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    collegeboundsignAll senior students were asked to indicate where their final transcripts should be sent as a part of the Mandatory Graduation Questionnaire that was filled out indicating, among other things, who you wanted to have as your diploma presenter, any scholarships you had received, and where your final transcript should be sent.  If the college you indicated on that questionnaire has remained the same, then please be assured that as of June 4th, all final transcripts were transmitted to your designated colleges. Just like during the college application process, it can take colleges a few weeks to get all data updated on their end so that it shows on your college portals it has been received.

    If you have changed your mind or were not sure where you would be attending at the time of completing the mandatory graduation questionnaire and now need to request for your final transcript to be sent, you can complete the Transcript Request Form and your transcript will be forwarded to your intended school.

    If you participated in College Credit Plus classes, please be sure that you have requested your final transcript from your CSCC and/or COTC to be sent directly to your intended college.  Information about that process is linked here.

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    Many of Worthington Kilbourne High School's advanced courses require students to extend their learning in the summer months.  By completing assignments and working with introductory course material, the class is able to immediately engage with content upon the return to school.  Below is a list of summer assignments that students who will be taking these classes are expected to complete during the upcoming summer.  The summer assignment can be accessed by clicking on the course title.  

    Students who elect to drop out of a course requiring summer work, must do so prior to July 15th in order to be excused from completing summer assignments.  If a student decides after July 15th to drop the class, summer work must still be completed and will be graded.  The grade earned will be calculated into the new course's grades.  Please plan ahead to make sure you can complete your summer work before returning to school in the fall.  This planning calendar can assist you.

    2024 Summer Assignments:

    English:

    Honors English 1

    Honors English 2

    AP English Language 

    AP English Literature 

    IB English Y1

    IB English Y2

    Math:

    AP Calculus AB/ COTC Math 200 

    AP Calculus BC - The summer assignment is on Webassign.net.  The code for the classroom is wkhs 5660 5657

    IB Math and Formula Booklet

    Science:

    AP Biology 

    IB Biology is on Schoology and the code for the classroom is QJCD-8KX8-R77TV

    AP Physics 1 is on Schoology and the code for the classroom is KZRS-SKJB-ZV862

    AP Physics 2 is on Schoology and the code for the classroom is KTWF-QSGC-566CX

    AP Chemistry is on Schoology and the code for the classroom is VPKM-WKWH-8NJPV

    Social Studies:   

    AP US History is on Google Classroom.  Please enroll in the class code: cdjq5e7 

    AP Government is on Schoology and the code for the classroom is: 2WHH-GP93-8S49Z

    IB History Y2 is on Schoology and is a continuation of work already in progress

    Global Language:

    AP Spanish

    IB French Y1

    IB French Y2

    IB Spanish Y1

    IB Spanish Y2 

    IB Latin Y2 

    Other Courses:

    AP Studio 2D is on Google Classroom.  Please enroll in the class code: txww57n

    IB Art is on Google Classroom.  Please enroll in the class code: txww57n

     

    FYI - There are no summer assignments for:

    AP Environmental Science

    AP Computer Science - no required or graded work, but students can explore modules on: https://codehs.com/go/7BFA3

    IB Sport and Exercise Health Sciences

    IB Business

    IB History Y1

    IB Latin Y1

    AP Music Theory

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    WKHS Parents are invited to join the Counselors for our Lunch & Learn Series. Lunch Learn 2022

    Grab your lunch, join us on zoom, learn about that month's topic, and ask your questions.  We look forward to seeing you!  

    September 15th topic: Student Study Skills video and Slides

    October 13th topic: Searching for Scholarships video and Slides

    November 10th topic: Career Fit video and Slides

    January 19th topic: Understanding the Graduation Requirements video and Slides

    March 1st topic: Stress Management video and Slides

    April 12th topic: Understanding GPA video and Slides

    May 10th topic: Perfectionism video and Slides

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