High School Planning and Scheduling
In high school life is a little different than it has been for students in elementary and middle school. Students no longer move up to the next grade based on recommendations. High School student grade level is determined by the number of credits he/she has. For parents and students this can be confusing. The video below is designed to give you a basic understanding of how credits are earned and how they are significant in high school.
Every student is required to have a Personal Plan of Study in his/her folder. Students should think of it as a road map that they need to ensure they their destination. Upper level courses have prerequistes and it requires planning to stay on target for graduation if a student is interested in classes like Building Trades or classes offered by South Central Career Center in West Plains.
High School Transcripts are like a resume for high school students. It tells employers and colleges the classes a student took in high school, grades, attendance, tardies, and test scores. The video below helps you understand in more details, what it all means.