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1 COURSE SELECTION WORKSHEETS The worksheets on the following pages may be used by parents/guardians and students when planning next year s class schedule; however, these worksheets are not the final form which must be completed for course selection by the student, parent/guardian, and school counselor. Please follow the instructions outlined below when completing the worksheets and the final course selection forms. There is a worksheet designed for each grade level. Be certain to use the correct sheet for the grade the student will be in for the school year. 1. Correctly complete the top portion of the course selection form/worksheet. Use ink. PRINT LEGIBLY. 2. Fill in the Credits earned to date section, if known. (9 th graders should attach a copy of their middle school transcripts). 3. Fill in the CLASS SELECTIONS. Make certain that grade-level requirements and prerequisites are met for each class chosen. Also, note that each grade-level worksheet/form already has the required courses a student must take preprinted on them. 4. If a student wants to petition a course, the student must complete the Petition for Course Selection Form, located in the Counseling Office. The student must discuss the Petition for Course Selection Form with the recommending teacher. The student and teacher will discuss the teacher s current recommendation and the prerequisites for the course the student wishes to petition. The parent must understand that a student is expected to stay in the petitioned class the entire school year. A schedule change will not be made for students in a petitioned class until the school year is completed. 5. Selecting ALTERNATES is critical. Be certain to list alternate classes. A chart of courses which offer elective credit has been provided (located after Course Selection sheets). Use this chart as a quick reference to determine the prerequisites and grade requirements for each course. Be certain to read the entire course description written in the COURSE OFFERINGS section of this guide before signing up for a class or an alternate.) 6. Teacher recommendations and signatures are required for the classes listed on the worksheet/forms. 7. Courses that students select this spring are the courses they will be required to attend next year. 8. Make certain to read and understand the Schedule Change Policy. 9. Not all courses listed in this catalog/guide will necessarily be offered next fall. The school Master Schedule is derived from the classes students sign up for this spring and from staffing allocations from the Clark County School District. Due to increased/decreased enrollment, staff changes, and/or course selection numbers, the administration may have to balance, drop, or add course selections during any academic year. 10. We advise that both the student and the parent/guardian sign the final course selection form. LAS VEGAS ACADEMY GUIDANCE/COUNSELING STAFF The counseling and administrative staff is dedicated to assisting all parents/guardians and students with the course selection process. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call any of the personnel listed below. To reach Las Vegas Academy, dial and then press the appropriate four-digit number to speak with the person you desire. Ms. Katherine Hackbart Department Leader (Piano, Theatre, Theatre Tech)... extension 4305 Mr. Joel Diamond Counselor (Band, Visual Arts)... extension 4304 Ms. Carol Dunlap Counselor (Dance, Orchestra)... extension 4302 Mr. Darren Jacobs Counselor (Liberal Arts/Mariachi/Recruitment)... extension 4301 Ms. Salima Virani Counselor (Jazz, Guitar, Vocals)... extension 4303 Ms. Joni Schindler Counseling Secretary... extension 4300 Ms. Laura Tuggle Registrar... extension 4065 Ms. Patricia Carroll Student Support Services Facilitator... extension 4081 Ms. Jennifer Shuler Assistant Principal/Curriculum... extension

2 9 th Las Vegas Academy of the Arts Course Selection Major Program: Name Student #: Gender: M F Last First Date: Contact Phone #: Phone #2: Current School: College Admission Requirements: Most universities require at least 4 years of math (including Algebra II), 3 years of lab science, 2 years of the same foreign language, 4 years of English, and a high school computer course (to review graduation requirements refer to course catalog page 15). SELECT SEVEN CLASSES: Computerized selection will be made; order will not necessarily coincide with order shown. Circle ONE class from each of the following: If you currently have or ever had an IEP or 504 Plan with the Clark County School District, please check the appropriate box. 1. Major (Double Block): 2. English: English 9 English 9 H IEP 504 Plan 3. Math: Algebra I Geometry Geometry H 4. PE: PE I Dance PE I Ballroom/Dance I Summer School information will be available by April. 5. Science: Biology Biology H 6. Health/Career Education List elective choices in order of preference. Teacher signature required for certain electives (Refer to course catalog for prerequisites. See page 86 for teacher contact numbers). 7. Elective: 1 st Alternate Elective: 2nd Alternate Elective: 3rd Alternate Elective: I understand I will be scheduled into the above classes unless they are filled, cancelled, or any prerequisites have not been met. Requests for class changes (academic or elective) will not be granted. Counselors will only make schedule changes when a required class is needed for graduation. If you have any questions, please contact your child s counselor at ext Parent/Guardian s Signature Student s Signature Date 2

