Orcutt Academy High School WELCOME
Office Administration Principal – Ted Lyon firstname.lastname@example.org Dean of Counseling and Student Services – Laurel Schroeder email@example.com Students with the last names – M - Z Counselor – Monica Michel firstname.lastname@example.org Students with the last names A – L and all EL students 938-8550
Office Staff Administrative Assistant – Kim Domingues email@example.com Registrar and Attendance Technician – Sherry Keinert firstname.lastname@example.org 938-8595 – Absence Line Media and Career Specialist – Brenda Williams email@example.com ASB Secretary - Michelle Downing firstname.lastname@example.org
OAHS Pride • Mascot - Spartan • School Colors – Blue, White, Silver
School Expectations • Dress Code • Electronic equipment • 2.0 Policy • After School Tutorial • Attendance
School Involvement • Orcutt Academy is growing, but there are many ways to get involved: Student Government (ASB) Band (After School) Dances Clubs This area is going to expand BE AN ACTIVE SPARTAN!
Parking • Must have a pass. • Seniors may park in the lot in the front of the school. • All other student drivers may park in the lot behind the school. • Students can not park in OJHS staff lot. • Passes must be purchased in the office.
sports • Fall • Volleyball • Football • Cross Country • Tennis • Girls Golf • Winter • Basketball • Soccer • Spring • Volleyball • Tennis • Track • Golf • Swimming • Baseball/Softball
Advanced Placement • English Lit (12) • Calculus BC • Biology • Government • Statistics • World Cultures (10) • US History (11) • English Language (11) • Calculus AB
Parent Communication • Newsletter • Make sure we have your email address • Website • www.oahs.net • Email • email@example.com • (lschroeder) • AERIES – parent portal
Daily Schedule • 6 periods a day/ MTF---3 Blocks on W/TH • Lunch 40 minutes • Times • Monday, Tuesday, Friday • 7:40 to 2:50 • Wednesday, Thursday • 7:40 to 2:10
Spartan Seminar • Students are assigned a teacher 9th grade year. • Students stay with teacher all 4 years. • Community service hours turned in to Spartan Seminar teacher. • Team competitions. • Curriculum: • 9th – Academic • 10th – Personal and Social • 11th – Career • 12th - Transition
Counseling services • 9th grade group academic planning meetings • 10th – 12th grade individual academic conferences • Career Days, College Fairs and College Visits • Parent nights on a variety of post graduate planning related issues • Help choosing the right college for you and help applying • Help with scholarships and financial aid • Academic, Career and Personal / Social Counseling
Counseling • Personal/Social Counseling…… • Relationship, family, life, drama • Career Counseling…….. • College, work, life after high school (it does exist) • Academic Counseling……. • Grades, study skills, test taking, classes
UCLA: How many apply? GPA? 55, 437 12,660 4.09 - 4.42 75% 25% below
Many options after high school…. • Straight to a 4 year college • 2 year to a four year • 2 year degree • Career Tech Programs • Work • Military
UC Requirements History/Social Science - 2 years required: One year of U.S. History or ½ year of U.S. History and ½ year of civics or American Government. CSU requires one additional year of Social Science. UC requires one year of world history, cultures, and geography. English - 4 years required: Four years of college preparatory English Mathematics - 3 years required, 4 years recommended: Classes must include the topics of algebra, geometry, and intermediate algebra. Approved integrated math courses can also fulfill this requirement. Laboratory Science - 2 years required, 3 years recommended: CSU requires one biological and one physical. UC requires classes in at least two of the following areas: biology, chemistry, and physics. Language Other Than English (Foreign Language) - 2 years required, 3 years recommended: At least two years of the same language. Visual & Performing Arts - 1 year required: One yearlong course in dance, drama/theatre, music, or visual art. College Preparatory Electives - 1 year required: One additional year in any of the above A-F areas or other approved elective.
Community Service The following guidelines can help you determine what counts for community service, Non-paid: · Service to a government agency · Service to a not-for-profit local, national or international organization · Service to a school or school organization · Service to a religious organization Some ideas for community service include: Homeless Shelters, Food Banks, Beaches Cleanup, Tutoring
Upcoming Events • Back to School Night – August 23rd: 5:00 – 6:00 – BBQ 6:00 – 6:30 – Welcome, Introductions PTA/Booster Meeting 6:30 – Classroom visitations • First day of School: August 15th! • August 28th – Picture Day
Pe clothes • Business office will be taking the money for this. • Can send money to school with students.
QUESTIONS…. • Any questions that may pertain to the group? • We will also stick around after to answer questions you may want answered individually.