registration is done via the Campus Portal of Infinite Campus. Students must log into the Campus Portal and register for courses. This worksheet is to prepare the students for this online registration. Students will turn this worksheet into the BHS counselors. Go to www.bashabears.com and select A+ Online Grades from the upper right. Students must select classes to fill six (6) periods. Students must provide at least two (2) alternate choice for electives. More can be entered online. Students in need of Off Campus Release Time (Seminary) must indicate by filling in one of their electives. This will replace one elective and yield no credit toward graduation. They will need a zero hour class as it is mandatory to be enrolled in six (6) credit earning classes. Placement in zero hour classes is not guaranteed. Students may select optional zero hour classes in addition to the required six (6). Possible zero hour classes are listed on the back of this form. They will only be offered if there is adequate enrollment and / or teaching personnel available. Zero hour classes are not guaranteed. You must provide your own transportation for zero hour classes. CORE COURSES – Select one course from each row. English English 9 Math **Honors World Studies (Block) *Honors English 9 ***Algebra 1/ Honors Geo (Block) Algebra 1 Honors Geometry Social Studies World History & Geography AP World History & Geography Science Investigative Science Honors Biology Honors Algebra 2 ***Honors Geo/ Honors Alg 2 (Block) **Honors World Studies (Block) *Honors English 9 students must visit the English Department page at www.bashabears.com for the summer reading project. **Honors World Studies is a Block (2 period per day) class where students receive credit for both Honors English 9 and AP World History & Geography. ***Algebra 1/Honors Geo and Honors Geo/Honors Alg 2 are Block (2 period per day) classes where students receive credit for Algebra 1 or Honors Geometry during the fall semester and Honors Geometry or Honors Algebra 2 during the spring semester. ELECTIVE COURSES – Write in the courses for two periods. Write in two alternate Electives. 1st Elective Fall Spring 2nd Elective Fall Spring 1st Alternate Elective Fall Spring 2nd Alternate Elective Fall Spring th Marching Band and Percussion are 7 period classes. They meet after school. Students signing up for these courses must complete the entire chart above and sign up for six (6) periods throughout the school day. Students who sign up for Release Time (Seminary) must sign up for a Zero Hour class. Release Time is a non – credit earning course assigned during 1st through 6th periods. ZERO HOUR COURSES – Zero Hour placement and courses are not guaranteed. Transportation is not provided for Zero Hour. Zero Hour Course Fall Spring Course Career and Technical Education Plants, Animals, and Leadership (PALS) Agriculture Engineering (must also be enrolled in PALS) Marketing Culinary Arts 1 Design and Fashion Merchandising 1 Early Childhood Education 1 Graphic Design 1 Multimedia and Film 1 Honors Intro to Engineering Design (STEM Class) Digital Photography 1 Sports Medicine 1 Air Force JROTC AS100 Journey Into Aviation AS500 Drill Team and Color Guard Fine Arts Company/Performance Dance (KDC) Introduction to Art Drawing and Painting 1 Drawing and Painting 2 Sculpture 1 Sculpture 2 Theatre Arts 1 Theatre Arts 2 Stagecraft Beginning Guitar Intermediate Guitar Concert Orchestra Concert Band JV Jazz Band Colorguard/Winterguard Marching Band (7th hour course – meets after school) Percussion (7th hour course – meets after school) Mens Choir Womens Choir Introduction to Music Theory World Language American Sign Language 1 French 1 Mandarin Chinese 1 Spanish 1 Spanish 2 Physical Education Intro to PE – Boys Intro to PE – Girls Freshman Football Locker Other Courses AVID (interview process) Honors Academic Decathlon Creative Writing Journalism Police Science Release Time (Seminary – no credit) Audition Required Length Full Full Full Full Full Full Full Full Full Full Full Year Year Year Year Year Year Year Year Year Year Year Full Year Full Year Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Full Year Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester Semester Full Year Full Year Full Year Full Year Semester Full Year Full Year Full Year Semester Full Full Full Full Full Year Year Year Year Year Full Year Full