Conard High School Profile 2017 - 2018

110 Beechwood Road

West Hartford, CT 06107 Phone (860)231-5000 CEEB Code #070887

FAX (860)521-6699

Superintendent Principal

Thomas W. Moore

Julio M. Duarte

Assistant Superintendent for Administration Assistant Principals

Andrew Morrow, Ph.D. Eileen Eustis, Jamahl Hines, Lindsay Tringali



Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum School Counseling Department Supervisor

School Counselors

Paul W. Vicinus, Jr. Tor Fiske

School Counseling Staff

Kathleen Deane 980-929-5027 [email protected]

Kathryn DeJulius 860-929-5035 [email protected]

Dawn Hoblet 860-929-5030 [email protected]

Adam Linker 860-929-5032 [email protected]

Kristin Mangini 860-929-5029 [email protected]

Karen Mortensen 860-929-5031 [email protected]

Alison Passfiume 860-929-5028 [email protected]

Bob Segee 860-929-5033 [email protected]



Registrar

Student Activities Coordinator

Paraprofessional

Counseling Secretary

Mary Ann Hall 860-929-5026 [email protected]

Danielle McGee 860-929-5044 [email protected]

Marisa Barry 860-929-5046 [email protected]

Bella Glazer 860-929-5025 [email protected]

Community, School & Curriculum

West Hartford, a predominantly residential suburb of 63,000, is a socio-economically diverse community with access to the resources in and around the capital city of Hartford. Within the West Hartford Public School System are eleven elementary schools, three middle schools and two high schools. West Hartford is noted for its high level public services, including an outstanding education system. Conard High School is one of two public high schools in the district. Total enrollment in grades 9-12 is approximately 1465 students. Recognized as one of America’s top high schools in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 National Rankings, Conard High School is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges. Conard High School offers an extensive array of programs and opportunities for its diverse student population. Levels of study can vary to meet student needs and include Advanced Placement, Honors and Standard. Students can enroll in cooperative programs with local colleges and universities. Directed Independent Study, under the supervision of a faculty instructor, is an option for all students. Articulation programs are also available with area magnet schools. English for Speakers of Other Languages and Transition English are courses designed to assist non and limited English speaking students. Nationally recognized select ensembles I Giovani Solisti, Solo Choir, and Concert Jazz Ensemble are offered for students pursing advanced study in music.

Grade Distribution and Class Rank

2.34 - 2.66

2.660 2.660 45 3.000 3.000 35 3.01 - 3.33 3.330 3.330 48 1) Accelerated courses taken at the middle 3.34 - 3.66 3.660 3.660 64 school are not computed in the GPA. 3.67 - 4.00 4.000 4.000 64 2)4.01 While pluses and are indicated - 4.50 4.500minuses 4.500 62 on the transcript, they are not computed More 0 2.67 - 3.00 Notes

in the GPA. 3) Grades for PE courses are not computed 365 in the GPA. 4) Grading system number equivalents: 3.247704 90-100: A 80-89: B 70-79: C 190 60-69: D 0-59: F

Cumulative GPA Cumulative GPA

Conard High School does not rank students. A weighted GPA is provided on the student transcript. The GPA is cumulative and is determined by using a traditional system of: A = 4.0, B = 3.0, C = 2.0, D = 1.0 and F = 0. GPA Advanced Placement and Honors Data as of are Aug 22, 2017 (Data by from Mary Ellen)a courses weighted adding Conard HighHigh School 6th 6th Semester GPAGPA - Class of 2018 Conard School Semester - Class of 2018 0.5 bonus to each grade. An A in an Labels GPA Bin Frequency Advanced Placement or Honors course is<1.0 counted as a0.000 4.5. If an0.000 honors and0AP 1.00 - 1.33 1.330 1.330 5 4.01 - 4.50 course are offered in the same subject, 1.34 - 1.66 1.660 1.660 8 the honors course is then weighted by 3.67 - 4.00 1.67 - 2.00 2.000 2.000 13 adding a .25 bonus. 3.34 - 3.66 2.01 - 2.33 2.330 2.330 21 3.01 - 3.33 2.67 - 3.00 2.34 - 2.66 2.01 - 2.33 1.67 - 2.00 1.34 - 1.66 1.00 - 1.33 0

