1 Freshmen ICAP/IB & College Grade Level Meeting Wednesday, October 21 Lisa McCahon IB Coordinator Terri Ignaitis College Advisor
2 Q & A will follow our presentation on ICAP/ IB and college Please hold your questions until the end. Please write down any question you have throughout the presentation for the Q & A session The Power Point will be posted on the IB website on the website.
3 Welcome to the Freshmen College Info Meeting October 21, ICAP/IB 2. Grades and Rigor 3. Extra-Curricular Activities 4. College Admissions Testing Timeline 5. Selectivity versus Eligibility 6. Naviance (Sequoia s college research & organization software) 7. What you can do now
4 Students, at Sequoia we encourage you to learn how to Develop time management skills Plan ahead, calendar your assignments, start early, utilize time wisely (Ex: 20 minutes here, 20 minutes there adds up) Develop organizational skills (organized binder, student planner) Feel okay that you do not understand something. Learning can be a struggle at times which is good- you are challenging your brain Not give up when it gets hard but find strategies to work through it Develop a growth mindset, not a fixed one, avoiding statements like, I can t do that because I m not good at it. VERSUS I do not know how to do that yetbut I am learning. Find balance between perfection in your work and sloppy work Talk to your teachers if you need help or do not understand Find other resources at school to get academic help
5 Students, at Sequoia we encourage you to learn how to Meet deadlines Read for understanding Improve your writing and communication skills Be academically honest and cite correctly. It s more important to learn for the sake of learning with integrity then cheat for a higher grade. Communicate with teachers if you are absent. Take responsibility to make up work. Challenge yourself with ICAP & IB but pursue your passions and stay healthy. Find your balance. Communicate with adults on campus if something is wrong or you are too stressed (teacher, counselor, IB Office, admin, TRC etc.) Develop healthy coping mechanisms to handle stress and find balance (ex: exercise, talking about it, meditation/ mindfulness, music, taking breaks, scheduled time with family/friends)
6 Students, at Sequoia we encourage you to learn how to Recognize that your ideas and perspectives are valuable even if they are different from those around you Push yourself to share your ideas and opinions with your classmates even if you are shy Understand it is okay to be wrong. It s not a failure, it s learning Respect all students and different perspectives in your class Everyone belongs in ICAP & IB. Not an elite program Recognize that others bring value to your learning experience and you benefit from the diversity in your classroom Utilize technology and social media appropriately Avoid social media (Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat etc.) while doing homework. Save it for built in breaks Be respectful online. Remember family, future teachers, colleges, employees may see your posts.
7 Expectations In ICAP Courses: Rigor Students will be challenged in ICAP courses More time expected outside of class time dedicated to homework, reading and assignments More will be expected in terms of depth, quality of thinking and the quality of work submitted. Transition from middle school to ICAP. Many students who received good grades in middle school feel challenged by the work load of ICAP. Expect this difference. Expect to put in more time in your high school ICAP courses than you did in middle school to receive a good grade.
8 Expectations in ICAP: What If I Am Absent? Major projects are due regardless of whether the student comes to school that day. Work must be delivered to the subject teacher on the due date. Utilize School Loop, IC & s Parents must clear absences within 5 days of the absence or it will show up as a cut and the student will not be allowed to make up missed work. Vacations during school days are strongly discouraged, as they will substantially impact the student s ability to successfully complete the course. Teachers may be able to provide assignments in advance for long term absences, due to family emergencies. After an absence, students must see all teachers on the day of their return to get the makeup work. This must happen even if they don t have class with some of the teachers that day. This can take place before school, during brunch, lunch or after school.
