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Drake High School Sophomore Planning

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  1. Drake High SchoolSophomore Planning Conference Goals: Recognize & access resources to explore personal, academic & career goals Understand how current choices impact your future Understand the importance of Balance Know how to communicate effectively Identify personal strengths, values challenges & boundaries

  2. New Options and Choices What are you interested in? What challenges do you want to pursue? What are your goals? Not all about getting ready for the future Live in present, learn, grow, participate, ENJOY! Is there anything you still want to try at Drake? ~ Sports ~ Clubs~ Community Service ~ Summer Opportunities (Information through College Career Center) Balancing Life

  3. College of Marin College Credit Program (“CCP”)* Summer ~~ Concurrent Allows students attending high school to enroll in college courses in advanced scholastic and vocational programs $46 per unit charge Talk with your Ms Souder

  4. Exploring the College & Career CenterLisa Neumaier lneumaier@tamdistrict.org 415/458-3481 Career Exploration Community Service Internships – Greg Davison (gdavison@tamdistrict.org 415/458-3484) Summer Programs Job Board & Work Permits

  5. For Graduation: Courses Grades (make up D’s & F’s) High School Exit Exam For College Entrance: GPA - Soph & Junior years : extremely important for college Science and Math (4 yrs rec’d) Foreign Language ( 2 req’d, 3 rec’d) SAT/ACT Exams Review TranscriptsHigh School v College Requirements

  6. Academy Choices & AP’s COMAcad: Jr/Sryr English, US History, Econ/Am Gov’t & Digital Productions SEA-Disc: Chemistry, Environmental Science, AP Env Science, US History, Econ/Am Gov’t &Senior internship AP Options/Questions – review Matrix

  7. Making Choices/Keeping Balance “CW”: Jan 23rd & 24th Make choices based on your interest – not your friends Maturing means making your own decision based on your goals. This includes the decision to take an Academy, take AP courses &select interesting electives Sometimes choosing one thing means foregoing another Courses are offered based on student requests ACADEMY FORMS – Due TODAY!!!

  8. Scheduling ~Meet grad requirements ~ Pre-requisites ~ Take challenging courses for college ~ Maintain balance ~ AP/Honorsclasses ~ Eschool Schedule HOW TO ~ Schedule Due: 2/14/14

  9. Treasure Hunt &Sophomore Conference Survey Get into small groups & spend 15 minutes on the Treasure Hunt Take the Survey on Souder’s website under Sophomore Year Info

  10. Q &A