BHS Family-Friendly Progress Report


Name of Student: (Fill in)

Developed with funding from a Partnership for Change Family-School Partnership Implementation Team Grant. This report was designed with multilingual families and students working with Parents for Change to make it easier to understand a student's progress toward college and career-readiness.

Any student can use their current report card or transcript to create and print their own family friendly report.  Just follow these steps:

  1. Select Class and Grade, and click "Go". You can repeat for additional classes in each subject area. For example, if you have taken two English classes you can enter them both in succession. Show me
  2. After you enter your classes, use your web browser to print the report, review the class chart and complete the planning form.

english

Grade Chart

F
0-59

D-
60-62

D
63-66

D+
67-69

C-
70-72

C
73-76

C+
77-79

B-
80-82

B
83-86

B+
87-89

A-
90-92

A
93-96

A+
97-100

SUBJECT BEGINNER MIDDLE PRE-COLLEGE/CAREER-READY COLLEGE/CAREER READY
english
  • Essential Reading
  • ELL English 1
  • ELL Reading 1
  • READ 180
  • ELL English 2
  • ELL Reading 2
  • ELL English 3
  • Transitional English
  • Bridging English
  • EPC 9
  • EPC 10
  • Strategic Reading
  • English 9: Narrative Patterns Honors
  • English 9: Elements of Writing/Reading
  • English 10: Foundation Lit, Writing, Speech
  • English 10: Genre Honors
  • Broad World of Ideas
  • English 11: American Lit Tradition
  • English 11: Seminar In American Literature Honors
  • English 12: Advanced Composition
  • English 12: Chaucer/Shakespeare Honors
  • English 12: Cinema Studies
  • English 12: Creative Writing
  • English 12: Contemporary Literature
  • English 12: Reading/Writing Poetry
  • English 12: Speech/Communication
  • English 12: World Literature
  • English 12: Women in Literature
  • English 12: Advanced Placement Literature Honors
  • English 12: Culture of Place

math

Grade Chart

F
0-59

D-
60-62

D
63-66

D+
67-69

C-
70-72

C
73-76

C+
77-79

B-
80-82

B
83-86

B+
87-89

A-
90-92

A
93-96

A+
97-100

SUBJECT BEGINNER MIDDLE PRE-COLLEGE/CAREER-READY COLLEGE/CAREER READY
math
  • Pre-Elements
  • ELL Math
  • Elements
  • Pre-Algebra
  • Algebra 1 (Required for VT State Colleges)
  • Geometry (Required for VT State Colleges)
  • Algebra 2 (Required for UVM)
  • Algebra 2 Honors (Required for UVM)
  • Pre-Calculus (Preferred for UVM)
  • Pre-Calculus Honors (Preferred for UVM)
  • Calculus Honors
  • AP Calculus Honors
  • Mathematics of Money

science

Grade Chart

F
0-59

D-
60-62

D
63-66

D+
67-69

C-
70-72

C
73-76

C+
77-79

B-
80-82

B
83-86

B+
87-89

A-
90-92

A
93-96

A+
97-100

SUBJECT BEGINNER MIDDLE PRE-COLLEGE/CAREER-READY* COLLEGE/CAREER READY*
science
  • ELL Science 1
  • ELL Science 2
  • Intro to Chemistry
  • Intro to Physics
  • Biology 1
  • Biology 1 Honors
  • Chemistry
  • Chemistry 1
  • Physics
  • Physics 1
  • Physics 1 Honors
  • AP Biology Honors
  • AP Chemistry Honors
  • Environmental Science
  • Human Anatomy/Physiology
  • Advanced Genetics
  • Chemistry 1 Honors
  • Honors Physics 2
  • Tech Systems 1
  • Tech Systems 2

*1 Lab Science Required CCV
2 Lab Sciences Required for VT State Colleges
3 Lab Sciences Required for UVM

social studies

Grade Chart

F
0-59

D-
60-62

D
63-66

D+
67-69

C-
70-72

C
73-76

C+
77-79

B-
80-82

B
83-86

B+
87-89

A-
90-92

A
93-96

A+
97-100

SUBJECT BEGINNER MIDDLE PRE-COLLEGE/CAREER-READY COLLEGE/CAREER READY
social studies
  • ELL Social Studies
  • ELL World Studies
  • ELL American Studies
  • Civics/World Cultures 1
  • Civics/World Cultures 1 Honors
  • World/U.S. History 1
  • World/U.S. History 1 Honors
  • 20th Century World/U.S. 1
  • 20th Century World/U.S. 1 Honors
  • AP US History Honors
  • AP World History Honors
  • AP Government Honors
  • Culture of Place
  • Women's History
  • Psychology
  • Economics
  • Public Issues/World Affairs
  • History Goes to the Movies

Now that you have entered your classes use your web browser to print the report.  Then review the printed class chart and complete the printed planning form.

