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About courses

For full list of the courses and course details, see the electronic version of the 2021-2022 High School Course Registration Handbook for more details. There are many new courses that are made available to high school students this coming school year.


Total: 39 New Courses

What are the best courses?

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How to choose your courses?

How to choose the right college course

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What courses are needed?

Colleges and universities require a basic level of education for all degrees and majors. The topics needed usually include English, mathematics, sciences, humanities, public speaking and foreign language. Some degree plans have required courses that apply to the general education courses.

Course Registration Information / Registration Information

Course Registration Information . Course Registration for the 2021-2022 school year is open now through March 15, 2021. Winston Salem Forsyth County Schools rising 6 th – 12 th graders can begin selecting courses for the 2021-2022 school year. School Counselors will work with students to ensure they are aware of required courses and various elective choices made available through the …

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Course Registration Information / Middle School Registration

There are AG Language Arts courses available at middle schools for certified Academically and Intellectually Gifted students. Check with your School Counselor if you have questions about AIG certification and access to those courses. There are resources available at our middle schools for students who are EC and EL (English Learner).

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WS/FCS Announces NCVPS 2021 Summer Program Courses

NCVPS GENERAL INFORMATION : Summer school with NCVirtual is a fast-paced program where the entire 18-week course is taught in just 6 weeks. Students should expect spend 2-4 hours each day, Monday through Friday, working on their courses, and just like at a traditional school, there is often work over the weekend, too.

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Student Services / 2021-2022 Course Registration For

Choosing courses is an important decision! Please take time to talk with your parents about course selection. Make sure you're selecting courses that will help you reach your academic and career goals! Video Instructions . 2021-22 Class Registration Schedule . Rising 10th Grade Registration .

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courses also offer an additional .5 quality point to the weighted gpa. seminar is often more challenging then honors courses and are designed for those who are looking for more rigor in a particular area (e.g., english, science, social studies). • ap courses are college-level courses taught at the high school level. these courses offer 1

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African-American Studies, Latin American Studies, American

These courses are open to students in every high school grade. McKnight and others are working to get the word out about the new course and the new format of the already established courses. “We want to make sure our students and families are aware of the courses they can take,” she said.

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Canvas / PSL / Canvas Login

Parents. If you need an account, follow these steps to create one. Click on the Parent Login button above to open the login screen; Click on Parent of a Canvas User?that appears on the login screen, as shown in the image to the right.

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Career Technical Education / Welcome

The mission of the CTE program is to prepare students to be world-class workers and citizens in our global economy. Upon high school graduation and the completion of a CTE sequence of courses, students may choose to enter the workforce, to enroll in a community college or …

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2021 Summer & Extended Learning Programs / Career And

Two week intensive training with the purpose of preparing students who were enrolled in credential courses the academic year of 2020-2021 to have the opportunity to review and have extended time in order to be prepared to re-take the credential exam on July 1, 2021.

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International Baccalaureate Program / IB Education

IB Courses at Parkland. All IB courses are two-year year-long courses that operate on an A-day/B-day schedule. There are two levels of subject courses: Higher level (HL) – 240 teaching hours; Standard level (SL) – 150 teaching hours; Aims and objectives are often identical for both SL and HL courses.

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Finance Academy / Courses

Courses 9th Grade: Apply for the Finance Academy 10th Grade: Principles of Business and Finance Honors Civics & Economics Honors . 11th Grade: Principles of Accounting Applied Finance . 12th Grade: Forsyth Technical Community College Dual Enrollement Courses: Choose 2 *Principles of Management

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Summer Enrichment Camps / Course Information

Summer Enrichment Courses PLEASE SELECT COURSES CAREFULLY Be sure the course you choose is the course you want! We use the current grade to sign up for courses. SPECIALS in MUSIC(piano), and PE, are included to enhance their curriculum Daily for K-1. Kindergarten Theme "The World of Eric Carle"

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2021 Summer & Extended Learning Programs / High School

High School Bridge to Course . WSFCS provides summer learning opportunities for rising 9th-12th grade students who have not met proficiency in reading and math.

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JROTC / Course Descriptions

It is an elective for all other courses of study. Selective students who successfully complete 18 weeks of Army or Air Force JROTC (18 weeks under the A/B block schedule, 9 weeks under the regular block) may receive credit for either Life Skills or P.E. II with approval of their guidance department and the JROTC senior instructor.

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Student Life / Courses And Testing

The Career Center at 1615 Miller St. is an extension of the regular high schools and offers many Advanced Placement and Career Technical courses. The Career Center also houses the Extended Day Program. Transportation is provided to the Career Center twice daily, but students are also able to drive themselves to the campus.

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Student Services / SAT/ACT Information

The following are listings of some SAT Prep courses offered in the Winston-Salem Community. This information is for your convenience. West does not endorse any specific programs.

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Social Studies / Elective Courses

Social Studies Elective Courses (9-12) Beginning with the registration for the 20-21 school year, each school will offer African American Studies, Latin American Studies, and American Indian Studies elective courses. Each course will earn one full credit. (1-21-20)

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About Us / Essential School Information

Career Center's quality of instruction, diversity of classes and breadth of available courses is unmatched. Career Center students enjoy terrific benefits including the opportunity to meet like-minded students from other schools.