9 Expectations In ICAP Courses: Late Work For Late Work Policy, please see each ICAP subject. Not the same for every ICAP course. Policy is the same across the ICAP subject. Ex: All ICAP English courses have the same policy. Contact individual teachers for questions regarding Late Work Turning in late work (if accepted) will result in lower grades Get in the habit of turning things in on time. Deadlines are not suggestions Looking ahead. The IB organization is not forgiving about deadlines. Assignments due to IB are due when they are due so learn this skill now
10 Academic Honesty IB and Sequoia take academic honesty very seriously! There is a zero tolerance policy for plagiarism and cheating. Should this be discovered and confirmed by a teacher or other staff member, it will result in an AVP referral. If malpractice occurs in ICAP classes, the consequences as If malpractice occurs in ICAP classes, the consequences as stated in the Sequoia Union High School District Academic Integrity Policy and Sequoia High School ICAP/IB Academic Honesty Pledge will be carried out.
11 Academic Honesty Can impact your college admissions process Private college reps have stressed their focus on integrity and honesty. Violations in these areas are big red flags to university Private college reps have stated that if students are caught cheating resulting in a disciplinary action, students are expected to tell colleges about the incidence. Colleges want to hear it from the student first before they hear about the incidence from another source
12 Support & Resources at Sequoia Teacher Don t be afraid to ask for help. Teachers are happy to meet with you. You just need to ask. SAFE Academic Support & Homework Assistance Fun Activities Schedule posted on school website Classes are drop in basis Guidance Counselor IB Office Teen Resource Center
13 SAFE Academic Support English Tutorials (including ICAP) Thur Rosario 3:45-4:45 Rm B-12 Math Tutorials Mon, Tues, Thur 7 th Period Lee Rm 226 Tue 4:00-7:00 Yezerski Rm 214 Math Homework Club Wed 3:45-5:45 Wong Rm 212 Spanish Tutorial Wed 7:30-8:20 Stalder Rm 208 Science Tutorial Wed 3:45-4:45 Ortiz Rm 227 Learning Center: M-F 7:15-8:15 am, 3:45-5:45 Library Athletic Tutoring (open to all athletes) Wed 3:45-4:45 Poulos & Farris B1/SAC AVID Tutorial (open to all AVID students): Tuesdays: 7:15-8:15 Stalder Rm 208, 3:45-4:45 Yeager Rm 250 SAFE Drop In-Open space to do homework & learn about SAFE Program M-F 3:45-4:45 Valencia Rm 132
14 Parents & Guardians, We Encourage You To.. Help your student learn how to advocate for themselves. Encourage students to be the one to speak to, reach out to teachers, IB Office etc. When they bring complaints or concerns home, ask them questions like: Have you spoken to the teacher? Who else on campus can you talk to about this for help? How can I help you communicate this to your teacher/ IB Office/ counselor etc.? How have you tried to address this problem?
15 Parents & Guardians, We Encourage You To.. Recognize they need to prepare for college by developing a sense of independence. Students should own their education and activities-learn how to self-manage while you provide guidance, support and care. Example: Students should be the ones filling out forms, dropping them off, completing their college apps etc. You can help organize them, help manage their deadlines/ calendar, help identify what they should do to address issues but encourage them, when appropriate, to do it themselves. This helps them be successful in college where legally parents can t access student information.
16 Parents & Guardians, We Encourage You To.. Encourage students to ask for help & attend SAFE tutorials before dropping an ICAP/IB class. Then if still not a good fit, change schedule. Recognize there is a lot of stress placed on high school students (academic pressure, college admissions process etc.) Please try to monitor your students: Academic progress Social/emotional stress level Balance between academic rigor, activities and health Take advantage of Sequoia s ICAP/IB Program but know student s limits Doing the IB Diploma should be the student s choice
