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School Schedules - WildFire - 07-27-2007 09:00 AM

Mine is a block schedule. i have 5 classes one semester, and six the other. Sicne our school colors are red and white, we call day 1 red day and day 2 white day.
Im too lazy to go get mine now. But what are your guy's schedules like, if you have them. im kinda curious.


- Suicidal-kun - 07-27-2007 09:10 AM

My school's scheduling works like this, we have 6 total classes and you have 3 classes a day, each are 1 hour and 40mins long. And on Friday school starts an hour later and you have every class and they're about 50mins long.


- WildFire - 07-27-2007 09:13 AM

i have three on day one, and two on day 2, and they are 1 hour and 30 minutes long. So I get to come home around noon some days. It's gonna be awesome. My Spanish class has new staff, so im wondering who I have for Spanish 1.


- Freak - 07-27-2007 09:33 AM

I have 8 classes a day, all year the same classes.. all year.
The average person in ninth grade gets 5.5 credits, (We completely decide our schedule (and have to make it fit, which sucks because we get last pick from all other grades D:<(Oh and some people might get into lacrosse roads, which is where all the.... :clear throat: the people with all the remedial classes, my bros in lacrosseroads.) I have 7 credits. Smile
My schedule goes as follows.
(We have like 1/2 and hour in the morning to go to our teachers for help on homework we didnt understand the night before, which is absolutely genius)
So, 1st hour, orchestra
2ed and third- honors world humanities, which is an honors class that is basically history and english, its sapposed to be really hard and LOTS of writing. (My history and lit teacher were kinda afraid of putting me in it, they said I had the ability to pass the class easily, but maybe not the work ethic)
4- science (biology)
5- lunch (Well.... study hall) (there are three lunches, depending on which floor you have your fifth hour, middle lunch (which is the best because theres a LOT less people in it) is when you have study hall fifth hour.
I made my schedule so it would work out, if you just have a study hall you just sit in a class quietlydoing your work, but if I have it 5th hour I can go where ever I want(Library), eat lunch, and do my work. I have an hour to do so. Lunch is usually only 20 minutes and usually you can only go to the library before/after school. and the have a beautiful library that has two floors, a first for me (my point, library=big) and this school district is pretty libreral so the book choice shouldnt be just pg.
6-math (algebra 1)
7- french (i'm fucked)
8- art (i was so close to not getting this class, cause there was too many people but they stuck me in there after it was full, THANK GOD)

Thats my schedule all year, this is great, cause I hve art all year and not just semester.
Oh, and no gym.
We need 1 1/2 credits for gym, so three years of gym, I'm not taking gym this year, and for the next three years I'm either doing the essay (if you hve a really active summer you can write an essay and get the credit, or have summer school, because 18 days of gym in the summer is a shitload better then 90 days during the school year.


- magikarp - 07-27-2007 09:34 AM

We have 4 classes each semester. I think they're about 75 minutes each.

Semester One:
Communications
English
Physics
Art

Semester Two:
Chemistry
Tech. Design
Computers

I'm going to get it changed though because I need to take math.


- Darthmat - 07-27-2007 10:24 AM

Mon-Thurs, 8 periods each 45 classes start 9:15-4:30 but we have to get there at 8:10 to daven and we have 2 locker breaks, lunch and another davening. Twice a week we have gym that replaces a class.
Friday is from 9:15-1:30. 4 one hour classes (switches each week wat classes) 2 breaks, and 1 lunch.


- Dark Soul X - 07-27-2007 10:51 AM

DSX never got his damn schedule. He never does.


- HerHipness - 07-27-2007 11:05 AM

We don't get our schedules until a week or so before school starts.

We have 7 classes a year on a block schedule. We go to first period every day and it's 45 minutes. Then we go to Second, Fourth, and Sixth (or Third, Fifth and Seventh every-other day) and those are 90 minutes each. Lunch is about a half-hour, and it can happen either after second, during fourth, or after fourth. School starts at 7:20 and lets out at 1:45...we're not allowed to have a study hall unless we're a senior, and most hallways are off-limits during lunch, so if we need to see a teacher we either need to come in early or stay late.


- Darthmat - 07-27-2007 11:06 AM

HerHipness Wrote:We don't get our schedules until a week or so before school starts.

us to. but always same principle in schedule.


- Suicidal-kun - 07-27-2007 11:12 AM

darthmat Wrote:
HerHipness Wrote:We don't get our schedules until a week or so before school starts.

us to. but always same principle in schedule.
I know what classes I'll be having, just not the teachers or the order.


- HerHipness - 07-27-2007 11:15 AM

They always manage to screw my schedule up, so I wouldn't be surprised if I got my schedule and it said I was in home economics...and we don't even have a home ec class.


- Suicidal-kun - 07-27-2007 11:16 AM

HerHipness Wrote:They always manage to screw my schedule up, so I wouldn't be surprised if I got my schedule and it said I was in home economics...and we don't even have a home ec class.
Now that would be funny, I can't see a school screwing up that bad, but then again...maybe I can.


- Darthmat - 07-27-2007 11:17 AM

Suicidal-kun Wrote:
HerHipness Wrote:They always manage to screw my schedule up, so I wouldn't be surprised if I got my schedule and it said I was in home economics...and we don't even have a home ec class.
Now that would be funny, I can't see a school screwing up that bad, but then again...maybe I can.

