Incoming Freshman Registration Powerpoint - Xavier High School

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Agenda


Prayer


Link Crew


Welcome


Tuition


Financial Aid


Scholarships


Work Study


Busing


Guidance


Graduation requirements


Academic credit


Guidance programs


Curriculum Information by
Department


Registration Information


Online course registration
process


Q&A


Registration in computer labs


Tours

Welcome


Prayer


Mr. Steve
Hurula



Representative: Mr. Matt
Reynebeau



Tuition


Financial Aid


Scholarships


Work Study


Busing


Tuition for 2013
-
14



Tuition for 2013
-
14


$6,770 (3.8% increase over 2012
-
13)


For up to 8.5 credits (June thru May)
-

$254 for each additional half
credit



Deduct $250 from the tuition of Xavier student(s) if:


More than one student from immediate family registered at Xavier


One student at Xavier & additional student at:


Another St. Francis Xavier campus or


Subsidizing regional parish school


Tuition for 2013
-
14




Tuition applies to students from:


Appleton & regional subsidizing parishes



Additional tuition of $2,200 applies to:


Any student
not

belonging to an Appleton, Neenah/Menasha, or
regional subsidizing parish



Additional tuition of $2,200 with a 20% discount applies to:


Students who are members of a Catholic parish that is not a
subsidizing parish of Xavier (other than Neenah/Menasha
parishes)


Discount of $1,794 applied when parish membership is
confirmed




Fees for 2013
-
14


Band/Orchestra Fee: $165


Chorus Fee: $95



Forensics/Mock Trial


/Math League Fee: $58 each


Athletic Fee: $140 per sport


The above tuition includes all fees except for:


Financial Aid and Discounts



Financial Aid


Over $310,000 was distributed in 2012
-
13


Apply for financial aid online by March 8, 2013


www.factstuitionaid.com



Pick up an application


Xavier Office


St. Francis Xavier Central Office


2% discount paid upon request when tuition is paid
in full by June 30, 2013.


$1,000 tuition discount for hosting an international
student plus a $500/month housing stipend

Scholarships



Supplemental Scholarships based on need:


Bradley Williams Memorial Scholarship


Fox Valley Health Professions Scholarship


Reverend Donald M.
Zuleger

Scholarship


Thomas
Meehl

Memorial Scholarship


Raymond P.
Georgen

Memorial Scholarship


Scholarships for students from St. John, Little Chute

Scholarships & Work Study



Scholarships
not

based on need


Dr. Charles
Dungar

Memorial Scholarship (St. Mary Parish)


Fr. Mike O’Rourke Memorial Scholarship (St. Mary Parish)


Xavier Student Government Leadership Scholarships


KCSS Scholarships


Scholarships for Pianists


Contact your parish for additional opportunities


Work Study


Xavier hires students to work during the summer


Application in upcoming News & Notes


SCRIP


65% of SCRIP profits are credited to your tuition


After March 31
st
, profits can be applied to next year’s tuition

Guidance


Representative:

Mrs. Lori Schuh


Graduation requirements


Academic credit


Guidance programs

Guidance
-

Graduation Requirements


Religion


4


English


4


Math


3


Science


3


Fine Arts


1


Social Studies


3




PE


1.5


Health
-

0.5


Business


1


Electives


8


Total: 29 credits



Christian Service: 0.5


80 hours



Guidance


Academic Credit


17 core academic credits


Basic eligibility for college entrance


Include:


4 English, 3 Math, 3 Science, 3 Social Studies, 4 other
academic electives


Academic electives include:


World Languages


OR more of other required categories

Guidance


Programs


Students split by alphabet



A
-
L with Mrs. Schuh



M
-
Z with Mrs. Hammen


Each student is seen individually at least


once per year and several times in


classroom groups.


Guidance


Programs


Link Crew Program


Sophomore year meeting:


Individual Planning Conference


Student, parent(s), counselor


Discuss overall progress


Plan for junior & senior years



Can also meet for:


Academic concerns


Personal social issues


Career & college planning


Guidance


Programs


Classroom Guidance


Go into classrooms yearly to cover:


Career exploration


College process


Suicide prevention


Course registration


Testing process & returning results


Graduation

Guidance


Programs


SAP


Student Assistance Program:


Small group opportunities


Conducted by school counselors


Topics vary


Based on student concerns


Guidance Website:


Xavier website


Academics


Guidance


Topics include:


Information for college, ACT prep, scholarships


Job shadowing, career exploration


http://xavier.acesxavier.k12.wi.us/academics/guidance

Curriculum


Learning Services


Teacher representative: Ms. Barb
Asmuth






Mrs. Cindy
Winkelman



Goal: Committed to Learning Success


Assistance for any student seeking academic success


Offer a wide variety of services for different learning styles


Assessment, evaluation, supplemental resources,


tutoring, mentoring, alternate learning tools


Assistance for English Language Learners


Two department members:


