Hancock High School Course Request Procedures for the 2011-2012 School Term

Hancock High School Course Request Procedures for the 2011-2012 School Term

Hancock High School Course Request Procedures for the 2015-2016School Year

All course requests for the 2015-2016 school year will be submitted using your ActiveStudent account. Please follow the instructions below to schedule course requests for next school year. If you do not have internet access at home, please use the computers in the guidance office, library, or computer lab.Course requests must be entered byMarch 6, 2015.

  1. Go to
  2. Locate ActiveStudent.
  3. Click Login to access your ActiveStudent account.
  4. Enter your User Name and Password.

(If your account is locked, you have forgotten your User Name or you cannot retrieve your password, please report to guidance.)

  1. Click on the Course Request tab located at the top of the page.

General / Courses / Course Request / Gradebook / Attendance / Discipline
  1. Click the Add New Course Request. (Some required courses have already been added.)
  1. You will see the following near the bottom of the page. Follow the directions on this sheet.

Add New Course Request
Schedule / HHS 2015 2016 School Year
Course /
Course Request Type /
Preferred Term /
Add New Course Request
Schedule / HHS 2015 2016 School Year
Course /
Course Request Type /
Preferred Term /
Add New Course Request
Schedule / HHS 2015 2016 School Year
Course /
Course Request Type /
Preferred Term /
Course Name / Pref Term / Request Type / Credit Hours / Schedule
English III / Required / 1 / HHS 2015 2016 School Year / Edit / Delete

If you need help with your Course Selections, please make an appointment to see your Guidance Counselor.

12th Grade Course Requests 2015-2016

*** If you are planning on participating in Band, Theater II, III or IV, Football, Basketball, Baseball, Softball, or Cheerleading, you will need to give your name to the appropriate coach/director. The coach/director will give counselors the list of approved students. ***

Seniors
Required Classes
Subject / Regular / Honors
English / CCSS English IV(Pre-req; English III) or SREB English or DC-English Comp I (Must meet college req and fees) / AP English IV (Prereq: Honors English III) or DC-English Comp I (Must meet college req and fees)
Math, History, and Science / Review graduation track and transcript / Review graduation track and transcript

*If you want JROTC all year, you must enter both JROTC I A (1st Semester) and JROTC I B (2nd Semester).

Accounting Fundamentals / Aquatic Science/Field Experience / French II (Pre-req: French I) / Physical Science (Lab)
Advanced Seminar (Application Required) / Art I / French III (Pre-req: B or better in French II) / Physics (Pre-req: Trig/Pre-Cal or Algebra III)
Advanced World Geography / Art II / French IV (Pre-req: B or better in French II and teacher permission) / Problems in American Democracy/Problems Field
Aerospace/Astronomy / Art III / General Music / Psychology/Sociology
African-American Studies / Art IV / Geometry CCSS / Spanish I
Algebra II CCSS / Business Law/Personal Finance / Health/PE / Spanish II (Pre-req: Spanish I)
Algebra III (Formerly Trig/Pre-Cal
Pre-req: Alg II) / Ceramics I/Ceramics II (Pottery) / Historical Research (See Mr. Allemand) / Spanish III (Pre-req: B or better in Spanish II)
Annual Staff (See Ms. McRaney) / Chemistry (Pre-req: Algebra II) / Human A & P (Pre-req:Chem) / Spanish IV (Pre-req: B or better in Spanish III and teacher permission)
AP Art (Teacher approval Required) / Community Service Learning / JROTC A and/or JROTC B / SREB Math
AP Biology (Pre-req: B in Chem & Bio) / DC- College Algebra
(Must meet college req and fees) / Keyboarding/Computer Application (Only for students who have not earned a credit in STEM or ICT II) / Survey of World Religion
AP Calculus(Pre-req: Trig/Pre-Cal or Alg III) / DC–World Civilization
(Must meet college req and fees) / Marketing Essentials / Theater I
AP Chemistry (Pre-req: B in Chem) / DC-Biology
(Pre-req: Meet college req and fees) / Microbiology/Genetics (Pre-req: 80+ Bio I) / Theater II, III or IV (Audition Required: See Mr. Gladfelter)
AP European History (Pre-req: B or better in a previous History class) / Drug Ed/Safety Education / Mississippi Studies/Geography / US Govt/Economics
AP Microeconomics/AP Macro Econ / English III (Pre-req: English II) / Mythology/Creative Writing / US History
AP Physics 1 (Pre-req: Physics) / Entrepreneurship / Nutrition & Wellness/Family Dynamics / Work Release (MUST have TRANSPORTATIONand have passed all required state tests)
AP Physics C
(Pre-req: AP Phy I & AP Calculus) / Family Dynamics/Child Development / Oral Communication (Speech) / World History
AP US Govt/AP Macro Econ / French I / Personal Leadership I / Zoology/Field Experience

