Attend Freshman Orientation usually held the week before school starts.
Find out where your classes are and where everything is on your new campus (i.e. student store, library, health office, counselor office, lunch lines, etc.)
Review your class schedule to make sure there are no mistakes.
Meet new friends and surround yourself with good people.
Get involved. Attend Club Rush in September and join a club.
Find out when the various sports are offered.
Get ready for final exams in December.
Keep your grades up. Grades do count your freshman year and set the tone for high school!
Get ready to pick your classes when you return from winter break in January.
Research classes you’re thinking of: Talk to friends, sophomores, teachers, counselors, etc..
Spring finals are in June. Study, study, study.
Plan for summer ... Work? Volunteer? Read two books or more.
"TEEN TALK" EDUCATION DURING 9TH GRADE - HEALTH CONNECTED
Each year, 9th grade students receive a two-week Teen Talk course as part of their Physical Education curriculum.
This course is conducted by Health Connected and includes comprehensive sexuality education, including: lessons on anatomy; sexual identity; relationships; birth control; STIs; consent; and sexual safety.
Below are the most recent findings from the 2017-18 school year for your review. If you have any questions about this curriculum, please contact your student's PE Educator.