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Bishop Carroll Catholic High School
“The Mission of Bishop Carroll Catholic High School is to assist parents in forming Disciples of Christ
who enrich the culture as stewards of God’s gifts.”
- DIOCESAN CATHOLIC MISSION STATEMENT -
“United with the family, the parish, and each other, Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Wichita
FORM DISCIPLES OF JESUS CHRIST who seek the Truth, grow to love It, and learn to live It.”
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Course Number - number assigned to identify a course (e.g. German 221)
|A = 4.4||A=4.0|
|B = 3.3||B = 3.0|
English I, II, III Honors*, Advanced Placement English*, World History Honors*, U.S. History Honors*, U.S. History Continued Honors*, & U.S. Government Honors*
Algebra II Honors*, College Algebra*, Pre-Calculus*, Advanced Placement Calculus I*
Chemistry I Honors*, Physics I Honors*, Biology Honors*, Advanced Chemistry II*, Physics II*
Prayer & Liturgy Honors* (Liturgy Honors*), Salvation History Honors* (Old Testament Honors*), New Testament Honors*, Christian Morality Honors* (Morality Honors*), Church History Honors*, Catholic Social Teaching Honors* (Catholic Social Doctrine Honors*), Faith and Reason Honors*, Christian Vocation Honors*, Logic* and Introduction to Philosophy.*
St. Gianna Catholic Health Academy*, Tom Seiler Teaching Academy: Field Expirence*
This diploma is awarded to seniors with a 3.8 cumulative GPA who have successfully completed a minimum of 26 semester credits of honors classes.
The Cum Honore Scholars Program is designed to challenge students to excel academically, spiritually, and to become well rounded adults. To graduate with a Cum Honore diploma a student must have completed 28 semester credits of honors classes from Bishop Carroll Catholic High School, meet BCCHS graduation requirements, and have a cumulative GPA of 4.0. Acceptable Honors classes are all *Level I classes offered at Bishop Carroll. Listed below is an example of a Cum Honore four-year schedule:
The Bishop Carroll Cum Honore Scholars Program Example
|*English I Honors||*English II Honors||*English III Honors||*AP English|
|Adv. Algebra I or Advanced Geometry||*Biology Honors||*Advanced Chemistry II||*U.S. History Cont. Honors|
|*Chemistry I Honors||*World History Honors||*U.S. History Honors||*U.S. Government Honors|
|*Physics I Honors||Advanced Geometry or *Honors Algebra II||*Algebra II Honors/College Algebra/Pre-Calculus||*Pre-Calculus or AP Calculus|
|Physical Education||*New Testament Honors||World Language III||*Physics II|
|*Prayer and Liturgy Honors||*Christian Morality Honors||*Church History Honors||*Faith and Reason Honors/*Christian Vocations Honors|
|*Salvation History Honors||World Language II||*CST Honors||World Language IV|
|World Language I||Elective||Elective||Fine Arts|
|Word Processing/Elective||Fine Arts||Fine Arts||
Friends or Newman University has approved the following courses for college credit for the 2012-2013 school year. A student must have a 3.0 or better cumulative GPA. Please check with the Counseling Office concerning enrollment, fees, and other specifics*.
College Course NO.
|AP English*||ENG 2003||Introduction to Literature||3|
|Physics II*||PHSC 1004||General Physical Science||4|
|MATH 111||College Algebra||3|
|College Algebra*||MATH 1043||College Algebra||3|
|U.S. History (Honors)*||HIST 140||American History 1||3|
|U.S. History Cont.(Honors)*||HIST 150||American History 2||3|
|U.S. Government (Honors)*||POLS 100||American Government||3|
|AP Calculus I*||MATH 2015||Calculus||5|
|Christian Vocation Honors* &||THEO 2003||Introduction to Doctrine||5|
|Faith and Reason Honors*|
|Introduction to Philosophy||PHIL 1003||Introduction to Philosophy||3||Communications in Health Science*||Field experience*|
*Friends, NU and BCCHS have the right to discontinue this program without notice.
Note: Other courses may be available for Friends or NU credit, consult your counselor for details.
Beginning with the class of 2015, a student must meet the first three of the following requirements
and one of the last two to qualify for admission to any of the six Kansas Regents Universities.
Students in a class prior to 2015 should review their Board of Regents Qualified Admissions
Requirements agreement form.
Students in the class of 2016 who want to attend KU must complete the qualified admissions
Curriculum with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 and an ACT composite score of 24 or higher
Or have a 3.25 cumulative GPA and an ACT composite score of 21 or higher.
English 4 Credits
Social Studies 3 Credits
Mathematics 3 Credits
(Including one unit each of Algebra IA & Algebra IB or Algebra I or Advanced
Algebra I; and Algebra II, or Advanced Algebra II or Algebra II Honors*; and
Geometry or Advanced Geometry)
Science 3 Credits
(Including one unit each of Chemistry I & Physics I, or Chemistry I Honors* and
Physics I Honors*; Biology, or Biology Honors*; Chemistry II or Advanced
Chemistry II*; or Physics II*. If a student has a composite score of 21 or higher than
they may substitute; Ecology and Anatomy for Chemistry II, Adv. Chemistry II
or Physics II.)
