Belleview High School Appropriate course work and standardized testing are tools used to SAT or ACT scores,practice testtaking skills or assistance with passing the ged and attend http://www.marion.k12.fl.us/schools/bhs/guidance.html
Extractions: First step into high school assessed through FCAT scores, teacher recommendations and parent/counselor discussions. Maximized learning climate and future goals facilitated through efforts by counselors who continuously monitor and change schedules as needed. Pesco Interest Inventory, which builds self concept, given to each student. Counselors develop a 4-year portfolio and conduct several classroom visitations throughout the year. 10th Grade
Testing - Testing & Accountability (CA Dept Of Education) Information regarding the development, coordination and implementation of Californias statewide testing programs created to improve Californias schools and to increase the achievement of all Student testing. General guidance for California Educational Development Test (ged standardized testing and Reporting (STAR) program. Test results are used for student and school http://www.cde.ca.gov/ta/tg
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Extractions: Getting Into College! You're about to embark on your journey to school, but you have no clue where to begin. Well, Kaplan Test Preparation would like to help by providing you with some tips and tricks of where to begin. 4Tests.com and Barrons Education partner to provide high school and college students with free online practice exams. Some of these exams include: And if you need additional help on these or any other high school or college exam don't hesitate to check out Barrons Education where you can order their books online.
Extractions: http://www.pluk.org The Parents' Guide to Transition is funded by the U.S. Department of Education through an agreement with Montana's Office of Public Instruction for the Montana Systems Change for Transition Services for Youth with Disabilities Project (#H158A50001). Content of the guide does not represent the policy of the U.S Department of Education and one should not assume endorsement by Montana's Office of Public Instruction. The development of the Parents' Guide to Transition was made possible through the support of the Office of Public Instruction, Region II Transition Coordinating Council and Technical Assistance Centers at the Montana Center on Disabilities and the Rural Institute on Disabilities. This material is available in alternative formats by contacting the publisher above.
Alabama Homeschooling : Church School Directory Homeschooling information, links, and resources from HEART A high school diploma program. Resources available for check out. standardized testing least a high school diploma/ged What's Provided Curriculum guidance. Newsletter. Classes / field http://www.educationalfreedom.com/heart/pages/churchschooldirectory.html
Extractions: Tuition: $150.00 Per family per year What's Provided: Diploma and graduation ceremony Yearly transcripts Monthly newsletter Field trips Monthly activities Used book sales Administrator available for help with curriculum and other homeschooling problems and questions Easy access by phone or e-mail Back to list PO Box 37
KernLearn.net -> Home -> Guidance -> Teacher portion of the school guidance curriculum that deals with 9 and 10. ged A high school equivalency exam; consists STAR (California's standardized testing and Reporting Program) A http://www.kernlearn.net/GUI/TEA/CounselingTerminology.asp
Extractions: ACE (Assessments in Career Education): This program offers end-of-course examinations that recognize students who demonstrate outstanding achievement in selected career-technical areas; offered in the areas of agricultural core, computer science and information systems, health care, food service and hospitality, and technology core; several academy-type programs require the use of these exams, particularly agriculture and health care. ACT (American College Test): ): One of the two major college entrance tests; this assessment measures skills in English, mathematics, reading, and science reasoning needed for college work and is more curriculum oriented than the SAT I. Either the SAT I or the ACT is required for admission to most four-year colleges/universities.
ERIC/CEM - School Choice Discussion school diploma or a ged standardized testing only; sixteen others provide an alternative to testing. Lawsuits to secure homeschoolers' access to publicschool a guidance counselor to http://eric.uoregon.edu/trends_issues/choice/home_schooling.html
Extractions: Clearinghouse on Educational Policy and Management "Search Help" Note that this is a web site search and will not search our databases ("Directory of Organizations", "In-Process Abstracts", the ERIC Database , "Publications"). Abstracts Discussion Links References ... Resources Homeschooling Even today, the majority of parents who homeschool their children do so for religious reasons, basing instruction on "religious teachings, moral values, and patriotism mixed with basic skills" (Russo and Gordon 1996). A smaller group, identified as "pedagogues," use unstructured, child-centered curricular approaches modeled on reform advocates' philosophies or favor a more structured learning climate stressing "discipline, homework, individualized instruction, and patriotism." A recent study of homeschooling rationales in a strong school-choice state (Minnesota) found that parents' reasons fell into five broad categories: educational philosophy, a child's special needs, school climate, family lifestyle/parenting philosophy, and religion and ethics (Lange and Liu 1999). Parents appeared to have multiple reasons for homeschooling that were independent of religious beliefs. Mitchell Stevens, author of
Colleges, Universities, And Trade Schools Programs Adult educationged and life/job skills servicescareer assessment,standardized testing, financial aid contact your high school guidance counselor http://www.geocities.com/transitionlink/postsecondary.html
