Registration guides High school registration guide 2022-23 [copy] - Page 4

Introduction to the Registration Guide TERMINOLOGY AND DEFINITIONS

This registration guide is designed to help you select your courses . The guide explains which courses you need for graduation and when you need to take them . It will also help you choose courses to meet your goals after high school , whether you want to get a particular kind of job , go to college , or enlist in military service .
Here are the parts to this registration guide :
• This introduction will define important terms and answer frequently asked questions
• The planning guide for graduation gives information about district graduation requirements
• You will also find a graduation requirements checklist to track your progress toward graduation
• Assistance for students
• Program options
• Earn college credit in high school
• Activities eligibility
• Post-Secondary planning
• Course descriptions give detailed information about each course offered by the Anoka-Hennepin School District
For more information about these topics , or any other questions you may have , please contact your counselor . See the last page of this registration guide for school telephone numbers .
This guide is also available at : ahschools . us / documentcenter [ click on the folder entitled “ Registration Guides ”].

Course Description Key

Course Title [ Title of the course ]*
Prerequisite / Selection Process : [ Courses needed before taking this course ]
Intended Audience : [ Grade level when most students take the course ]
Credit : [ Credits earned toward graduation when you pass the course ]
Major Outcomes : [ Topics covered in the course ]
Projects , Activities , etc .: [ Significant learning experiences connected to this course ]
Instructional focus : [ Describes structures used by teachers of the course ]
Co-curricular Connection : [ School activities that are connected to this course and students may enjoy ]
* Codes :
AC – Articulated credit ; See “ Earn College Credit ” section later in this guide
AP – Advanced Placement ; See “ Earn College Credit ” section later in this guide
Coll – Concurrent enrollment ; See “ Earn College Credit ” section later in this guide
Honors – Courses with more rigorous expectations ; See “ Honors Courses ” later in this guide
IB – International Baccalaureate ; See “ Earn College Credit ” section later in this guide
NOCTI – National Occupational Competency Testing Institute
PLTW – Project Lead the Way ; course uses science , technology , engineering , and math concepts
AndHS – Andover High School AHS – Anoka High School BHS – Blaine High School CPHS – Champlin Park High School CRHS – Coon Rapids High School STEP – Secondary Technical Education Program
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