COMPLETING THE EDUCATIONAL AND CAREER PLANNING FORM
- Locate the ECPF that you completed last year in your Google Drive. If you can’t find the one from last year you can start a new one here or look at the PDF version here
- Find your current grade level and fill in your current classes under each heading.
- Review the Graduation Requirements, list of HBW classes (HS), list of Career Center courses (HS), and Math Course Sequence (HS)
- Think about the courses you’ll most likely take over the next 1-3 years and write those down under the correct grade level. Check the type of diploma you are working towards, jot down a few words about your career plans, talents, and post-graduation plans. Complete this form and share it with your TA today!
For rising 10th-12th graders: When reviewing Career Center Courses, keep in mind that some 2-credit courses fulfill one of your regular lab science requirements (EMT, Physical Therapy/Sports Medicine, Small Animal Care/Veterinary Science, Veterinary Assistant I/II). See prerequisites listed in the course descriptions. NOTE: Forensic Technology (C28325) does not fulfill any of your lab science requirements.
COMPLETING THE COURSE REQUEST FORM
- Choose the correct Course Request Form below.
- Complete the form (referencing the Program of Studies and the classes you included on your ECPF for next year)
- Review your CRF with your TA.
- HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: YOU SHOULD HAVE SEVEN ClASSES. REMEMBER, THE COURSES YOU REQUEST NOW ARE GIVEN PRIORITY OVER THOSE YOU CHANGE OR CHOOSE IN MAY. MAKE YOUR SELECTION OF COURSES CAREFULLY AND SERIOUSLY NOW.
- VERY IMPORTANT! You MUST indicate on the form if you plan to take a Career Center class, virtual course, or an online course. Please ask your TA for more information.
- Tonight, show your google form to your parent or guardian for their review and “signature”. Once you’ve reviewed it with them and they have signed it you may submit your Course Request Form.
- Submit your CRF with your parent’s signature by Friday, February 26th. Your TA gives their final virtual “approval.” Math teachers and AP teachers will review the class lists and have a conversation with you if needed.