3 Las Vegas Academy Magnet Contract ENROLLMENT STANDARDS: The Las Vegas Academy of the Arts (LVA) becomes your student s home school once enrolled. Withdrawal from LVA is not permitted during the school year for the remainder of the time a student is enrolled in the program. Should you wish to withdraw your child, it must be at the end of the school year. If a student athlete returns to his/her zoned school or makes any other subsequent changes in enrollment, he/she would be ineligible for the remainder of that school year and for 180 school days in any sport as per NIAA (Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association). ACADEMIC STANDARDS: Students must maintain a minimum grade point average of a 2.0 (C average) and a minimum grade point average of a 2.0 (C average) in their Major program. Students who earn a D or F in coursework may be placed on probation as defined by the school. Any student with a grade of F or who fails to maintain a current 2.0 G.P.A. or has a U in citizenship will not be eligible to miss class or go on a school trip. While the school will work with families to ensure the academic success of each student, the student will be required to meet the expectations of the program. A student coming in academically deficient in coursework related to the program to which they applied will be asked to participate in the following which may include, but not be limited to: additional activities, tutoring, and/or additional coursework so that they may be successful in the program. ATTENDANCE STANDARDS: Students must maintain good attendance while attending LVA. Students that earn (5) or more unexcused absences within a semester will be placed on probation. Students accumulating excessive tardies will be placed on probation. BEHAVIOR STANDARDS: Students that receive a suspension will be placed on probation. Students that are referred for expulsion and/or are formally expelled will be dismissed from Las Vegas Academy of the Arts. Students must earn a minimum of S - Satisfactory behavior in all of their classes. Students earning an N - Needs improvement or U - Unsatisfactory will be placed on probation. PROBATION PROGRAM: Students that violate any of the guidelines pertaining to academics, attendance, behavior, or any combination of the three items will be placed on probation. Probationary Process: STEP 1 Students will be placed on probation if they are in violation of the contract. STEP 2 A probation conference will be scheduled with the parent/guardian to discuss the conditions of the probation. STEP 3 Conditions of the probation. A student may be required to partake in the following activities in order to meet the requirements of the probation which may include but not be limited to: summer school, online credit retrieval, after-school tutoring, community service, campus beautification, or other school-based requirement. Students that do not meet the obligations of their probation may be dismissed from the program at the end of the school year or prior to the following school year. We have read and will abide by the ENROLLMENT, ACADEMIC, ATTENDANCE, and the BEHAVIOR, as outlined in the Magnet Contract. 9 th Grade Parent s Printed Name Parent/Guardian s Signature Date Student s Printed Name Student s Signature Student # 3

4 9 th Grade Electives The following electives are open and may be taken by all students. Animation I Arts Management Ballroom I Ceramics I Chinese I Design Crafts Fashion Construction and Design Film Studies French I French Geography and Culture Graphic Design I Handbells AP Human Geography Imaginative Writing Japanese I Japanese History Honors Journalism I Musical Theatre I Photo I Piano Playwriting Principles of Business & Marketing Publications I Rimprov Spanish I Spanish Geography and Culture Speech & Debate Theatre Theatre Crafts: Prop Theatre Crafts: Make-up Video Production I The following electives require teacher approval. Ballroom II Advanced Ballroom Band Chamber Music Choir Jazz band Mariachi AP Music Theory Orchestra Philharmonic Winds Spanish II Honors Symphonic Winds 4

5 10 th Las Vegas Academy of the Arts Course Selection Major Program: Name Student #: Gender: M F Last First Date: Contact Phone #: Phone #2: Current School: College Admission Requirements: Most universities require at least 4 years of math (including Algebra II), 3 years of lab science, 2 years of the same foreign language, 4 years of English, and a high school computer course (to review graduation requirements refer to course catalog page 15). SELECT SEVEN CLASSES: Computerized selection will be made; order will not necessarily coincide with order shown. Circle ONE class from each of the following: 1. Major (Double Block): 2. English: English 10 English 10 H English 10 H (Pre-AP) If you currently have or ever had an IEP or 504 Plan with the Clark County School District, please check the appropriate box. IEP 504 Plan Summer School information will be available by April. 3. Math: Geometry Algebra II Geometry H Algebra II H 4. PE: PE I Dance PE I PE II Ballroom I 5. Science: Chemistry Chemistry H Geoscience Geoscience H 6. Social Studies: World History World History H AP World History List elective choices in order of preference. Teacher signature required for certain electives (Refer to course catalog for prerequisites. See page 86 for teacher contact numbers). 7. Elective: 1 st Alternate Elective: 2nd Alternate Elective: 3rd Alternate Elective: I understand I will be scheduled into the above classes unless they are filled, cancelled, or any prerequisites have not been met. Requests for class changes (academic or elective) will not be granted. Counselors will only make schedule changes when a required class is needed for graduation. If you have any questions, please contact your child s counselor at ext Note: Students wishing to change majors or begin a minor may only do so by auditioning and qualifying during the first audition round in January. Parent/Guardian s Signature Student s Signature Date 5

