It s never too late to earn your High School Diploma! Anne Arundel Evening High School Program of Studies Fall Semester

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It s never too late to earn your High School Diploma! Anne Arundel Evening High School Program of Studies Fall Semester What is Evening High School? The Evening High School is an alternative
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It s never too late to earn your High School Diploma! Anne Arundel Evening High School Program of Studies Fall Semester What is Evening High School? The Evening High School is an alternative high school instructional program. Anyone who is under 21 and interested in completing a high school education may attend, as well as students currently enrolled in a regular daytime high school program. Students under the age of 16 must be currently enrolled in the regular daytime high school program to attend Evening High School. Credits earned by successful completion of courses in Evening High School count toward fulfilling requirements for obtaining the Maryland High School Diploma. Service continuums and support will be provided for students with disabilities. Why should you attend Evening High School? If you did not finish high school, the Evening High School program offers you an opportunity to complete your high school education and earn your high school diploma. Credits already earned by you in previous schools will be applied toward the graduation requirements for Maryland. The Evening High School Program will lead to a high school diploma that is readily accepted by the military, colleges, and employers. If you are a student currently attending a high school program during the day, the Evening High School offers you opportunities to make up credits or take extra courses. What is the Evening High School schedule? The Evening High School program is offered during the fall and spring semesters. Classes meet for 1.5 hours, two nights per week on either a Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday schedule. Students may take up to 8 classes each semester. The 2014 Fall Semester Schedule Registration: September 2, 3 & 4 from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Classes Start: Monday & Wednesday classes September 10, 2014 Tuesday & Thursday classes September 9, 2014 Length of Class Periods Class schedules will be available at each Evening High School location during registration. What is the Contact Information for each Campus? Annapolis Campus Administrator: Ms. Patricia Suriano Hours: 3:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Tuesday & Thursday 2700 Riva Road Annapolis, MD Phone: Fax: Glen Burnie Campus Administrator: Ms. Kathleen Dugan Hours: 3:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Monday Thursday 7550 Baltimore & Annapolis Blvd. Media (A) Building Glen Burnie, MD Phone: Fax: Meade Campus Hours: 3:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Monday Thursday 1100 Clark Road Ft. George G. Meade, MD Phone: Fax: North County Campus Hours: 3:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Monday & Wednesday 10 E. 1st Avenue Glen Burnie, MD Phone: Fax: Administrator: Mr. John France Mr. Anthony Andrione Administrator: Mr. Reed Cooper Severna Park Campus Administrator: Ms. Sonja Davenport Hours: 3:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Tuesday & Thursday 60 Robinson Road Severna Park, MD Phone: Fax: South River Campus Administrator: Mrs. Rosaria Jablonski Hours: 3:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Monday Thursday 201 Central Avenue, East Edgewater, MD Phone: Fax: Course Offerings Note: Unless otherwise indicated, courses are offered at all centers; however the course offerings at each evening high school campus are determined by the availability of teachers and the final budget approved by the county. Call the evening high school campus lead administrator for an up-to-date schedule of course offerings. Art G19000 G35000 G45000 G46000 Foundations of Studio Art Photo & Digital (South River Campus only) Studio 1: 2D Art Studio 2: 2D Art (Glen Burnie Campus only) Business & Communication Technology Q20000 Q21000 Q22000 Q50000 Q65000 S24000 English Principles of Business A Principles of Business B Career Research & Development Software Applications (Glen Burnie campus) Computer Skills for Academic Success Career Research & Development Work Experience Must be taken concurrently with the Career Research & Development course offered in Evening High School (check campus for availability) A09000 English 9 A10000 English 10 A11000 English 11 A12000 English 12 World & Classical Language E61000 E62000 Level I Spanish Level II Spanish Health and Physical Education L37000 L70000 L82000 Team Sports (South River campus) Health Education (Glen Burnie campus) Fitness for Life I (Glen Burnie campus) Mathematics D11000 D27000 D28000 D29000 D41000 D51000 D77000 Integrated Topics of Mathematics Algebra I Geometry Algebra II Foundations of College Algebra Pre-Calculus Statistical Analysis Science C24000 C26000 C30000 C33000 C80000 C81000 Matter and Energy Biology Earth/Space Systems Science Forensic Science (Glen Burnie & South River campuses) Astronomy (South River campus) Marine Biology (Severna Park campus) Social Studies B20000 B29000 B38000 History of the United States World History United States Government Technology