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WELCOME CLASS OF 2023 ADMINISTRATION: Robert Knight, Principal Joel Bowman, Assistant Principal Amanda Garcia, Assistant Principal Wayne Pittman, Career Technical Director COUNSELING DEPARTMENT: Emily Calcote, A-G Dawn Tisdale, H-O Melissa Morgan, P-Z Brooke Walter, Career Technical Counselor Jon Lawless, Behavioral Counselor Brenda Caldwell, Records Clerk

REQUIRED COURSES FOR 9 GRADE: English I US Government / Economics Botany / Environmental Science Foundations of Algebra Algebra I Keystone TH CHOICE SHEET: GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: TRADITIONAL DIPLOMA: Traditional Diploma

Graduation Requirements Required Subjects 4 Credits English 4 Credits Math 3 Credits Science English I, English II Algebra I Biology I MS Studies (1/2), World History (1), US History (1), Economics (1/2), US Government (1/2) 3.5 Credits Social Studies 1/2 Credit PE 1/2 Credit Health

1 Credit Art 1 Credit CCR Taught either Junior or Senior year OR taught in a 4course sequence beginning in the 9th grade 1 Credit Technology or Computer Science 5.5 Credits Electives Total Credits: 24 Traditional Diploma Option Notes: Student must choose endorsement before entering 9th grade For early release, student must have met ACT subscores (17 English; 19 math) or earn a Silver on ACT WorkKeys for the CTE Endorsement Student who have not met one of the above for early release must meet ALL of the following: * 2.5 GPA * Passed or met all MAAP assessment requirements for graduation * On track to meet all diploma requirements for graduation * Concurrently enrolled in Essentials of College Math or Essentials of College Literacy

CAREER AND TECHNICAL ENDORSEMENT: Career and Technical Endorsement Graduation Requirements Required Subjects 4 Credits English 4 Credits Math 3 Credits Science English I, English II Algebra I Biology I MS Studies (1/2), World History (1), US History (1),

Economics (1/2), US Government (1/2) 3.5 Credits Social Studies 1/2 Credit PE 1/2 Credit Health 1 Credit Art 1 Credit CCR 1 Credit Technology or Computer Science 4 Credits CTE Electives 3.5 Credits Additional Electives Taught either Junior or Senior year Must complete a 4-course sequential program of study to be a completer in CTE Electives must meet the advanced elective requirements in the IHL CPC

Total Credits: 26 Additional Requirements: 2.5 Overall GPA Silver level on ACT WorkKeys Successfully complete one of the following: -One CTE DC course or the Community College approved CTE articulated dual credit -Complete an industry-based work expereince or the Career Pathway Experience -Earn a State Board of Education approved national credential ACADEMIC ENDORESEMENT: Academic Endorsement Graduation Requirements Required Subjects 4 Credits English

4 Credits Math 3 Credits Science English I, English II Algebra I + 2 addional math courses above Algebra I Biology I + 2 additional science courses above Biology I MS Studies (1/2), World History (1), US History (1), Economics (1/2), US Government (1/2) 3.5 Credits Social Studies 1/2 Credit PE 1/2 Credit Health 1 Credit Art 1 Credit CCR 1 Credit Technology or Computer Science 7.5 Electives

Taught either Junior or Senior year Electives must meet the advanced requirements in the IHL CPC Total Credits: 26 Additional Requirements: 2.5 Overall GPA Courses must meet MS IHL CPC Requirements Earn MS IHL & Community College readiness benchmarks (ACT sub scores of 17 English and 19 math or completion of appropirate college-ready courses in senior year Successfully complete one of the following: -Earn a C or higher in any AP course and take the exam -Earn a C or higher in a Diploma Program-IB course and take the exams -Earn a C or higher in an academic dual enrollment course

DISTINGUISHED ACADEMIC ENDORSEMENT: Distinguished Academic Endorsement Graduation Requirements Required Subjects 4 Credits English 4 Credits Math English I, English II Algebra I + 2 additional math courses above Algebra I Biology I + 2 additional science courses above Biology I MS Studies (1/2), World History (1), US History (1), Economics (1/2), US Government (1/2)

4 Credits Science 4 Credits Social Studies 1/2 Credit PE 1/2 Credit Health 1 Credit Art 1 Credit CCR 1 Credit Technology or Computer Science 8 Electives Taught either Junior or Senior year Electives must meet the advanced elective requirements in the IHL CPC Total Credits: 28 Additional Requirements:

3.0 Overall GPA Courses must meet MS IHL CPC Requirements Earn national college-readiness benchmarks on each subtest established by ACT (sub scores of 18 English and 22 math) or SAT Successfully complete one of the following or a combination of three advanced courses: -Three AP course with a B or higher and take the appropriate AP exam -Three IB course with a B or higher and take the appropriate exams -Three dual credit course earning B or higher MISSISSIPPI SCHOLARS: MISSISSIPPI SCHOLARS TECH MASTER: CLUBS/EVENTS:

Beta Club Mu Alpha Theta National Honor Society National Spanish Honor Society Spanish Club Interact Club Red Bus Project

Red Cross Club Relay for Life Politics and Social Issues Forum Chess Club Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Future Business Leaders of America Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Future Farmers of America Health Occupations Students of America Skills USA Robotics Polymer Club Educators Rising OTHER INFORMATION: PHS Show Choir tryouts- TBA, Mrs. Luckett will visit PMS to give information Class of 2023 Google Classroom- Access code: fy053o Follow us on Twitter! @PetalHighSchool

@PetalGuidance @PetalSchoolsCTE IMPORTANT DATES: Friday, January 25, 2019- Choice sheets due to history teacher Tuesday, January 29, 2019- Students enter class choices in Active Student during history class. PHS counselors will assist Tuesday, January 29, 2019- Priority deadline for

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