Mount Carmel High School

PUSD

MCHS Counseling ~ Academic
School Code: 052862

Freshman Sophomore Juniors Seniors


2016-17 REPORT CARD grading Schedule

2015-16 School Profile

A-G Self Evaluation Worksheet

Project Lead the way (PLTW)

Pathways in Engineering and Computer Science

 Taking Classes outside of PUSD?  Follow these steps:

  1. ALWAYS SEE YOUR COUNSELOR FIRST!  Some classes will not meet graduation requirements, nor earn you credits
  2. Your Counselor will provide you with a form called Permission to Attend Classes Outside of PUSD.  Fill this out and give back to your Counselor. IN ORDER TO EARN CREDIT ON YOUR HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT, approval must be granted by both the Counselor and Registrar PRIOR to the first meeting  of the course. (Note: if approval is not granted by the Counselor AND Registrar prior to the first meeting of the course then the course will NOT be approved for high school credit!)    
  3. Upon completion of the course it is the responsibility of the student to ensure that transcripts are sent to the Registrar in a timely manner.                  

    Click here for Permission to Attend Classes Outside PUSD Form. 
    Please refer to Board Policy for more details.

 Tutoring Opportunities


NAVIANCE BY GRADE LEVEL 

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Four year Plan worksheet and samples

 


Course Description

 


Myconnect

NEW! ‘MYCONNECT’ LEARNING PORTAL WILL BE REPLACING LEARNING POINT!

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AP Courses / Testing Info

Mt. Carmel offers a wide variety of Advanced Placement courses. As outlined by the College Board, Advanced Placement courses offer students the opportunity to take a college-level course in a high-school setting. All AP courses at Mt. Carmel have been certified and audited by the College Board, and are current in their requirements and preparation. To view videos of current AP courses offered click here.

TRANSCRIPTS

ACADEMIC INTERVENTIONS

NON-ACADEMIC INTERVENTIONS

5/2 Period Classes are enrichment classes that meet after school hours and can earn 2 1/2 credits.  These classes are voluntary.

Academic College and CareerSocial and Emotional