17 Looking Ahead To IB.
18 What s Exciting About IB? Emphasizes deep understanding vs. memorization & regurgitation Critical thinking skills Encourages student choice International Curriculum recognized around the world. Opens up university options abroad! Emphasizes international mindedness Encourages learning a second language Educates the whole person Learner Profile Goal of making this world a better place CAS (Creativity Activity Service hours)
19 What s Exciting About IB? Colleges recognize the value of IB Prepares students not just to get into college but to be successful in college Communication skills, critical thinking, class discussions, writing, reading, analyzing, synthesizing ideas, research skills (Extended Essay) etc. Welcomes all students and their voices Emphasizes the importance of diversity & multiple perspectives Values all opinions and encourages students to see that others are right Encourages all students to be part of the discussion as all bring a valuable perspective
20 What s Exciting About IB? Can access IB at your comfort level Do full IB Diploma Or focus on individual IB courses IB scores represent a variety of assessments Not just how you performed 1 day on a test Includes Internal & External Assessments throughout the course Some courses include oral assessments Criterion-referenced assessments
21 Planning Ahead for Course Pathways You will sit with your guidance counselor each year in the Spring to select courses for the following year You will complete a 4 year plan during registration in the Spring with your counselor Remember it is a PLAN and plans can change as you go through school and learn more about yourself and the school 4 Year Plan is viewable on IC Things to know to help your 4 year plan..
22 Preparation for IB Some IB courses require pre-reqs You cannot enroll in the IB course without completing the pre-req course Some IB courses have recommended preparation courses (parents/students can override Sequoia s recommendation through formal process with Guidance) Some IB courses are open with no pre-req/ recommended entry courses Understand both ICAP AND other college prep mainstream courses both prepare you for IB. Not ICAP in all subjects
23 Planning Ahead: ICAP Courses Offered 10 th Grade ICAP Courses Offered in 10 th Grade ICAP English II ICAP Modern European History Spanish 2/3 ICAP French 2/3 ICAP No ICAP Science No ICAP Math * Students must receivea C-or higher to progress into and/or stay in ICAP and IB courses.
24 Planning For IB: Pre-Requisite Requirements IB Course IB Visual Arts Grade IB Course Is Taken In 2 year course: 11 th and 12th Pre-reqCourse Required Art I or Draw/Paint I Grade Pre-reqIs Taken In 9 th or 10th IB Physics* 12 th Recommended Physics 10 th or 11th IB Biology** 2 year course: 11 th and 12th Chemistry or AS Chemistry 10th IB Spanish 2 year course: Spanish 2/3 ICAP or 10th 11 th and 12 th Spanish III NS with C-or higher IB French 2 year course: 11 th and 12th IB Psychology 12 th ONLY none French 2/3 ICAP with C- or higher IB Math 11 th and/or 12th Completionof previous math with C-or higher 10th 9th-11th *IB Physics recommended for senior year- More math knowledge the better ** IB Biology: Intended pathway = 9 th Physics, 10 th AS Chem or Chem. College preparatory pattern of science includes Bio, Chem & Physics
25 IB Sequoia Course Offerings
26 Sequoia Policies A full academic schedule is 6 courses. TOK is allowed as a 7 th class. Students are not allowed to be enrolled in 8 courses except a student concurrently enrolled in AVID and TOK. Will have to pick priorities. Okay to pick passions like Band, Advanced Dance, Choir, Orchestra, Student Leadership, Stagecraft, Journalism etc. over the Diploma. Follow your passions! ASB & Class President student government positions require enrollment in the Student Leadership course
27 Tips that may help create space in your schedule... PE Dance fulfills the UC/CSU A-G Visual Performing Arts (VPA) requirement and Sequoia s PE grad requirement Some elective courses fulfill a CTE OR a VPA requirement for graduation. Ex: Art, Photo, Advanced Band, Choral etc. (No double dipping). World Language The 3rd academic year of a world language can count as VPA grad requirement (the 3 rd school year you take World Language NOT level 3) The 3 rd level of a world language can count as a CTE for graduation requirement French 2/3 and Spanish 2/3 ICAP do NOT qualify as 3 rd level for grad Span III NS, Span III, French III, IB Spanish and IB French do qualify as 3 rd level No double dipping CTE with VPA requirement. Example: 9 th Spanish I, 10 th Spanish 2, 11 th Spanish 3. Span 3 cannot count as both CTE and VPA. Playing Sequoia sports in 10 th grade and above can count towards PE grad requirement. 1 sport = 3.5 credits
28 Who to Contact for What Student s Guidance Advisor for all scheduling, personal counseling, crisis issues IB Office consults with the guidance staff, school community and parent community re: IB specific issues as needed. Guidance Advisor is the primary contact for a student s schedule. They will work with you on a four year plan. IB Office for all things IB IB is changing what might have been the case for a sibling may not be the case now check with IB Office
29 At Sequoia We Strive To: Encourage all students to access IB Encourage all students to take at least 1 IB course Work with your counselor to help identify what IB courses would be a good fit for you. Make all students feel welcome and comfortable in ICAP & IB Have our ICAP & IB program represent the demographics of our larger student body Provide support so students can be successful in ICAP & IB Recognize when students are too stressed and help balance their rigorous schedule Encourage students to try new things, find passions and causes they care about and get involved.