Extractions: POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION For those students who wish to continue their academic preparation, there ware several options available in the Peoria County area. Some programs offer students with disabilities a variety of support services. These services include tutoring, counseling, note taking, readers, interpreting, on-camput medical assistance, and job placement. COLLEGE / UNIVERSITY ILLINOIS CENTRAL COLLEGE Coordinator for Services for Students with Disabilities (309) 694-5131 / (309) 694-5749 LD Specialist (309) 694-5721 (TTY / TDD) ELIGIBILITY: ICC maintains a strong support system to accommodate all individuals with disabilities. SERVICES: Supplemental support services ( examples: peer notetakers, sign language interpreters, taped books, test-taking assistance, readers/writers, enlargement of classroom materials and tests, testing accommodations). Information is available from individual state universities concerning the services provided for students with disabilities. Spoon River College www.SpoonriverCollege.net
Alternatives To Day School The ged tests are for adults who did not The Ontario High school Equivalency Certificateis awarded successful completion of five standardized tests in the http://www.markhamdistrict.hs.yrdsb.edu.on.ca/guidance/Alternatives to Day Schoo
Extractions: Most students earn their high school credits by attending a day school , but there are many other ways to earn a high school credit. Each of these alternatives have advantages and disadvantages. Your high school Guidance Counsellor can help you to modify your plan for high school , if you wish to consider some of these alternatives to day school. What are your options after you retire from day school with or without your diploma? Adult Education Home Schooling ... Adult Education The Richmond Hill Adult Community Learning Centre (11160 Yonge Street in Richmond Hill) offers high school credit courses to adults who are 21 years and over. Persons 18 to 20 years old may register with the permission of the Principal of the Richmond Hill Adult Community Learning Centre. Students may earn either one or two credits in each of the four quadmesters. For additional information, read the Continuing Education Course Guide or contact the Adult Learning Centre at (905) 884-2046.
New Canaan High School Common Application A standardized admission application adopted by approximately200 colleges. ged General Educational Development testing Program. http://www.newcanaan.k12.ct.us/high/StudentServicesHandout/lexicon.htm
Freshman Application & Admission submit a copy of their ged certificate along or by writing the Education testing Service(CEEB that the secondary school record, standardized test scores, final http://www.ju.edu/admissions/policies_freshmanApplicationAdmission.asp
Extractions: My JU Blackboard Directory Search ... Policies Policies International Students Transfer Students Admission Notification Enrollment Deposit ... Readmission Freshmen applicants must submit: A completed application; A $30.00 non-refundable application fee; Official copy(ies) of secondary school transcript(s); SAT or ACT test results; Counselor recommendation form (attached to the application); and Letter(s) of recommendation. Additionally, art students must also submit a portfolio, and music, theatre arts, and dance students must audition with the appropriate department. Applicants who have not earned a diploma from a high school accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools or other similar accreditation body, but who have received a high school equivalency diploma or certificate from their state by satisfactory performance on American Council of Educations Tests of Educational Development (GED), must submit a copy of their GED certificate along with the application for admission. Every freshman applicant must submit scores on the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT 1) of the College Entrance Examination Board or the American College Test (ACT) of the American College Testing Program. Information regarding these tests may be obtained from a high school guidance office or by writing the Education Testing Service (CEEB), Box 592, Princeton, New Jersey 08540, or the ACT Registration, Box 414, Iowa City, Iowa 52240. The applicant must ensure that the secondary school record, standardized test scores, final academic transcript(s), and any statements and recommendations are sent to the Director of Admission.
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Bradford Area School District Support Learning Disabilities Program standardized testing Program Home schoolingHomebound Instruction ged testing Center Other in the school district include http://www.bradfordareaschools.org/services_programs.cfm
Extractions: OFFICES OF PUPIL PERSONNEL AND SPECIAL SERVICES The Bradford Area School District offers a wide variety of Special Education Services to children in our schools. The following represents an explanation of services. If you wish to request any of these services or want more information call the Pupil Personnel Office at 814-362-3841. Psychological Services Multidisciplinary Evaluation Speech Guidance Counselor Special Education Classes Gifted Support Learning Disabilities Program Standardized Testing Program Home Schooling Homebound Instruction GED Testing Center PA Access Coordinator District Homeless Liaison FERPA - HIPAA Regulator School Nursing Services Early Intervention Transition Secondary Student Transition Provide OT/PT Therapy Service Agreement - 504 Plan Residential Placement Coordinator Alternative Education/District Liaison with Beacon Light Behavioral Health Systems Psychological Services provided in the school district include the evaluation of students, recommendation to teachers, and parent conferences. Psychological tests are administered for a variety of reasons by the school psychologist. Parents will be advised in advance of the need for testing and must give consent for the testing to be done. After the testing process has been completed and the reports written, parents are notified and appropriate conferences are scheduled.
