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1 Miami Carol City Senior High School Grade 9 Name ID Current School Phone Academy Message/Directions Choose your classes wisely after thoughtful consideration. Sign and date all forms. Share this information with your parents, and include them in the decision making process. Print clearly in order to avoid errors. Complete the entire form. Include a valid phone number we can call if we have any questions. Obtain teacher signatures for all core courses. Choose your electives in priority order. Your Academy Course is your first choice; the second request is your second choice, etc. It is important that you fill in all the requests. We will try to honor your first two choices. Do your best on the ELA and End of Course Exams. The results will impact your placement in elective courses. Students who score a Level 1 or 2 on the FSA or Math exams will need to take Intensive and/or Intensive Math. Submit any course changes by June 1, No changes can be made after that date. ELA Student Input Subject Code Title MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES For Academies, please see reverse side ACADEMY ELECTIVE 1 ELECTIVE 2 ELECTIVE 3 ELECTIVE 4 Teacher Signature Parent Signature Student Signature ELECTIVE 5 Check here if interested in Law Magnet Program ** Check here if interested in iprep Program** Please be sure to visit our website for additional information at ELA MATH SCIENCE Social Studies REQUIRED COURSES A11 English I B11 Algebra I A/B C11 Physical Science D11 World History A51 Freshmen Experience A21/ A41 English I Honors/Gifted* B01 Intensive Algebra I C21 Physical Science D21 World History A52 Freshmen Experience A15 English I Plus B31 Algebra I C40 Biology A01 English I ESOL B81 Geometry * C32 Biology Gifted* R11 Intensive B91 Geometry R21 Intensive B41 Algebra 2 Enrichment S07 Q64 Intensive Skills for Gifted* P01/ P03 Advanced* Physical Education FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Academic History Schedule /Office Use Academy 6 FSA ELA LEVEL: 2 7 FSA MATH LEVEL: 3 8 ELL: 4 Alt SPED: 5 Alt PERT: Counselor GPA Incoming: Clerical * = course requires a passing score on associated FSA, EOC, and/or teacher recommendation ** = this program requires a separate application and advance requirements for approval

2 Academy Options Directions: Select two different Academy choices by writing a #1 by your top your choice and a #2 by your alternate choice. Write your #1 choice on the front side of this form. Academy of Business and Information Technology Strands: Digital Design, Multimedia Design Technology (Web Design), Business Supervision & Management Academy of Cosmetology Strands: Barbering, Facial Techniques, Hair coloring, chemical treatment Academy of Industrial Technology Strands: Print Technology, Automotive and Collision, and Culinary Arts Academy of Legal, Public, Safety, Corrections, and Security Strands: Law & Criminal Justice Magnet Program, 911 Dispatcher Elective Options Directions: Select five different electives in priority order on the front side of this form. Electives are NOT guaranteed so you must provide alternatives. Please take the time to give careful thought when selecting your electives. There will be no changes after June 1, (Required Intensive course(s) may replace 1 or more electives) P06 Aerobics $ T40 Auto Body $ H70 Band I $ H40 Chorus T56 Cosmetology/Barbering $ L49 Criminal Justice T60 Culinary Arts $ H60 Drama I41 Introduction to Technology Q30 Journalism L60 JROTC I T80 Printing & Graphics $ Q13 Speech & Debate $ = fees may be associated with this course

3 Miami Carol City Senior High School Grade 10 Name ID Current School Phone Academy Message/Directions Choose your classes wisely after thoughtful consideration. Sign and date all forms. Share this information with your parents, and include them in the decision making process. Print clearly in order to avoid errors. Complete the entire form. Include a valid phone number we can call if we have any questions. Obtain teacher signatures for all core courses. Choose your electives in priority order. Your Academy Course is your first choice; the second request is your second choice, etc. It is important that you fill in all the requests. We will try to honor your first two choices. Do your best on the ELA and End of Course Exams. The results will impact your placement in elective courses. Students who score a Level 1 or 2 on the FSA or Math exams will need to take Intensive and/or Intensive Math. Submit any course changes by June 1, No changes can be made after that date. ELA Student Input Subject Code Title MATH SCIENCE ACADEMY ELECTIVE 1 ELECTIVE 2 ELECTIVE 3 ELECTIVE 4 For Academies, please see reverse side Teacher Signature Parent Signature Student Signature ELECTIVE 5 Check here if interested in Law Magnet Program ** Check here if interested in iprep Program** Please be sure to visit our website for additional information at ELA MATH SCIENCE OTHER COURSES REQUIRED COURSES A12 English II B12 Geometry C12 Biology J48 AP Capstone Seminar* Y54/ P06 Peer Counseling/ Aerobics I A22/ A32 English II Honors/Gifted* M12 Intensive Geometry C22 Biology A32 English II Plus B32 Geometry C23 Chemistry A16 English II ESOL B42 Algebra II C43 Chemistry R12 Intensive B33 Algebra II S12 Research III* R22 Intensive Enrichment B99 Liberal Arts Math S09 Intensive Plus Q65 Skills for Gifted* FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Academic History Schedule /Office Use Academy 6 FSA ELA LEVEL: 2 7 FSA MATH LEVEL: 3 8 ELL: 4 Alt SPED: 5 Alt PERT: Counselor GPA Incoming: Clerical * = course requires a passing score on associated FSA, EOC, and/or teacher recommendation ** = this program requires a separate application and advance requirements for approval