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S.T.E.P.S. Summer Institute / Courses And Schedules

Students will be enrolled in three courses. Classes involve active participation with a variety of daily projects and group activities. If a course has less than four students, administration reserves the right to cancel it. Every effort will be made to enroll students in their top choices.

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Spring End Of Course Tests And CTE Final Exams Schedule

Not retaking assessments will have no impact on student placement in courses. ***** Please note the change to the A-day/B-day schedule on May 26. Please also note that on June 2-June 11, there is no longer an A-day/B-day designation. All exams will be administered in-person.

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New Credit Online / New Credit Online Guidelines And

Enroll and drop (if requested) students in online courses. Assist the DLA's in obtaining the required information and contacts for the courses their students take. Act as a liaison between the Distance Learning Advisor and the online company. Email progress reports to the DLA's. Send NCVPS teacher information to the Data Managers.

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Human Resources / Summer 2021 Programs

Career and Technical Education Credential Courses(H) Michelle Derouin Senior Squeeze and Credit Recovery (H) Dee Bell Advanced Learning (E, M, H) Any member of the Advanced Learning Team

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High School Registration

Grades in IB Diploma courses receive one ad-ditional quality point with the completion of the IB exam. Course Credit. One-Unit Credit Courses: Most courses are offered only as one-unit credit courses. Yearlong courses will award credit at the end of the school year. Block courses will award credit at the end of the 18 week course (January or June).

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Career Academy Summer Internships And Apprenticeships

“And I saw connections from all of the courses throughout my internship. Specifically though, there were tons of connections from the accounting class. Things such as, balancing check books, reading ledgers and understanding debits and credits were all things I learned in class that helped me in my internship.”

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Arts Magnet / Arts Course Offerings

Arts Aware students benefit from an arts enriched environment, campus wide performances, lunch time performances, and arts integration in the core classes.. Arts Infused students enjoy all the benefits above plus take three additional arts electives. Students enjoy the Black Box Theatre, piano lab, digital media equipment, dance studio, electric strings, and other RJR specialties.

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Foreign Language / World Language Courses

Middle school courses include Spanish, French, German, Latin, Chinese, Spanish for Native Speakers, and an exploratory World Languages course. All course offerings are based upon the amount of students registered. Middle School students are eligible to earn high school Level 1 course credit in all middle school language courses.

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Student Services (Guidance) / Registration 2021-22

The course registration period is an important time to review academic accomplishments, challenges, and failures and plan for taking courses in the future that build toward graduation, college admission and other post-secondary goals.

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Occupational Preparation I

Education courses and the operation of small businesses. Formal career planning and development of knowledge regarding transition planning begins in this course and continues throughout the strand of Occupational Preparation courses Strands: Self-determination, Personal Management, Interpersonal Relationship Skills,

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WS/FCS Bridge To Course

Welcome to the WS/FCS the Bridge to Course Parent Portal: Please input the information below to access your child's summer school portal. For questions …

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About Us / About Parkland

To be prepared for the IB Diploma Program, which begins in grade 11, students must have completed the following courses by their sophomore year: Geometry; Algebra II and/or Pre-Calculus Biology; Chemistry or Physics; Environmental Science Honors or Seminar World History and Civics and Economics Honors or Seminar English II French, German or

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International Baccalaureate Program / Career-related

Courses in both literature and performance and theatre. Any two subjects from mathematics. Any pilot subject. More than one standard level subject for completion in one year. Only one DP subject at standard level can be completed in the first year of the CP; any additional standard level subjects must be completed over two years.

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Student Information / Overview

The Early College of Forsyth is a unique program which provides students an opportunity to take college courses while still in high school and graduate in four years with a high school degree AND an Associate's Degree. Students begin taking college courses in their freshmen year and by junior year are designing their own schedules.

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Electives/Encore / Foreign Languages

Beginning in 2007-08, the assessment also helps to determine whether students will receive high school credit for their middle school foreign language courses. In order to receive credit for a high school Level 1 course, students must complete the middle school sequence of courses successfully with a"C" or better in the 8th grade course.

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Foreign Language / Welcome

The WS/FC School system is a leader in North Carolina with regard to World Language education. At the elementary level, Spanish immersion is available at Smith Farm, and Speas Elementary schools.

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Grade Level Information / Encore Teachers (Specialists)

We have two very unique courses not offered at many other elementary schools: Drama and Spanish. All Weekly Specials: Art - Gina Lopez . Drama - Seema Arora (Drama may resume in the future, but during this time we do not have Drama.) Music - Leon Corpening . Physical Education (PE) - …

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Spring 2021 ECF Testing Calendar (EOCs/Exams)

The following high school courses have a state EOC assessment: Math 1; Math 3; Biology; English 2 . All other high school courses will have a teacher-made exam. The state requires that all students take the EOC in person at the school. Teacher-made exams will be administered in both a remote learning format and in-person format this semester.

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Our Safe Return / Technology Assistance

Technology Exchange Depot Additionally, the district Technology Department staff will maintain s physical site location entitled Technology Device Repair and Exchange Depot.The Depot will be available throughout the school day and after hours to troubleshoot and repair student devices used for …

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Student Services / NC Driving Eligibility & Honor Roll

Students enrolled in five (5) courses must pass four (4) courses. Students enrolled in six (6) or seven (7) courses must pass five (5) courses. The same rules apply whether or not the student is attending the Career Center for part of the day or taking less than a maximum number of courses (credits) available in the student’s instructional day.

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