30 Get Ready to Go to a Four Year College NOW
31 Grades and Rigor These are usually the two most important factors in admission selection. Competitive schools are not just looking for minimum A-G. Once a student chooses a course he/she must get a good grade to be competitive. GPA is looked at differently by each school IT is getting difficult to makeup a D because of budget cuts.
32 Be Active Outside Classroom Competitive students should complete about 100 hours a year in outside activities that they enjoy! Should include activities both in and out of school Should include community service Students should be able to write about why they chose the activities they did Students need to move into leadership roles MAKE AN IMPACT Scholarships and colleges like long-term activities not just senior year CSF Members honorary members 9 th grade year
33 Outside of Classroom Activities Do what you are interested in not what looks good on an application Participating in a few activities over a long period of time is much better than collecting hours one hour on this and another on something else Sustained commitment
34 College Required Examinations Timeline PSAT (10 th grade and again 11 th grade) Why take? This exam is PRACTICE and always third Wednesday in October. Student can see what he/she needs to focus on for SAT. College Board website My Road give an individual plan of study. Juniors compete for National Merit Scholarship program.
35 SAT/ACT/SAT Subject Exams SAT/ACT(with writing) Spring of junior year March or May. If needed, repeat either SAT/ACT in Senior year SAT Subject Exams Best to take this exam as soon as you finish the highest level* of subject course (June) Math Level II after Pre-calculus or later Chemistry, Physics*, Biology* NEED TO Study on OWNfor these exams NEED TO Register on OWNon the CollegeBoard website Study guides available in room 115 and on the CollegeBoard website
36 How do you get into the school you want to go to? Complete the minimum requirements A-G, Take SAT/ACT etc. Some schools have more student applicants than there are spaces for each year They are IMPACTED/SELECTIVE and you need to be COMPETITIVE applicant You need to do more than the minimum
37 A-G Eligibility vs Selection Non-Impacted vs Impacted Minimum A-G UC/CSU Cal Poly SLO DESIRED Course Pattern English 8 10 Algebra I & II 4 4 Geometry 2 2 Advance Math 0 4 Foreign Lang 4 8 Lab Science 4 8 Social Studies 4 4 VPA 2 4 Electives 2 *numbers represent semesters 2
38 Naviance and Communication of College Information Access through Sequoia s website Central location of college information and organizational software purchased for all Sequoia students Students have accounts-parents account available by contacting guidance counselor Should check and update regularly Enter colleges you are interested in Read Weekly Thoroughly Sign up for College Visits
39 What you can do now to help you figure out what type of college you want Sign up for college representative visits at Sequoia (listed on Naviance) Sign up for college representative visits in the area Visit Bay Area Colleges to get feel Attend college fairs NACAC Visual and Performing Arts Fair in San Francisco Sunday Oct 25 th WACAC College Fair in Santa Clara Thursday May 5 th (Sequoia will bus students)
40 Thanks for Coming We encourage you to attend all grade level meetings throughout your high school career to stay informed about policy, updates, IB, college admissions, academics and so on
41 THANKS Please contact us with further questions at: Lisa McCahon IB Coordinator IB OFFICE PHONE extension #63103 Terri Ignaitis College Career Advisor s preferred for faster response
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