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EXPECTED SCHOOLWIDE LEARNING RESULTS

(ESLRS)

While working cooperatively, collaboratively and individually toward the achievement of goals, standards, and the development of

products:

  • Students will demonstrate effective communication and

comprehension skills, using a variety of forms of expression, tools, and technology

  • Students will be responsible citizens who will exhibit understanding of wellness, appropriate behavior, and tolerance of cultural and individual diversity

Students will be creative, complex thinkers, who will

demonstrate:

  • Logical organization of information

  • Application of concepts

  • Problem-solving skills

  • Critical analysis

CURRICULUM

All programs focus on supporting the success of all students, and attempt to address the multiple needs of a diverse student population. Instruction, student learning activities and assignments, and instructional materials and assessment procedures are aligned with district and state mandated curricular goals. Academic expectations are high and are communicated to staff, students, and parents through personal contact, written and phone communication, and daily website updates.

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North High offers a variety of Advanced Placement courses: English Literature, Spanish Language, French Language, Japanese Language & Culture, Statistics, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science, Psychology, World

History, U.S. History, Macroeconomics, and Government-Politics.

classes:

English (1, 2, &3), Spanish 2 & 3,

Korean

4

&

5,

It also offers Honors Geometry, Algebra 2,

Pre-Calculus, Biology and Anatomy/Physiology.

GRADING/CREDIT SYSTEM

Student progress is reported with the following grading system:

A Excellent—4 grade points B Above Average—3 grade points C Average—2 grade points D Below Average—1 grade point

Credit is given at the rate of 5 credit points for each one- period course completed successfully each semester. A one-period course for two semesters receives 10 credits; a two-period course successfully completed receives 10 credits for one semester and 20 credits

to

two

semesters.

The

A

composite

citizenship

Citizenship is reported as follows: E Excellent S Satisfactory U Unsatisfactory

grade is entered on the customary course load

transcript each semester for a year is 60 credits.

and reflects the citizenship grade given by a majority of the student's teachers.

G PA / C L A S S R A N K

Grade Levels Included:

Transcripts reflect grades earned by

the the

student from grade 8 through 12 for classes taken

at the high school.

Senior

class rank is

calculated

following the 7th of coursework.

semester

Courses Included: Courses included in the GPA are all those in which grades are given except Physical Education and Athletics.

Rank in Class: Class rank is based upon the student’s performance

in all credit

subjects

beginning with

the 9th

grade (with the

exception

of

Physical

Education

and

Athletics).

All Honors and

AP courses are weighted.

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