Career Technical Electives (Application is required)

Automotive Service Technology I / Drafting I / Health Sciences I (Prereq: Biology I) / Polymer Science I(Prereq: Algebra I 70+average)
Automotive Service Technology II / Drafting II / Health Sciences II / Polymer Science II
Construction I / Early Childhood Education I / Hotel & Restaurant Management I / Teacher Academy I
Const II - Carpentry (Prereq: Construction) / Early Childhood Education II / Hotel & Restaurant Management II / Teacher Academy II
Culinary Arts I / Engineering I (Prereq: Algebra I 70+average) / Manufacturing Fundamentals I / Welding I
Culinary Arts II / Engineering II / Metal Fabrication II (Prereq: Man Fund I) / Welding II
Career Pathways Experience (Prereq: Application/Employment)

Graduation Requirements

Traditional Pathway Option
28 Credits minimum / District (Opt Out) Pathway
24 Credits minimum / Career Pathway Option
21 Credits minimum
Graduation Requirements
4 Credits of English
English I, English II, English III, English IV
4 Credits of Math
Pre or Trans Algebra
Algebra I
Geometry
Algebra II
Trig/PreCal **(students without pre or trans algebra)
4 Credits of Science
Biology I
Physical Science /Chemistry/Physics (select 1)
______Student Choice
______Student Choice
4 Credits of Social Studies
1 World History
1 U. S. History
½ Geography
½ U. S. Government
½ Economics
½ Mississippi Studies
½ Credit of Health and ½ Credit of Physical Education
Health or
JROTC II (Counts as Health Credit)
PE, Sports PE, Band, JROTC I
1 Credit of Business & Technology
Computer Discovery, ICT II, 9th STEM, or Comp Apps and Keyboarding
1 Credit of Art
Art, Gen Music, Band, Theater
9 Credits of Electives-From Student’s Program of Study / Graduation Requirements
4 Credits of English
English I, English II, English III, English IV
4 Credits of Math
Pre- Algebra
Trans Algebra
Algebra I
Geometry
3 Credits of Science
Intro to Biology
Biology I
______Student Choice
3.5 Credits of Social Studies
1 World History
1 U. S. History
½ U. S. Government
½ Economics
½ Mississippi Studies
½ Credit of Health
Health
1 Credit of Business & Technology
Computer Discovery, ICT II, 9th STEM, or
Computer Applications and Keyboarding
1 Credit of Art
Art, Gen Music, Band, Theater
7 Credits of Electives- From Student’s Program of Study / Graduation Requirements
4 Credits of English
English I, English II, English III, English IV
3 Credits of Math
Pre- Algebra or Trans Algebra,
Algebra I
Geometry
3 Credits of Science
Intro to Biology
Biology I
______Student Choice
3 Credits of Social Studies
1 U. S. History
½ U.S. Government
½ Mississippi Studies
3rd Social Study Credit
½ Credit of Health or ½ Credit ofPhysical Education
Health or Physical Education
1 Credit of Integrated Technology
Computer Discovery, ICT II, 9th STEM, or Computer Applications and Keyboarding
4 Credits of Career & Technical EducationElectives
2 ½ Credits of Electivesfrom Student’s Program of Study