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CHS Juniors and Sophomores Plan for Next School Year

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The end of the 2017-2018 school year is near, which means that sophomores and juniors will have to choose their classes for the next year very soon.

Choosing classes can often be difficult and overwhelming, but this article may be able to help ease the entire process for every student.

Throughout the month of February and March, the counselors met with each student to help create their schedules for next year, informing students about required courses, as well as available electives.

Along with four core classes in English, history, science, and math, students will also have the option to choose four electives.

Juniors are required to take English III, U.S. history, a science class, and a math class; seniors are required to take an English class, government and economics, a science class, and a math class.

Current sophomores must have completed 12 credits, including English II, and current juniors must have completed 18 credits, including Algebra I, English III, and a math credit.

Students will also have the opportunity to choose electives based on their interests.

“One of our most popular electives is Driver’s Ed, and it is usually paired with ACT Prep, which is great for students who want to practice their test-taking skills!” says Ms. Dill, a counselor.

Clinton High School offers many fine arts classes such as choir, band, art, and theatre, which are also popular among students.

“It is required that students take at least one fine arts class to graduate, but I think it is a great way to express yourself and find a group of friends who are interested in the same thing you like!” Ms. Dill says.

A full list of classes offered can be found on the Counselor’s Corner page on Canvas or on the Counseling Department page on the CHS website.

There are plenty of classes to choose from, so make sure to choose the ones that best fit your interests!

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