6 Las Vegas Academy Magnet Contract ENROLLMENT STANDARDS: The Las Vegas Academy of the Arts (LVA) becomes your student s home school once enrolled. Withdrawal from LVA is not permitted during the school year for the remainder of the time a student is enrolled in the program. Should you wish to withdraw your child, it must be at the end of the school year. If a student athlete returns to his/her zoned school or makes any other subsequent changes in enrollment, he/she would be ineligible for the remainder of that school year and for 180 school days in any sport as per NIAA (Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association). ACADEMIC STANDARDS: Students must maintain a minimum grade point average of a 2.0 (C average) and a minimum grade point average of a 2.0 (C average) in their Major program. Students who earn a D or F in coursework may be placed on probation as defined by the school. Any student with a grade of F or who fails to maintain a current 2.0 G.P.A. or has a U in citizenship will not be eligible to miss class or go on a school trip. While the school will work with families to ensure the academic success of each student, the student will be required to meet the expectations of the program. A student coming in academically deficient in coursework related to the program to which they applied will be asked to participate in the following which may include, but not be limited to: additional activities, tutoring, and/or additional coursework so that they may be successful in the program. ATTENDANCE STANDARDS: Students must maintain good attendance while attending LVA. Students that earn (5) or more unexcused absences within a semester will be placed on probation. Students accumulating excessive tardies will be placed on probation. BEHAVIOR STANDARDS: Students that receive a suspension will be placed on probation. Students that are referred for expulsion and/or are formally expelled will be dismissed from Las Vegas Academy of the Arts. Students must earn a minimum of S - Satisfactory behavior in all of their classes. Students earning an N - Needs improvement or U - Unsatisfactory will be placed on probation. PROBATION PROGRAM: Students that violate any of the guidelines pertaining to academics, attendance, behavior, or any combination of the three items will be placed on probation. Probationary Process: STEP 1 Students will be placed on probation if they are in violation of the contract. STEP 2 A probation conference will be scheduled with the parent/guardian to discuss the conditions of the probation. STEP 3 Conditions of the probation. A student may be required to partake in the following activities in order to meet the requirements of the probation which may include but not be limited to: summer school, online credit retrieval, after-school tutoring, community service, campus beautification, or other school-based requirement. Students that do not meet the obligations of their probation may be dismissed from the program at the end of the school year or prior to the following school year. We have read and will abide by the ENROLLMENT, ACADEMIC, ATTENDANCE, and the BEHAVIOR, as outlined in the Magnet Contract. 10 th Grade Parent s Printed Name Parent/Guardian s Signature Date Student s Printed Name Student s Signature Student # 6

7 10 th Grade Electives The following electives are open and may be taken by all students. Animation I Arts Management Ballroom I Ceramics I Chinese I Design Crafts Fashion Construction and Design Film Studies French I French Geography and Culture Graphic Design I Handbells History of Pop Music AP Human Geography Imaginative Writing Japanese I Japanese History Honors Journalism I Music Technology Musical Theatre I Music Theory Photo I Piano Playwriting Principles of Business & Marketing Publications I Rimprov Spanish I Spanish Geography and Culture Speech & Debate Theatre Theatre Crafts: Prop Theatre Crafts: Make-up Video Production I The following electives require teacher approval. Arts Management II Ballroom II Advanced Ballroom Band Ceramics II Chamber Music Choir Fashion Construction and Design II Film Studies II French II Honors Jazz band Japanese II Honors Journalism II Mariachi AP Music Theory Musical Theatre Opera Workshop Orchestra Philharmonic Winds Photo II Playwriting II Publications II Spanish II/III Honors Speech and Debate II Symphonic Winds Video Production II Vocal Jazz 7

8 11 th Las Vegas Academy of the Arts Course Selection Major Program: Name Student #: Gender: M F Last First Date: Contact Phone #: Phone #2: Current School: College Admission Requirements: Most universities require at least 4 years of math (including Algebra II), 3 years of lab science, 2 years of the same foreign language, 4 years of English, and a high school computer course (to review graduation requirements refer to course catalog page 15). SELECT SEVEN CLASSES: Computerized selection will be made; order will not necessarily coincide with order shown. Circle ONE class from each of the following: 1. Major : 2. English: English 11 English 11 H CSN Dual Credit Composition H* AP English Language & Composition 3. Math: Geometry Algebra II Geometry H Algebra II H Pre-Calculus H AP Calculus AB CSN Dual Credit Pre-Calculus* AP Statistics Topics in Modern Mathematics 4. Science: Physics AP Biology Physics H AP Chemistry Geologic Studies H AP Environmental Science 5. Social Studies: U.S. History AP U.S. History U.S. History H CSN Dual Credit U.S. History H* List elective choices in order of preference. Teacher signature required for certain electives (Refer to course catalog for prerequisites. See page 86 for teacher contact numbers). 6. Elective: 7. Elective: 1st Alternate Elective: If you currently have or ever had an IEP or 504 Plan with the Clark County School District, please check the appropriate box. IEP 504 Plan *Please contact Ms. Hackbart at ext for information on registration into CSN Dual Credit classes. I understand I will be scheduled into the above classes unless they are filled, cancelled, or any prerequisites has not been met. Requests for class changes (academic or elective) will not be granted. Counselors will only make schedule changes when a required class is needed for graduation. If you have any questions, please contact your child s counselor at ext Note: Students wishing to change majors or begin a minor may only do so by auditioning and qualifying during the first audition round in January. Parent/Guardian s Signature Student s Signature Date 8

