High School Planning
- Grade Level Planning
- High School Graduation & College Admissions Requirements
- Four Year Planning
- FLEX Workshop Presentations: All Grade Levels
- Ninth Grade Planning
- Tenth Grade Planning
- Eleventh Grade Planning
- Twelfth Grade Planning
- Parent Night Presentations
Students Applying to Private and Out of State Information
- Seniors: Join our Senior Google Classroom for up to date information, handouts and presentations. You must use your FHS google account. Class code: 3j701a
Senior Classroom Presentations
Fall Family Guidance Night Presentations 10.24.19
- Grade level presentation for PTSA and website overview
- Overview of the different kinds of financial aid and how to help pay for college
- Information for students and families who will be applying to Private and Out of state schools
|Subject Requirements||High School Graduation Requirements||University Admission Requirements|
|Math||20 (Algebra I and Geometry)||30 (4 years recommended)|
|Science||20||20 (2-4 years recommended)|
|World Language*||10||20 (3-4 years recommended)|
Visual & Performing Arts*
|Electives||60||10 (approved College Prep elective)|
|Other Requirements||SAT/ACT & SAT II|
*World Language, Fine Art/Visual & Performing Arts and Applied Academics are considered Selective Electives. Students must complete 10 credits each in two (2) of the three (3) Selective Elective areas.
Students and parents can be overwhelmed by the complexity of writing a four-year high school plan. It is a daunting task. There are so many things to consider and so many unknowns. One thing that makes the four-year high school plan complicated is that many of you are really doing two things at the same time:
- Completing high school graduation requirements; and
- Completing college entrance requirements.
View a comparison of the two sets of requirements below.
Draft a four-year plan toward high school graduation and college eligibility (fill in your course work with a pencil or edit on the computer and save for future reference.) Here is a sample of a four year plan as a reference if needed.