Year Full Year Yes Full Year Full Year Semester Full Year Semester Full Year Click on Course Registration Click on Course Search 1 2 Type a few characters of the class you are looking for, click Go, then find the class on the list to the right and click on it. 3 Click on Request this Course Course numbers ending in ‘A’ are 1st semester and ‘B’ indicates 2nd semester. For year-long courses, be sure to select both! Continue to select 1st and 2nd semester courses. A completed schedule is 24/24 units Zero hour and Marching Band will be more than a full schedule and you’ll need to put them as ‘alternate courses’. BHS will move them to the appropriate class period. Continue to select at least 2 alternate elective course options If you click on a class in error, or change your mind during the registration window, 1)click on class 2)click ‘Drop This Request’ 1 2 Print your request summary Counselors will collect your schedule summaries when we return to your school. Counselors will be returning on these dates, so be sure to complete your registration by: Santan: January 30th Payne: January 27th If you don’t register online or turn in a registration worksheet, we will be selecting your classes for you! Out of Boundaries? Turn in your registration worksheet and we will enter your course requests for you! Audition DatesChoir/Band/Orchestra/Student Government Choir Mid-May By appointment Contact Mr. Acker: [email protected] (480) 224-2281 Student Government Selections are made in early August. Band/Orchestra Mid-May TBD-Check www.bashahighschoolband.com for details Audition Dates-Dance Kismet Dance Co Choreography & Improv Must have completed a high school dance technique course prior to auditioning for this class. Kismet II, Advanced & Intermediate Dance Info about audition requirements and applications can be found at: www.bashabears.com / click on Faculty / click on Brooks,Pamela Scholarship Opportunities What to AIM for: All A’s and B’s in 16 core classes Above average test scores on ACT or SAT Extracurricular involvement (clubs, sports, music, dance, leadership, etc.) Impact Chandler Schools College scholarship/leadership opportunity through the Chandler Education Foundation Must maintain a 3.4 un-weighted GPA all 4 years Must have 95% attendance Must complete at least 100 hours of community service throughout high school, 35 are due at the end of the sophomore year Essay contest for scholarship Must enroll your Freshman year, listen for announcements Arizona Academic Scholars 4 English, 4 Math, 3 lab Sciences,3 social studies,2 foreign language, 2 fine art and/or CTE credits Grade of C or higher in above classes. Seal on your high school diploma. BHS Bell Schedule Monday – Tuesday - Friday O hour 6:30-7:20 1st hour 7:25-8:21 2nd hour 8:26-9:22 3rd hour 9:27-10:23 4th hour A lunch 10:28-10:59 lunch 11:04-12:12 class B lunch 10:28-11:04 class Wednesday and Thursday O hour 2nd/1st hour Conference A lunch B lunch lunch 9:50-10:46 class 11:22-12:18 class C lunch 9:50-11:42 class 11:47-12:18 lunch 6th/5th hour 12:17-1:13 1:18-2:14 9:50-10:21 10:46-11:17 lunch 11:40-12:12 lunch 5th hour 6th hour 9:17-9:45 10:26-12:18 class 11:40-12:12 class 10:28-11:40 class 7:25-9:17 4th/3rd hour 11:04-11:35 lunch C lunch 6:30-7:20 12:23-2:14 Counseling Counselor Alpha Nancy Spilsbury Stacy Cunningham Brian Snyder Makalla Fritz Rebecca Thompson Irene Blancarte Rita Fassinger A-CO CR-HE HI-ME MI-SA / AVID 9th SC-Z Counseling Secretary Career Center Some Key Points to Remember If you register for a math block, it will take 2 class periods (so you will have only 1 elective). There is a summer reading project for Honors English 9. Go to the English page at www.bashabears.com in late spring for details. If you are taking Geometry or higher, we recommend you also take Honors Biology. Fall Sports Available: Badminton, Cross Country, Girls Volleyball, Boys & Girls Golf, Football, Swimming, Freshman Tennis, and Spirit line. If you’ve taken the same foreign language in both 7th and 8th grade, then you may sign up for the 2nd year of that language. Be sure to sign up for classes that are available to 9th graders Beginning dance is not offered to 9th graders. Any class signed up for that isn’t offered to 9th graders will be removed from your schedule and one of your alternate choices will be selected. Marching Band and Percussion meet after school as a 7th hour class.