4 Academy Options Directions: Select two different Academy choices by writing a #1 by your top your choice and a #2 by your alternate choice. Write your #1 choice on the front side of this form. Academy of Business and Information Technology Strands: Digital Design, Multimedia Design Technology (Web Design), Business Supervision & Management Academy of Cosmetology Strands: Barbering, Facial Techniques, Hair coloring, chemical treatment Academy of Industrial Technology Strands: Print Technology, Automotive and Collision, and Culinary Arts Academy of Legal, Public, Safety, Corrections, and Security Strands: Law & Criminal Justice Magnet Program, 911 Dispatcher Elective Options Directions: Select five different electives in priority order on the front side of this form. Electives are NOT guaranteed so you must provide alternatives. Please take the time to give careful thought when selecting your electives. There will be no changes after June 1, (Required Intensive course(s) may replace 1 or more electives) P06 Aerobics I P30 Life Skills T40 Auto Body I $ T80 Printing & Graphics I $ T41 Auto Body II $ T81 Printing & Graphics II $ H70 Band I $ H71 Band II $ H40 Chorus I T56 Cosmetology/Barbering I $ Q13 Speech & Debate I Q15 Speech & Debate II P28 Varsity Sports P24 Weight Training T57 Cosmetology/Barbering II $ L49 Criminal Justice I L50 Criminal Justice II T60 Culinary Arts I $ T61 Culinary Arts II $ H60 Drama I H61 Drama II I41 Introduction to Technology I43 Multimedia I I44 Multimedia II Q30 Journalism I Q31 Journalism II L60 JROTC I L61 JROTC II T26 Junior Varsity Sports $ = fees may be associated with this course

5 Miami Carol City Senior High School Grade 11 Name ID Current School Phone Academy Message/Directions Choose your classes wisely after thoughtful consideration. Sign and date all forms. Share this information with your parents, and include them in the decision making process. Print clearly in order to avoid errors. Complete the entire form. Include a valid phone number we can call if we have any questions. Obtain teacher signatures for all core courses. Choose your electives in priority order. Your Academy Course is your first choice; the second request is your second choice, etc. It is important that you fill in all the requests. We will try to honor your first two choices. Do your best on the ELA and End of Course Exams. The results will impact your placement in elective courses. Students who score a Level 1 or 2 on the FSA or Math exams will need to take Intensive and/or Intensive Math. Submit any course changes by June 1, No changes can be made after that date. ELA Student Input Subject Code Title MATH SCIENCE ACADEMY ELECTIVE 1 ELECTIVE 2 ELECTIVE 3 ELECTIVE 4 For Academies, please see reverse side Teacher Signature Parent Signature Student Signature ELECTIVE 5 Check here if interested in Law Magnet Program ** Check here if interested in iprep Program** Please be sure to visit our website for additional information at ELA MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER COURSES A13 English III B99 Liberal Arts Math C23 Chemistry D13 U.S. History J47 AP Capstone Research* A23 English III B33 Algebra II C43 Chemistry D33 U.S. History A33 AP English B54 Pre-Calculus C41 Marine Science Language* A03 English III ESOL C54 Physics J03/ J04 Intensive J36 J38 AP Environmental Science* AP Chemistry* FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Academic History Schedule /Office Use Academy 6 FSA ELA LEVEL: 2 7 FSA MATH LEVEL: 3 8 ELL: 4 Alt SPED: 5 Alt PERT: Counselor GPA Incoming: Clerical * = course requires a passing score on associated FSA, EOC, and/or teacher recommendation ** = this program requires a separate application and advance requirements for approval

6 Academy Options Directions: Select two different Academy choices by writing a #1 by your top your choice and a #2 by your alternate choice. Write your #1 choice on the front side of this form. Academy of Business and Information Technology Strands: Digital Design, Multimedia Design Technology (Web Design), Business Supervision & Management Academy of Cosmetology Strands: Barbering, Facial Techniques, Hair coloring, chemical treatment Academy of Industrial Technology Strands: Print Technology, Automotive and Collision, and Culinary Arts Academy of Legal, Public, Safety, Corrections, and Security Strands: Law & Criminal Justice Magnet Program, 911 Dispatcher Elective Options Directions: Select five different electives in priority order on the front side of this form. Electives are NOT guaranteed so you must provide alternatives. Please take the time to give careful thought when selecting your electives. There will be no changes after June 1, (Required Intensive course(s) may replace 1 or more electives) P06 Aerobics I T40 Auto Body I $ P26 Junior Varsity Sports P30 Life Skills T41 Auto Body II $ T80 Printing & Graphics I $ H71 Band II $ T81 Printing & Graphics II $ H72 Band III $ T82 Printing & Graphics III $ H40 Chorus I T56 Cosmetology/Barbering I $ T57 Cosmetology/Barbering II $ L50 Criminal Justice II L51 Criminal Justice III T61 Culinary Arts II $ T62 Culinary Arts III $ Y80 Psychology/Sociology (FLVS for NCAA athletes) F01 Spanish I F02 Spanish II Q13 Speech & Debate I Q15 Speech & Debate II P28 Varsity Sports P24 Weight Training I60 Digital Media Fundamentals I61 Digital Media Production I41 Introduction to Technology H60 Drama I H61 Drama II Q31 Journalism II Q32 Journalism III L61 JROTC II L62 JROTC III $ = fees may be associated with this course