To be considered a Kansas Board of Regents Recommended Curriculum completer and to qualify for the following state-sponsored scholarship programs: Kansas State Scholars Program, Ethnic Minority Scholarship Program, and the Kansas Teachers’ Scholarship, the student must complete the required curriculum for the Pre-College Curriculum for Qualified Admissions Requirements plus the following:
Mathematics 4 Credits Total
(Including one unit each of Algebra I or Advanced Algebra I; Algebra II or Advanced Algebra II or Algebra II Honors*; Geometry or Advanced Geometry; and one of the following: College Algebra*, Pre-Calculus* or AP Calculus*.)
Science 3 Credits
(Including Biology or Biology Honors*; Chemistry II or Advanced Chemistry II*; and Physics II*)
World Language 2 Credits in one World Language
Students who are planning to enroll in college and wish to participate in NCAA Division I or II athletics or NAIA athletics should schedule a meeting with their counselor to review the eligibility requirements early in their high school career.
Students who are interested in playing at a Division I or Division II School must sign up with the NCAA Clearinghouse at http://web1.ncaa.org/eligibilitycenter. Students should be aware of the core course requirements to participate in sports. To participate at a Division I school, the student must have successfully completed 16 core courses and meet ACT requirements. To participate at a Division II school, the student must have successfully completed 16 core courses and meet ACT requirements.
These courses are subject to change without notice by the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse. Students register with the Clearinghouse after completion of their junior year. Please contact one of the counselors for further information concerning athletic eligibility.
At the end of the semester, students with a current grade point average of 1.5 or below and/or two
or more grades of F will become ineligible to participate in school sponsored activities the
following semester (i.e. KSHSAA, clubs etc.).
At the mid-term or end of each nine-week grading period those students who earned three or more D’s
and F’s or two F’s will be placed on mandatory grade checks and tutoring. To be able to compete or perform, the student must submit a grade check form each week to the Athletic Director indicating that
the student has completed all assignments in all classes and has received a minimum of three tutoring sessions from his/her teachers totaling a minimum of 90 minutes each week. The student may continue
to practice, but will be suspended from performances and competitions if they do not meet the terms
stated above. The student will remain on these weekly grade checks until the next grade check, either
the end of the 9 weeks or the 4 ½ week deficiency report period. The student must submit weekly grade check forms personally to the Athletic Director to verify that the student is making satisfactory progress.
Any student who withdraws from Bishop Carroll to attend another school may be declared ineligible
for athletic and activity participation if: (a) the student has not made a bona-fide move from one residence to another; (b) or the student failed to complete the designated number of courses with
passing grades. Students must pass five subjects during the course of the last semester attended. Students transferring to another school must initiate a certificate of transfer form (KSHSAA Form) from the receiving school to his/her former school. The Athletic Director can answer questions concerning eligibility.
Final reminders to students: (A) Discuss your course choices with your parents. (B) Seek
help from your teachers and counselor if necessary. (C) Both parent and student must
sign enrollment and verification forms. Have teachers sign verification forms for all
teacher approval classes. NOTE: Students will not be enrolled in these classes without a signature. Every effort will be made to meet the course requests made by students.
Students are reminded that in the case of schedule conflicts or classes being closed due to maximum enrollments, the counselors may make changes.
Bishop Carroll Catholic High School’s policy is to discourage any changes from classes once spring enrollment is complete. Prior to enrolling, students along with parents, teachers and counselors should have determined the best course of study to pursue based on student interests and abilities. Class offerings, faculty hiring and assignments, are based on the spring enrollment for the following school year. To make the best utilization of limited space and faculty, we discourage dropping or adding classes following the spring enrollment. Recognizing, however, that circumstances do change, the following schedule change policy has been established.
SCHEDULE CHANGES will only be made for the following reasons:
A. Student is not enrolled in a required class.
B. Student is enrolled in a class for which he or she has already received credit.
C. Student has not met prerequisites.
D. Student’s schedule is incomplete.
E. A teacher has recommended that the student advance to a higher-level course.
F. A teacher has recommended that the student move to a lower level course or drop a class if they have failed.
SCHEDULE CHANGE REQUESTS FOR A SPECIFIC TEACHER WILL NOT BE PERMITTED.
FIRST SEMESTER: Schedule changes should be done in August prior to the first day of class. All schedule changes must be from the approved list of SCHEDULE CHANGES. All schedule changes must be completed by the second day of first semester.
A $25 fee will be charged per schedule change, not the number of classes changed. If a student must repeat a required course, or there is a conflict in scheduling, the schedule change will be made without a charge.SECOND SEMESTER: All schedule changes must be completed before the second day of class. The student must obtain and complete a drop/add form. The student must indicate from the approved list of SCHEDULE CHANGES the reason for the request. The form must be signed by all teachers involved, parents, and returned to the counselor with a $25 fee.
Bishop Carroll Catholic High School is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and the State of Kansas. It is a member of the National Catholic Educational Association.