Education M69000 Foundation of Technology A M70000 Foundation of Technology B Community Plaza During the school year all Annapolis High School students can take advantage of a new after-school program, Community Plaza, offered through Annapolis Evening High School/ESOL. Students who are native Spanish speakers can improve their Spanish reading and writing skills. Students studying Spanish as a foreign language can immerse themselves in Spanish language mini courses, covering topics such as history, mathematics, science, literature, and contemporary issues in Latin America. For more information, please contact Marcianna Lane Rodriguez, Ph.D. at How do I know what I need in order to graduate? The number of credits and courses required for graduation depends upon the graduation requirements in place at the time you entered ninth grade. At the time of registration, evening high school counselors review student records to determine the appropriate course of study for each student. Students enrolled in a day high school program are subject to the current requirements for graduation. What are the policies on attendance and student conduct? A student who misses more than three class meetings is considered excessively absent and may not meet requirements for earning credit. The Evening High School Lead Administrator and teacher(s) review cases of absenteeism to decide whether or not credit can be awarded. Regular day school conduct and dress requirements are in effect. Serious and/or repeated violations of school rules and regulations will be sufficient reason for dropping a student from Evening High School without a refund of fees. Smoking or possession of tobacco products is not permitted on school property or at school-sponsored events. Are textbooks provided? Yes, textbooks are provided on loan to the student. They are returned at the completion of each course and/or when a student withdraws. A fee is charged to students for damaged and/or lost textbooks. Students are responsible for supplying instructional materials that are required by the teacher of each course. How do I enroll? If you did not complete high school, you may enroll in Evening High School Bring a transcript of previously earned credits, SR1 card, Maryland Transfer Form (SR7), and a copy of your immunization records when you register at the center of your choice. If you attended high school in Anne Arundel County Public Schools, you can request a copy of your transcripts by calling Counselors will review your records and determine which courses you will need to complete graduation requirements. If you are currently attending a day high school, you must have a concurrent enrollment form signed by a parent/guardian and home school principal or designee. The Evening High School will forward all grades and other pertinent information to the home school. Is there a graduation ceremony? Yes! All evening high school students are invited to participate in a graduation ceremony that is held each June. This is a popular and moving ceremony in which graduating seniors, wearing caps and gowns, receive their high school diplomas in front of families and friends. Join us and experience this for yourself! How much does it cost? $300 per course for Anne Arundel County students who are attending a day high school program. Students whose families receive public assistance may be eligible for tuition reduction to $100/course. Parents/guardians must document receipt of public assistance at the time of registration. Examples of documentation include current Medical Assistance Card, Food Stamp verification, Independence Card, Public Housing Assistance, Emergency Assistance Card, Women, Infants, and Children program, or Free and Reduced Meals (FARMS) verification. $600 per course for nonresidents of Anne Arundel County $50 per semester, non-concurrent student registration fee, for Anne Arundel County residents, under 21 years old, who are not attending a day high school program. These special funds are to support student and school-based functions benefiting the students. All fees must be paid at the time of registration. Please make checks payable to: Anne Arundel County Public Schools The check or money order should have the name of the student printed on it. Checks returned for insufficient funds may result in the student s withdrawal from school. A $10 processing fee will be charged for returned checks. Requests for refunds must be referred to the Principal of the Evening High School Program. No refunds will be made after the first class meeting. Refunds will be made if a class is cancelled due to low enrollment. For additional information contact: Nelson C. Horine, II, Principal Evening High School Program (410) Anne Arundel County Public Schools Office of Evening High School George Arlotto, Ed.D., Superintendent of Schools Anne Arundel County Public Schools prohibits discrimination in matters affecting employment or in providing access to programs on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or disability unrelated in nature and extent so as to reasonably preclude performance. For more information, contact The Office of Investigations, Anne Arundel County Public Schools, 2644 Riva Road, Annapolis, Maryland 21401, (410) ; TDD (410) AACPS Office of Evening High School DPS/JH 2794/3 (Rev. 8/14)
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