Superintendent Scholars

 

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Canyon ISD proudly recognizes outstanding achievement in rigorous academic courses for students attending Canyon and Randall high schools through the Superintendent Scholars program.

 

Qualifications

To qualify as a Superintendent Scholar as student must:

·         Have a cumulative GPA of 90.00 or better (89.99 will not qualify)

·         Be currently enrolled in the 9th through 12th grade in at least four courses listed as a Superintendent Scholar course.

·         Earn a semester average of 95 or above in at least four qualifying Superintendent Scholar courses taken at the high school level in either the first semester or second semester.

·         Superintendent Scholar courses will include:

1.    Courses that satisfy the required Math, Science, English Language Arts and Social Studies 4X4 credits on the Recommended and Distinguished Graduation Plan

2.    Languages other than English

·         If a student is enrolled in a qualifying WTAMU PUP course or qualifying Texas Virtual School Network course, the student is responsible for supplying an official grade report from WTAMU or from the provider of the TxVSN course.   Grades are due in the office of the Secretary of the Superintendent by April 18, 2014

·         Pre-AP and AP courses will be weighted as outlined in the Canyon ISD Course Bulletin.

·         Second Semester averages will be determined at the conclusion of the 5th six-weeks.

 
Recognition

Superintendent Scholars will be recognized in the evening on the first Monday in May.  There will be a ceremony and reception for the honorees and their parents hosted by the superintendent with the board of trustees as invited guests.

 
Awards

Freshmen- Customized Pins

Sophomore-Medallion

Junior-Patch

Senior-Cord

 

SUPERINTENDENT SCHOLAR COURSES

Qualifying Math Courses:                                   

Algebra I

Algebra II

Geometry

Pre-calculus

Calculus

Statistics (AP)

Math Models with Applications

Advanced Quantitative Reasoning

Computer Science (AP)

Statistics and Risk Management

Advanced Animal Science

(Includes Pre AP, AP and Dual Credit courses)

 

Qualifying Science Courses:

Biology                   

Integrated Physics and Chemistry

Chemistry

Physics

Anatomy and Physiology

Forensic Science

(Includes Pre AP, AP and Dual Credit courses)

 

Qualifying English Courses:

English I

English II

English III

English IV

(Includes Pre AP, AP and Dual Credit courses)

 

Qualifying Social Studies Courses:

World Geography    

World History

U.S. History

Government

Economics

(Includes Pre AP, AP and Dual Credit courses)

 

Qualifying Languages other than English

Spanish I-V

American Sign Language I-III

 

 

 

Last Modified on September 24, 2013