Laugh Laugh


- HerHipness - 07-27-2007 11:22 AM

For the end of the year awards assembly they put me in the grade 10 assembly and my awards in the grade 11 assembly. I actually won a medal from a writing contest, too.

So yea, anythings possible.

(100th post, woot!)


- Darthmat - 07-27-2007 11:27 AM

(congrats)

man schools r fed up.


- Suicidal-kun - 07-27-2007 11:28 AM

HerHipness Wrote:For the end of the year awards assembly they put me in the grade 10 assembly and my awards in the grade 11 assembly. I actually won a medal from a writing contest, too.

So yea, anythings possible.

(100th post, woot!)
Congratz on the medal and the 100 posts. Biggrin


- Dark Soul X - 07-27-2007 11:37 AM

HerHipness Wrote:For the end of the year awards assembly they put me in the grade 10 assembly and my awards in the grade 11 assembly. I actually won a medal from a writing contest, too.

So yea, anythings possible.

(100th post, woot!)

Congratz!


- Guest - 07-27-2007 01:34 PM

At my school we have two semesters with five periods a semester (and day). Each period is 75 minutes long. Most grade 9/10s have lunch period 3 and most grade 11/12s have lunch period 4.

To graduate you have to get 30 credits which is made up of about 12 or so mandatory classes and the rest which you choose. You also have to have a non-mandatory class in three groups. For example, one group includes an extra science, technology, or math class.

In the most common circumstances, a student needs to take only 6 classes in grade 12. This means you can get a spare.

We choose the classes we want to take and not in what order. But my schedule, and many other students, had a lot of conflicts in time therefore taking the requested classes would be impossible. Because there were more than one conflict we were allowed to create our own schedule. I set mien up so that I have lunch fourth period and a spare for fifth. That means my school day will end at noon. Yay!


- Alucard483 - 07-27-2007 03:11 PM

block schedualing fo me too but i havent gotten it yet


- udontmatter - 07-28-2007 03:44 AM

darthmat Wrote:Mon-Thurs, 8 periods each 45 classes start 9:15-4:30 but we have to get there at 8:10 to daven and we have 2 locker breaks, lunch and another davening. Twice a week we have gym that replaces a class.
Friday is from 9:15-1:30. 4 one hour classes (switches each week wat classes) 2 breaks, and 1 lunch.
i think every once and a while we have jewish history


- udontmatter - 07-28-2007 03:45 AM

o and at the end of the year we miss alot of class for graduation and there is year book which lets u miss class too as well as something called torah bowl


- Darthmat - 07-28-2007 05:27 AM

forgot about that stuff.


- WildFire - 07-28-2007 10:53 AM

These are my classes.

First semsester:

Day 1 (Red Day)

English 9
Spanish I
Algebra 1

Day 2 ( White Day)
Physical Science 1
World Geography

Second Semester:

Day 1
English
Spanish
Algebra

Day 2
Physical Science
Art (3-D)
Civics


- Suicidal-kun - 07-28-2007 10:55 AM

My classes are English honors 2, AP(advance placement) Europe, Spanish 2, Art, and PE. Just not in that order, like I said, I don't know the order yet.


- Towncommoner - 07-31-2007 11:44 AM

Block scheduling.

4 classes every day, 90 minutes long. Classes switch after a semester and your lunch swaps (A lunch is earlier; right after 2nd block, and B lunch is later, after 3rd block)

I get my schedule on August 16th (school starts on the 20th).


- Goldie713 - 08-17-2007 03:26 AM

At my school we have 2 semesters and 4 grading points, 2 in each semester.

We have 8 periods, each one about 45 minutes long.

Mine goes as followed:

1st Semester:
1 - General Business
2 - English 2
3 - Integrated Math 2
4-A - Lunch
4-B - Lunch
5-A, B - Biology
6 - Spanish 2
7 - Study Hall
8 - US History

2nd Semester is the same only instead of Gen Bus I have Health. And the classes broken down into A's and B's are I think shorter as they are lunch periods. I think each A and B is 20 minutes long, I'm not sure though. We start school at 7:24AM (ha, they gave us two more minutes from last year) and ends at 2:20PM


- Eidolon - 08-17-2007 06:42 AM

I don't have my schedule yet... :(


- Ahab - 08-17-2007 09:27 AM

The school I'm going to (essentially a hippie school) consists of the following schedule:

12 - 4 PM, all self paced, and you ask questions when the teacher comes in. Math teacher comes in at the start, followed by English, science, and social studies. There are weekly goals set, and you get two grades: Acheived and unacheived. That's about it.


- Suicidal-kun - 08-17-2007 09:32 AM

Zappa Wrote:The school I'm going to (essentially a hippie school) consists of the following schedule:

12 - 4 PM, all self paced, and you ask questions when the teacher comes in. Math teacher comes in at the start, followed by English, science, and social studies. There are weekly goals set, and you get two grades: Acheived and unacheived. That's about it.
Sounds interesting.


- udontmatter - 08-17-2007 12:28 PM

o also havent recieved my schedule yet