9 Las Vegas Academy Magnet Contract ENROLLMENT STANDARDS: The Las Vegas Academy of the Arts (LVA) becomes your student s home school once enrolled. Withdrawal from LVA is not permitted during the school year for the remainder of the time a student is enrolled in the program. Should you wish to withdraw your child, it must be at the end of the school year. If a student athlete returns to his/her zoned school or makes any other subsequent changes in enrollment, he/she would be ineligible for the remainder of that school year and for 180 school days in any sport as per NIAA (Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association). ACADEMIC STANDARDS: Students must maintain a minimum grade point average of a 2.0 (C average) and a minimum grade point average of a 2.0 (C average) in their Major program. Students who earn a D or F in coursework may be placed on probation as defined by the school. Any student with a grade of F or who fails to maintain a current 2.0 G.P.A. or has a U in citizenship will not be eligible to miss class or go on a school trip. While the school will work with families to ensure the academic success of each student, the student will be required to meet the expectations of the program. A student coming in academically deficient in coursework related to the program to which they applied will be asked to participate in the following which may include, but not be limited to: additional activities, tutoring, and/or additional coursework so that they may be successful in the program. ATTENDANCE STANDARDS: Students must maintain good attendance while attending LVA. Students that earn (5) or more unexcused absences within a semester will be placed on probation. Students accumulating excessive tardies will be placed on probation. BEHAVIOR STANDARDS: Students that receive a suspension will be placed on probation. Students that are referred for expulsion and/or are formally expelled will be dismissed from Las Vegas Academy of the Arts. Students must earn a minimum of S - Satisfactory behavior in all of their classes. Students earning an N - Needs improvement or U - Unsatisfactory will be placed on probation. PROBATION PROGRAM: Students that violate any of the guidelines pertaining to academics, attendance, behavior, or any combination of the three items will be placed on probation. Probationary Process: STEP 1 Students will be placed on probation if they are in violation of the contract. STEP 2 A probation conference will be scheduled with the parent/guardian to discuss the conditions of the probation. STEP 3 Conditions of the probation. A student may be required to partake in the following activities in order to meet the requirements of the probation which may include but not be limited to: summer school, online credit retrieval, after-school tutoring, community service, campus beautification, or other school-based requirement. Students that do not meet the obligations of their probation may be dismissed from the program at the end of the school year or prior to the following school year. We have read and will abide by the ENROLLMENT, ACADEMIC, ATTENDANCE, and the BEHAVIOR, as outlined in the Magnet Contract. 11 th Grade Parent s Printed Name Parent/Guardian s Signature Date Student s Printed Name Student s Signature Student # 9

10 11 th Grade Electives The following electives are open and may be taken by all students. Animation I Arts Management Ballroom I Ceramics I Chinese I Design Crafts Fashion Construction and Design Film Studies French I French Geography and Culture Graphic Design I Handbells History of Pop Music AP Human Geography Imaginative Writing Japanese I Japanese History Honors Journalism I Music Theory Music Technology Photo I Piano Playwriting Principles of Anatomy/Physiology H Principles of Business & Marketing Psychology Publications I Rimprov Sociology Spanish I Spanish Geography and Culture Speech & Debate Theatre Theatre Crafts: Prop Theatre Crafts: Make-up Video Production I The following electives require teacher approval. AP Art History Arts Management II Ballroom II Advanced Ballroom Band Ceramics II/III Chamber Music Choir Fashion Construction and Design II/III Film Studies II French II/III Honors Japanese II/III Honors Jazz band Journalism II Mariachi AP Micro/Macroeconomics Music Technology II AP Music Theory Musical Theatre Office Aide Opera Workshop Orchestra Philharmonic Winds Photo II/III Playwriting II AP Psychology Publications II Spanish II/III Honors CSN Dual Credit Spanish II Honors AP Spanish Language and Culture Speech and Debate II/III Student Aide or Tutor Symphonic Winds Video Production II/III Vocal Jazz 10

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