Mrs. Cindy
Winkelman
, Learning Specialist


Ms. Barb
Asmuth
, Learning Advocate




Curriculum


Learning Services


Provide Tutoring:


Subject specific


Study skills in general


Other learning resources for subjects


English assistance for international students


Test Proctoring


Screening tests and diagnostic & prescriptive testing


Standardized Tests


Analysis of strengths and weaknesses


Assist teachers in classrooms


Post study aids

and learning resources on our websites




Curriculum
-

Science


Teacher representative:
Mrs. Donna
Dumke







Mrs. Ginny
Suechting


Goal of a science student at Xavier


Finding answers that are


Reliable


Repeatable


Well supported with accurately measured data





Curriculum
-

Science


Required freshman courses


Laboratory Science
Foundations &


Introduction to Physics or


Critical Thinking in Science


Electives:


Introduction to Chemistry


Summer Lab Science & Biology


Introduction to Engineering Design
(Summer PLTW)


Principles of Engineering
(Winter PLTW)


Aerospace Engineering
(Winter PLTW)


Biology





Project Lead The Way


Elective program for students wishing to pursue an
Engineering or Biomedical Science track



Intro to Engineering Design (IED)


(summers)


Principles of Engineering (POE)


(summer & winter in 2013
-
14 then summers)


Aerospace Engineering (AE)


(winters beginning in 2013
-
14)


Digital Electronics (DE)


(winters beginning in 2014
-
15)


Biotechnical Engineering (BE)


(summers beginning in 2015)


Engineering Design & Development (EDD)


(winters beginning in 2015
-
16)


Principles of Biomedical Sciences (PBS)



(summers)


Human Body Systems (HBS)



(winters beginning in 2013
-
14)


Medical Interventions (MI)



(winters beginning in 2014
-
15)


Biomedical Innovation (BI)



(winters beginning in 2015
-
16)

Curriculum


Math


Teacher representative: Mr. Ron
Lohse

& Mr. Burt Blank


Courses for Freshmen:


Pre
-
Algebra


Algebra 1


Honors Algebra 1


Honors Geometry


Honors vs. Regular


Calculus or not Calculus


MAP Testing


Recommendations



Curriculum
-

English


Teacher representative: Ms.
Marnie

Centen



4 year program


Honors vs. Regular


Honors in Senior year = college credit thru St. Norbert


Important for students to be placed correctly

Curriculum
-

English


Honors?


How to decide


Standardized tests


Stanines of 7, 8, or 9 in reading & language arts


MAP test


High or high average competencies in reading & language


~1200 within their lexile range for success in literature


Interest in challenging material


Greek Mythology


Great Expectations


Reading & language arts teacher recommendation





Curriculum
-

Religion


Teacher representative: Mr. Steve
Hurula





Freshman
Theology


Christian Leadership



Overview of the Bible

Curriculum


Social Studies


Teacher representative:
Mrs. Monica Jones & Mrs.
Thrish

Birr
-
Zimmer


Freshman requirement


Intro to Western Civilization (0.5
cr
)


Study:


Middle East


Egypt


Ancient Greece


Ancient Rome


Short research paper is required


Other options:


Geography


Mock Trial


AP classes available


as junior and seniors



Curriculum


World Languages


Teacher representative: Mr. Jim Pfefferle






Mrs. Linda Schraufnagel








Cornerstone for language learning


Communication and culture


Goal is for students to learn:


How, when, and why to say what to whom



Curriculum


World Languages


Why take a world language?


Fun


Part of a larger world & global economy


Useful for travel and professions


Math & verbal scores on the ACT/SAT


Increase with each additional year of language study


Many universities have language requirements


Good to have your options open


College
-
credit classes & retroactive credits



Curriculum


World Languages


Chinese levels 1
-
4


French levels 1
-
5


German levels 1
-
5


Spanish levels 1
-
5


Travel opportunities


Germany and Spanish speaking country


World Language Honor Societies



Curriculum


Business & Info Tech


Teacher representative


Mrs. Karen Hoffman/Mrs. Tammy
Verhagen


Course requirements for graduation


Computer Applications (freshman year)


Personal Finance (junior or senior year)


Elective courses


Intro to Business


Suggest to take as freshman or sophomore


Prerequisite for many other business courses


Web Tools 2.0


No prerequisite ; open for grades 9
-
12


College
-
Credit Business
(junior or senior year)


Prerequisite: Entrepreneurship and Accounting and/or



teacher approval


Earn college credit through UW
-
Oshkosh


Curriculum


Business & Info Tech

Many more…


Entrepreneurship


Web Page Design


Accounting I & II


Business Management &
Leadership



Personal/Business Law


College
-
Credit Business


Marketing


Sports/Entertainment/


Hospitality Marketing


Curriculum


Fine Arts


Teacher representative:
Mrs. Kenney, Mr.
Popke
,

Mrs.
Hardt
,






Mrs.
Zetzman
, Ms.
Milbach


Areas:


