Master Schedule and Course Selection

MASTER SCHEDULE AND
COURSE SELECTION

The following are resources for the students of Bartram Trail High School to utilize to select their academic pathway.  Please note that there is no “perfect” academic pathway to success.  Students and parents meet with School Counselors to help plan their academic pathway during February and March.  The Master Schedule is designed, maintained, and modified by our Registrar, Ms. Melissa Roughan.

RESOURCES/HANDOUTS
CLICK HERE>>
  2019 Course Scheduling Timeline
CLICK HERE>> 2019-2020 Course Progressions
CLICK HERE>>  2019-2020 BTHS Course Catalog
CLICK HERE>> AP and Dual Enrollment Comparison Sheet
CLICK HERE>> Florida State University AP Credit
CLICK HERE>> Scheduling Parent Workshop: Rising 10th Grade Handouts
CLICK HERE>> Scheduling Parent Workshop: Rising 11th Grade Handouts
CLICK HERE>> Scheduling Parent Workshop: Rising 12th Grade Handouts

PRESENTATIONS
CLICK HERE>> Welcome to Bear Nation! 8th Grade Night Prezi
CLICK HERE>> 2019-2020 Registration Information Prezi
CLICK HERE>>  The Registration Process Prezi
CLICK HERE>> AP and Dual Enrollment Prezi
CLICK HERE>> Scheduling Parent Workshop: Rising 10th Grade Presentation
CLICK HERE>> Scheduling Parent Workshop: Rising 11th Grade Presentation
CLICK HERE>> Scheduling Parnet Workshop: Rising 12th Grade Presentation

Please take the following into consideration when planning for your student’s next school year:

  • Make your course selections with your post-high school PLANS IN MIND.
  • YOU MUST have core academics that meet graduation requirements, those planning to:
I PLAN TO: COURSE CONSIDERATIONS:
ATTEND 4-YEAR COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY
  • Academic RIGOR in multiple subject areas
    Coursework I will see again in college that will help me with PRIOR KNOWLEDGE (i.e. Anatomy Physiology, Physics, Creative Writing, Art History, Technology, 2-D ART, etc.)
  • A continuation of my ACADEMY courses
    Multiple levels of World Language (no less than 2 levels for Florida schools; some out of state schools require more)
  • A continuation of my ELECTIVES program (Drawing, Painting, Sculpting, Photography, Digital Video, World Language, Theatre, Chorus, Band)
  • Accumulate community service hours
ATTEND 2-YEAR STATE COLLEGE
  • Academically challenging courses
    Courses to develop my PRIOR KNOWLEDGE in subject areas I find difficult or subject areas that will support my degree program
  • A continuation of my ACADEMY courses
  • A second level of world language with grades of “C” and higher so I can choose to be exempt from taking additional units of world language in my AA transfer degree (unless I am majoring in a language-required degree or if I want to take more language at the college level)
  • No, I do not need world language to graduate high school or to enroll at a Florida state college—BUT I DO NEED TWO LEVELS OF ONE WORLD LANGUAGE FOR BRIGHT FUTURES SCHOLARSHIP ELIGIBILITY)
  • Community service hours
ATTEND TECHNICAL COLLEGE
  • Academics that support continued career and technical interests
  • Electives I enjoy and new electives I have not yet been able to complete in prior school years
  • Completion of courses that support the Bright Futures Vocational Gold Seal Scholarship
  • Test Preparation courses to meet graduation and vocational benchmarks if testing is a struggle for me
  • Community Service Hours
  • Executive Co-Op to explore career skills and earn high school elective credit

ENLIST IN MILITARY

  • Academics that support military career interests so I can develop academic strength in those areas
  • Completion of at least two years of one world language to support the opportunities I may be provided for college courses while enlisted
  • Completion of my AFJROTC program, if enrolled
    Bright Futures Eligibility requirements for post-military opportunities

FULL TIME WORK

  • Completion of ACADEMY and/or ELECTIVE course series
  • Executive CO-OP program to explore career skills and earn high school elective credit (up to three or four sections available based on hours of work scheduled and remaining graduation requirements)
  • Test Preparation courses to meet graduation testing requirements if needed
  • Voluntary Internship Program for exploration of career skills in office or other areas