The 2016-2017 Tenoroc Curriculum Guide covers graduation requirements, courses available at Tenoroc, and other general information.
Click Here to see the 16-17 Tenoroc Curriculum Guide.
Click here to access community service forms.
The Student Application and Community Service Plan must be completed once per student. The Agency Application and Record of Volunteer Service Hours can be completed multiple times. A few things to remember: complete the forms in pen, fill out every section, get contact signatures on every completed line and on the bottom of the records form. Incomplete paperwork will be returned to the student and not logged until returned completed. Summer hours should be turned in within the first month of school. Community service is not required for graduation but can help students earn scholarships and looks great on a resume.
Check out the new Scholarship Page to see available scholarship opportunities.
Click here to see AP classes offered and testing information.
Students are allowed to take college classes while in high school (free of charge) if they meet the necessary requirements:
- Unweighted high school GPA of 3.0
- Passed the Reading (106) and Writing (103), or Math (114) sections of the PERT. Both the ACT and SAT have concordant scores.
- Have at least 6 core high school credits
For more information, including the steps to admission, click here (http://www.polk.edu/wp-content/uploads/DE-Agreement.pdf)
College & Career
Click here for more information about College & Career, Financial Aid, and Scholarships.
Register, prepare for the test, and access your scores here (http://www.actstudent.org)
Practice, register, and get scores here (http://sat.collegeboard.org/home)
Click here to see the Bright Futures brochure.
Click here for more information about Bright Futures Scholarship
Online Course Requirement
High school students are now required to take and pass an online course in order to receive a diploma. THS Guidance recommends the following half credit courses to meet this requirement: Anthropology, Career Research and Decision Making, Critical Thinking and Study Skills, Driver’s Education, Fitness Lifestyle Design (PE), Law Studies, Outdoor Education, Parenting Skills, Peer Counseling, Personal and Family Finance, Personal Fitness, Psychology, Reading for College Success, Social Media, Sociology, or Voluntary Public Service.
Click here to read course descriptions and to sign up. See your counselor before signing up to ensure you pick the right course for you.
FCAT & EOC Retakes
Students that DO NOT pass the FCAT or obtain a concordant score thru ACT or SAT will receive a Certificate of Completion if all other graduation requirements are met. Concordant scores may be used to satisfy the FCAT Reading portion of the student’s graduation requirement. Those scores are a 19 on ACT Reading or a 430 on SAT Verbal. Students that do NOT pass the Algebra 1 EOC or obtain a concordant PERT score of 97 will receive a Certificate of Completion if all other graduation requirements are met.
Questions??? Questions??? Questions??? Questions???
How many credits do I need to be promoted under the 24 credit option? Grade 9 = N/A (Promoted from 8th Grade) Grade 10 = 5 + 1 year of high school Grade 11 = 11 + 2 years of high school Grade 12 = 17 + 3 years of high school What is the school code for Tenoroc, and why do I need it? The code is 102182, this code identifies Tenoroc High School as the school to send standardized test scores to. Such as ACT and SAT so they can be included on your transcript. I have failed a class(es) or have been denied credit. How do I make up the credit?
- Polk Virtual classes are available at THS. These classes are computer directed. See your counselor for more information.
- Florida Virtual School (FLVS) is an online class in addition to classes enrolled in at THS. See your guidance counselor for more information.
- Community Service 150 hours = 1 credit, 75 hours = ½ credit. This credit can only be for elective credit.
What are the FCAT/EOC Concordant Scores?
- FCAT Reading – ACT reading score of 19 or SAT verbal score of 430 or higher
- Algebra 1 EOC – PERT math score of 97 or higher