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Student Plan of Study

Remember this is a working document, so make it work for you! –
» Draw up a mock six-year schedule.
Give yourself the flexibility to change it as you go along. This allows you to see from the start what classes are required for graduation and college admission. During your senior (12th grade) year, you will not have to scramble to fit in a required course you missed early on or have to make it up in summer school.

Grade Level

» If you are in the 8th and 9th Grades follow these directions


Print a “Blank Student Plan of Study” worksheet that fits your high school schedule. List required courses for high school graduation for each school year. Using your chosen career cluster and pathways, choose appropriate electives to complete your high school schedule. Be sure your plan meets your high school and college entrance requirements. Write in your first two years after high school. Total the units for each year to reach the required number for graduation. Review courses annually and revise if needed. File your schedule in a safe place.

» If you are in the 10th , 11th , & 12th Grades follow these directions

Print a “Blank Student Plan of Study” worksheet that fits your high school schedule.
Using your current high school transcript, record the courses and programs already completed. Be sure to record all course work for ninth grade and above. (Note: Some eighth-grade courses may be counted for high school credit – Foreign Language, etc.). Record the current academic and Career Tech program or courses in which you are currently enrolled. Compare completed course work with your high school requirements and document those requirements still to be earned. Using your chosen career cluster and pathways, choose appropriate academic and Career Tech courses to complete your high school schedule. Be sure your plan meets your high school and college entrance requirements. Write in your first two years after high school. Total the units for each year to reach the required number for graduation. Review courses annually and revise if needed.

»Now it is time to transfer your information on to the 'Career Cluster Sample Plan of Study'. You'll find the link in the left menu.


 




 

 

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