Art


Band


Choir


Orchestra


Drama


Media


Curriculum


Fine Arts (Art)

Introduction to Art

Arts and Crafts


Prerequisite for all upper
level art courses


Except Arts and Crafts


Formal principles of
design stressed


Why an art object is
good or not



Traditions from around
the world


Curriculum


Fine Arts (Art)

Other Art Courses:


2 Dimensional Design


3 Dimensional Design


Computer Graphics


Jewelry




Art Club


Meets after school


Summer Travel 2014


Drawing


Painting


Honors Art


Ceramics

Curriculum


Fine Arts (VocalMusic)


Choir


Chorale


Introduction to:


Foundations of good singing technique


Variety of

choral music



No experience or audition is

required


End of freshman year


Audition for Concert Choir and
HawkSwing


Introduction to Music Theory


Prerequisite for Advanced Theory and Composition


Curriculum


Fine Arts (Instrumental Music)


Band
-

Freshmen


Concert Band


Introduction to:


Foundations of good technique on your instrument


Variety of music studied from classical to pop


No audition required!


End of freshman year: audition for Wind Ensemble


Orchestra


Open to all string players

(no audition)


Focus on ensemble skills


Variety of musical selections


Participation in Fine Arts’ trips


Participation in WSMA Solo & Ensemble



Curriculum


Fine Arts (Theater)


Acting I



(Performers)


Improvisation, basic acting skills and background (voice, movement, body
language)


Approaches to character development and stage movement



Be more prepared for auditions or speeches in other classes.



Scene work each week



Performance opportunities




Build confidence and new communication skills



Basic make
-
up techniques






Curriculum


Fine Arts (Theater)


Technical Theatre Production



(Stage crew/designers)


Backstage design and construction skills


Stage management, lights, sound


Project
-
based components


Crew skills for all shows


Work on Fall Musical and Christmas Stars




Children’s Theatre Production





Full scale production with costume, make
-
up,


lights, sound, setting


4
-
5 Performances for children in grades PK
-
4
th

grade


Pre
-
requisites for Children’s Theatre:


Acting I

OR
Technical Theatre Production



Acting I and Technical Theatre Production


Not required to participate in musical but are highly
recommended

Curriculum


Fine Arts (Theater)


Fall Musical


Freshmen are welcome to audition for the fall musical


Takes place during the first week of school


To be eligible for auditions


Summer work hours in the theater


Curriculum


Fine Arts (Media)


Media Basics


Overview of communication processes


Emphasis


Electronic media technology


Video production


Impact on people and society


Learn video production methods on both

Mac and PC


Media Basics = prerequisite for the Media Productions

PE/Health

Teacher representative:

Mr. Andy Strand


Who:



Mr. Andy Strand


Ms. Barb Asmuth



What:



½ Credit Health


1 ½ Credits P.E.


Where:



1
st

& 4
th

Terms Outside


2
nd

& 3
rd

Terms Inside


When:



Health as Freshman


P.E. Balance Out


Why:



Create Good Habits



Make Wise Decisions



Live a Longer,
Happier, More
Productive Life


Practical Arts


Teacher Representative
:
Mrs
. Tiffany
Wimmer
, Mrs. Kathy
Mader



Drafting
:

Basic drafting, 2D AutoCAD, Engineering

Drafting, Architectural Drafting, 3D Modeling



Why take Drafting?


Learn to draw accurately


Learn to problem solve


Be creative



Foods
:



Why take Foods?


Fun and educational


Helps to be well
-
rounded in social situations


Lifelong skill


Make lots of great food that you can eat!



Course Registration


Representative: Mrs. Donna Fahrenkrug


Class Registration page in PowerSchool Parent


Students & parents can manage course requests


How to Register


Access
http://newcas.gbdioc2.org/public/


Enter User ID & Password


Main menu

click
Class Registration


Click the
Pencil

icon to select courses


Course Request
pop
-
up window appears


Course Registration


Click
Okay


Course Request

pop
-
up window closes


Green checkmark appears for selected courses


Note:
!
Appears if courses need to be selected for an
area


Repeat above for each course


8 credits need to be selected


1 credit of alternatives needs to be selected


Click
Submit


The [Scheduling Year] Course Requests page appears

Course Registration


How to View Course Requests


Main menu

click
Class Registration


Click

View Future Course Requests



International Students


Summer School


The next step…


Families ready to register


Counselors to assist in Rooms 123 & 124


Families with questions


Remain in theater


Tours will be given


Mrs. Donna Fahrenkrug

Welcome to the Class of 2017!