If you receive less than a "C" grade, you have not YET reached the skill level for that class. The "XXXX" through the bar shows that you need to gain more skills. You can get help to reach that level and reach your goals! Please talk with your family, teachers, guidance counselors, and advisors to make a plan.

Table of 2013-2014 Classes and DIfficulty Level

After you enter your classes, use your web browser to print this report and the planning forms below.

The following table uses current BHS classes to show where a student is on their high school learning path. This class table, and the planning chart can help you figure out the steps to reach your goals. Students can work with their parents, teachers, advisors and guidance counselors to make a plan.

SUBJECT BEGINNER MIDDLE PRE-COLLEGE/CAREER-READY* COLLEGE/CAREER READY*
english
  • Essential Reading
  • ELL English 1
  • ELL Reading 1
  • READ 180
  • ELL English 2
  • ELL Reading 2
  • ELL English 3
  • Transitional English
  • Bridging English
  • EPC 9
  • EPC 10
  • Strategic Reading
  • English 9: Narrative Patterns Honors
  • English 9: Elements of Writing/Reading
  • English 10: Foundation Lit, Writing, Speech
  • English 10: Genre Honors
  • Broad World of Ideas
  • English 11: American Lit Tradition
  • English 11: Seminar In American Literature Honors
  • English 12: Advanced Composition
  • English 12: Chaucer/Shakespeare Honors
  • English 12: Cinema Studies
  • English 12: Creative Writing
  • English 12: Contemporary Literature
  • English 12: Reading/Writing Poetry
  • English 12: Speech/Communication
  • English 12: World Literature
  • English 12: Women in Literature
  • English 12: Advanced Placement Literature Honors
  • English 12: Culture of Place
math
  • Pre-Elements
  • ELL Math
  • Elements
  • Pre-Algebra
  • Algebra 1 (Required for VT State Colleges)
  • Geometry (Required for VT State Colleges)
  • Algebra 2 (Required for UVM)
  • Algebra 2 Honors (Required for UVM)
  • Pre-Calculus (Preferred for UVM)
  • Pre-Calculus Honors (Preferred for UVM)
  • Calculus Honors
  • AP Calculus Honors
  • Mathematics of Money
science
  • ELL Science 1
  • ELL Science 2
  • Intro to Chemistry
  • Intro to Physics
  • Biology 1
  • Biology 1 Honors
  • Chemistry
  • Chemistry 1
  • Physics
  • Physics 1
  • Physics 1 Honors
  • AP Biology Honors
  • AP Chemistry Honors
  • Environmental Science
  • Human Anatomy/Physiology
  • Advanced Genetics
  • Chemistry 1 Honors
  • Honors Physics 2
  • Tech Systems 1
  • Tech Systems 2
social studies
  • ELL Social Studies
  • ELL World Studies
  • ELL American Studies
  • Civics/World Cultures 1
  • Civics/World Cultures 1 Honors
  • World/U.S. History 1
  • World/U.S. History 1 Honors
  • 20th Century World/U.S. 1
  • 20th Century World/U.S. 1 Honors
  • AP US History Honors
  • AP World History Honors
  • AP Government Honors
  • Culture of Place
  • Women's History
  • Psychology
  • Economics
  • Public Issues/World Affairs
  • History Goes to the Movies

* 1 Lab Science Required CCV
2 Lab Sciences Required for VT State Colleges
3 Lab Sciences Required for UVM

PLANNING CHART

You can complete the planning chart after you print it out.  It is to help you identify your goals and do the planning with your family, teachers, guidance counselors and advisors.

Name of Student: (Fill in)

Names of Student's Advisors (Fill in Guidance Counselor, ELL Advisor, Other)

 
STUDENT’S INTERESTS AND GOALS
Current Activities: (Fill in)

Education: (Fill in)

Job/Career: (Fill in)

TEST INFORMATION: (Fill in the information that you have.)
WIDA/ACCESS COMPOSITE SCORE:


Last Year     

 

Current Year

Listening:
Speaking:
Reading:
Writing:

OTHER TEST SCORES (To fill in if you have TAKEN these tests, not every student takes every test)



SRI READING:
EXPLORE:
PLAN:
PSAT:
NECAP:
TOEFL:
ACCUPLACER
SAT:
ACT:

NOTES:


FILL IN CLASSES TO TAKE TO REACH GOALS.  YOUR PLANNING CAN INCLUDE ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS AFTER-SCHOOL, SUMMER OR ONLINE, AS WELL AS COURSE WORK NEEDED TO TRANSITION FROM HIGH SCHOOL TO COLLEGE.   THIS IS A DRAFT PLAN – IT WILL CHANGE DEPENDING ON STUDENT’S GROWTH AND PROGRESS!

 

CLASSES ALREADY TAKEN

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-

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AFTER SCHOOL

 

 

 

 

 

SUMMER

 

 

 

 

 

OTHER:  CCV, COLLEGE, VAL, OTHER