7 Miami Carol City Senior High School Grade 12 Name ID Current School Phone Academy Message/Directions Choose your classes wisely after thoughtful consideration. Sign and date all forms. Share this information with your parents, and include them in the decision making process. Print clearly in order to avoid errors. Complete the entire form. Include a valid phone number we can call if we have any questions. Obtain teacher signatures for all core courses. Choose your electives in priority order. Your Academy Course is your first choice; the second request is your second choice, etc. It is important that you fill in all the requests. We will try to honor your first two choices. Do your best on the ELA and End of Course Exams. The results will impact your placement in elective courses. Students who score a Level 1 or 2 on the FSA or Math exams will need to take Intensive and/or Intensive Math. Submit any course changes by June 1, No changes can be made after that date. ELA Student Input Subject Code Title MATH SCIENCE ACADEMY ELECTIVE 1 ELECTIVE 2 ELECTIVE 3 ELECTIVE 4 For Academies, please see reverse side Teacher Signature Parent Signature Student Signature ELECTIVE 5 Check here if enrolled in Law Magnet Program** Please be sure to visit our website for additional information at ELA MATH SCIENCE SOCIAL STUDIES OTHER COURSES A14 English IV B44 Math for College C54 Physics D13/ Economics/ J47 AP Capstone Readiness D24 U.S. Gov t Research* A24 English IV B14/ B15 C41 Marine Science D45/ D46 Economics/ U.S. Gov t T24 A34 AP English Literature* B34 Trigonometry/ Math Analysis Calculus J36 AP Environmental Science* A04 English IV ESOL J38 AP Chemistry* J07/ J08 Intensive D47/ D48 AP Economics/ U.S. Gov t* T29 T27 Dual Enrollment- Foundations of Fitness* Dual Enrollment- Intro to Education* Dual Enrollment- Preparing for Student Success* J37 AP Biology* T30 Dual Enrollment- Teaching Diverse Populations* L46 Executive Internship* T92 OJT FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Academic History Schedule /Office Use Academy 6 FSA ELA LEVEL: 2 7 FSA MATH LEVEL: 3 8 ELL: 4 Alt SPED: 5 Alt PERT: Counselor GPA Incoming: Clerical * = course requires a passing score on associated FSA, EOC, and/or teacher recommendation ** = this program requires a separate application and advance requirements for approval

8 Academy Options Directions: Select two different Academy choices by writing a #1 by your top your choice and a #2 by your alternate choice. Write your #1 choice on the front side of this form. Academy of Business and Information Technology Strands: Digital Design, Multimedia Design Technology (Web Design), Business Supervision & Management Academy of Cosmetology Strands: Barbering, Facial Techniques, Hair coloring, chemical treatment Academy of Industrial Technology Strands: Print Technology, Automotive and Collision, and Culinary Arts Academy of Legal, Public, Safety, Corrections, and Security Strands: Law & Criminal Justice Magnet Program, 911 Dispatcher Elective Options Directions: Select five different electives in priority order on the front side of this form. Electives are NOT guaranteed so you must provide alternatives. Please take the time to give careful thought when selecting your electives. There will be no changes after June 1, (Required Intensive course(s) may replace 1 or more electives) P06 Aerobics I T41 Auto Body II $ T42 Auto Body III $ P30 Life Skills I44 Multimedia II I46 Multimedia III H72 Band III $ T81 Printing & Graphics II $ H73 Band IV $ T82 Printing & Graphics III $ H40 Chorus I T56 Cosmetology/Barbering I $ T57 Cosmetology/Barbering II $ L51 Criminal Justice III L52 Criminal Justice IV T62 Culinary Arts III $ Y80 Psychology/Sociology (FLVS for NCAA athletes) F02 Spanish II Q13 Speech & Debate I Q15 Speech & Debate I P28 Varsity Sports II P24 Weight Training T63 Culinary Arts IV $ I60 Digital Media Fundamentals I61 Digital Media Production I41 Introduction to Technology H60 Drama I H61 Drama II Q31 Journalism II Q32 Journalism III L62 JROTC III L63 JROTC IV $ = fees may be associated with this course

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