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Academic Block

2018-2019 Academic Block Information

Academic Block “A”


What is ACADEMIC “BLOCK A”? 

(Applications are being accepted from Seniors  NOW through Monday, March 11, 2019.)

 

The Academic Block program is designated to acknowledge academic success. Students interested in obtaining an Academic Block must apply, much like the athlete that must try out and participate in a sport, to receive an Athletic Block.

 

Students wishing to apply for Academic Block “A” should review the application requirements and complete an application. Applications will only be accepted from Mon. March 4 until Monday, March 11,  2019. 

See more information under the About & Departments/ Academics Tab.

Academic Block Application 2018-19

ACADEMIC BLOCK APPLICATION 2018-2019

 

1,000  POINTS  NEEDED TO EARN  AN

ACADEMIC  BLOCK CERTIFICATE

 

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Attach a Transcript. Write the points next to each course on the transcript.
  2. Write and circle total number of points at top of transcript.
  3. Turn completed transcript with points in to Mrs. D'Audney in the Career Center no later than Monday, March 11, 2019.
  4. Students who qualify for an Academic Block Certificate do NOT NEED to purchase a Block. They will be provided to those who apply and qualify for it, and will be presented at the senior awards ceremony.

 

Due by Monday, March 11, 2019 to Mrs. D'Audney in the Career Center 

HONORS COURSES

AP/HONORS:  A = 50

                           B = 40

COLLEGE PREP COURSES

College Prep :  A = 40

                          B = 30

GENERAL COURSES

General:  A = 30

               B = 20 

English Honors – 9, 10         English AP – 11, 12                                            

English CP – 9, 10, 11, 12

SDC (Sp. Ed.) English/Math/History/Health/Tutorial

European History AP

US History AP

Expository, Reading, Writing Course (ERWC)

Marketing 1, 2

American Government AP

AP Economics

American Government; Economics

Geometry and Foundational Algebra (GFA); Discovering Geometry

Accelerated Algebra 2/Precalculus

World History; US History

Computer Operations; Media Arts; Geography; Civics; Intro to Computer Science

Geometry Honors

 Psychology

Health

Alg 2/Trig Honors

California History; American Sports History

Leadership 1, Leadership 2 

Pre Calculus Honors

Algebra 2/Trig., Algebra 2 (Int. Algebra); Trigonometry

ELD/ESL 1, 2 Connections

AP Calculus AB, BC

Accelerated Geometry/Algebra 2

AVID 9, 10, & AVID Tutor

AP Statistics

Algebra 1; Geometry

Business Math

AP Computer Science A

Pre-Calculus

Culinary Arts 1, 2 and Event Planning & Catering (CTE)

AP Computer Science Principles

Calculus

Biology Honors, AP

Intro. to Statistics

Sculpture 1

Chemistry Honors, AP

Bio-Technology, Bio-Chemistry

Parent/Family Living

Physics Honors, AP Physics 1, 2, C

NGSS 1; Int. Science

Physical Education 9, 10, 11-12, Athletic PE

AP Environmental Science

Anatomy/Physiology, Adv. Anatomy

Team Sports 1,2; Wt. Training 1,2

French 4 Honors, 5AP, 6AP

Science (CP) – Physics in the Universe, Biology, Living Earth, Chemistry, Physics

Bioethics

Spanish 4 AP, 5AP

Marine Biology

TA/Office Assistant/Chemical Tech

Chinese 6 AP

Intro. Engineering Design ; Principles of Engineering; Digital Electronics;  (PLTW)

RSP Tutorial/Core Support

AP Studio Art

American Sign Language 1, 2

ALL MVROP Courses (unless College Prep)

AP Psychology

French 1, 2, or 3

 

Living Earth Honors

Mandarin/Chinese 1, 2, 3, or 4

 

 

Spanish 1, 2, or 3

 

 

 World Mythology; Legends and Folklore  

    

Dig. Photo 1, 2, 3

 

 

Architectural Design 1, 2, 3, 4

 

 

Art 1, 2, 3, 4 Studio Art

    

 

Band – Band1/Concert/Symphonic/Marching/Jazz

 

 

Guitar 1, 2

 

 

Choir 1, 2

 

 

Drama 1,2, 3, 4, Adv.

 

 

Journalism 1, 2; Publications 1, 2

 

 

Legends; World Mythology

 

 

Sculpture 2

 

 

ALL MVROP Courses with A-G Designation

 

 

Exploring Computer Science