PowerPoint for Jr High Class Visits

January 16, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Arts & Humanities, Performing Arts, Drama
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Citadel High To inform To challenge To welcome

The Class of

2018

Phoenix

Courage, Honour, Strength

Citadel High School Your Counsellors:

A-F  T. MacDonald G – M plus Mac  C. Borden N – Z plus Mc  G. Luke/L. MacLean Courage, Honour, Strength

Student Services aka Guidance

Career & Academic Counselling Confidential Personal Counselling Connections to school & community Virtual Guidance Office (the VGO) www.chs.ednet.ns.ca

How High School Works Semesters 1st semester Sept. to Jan. 2nd semester Feb. to June Class Course Credit Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12

8 courses (credits) (4 per semester) 7 courses – one study period 6 courses – two study periods

21 courses (credits) in 3 years

Day by day - Schedule 4 courses every day (75 min.) 2 in the morning 2 in the afternoon

Daily Schedule Period

1 (9:00 10:15)

2 (10:20 11:35)

11:40 12:30 3 (12:40 1:50)

4 (1:55 3:10)

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Course 1

Course 2

Course 3

Course 4

Course 1

Course 2

Course 1

Course 4

Course 3

Course 2

LUNCH

LUNCH

LUNCH

LUNCH

LUNCH

Course 3

Course 4

Course 1

Course 2

Course 3

Course 4

Course 3

Course 2

Course 1

Course 4

Programs The following programs are offered at Citadel

English Program French Immersion Options and Opportunities – O2 International Baccalaureate Diploma - IB (English and French Immersion)

French Immersion Students must complete at least 9 French Immersion credits to receive a French Immersion certificate. We suggest the following for grade 10 French Immersion: Français 10 Sciences 10 Histoire 10 Arts Dramatiques 10 Mode de Vie Actif 11

Graduation Requirements 18 credits are required to graduate from a Nova Scotia High School • 13 are compulsory credits • 5 are elective credits • Maximum 7 grade 10 credits • Minimum 5 grade 12 credits

13 Compulsory Credits • 3 English • 2 Math • 2 Science • 2 Other from Technology, Math or Science • 1 Fine Arts (Art, Drama, Music, Dance)

• 1 Physical Education (PAL, Dance, Yoga, or Phys Ed)

• 1 Canadian History (CDH11, ACS11, GALS11, or MKS10)

• 1 Global Studies (GEO12 or HIS12)

Compulsory Credits English - 3 credits required, one from each grade level. All grade 10 students must take a grade 10 English course.

Mathematics - 2 required credits from different grade levels. All grade 10 students must take a grade 10 math course.

Compulsory Credits Science - 2 required: a “first science credit” plus any other science course. All grade 10 students should take Science 10 - it is a “first science credit”.

Other - 2 required credits from either: Technology, Science (above the 2 required science credits), Math (above the 2 required math credits) or any combination of the 3 Math, Science, or Technology.

Compulsory Credits Fine Arts - 1 required credit from either: Art, Music, Drama, or Dance. All grade 10 students should take a fine arts credit.

Physical Education -1 required credit from PAL11, Dance 11, Yoga 11, Phys Ed 10, 11, 12, Grade 10 students should choose from Phys Ed 10, PAL 11 , Yoga 11 or Dance 11.

Compulsory Credits Canadian History - 1 required credit from either: Mi’kmaq Studies 10, Canadian History 11 Histoire du Canada 11F, African Canadian Studies 11, or Gaelic Studies 11. Any Grade 10 student interested in completing the Canadian History requirement should choose Mi’kmaq Studies 10. Most students wanting to complete their French Immersion certificate will usually select Histoire du Canada 11F in grade 11

Global Studies - 1 required credit from either: Global History 12, Global Geography 12, or Geographie Planetaire 12. The Global Studies credit is completed in the student’s Grade 12 year.

Course/Credit Types Subject Name – English, Math, History, etc. Grade Level – 10, 11, or 12 Credit Type Advanced Academic Open Graduation

Academic Support Citadel High offers a number of supports for students: Resource: For students who require adaptations to meet course outcomes Learning Center: For students who require a program plan with individualized outcomes Student Support Room: For students who may seek extra-help in any subject area

Choosing Courses Try to pick courses because: You are interested in the topic You need the course to graduate You need the course to complete the FI certificate You are interested in future study of the topic You have the ability to do the course

Academic Planning Students can explore career and post-secondary options by: • Talking with parents and guardians • Visiting their guidance counsellor • Accessing the Virtual Guidance Office (VGO) www.chs.ednet.ns.ca/chsvgo • Exploring Internet and print resources

What Happens Next… Students should review their course builder and course selection sheet with their Parents/Guardians. The full course selection book can be found on the Citadel High home page in the drop-down menu www.chs.ednet.ns.ca or on the Virtual Guidance Office Website at http://chs.ednet.ns.ca/chsvgo/ Junior High Counsellors will assist each student in completing their formal course selection sheet which will then be sent home for parental/guardian approval and signature.

What Happens Next… Grade 9 Math and English teachers will make recommendations for you regarding proper placement for next year. These recommendations will appear on the back of the course selection sheet. If your wish to pursue alternative course selections, please have your parent/guardian sign in the indicated space. Submit all forms to your Counsellor at your school. You will receive your timetable on your first day at Citadel High.

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