SOAR Grade Calculator
Students, please take a few moments to calculate what grades you will need in the grading cycle and for the semester to reach the score that you desire for the semester. The spread sheet can help since we are factoring in a final exam/project as 1/7 of the semester score.It would be great to finish this as you move through each six weeks, so you are aware of what is needed for credit going forward.DIRECTIONS
This is also an excellent time for students to modify their goal grade.Students can save the file (or even e-mail it to you if you are interested) for later reference.
- Students open the file SOAR Grade Calculator.
- Each student will enter his or her class schedule (in the class column) and the scores he/she made in the 1st and 2nd cycle in the next two columns.
- Students will then enter the target grade they expect to earn for the cycle. The spreadsheet will then calculate how many points the student will need on the final exam/project in order to have the final semester score printed in blue. Ranges start on the left at 70 and end with 97 on the right. Any score over 100 points is generally not possible.
- Students can adjust the score in the third column to see different scenarios or combinations of the third-cycle grade and final exam.
Course Requirements for Curriculum
Art 2D Design
Anatomy & Physiology
Algebra I, II
English I, II, III
CAREER & TECHNOLOGY HONORS
Arts & Audio Video Productions
Culinary Arts & Events management
Education & Training
The curriculum at North Side High School is comprehensive and includes courses of study for college-bound students, as well as for students planning to enter community colleges, the military, or employment. To meet the diverse needs of the students, the curriculum includes advanced placement, honors and regular courses. Students can pursue an Recommended High School Program or a Distinguished Achievement Program.
Interested in learning more about our Gold Seal Programs and Schools of Choice? Please go to the district website for the 2019-2020 catalog.
Wondering which schools offer programs? Check out the FWISD information page for high school programs.
KEY DATES (Map)
OCTOBER 15 - NOVEMBER 8
Presentations to 5th and 8th Grade
NOVEMBER 9 - 10
Elementary School Open Houses 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Middle School Open Houses 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
NOVEMBER 12 - 15
Neighborhood Open Houses 6 - 7:30 p.m.
Monday, November 12:
P.L. Dunbar Neighborhood Schools
Eastern Hills Neighborhood Schools
Polytechnic Neighborhood Schools
O.D. Wyatt Neighborhood Schools
Tuesday, November 13:
Benbrook Middle-High Neighborhood Schools
R.L. Paschal Neighborhood Schools
South Hills Neighborhood Schools
Southwest Neighborhood Schools
Western Hills Neighborhood Schools
Wednesday, November 14:
Arlington Heights Neighborhood Schools
Amon Carter-Riverside Neighborhood Schools
Diamond Hill-Jarvis Neighborhood Schools
North Side Neighborhood Schools
Thursday, November 15:
Marine Creek Collegiate High School
TCC South/FWISD Collegiate High School
I.M. Terrell Academy
Texas Academy of Biomedical Sciences (TABS)
Trimble Technical High School
World Languages Institute
Young Men’s Leadership Academy
Young Women’s Leadership Academy
DECEMBER 7 at 5 P.M.