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TABLE OF CONTENTS
A Note From the Guidance Office 2
Gradua;on Requirements 3
Career Paths 4
School Clubs 10
Freshman Year Tips 11
SAT II Subject Tests 12
Freshman Year Goals 13
A Warning 14
What Does My IEP Mean? 15
Applying as an ELL Student 15
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HELLO AND WELCOME!
Welcome to high school at FDR! (What, did you think you were done aUer
middle school? Not a chance!)
High school can be a fun and exci;ng place to learn, make friends, and try
new things as you grow into a more mature, more adult person.
But with these exci;ng opportuni;es comes responsibility. There’s going
to be work. Studying, homework, papers, exams – you’re going to have to
keep up if you want to succeed. Your teachers expect a lot from you.
The good news? You’re totally capable of
achieving everything you want, and the
Guidance Office is here to help. If you’re
having a problem with schoolwork, friends,
rela;onships, or even your parents, your
Guidance Counselor can steer you onto the
High school can be scary, but it can also be
fun and exci;ng. Whatever it is, it will be
“home” for the next four years. Let us help
you find your place and your path, and let’s
start by reading this handy booklet
Your Guidance Office
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