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Number of Students

Number of Students - 365

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Course Offerings and Graduation Requirements - AP & Honors Level Advanced Placement Biology* Calculus AB & BC* Chemistry Chinese* Computer Science A Computer Science Principles Economics: Macro & Micro* English Lang. & Composition English Lit. & Composition* Environmental Science* European History

French Language Physics 1* & 1, 2* Psychology Research Seminar Spanish Language* Spanish Literature Statistics* Studio Art: Drawing Studio Art: 2D & 3D Design U.S. Gov. & Politics U.S. History

Honors Algebra II Biology** Earth Science English 9 & 10 Geometry Music Pre-Calculus World Language

3 10 2



SAT - Cohort 2018 -

Students participated: 357 (data from CT SAT School Day) EBRW Math Total School 575 566 1141 State 526 509 1035 National 540 536 1076

Distribution of SAT Scores - Cohort 2018

Total Score_ % of test takers 1400-1600 10% 1200-1390 31% 1000-1190 35% 800-990 19% 600-790 5% 400-490 0%

ACT

Mathematics

3 credits

Science

2 credits

Social Studies

3 credits

Phys. Ed./Health 1 3/4 credits Fine Arts/CTE

1 credit 7 credits

Total 21 3/4 credits

637 students took 1395 AP Exams Score Distribution 5 4 3 2 1 Biology 6 24 54 17 0 Calculus AB 6 16 20 26 5 Calculus BC 16 7 11 7 0 Chemistry 7 18 0 6 1 Chinese Lang & Culture 0 4 1 1 4 Compar Gov & Politics 0 1 1 0 0 Computer Science A 5 12 17 6 9 Computer Science Prin 12 18 25 8 2 English Lang & Comp 22 40 76 40 0 English Lit & Comp 13 22 26 12 0 Environmental Science 4 11 14 12 22 European History 1 3 4 1 1 French Lang & Culture 4 3 16 5 0 Macroeconomics 10 15 16 6 2 Microeconomics 13 17 9 5 6 Music Theory 2 0 0 0 0 Physics 1 9 24 16 6 0 Physics 2 7 5 5 0 0 Physics C: Electricity 1 0 1 0 1 Physics C: Mechanics 2 1 0 1 0 Psychology 31 21 15 10 17 Research 1 4 7 3 0 Seminar 2 7 18 0 0 Spanish Language 19 17 2 0 0 Spanish Literature 8 4 1 0 0 Statistics 7 7 11 5 5 Studio Art: 2-D Design 0 0 2 0 0 Studio Art: 3-D Design 0 0 1 0 0 Studio Art: Drawing 2 0 2 1 0 United States Gov 25 23 41 30 14 United States History 21 17 29 26 4

Post-Secondary School Plans - Class of 2017

Students participated: 134 Average Composite Score 25.4

Class Size 360

Demographic Profile Asian American 15% Hispanic 18%

4 credits

Advanced Placement Test Results - 2017

Standardized Test Results National Merit Semifinalists Letters of Commendation National Hispanic Recognition Program

English

Electives

*Courses earning University of Connecticut Early College Experience credits **weighted .25

PSAT/NMSQT - Class of 2018

Graduation Requirements

Black White

11% 56%

Four Year Colleges Two Year Colleges Technical Schools Total Further Education

73% 12% 4% 89%

Military 2% Employment 7% Other 2%

Final final Conard Profile17-18.pdf

Statistics 7 7 11 5 5. Studio Art: 2-D Design 0 0 2 0 0. Studio Art: 3-D Design 0 0 1 0 0. Studio Art: Drawing 2 0 2 1 0. United States Gov 25 23 41 30 14. United States History 21 17 29 26 4. Class Size 360. Four Year Colleges 73%. Two Year Colleges 12%. Technical Schools 4%. Total Further Education 89%. Military 2%.

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