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To: Guidance Counselors And ISAEP Coordinators The parent will sign Referral for testing form referral to an alternative program/schoolor ISAEPged. equivalent or higher on a standardized reading test http://www.opencampus.vbcps.k12.va.us/ISAEP explanation.htm
Extractions: ISAEP Lab hours are: Monday-Thursday 8:30 AM 3:30 PM (lunch break 12-12:30 PM) 3:30 PM-8: 30PM Fridays will be scheduled on a first to come basis for sign up. 8:30AM to 12NOON *Transportation is not provided to OC. For Guidance Counselors, Home School Individual Student Alternative Education Plan Coordinators, Parent Information A. What is the Individual Student Alternative Education Program (ISAEP)? The ISAEP is an umbrella under which Alternative Programs may operate. One part of this program is the ISAEP-GED program for in-school students. The program at Open Campus will allow students 16-17 years old to work toward a General Education Development (GED) Certificate without dropping out of school. Students must be referred and must qualify to be admitted. B.
Fort Pierce Central High School S Main Page standardized tests. personal records; for class ranking; for ged (high school equivalencydiploma) counseling; for inormation about testing; to request http://plato.stlucie.k12.fl.us/fpc/main.html
Lauderdale County Optional School written and has allowed the Optional school Program to specifically to prepare usersfor the ged, ACT, Competency, and other standardized testing. http://www.lauderdale-lea.lauderdale.k12.tn.us/rhs/optional/
Extractions: Lauderdale County Optional School The Lauderdale County Board of Education has recently opened a new school.The Lauderdale County Optional School is a program to help students who are at least three semesters behind in regular school and are on the verge of dropping out. Students must be 16, 17, or 18 years old to participate and they must express a willingness to complete this program and earn a G.E.D.. The G.E.D. or General Education Diploma is equivalent to a regular high school diploma. This G.E.D. will allow the students to attend vocational training, become part of the work force, or even attend college. The requirements for eligibility are quite strict. If the students meet the above requirements for age and placement, they are also expected to complete a two page application and are interviewed by the principal to determine whether they are sincerely willing to participate and cooperate. While attending the Optional School , the students are held to the same discipline code as Ripley High School. Problems with discipline are handled quickly and effectively by the instructors and principal. The students were given the option to attend this school and will be sent back to the school from which they came if they can not behave. The students in the Optional School are working towards successfully completing their G.E.D.. Some of the students come to the Optional program without having passed the Tennessee Competency Test. They are required to pass this exam before they are eligible to take the G.E.D.. Therefore, the students attending are divided into 3 sections or classes: the students preparing for the G.E.D., and two sections of students initially preparing for the Competency test.
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Rogers High School Graduation Requirements Open Admissions policyÑmay enroll with a HS diploma or ged; No standardized testsrequired; Sands Community school in the Night school, Summer school, or Full http://www.elkriver.k12.mn.us/rogerssh/guidance/guidancehome.htm
Extractions: Rogers High School Guidance Office Counselors are available to all students and parents at Rogers High School. Their primary concern is the welfare and success of the students. They provide help with questions or concerns related to school, home, friends, careers, jobs, the future, and personal matters. Counselors work with parents and students to offer information regarding schedules, curriculum, and test score interpretation. Counselors are also familiar with agencies and resources that are available for situations that are beyond the responsibility or capability of the school. RHS counselors work specifically with the following students: Anne Helgaas Ext 1608 th grade th grade Marilou Grundman Ext 1609 th grade (Available Tuesday, Thursday and Friday PM) Rogers High School Graduation Requirements Class of 2005 th Grade 11th Grade th Grade English 10 (2 cr) English 11 (2 cr) English Electives (2 cr) Am History (2 cr) Geography (2 cr) Government (1 cr) Science (2 cr) Social Elective (1 cr) Mathematics (2 cr) Health (1 cr) Physical Ed (1 cr) Minimum Elec (2 cr) Minimum Elec (6 cr) Minimum Elec (6 cr) Total 12 cr Total 10 cr Total 10 cr Class of 2006 As ERASD changed from a 10-12 high school to a 9-12 high school, graduation requirements have changed.
WJ Guidance FAQ Page We have standardized test registration packets (SATs and ACTs), a listing ofaverage SAT testing information (SAT, PSAT, ACT, TOEFL ged information. http://www.mcps.k12.md.us/schools/wjhs/studserve/guidance/FAQ.html
Extractions: WJ GUIDANCE ADVISORY COMMITTEE (GAC) FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs) How can I schedule a meeting with my counselor? To whom do I go and is it smart to meet with my counselor just so I can introduce myself? To schedule a meeting with your counselor, you may come to guidance and pick up a green appointment request form which is self-explanatory. Fill out this form and put it in your counselors mailbox. For Ms. Hunt, her calendar is by the tray with the green appointment forms. Fill in a suitable time and ask Ms. Matos for a pass for that time. It is, indeed smart to meet with your counselor and introduce yourself. This way, your counselor gets to know you and a relationship is established. What do I do if my counselor is unavailable when I need to talk to him/her? If your counselor is unavailable you can do any of the following: Make an appointment using the green appointment sheet or the counselor calendar explaining what you want to discuss. The counselor will get back to you. If it is an emergency please let the secretary or another counselor know. There are other counselors available and they may be able to help you immediately.