||BHHS Guidance Office
FINANCIAL AID NOTICES, COLLEGE ACCEPTANCE LETTERS, EDUCATION PLANS, 2013-14 FORECASTING & ADVISING; KEEPING GRADES UP, ......WOW! LOTS AND LOTS GOING ON THIS TIME OF YEAR! KEEP IT UP, WE'RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER!
POWER SCHOOL FORECASTING/REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN THROUGH APRIL 21. ALL 9, 10 AND 11 GRADE STUDENTS MUST REGISTER FOR NEXT YEAR. IF YOU HAVE DIFFICULTIES OR PROBLEMS GO TO THE CAREER CENTER......REMEMBER YOU MUST MEET PREREQUISITES IN ORDER TO REGISTER FOR MANY CLASSES.
BHHS CAREER CENTER
Center is open daily with both adult and student advisors to help with questions about a wide range of topics.....forecasting, PEP, CIS, portfolios, college applications, SAT or ACT testing, college catalogues, military flyers, trade & career school catalogues, ASPIRE mentors, TRiO services, and much, much more.
COMING IN April
April 5.......Beyond BHHS application - extended dealine
April 8......."Morning at Southwestern" field trip
April 8.......COMPASS testing on campus
April 13......ACT testing on campus
TBA...........SWOCC Advising on campus
TBA...........SWOCC Registration for Beyond & other students
COMING IN may & june
May 1.......Balance on any AP Exams due in order to take test
May 1.......Junior Portfolios due to Staff Advisor
May 8 & 9 AP Exam testing - location Trinity Lutheran Church on Easy Street; 7:30am
May 8.......Scholarship Reception in BHHS cafeteria; 2:15?
Jun 7 - Mandatory Graduation Rehearsal 9:00 am
Jun 8 - Graduation Ceremony, 2:00pm Elmer Bankus Field
OVERALL IMPORTANT SCHOOL DATES
September 4 - First day of school
September 27 - Earlybird Senior Presentations
November 28 - Senior Presentations
December 11 - Juniors College 101 Trip
Winter Break - 12/24/12 to 1/4/13
January 1 - FAFSA opens (Financial Aid)
January 16 - Senior Presentations
January 27 - Last day of semester 1
March 8 - Important Local Scholarships Due
Spring Break - 3/25/13 to 3/29/13
May 4 - Academic Excellence recognition figured (seniors)
May 8 - BHSF Scholarship Reception
May 24- Juniors - Portfolios Due
June 7 - Seniors Graduation Rehearsal
June 8 - ***Graduation***
June 14 - Last day of school
Link to district master calendar:
Essential Skills Test and Work Sample Requirements for Graduation
When you receive your class schedule in the fall you may notice there are some math or English classes you hadn't signed up for. This is to enable you to pass the required OAKS testing and meet state and national required standards for receiving a standard high school diploma.
Having started with the class of 2012 students must demonstrate proficiency in three areas, they are reading, writing and math. A student first demonstrates proficiency by passing the OAKS test (Oregon Assessment of Knowledge & Skills), opportunities to demonstrate proficiency through work samples is also given throughout the year. For those students not fully prepared to meet these standards new support classes have been developed as well as restructuring existing ones to enable student success.
Class of 2013 - Proficiency in Reading & Writing Class of 2014 and beyond - Reading, Writing & Math
Daily Workshops with an advisory has been created for all students and will provide intervention support 3 days a week for any student not reaching proficiency levels in all classes and subject areas. Students reaching proficiency or mastery in classes (A, B or C) will have the option of starting their lunch period early or staying for study and support. Students needing the support will be able to work with a workshop teacher in one or more of the areas they need assistance in until proficiency is reached.
"Plus" classes will be offered to bring 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade students up to grade level reading & writing and math skills. Student who did not pass their OAKS testing, may not have passed their English, Algebra or Geometry class, and/or continued to exhibit difficulties at high school will be placed in these classes to enable their success. Plus classes will also meet your elective requirements toward graduation so nothing is lost, everything is gained.
Oregon Career Information System
Oregon Dept of Ed. Graduation Requirements
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Guidance and Counseling
Brookings-Harbor High School, Dist 17-C
629 Easy Street
Brookings, OR 97415