Make a list of the credit requirements for graduation based on the information they gave you, then start planning your classes based on that. The guide tells you how much credit each class gives you and in what area, so figure out what classes you have to take between now and graduation. Then you should have leftover elective credit to play with.

For example, you need 2.0 Physical Education credits, so take PE for 2 years. You'll need 1 Fine Arts credit, so take Music or Art class for a year.

The first thing you'll want to do though is ask how your credits from your last school transfer over. 10th grade is the second year of high school, so you should already have some credits, or else you'll get to be there an extra year or so.

At our school (in Victoria), we don't have credit. I don't think any Australian school runs under the credit system O.o. OMG, I'm so stuffed. But, like, nearly all my grades on my report sheets are A+, A, B+. Math, Science, English and Jap is all A+.O.o But I don't know how they'll get credit out of our marks.

GPA is calculated based on your grades. To figure it out:

For each class you've taken in high school, multiply the number of credit hours the class is worth by the grade you got (A = 4, B = 3, C = 2, D = 1, F = 0), then add everything together. Divide by the total number of credit hours you've earned, and that's your GPA. It should be between 0 and 4.

See, I don't understand what credit hours are O.o I just know that by completing the course and such for a half a semester (0.5credit at some schools) or 1 year (1/2credit depending AP) is how much you'll get towards your graduation T.T

Don't bother calculating in weighted grades for AP/IB classes: That'll affect your class rank, but your official GPA that gets printed on your transcript won't be weighted. The real benefit in AP/IB classes is taking the exams and earning college credit, since you can rack up a year and a half of college credit hours if you wanted to. Saves a ton in housing expenses, and you don't have to wade through as many boring general education requirements when you get to college.

I don't even know what weighted grades are T.T Does college credit also count as High school credit? My main consern is that I will not get any credit for what I have done over here so omfg, what would I do then.

Also, beginning Calculus is mostly limits, derivatives, and integration. If that sounds familiar, take the hardest one you can. Otherwise, make sure you've finished Algebra and taken Trigonometry (sin, cos, tan, complex numbers, etc.) before tackling Calculus, or you'll really be hurting when you start doing derivatives and integrals of trig functions.

See, thats the really bad thing. We haven't started tan, sin, cos etc here yet. We just finished surface areas, perimeters, index and exponentials, volumes, linear equations etc.

What I'm more wanting to know is if it is possible to do Calculus and Algebra/Trigonometery at the same time. Over here, we learn everything throughout the span of the year, but do you guys in America only focus on one aspect? So Calculus wouldn't be stuff like perimeters and things that you would learn in trigonometery? And wouldn't calculus be just harder algebra ? and the more annoying thing is that whats the difference between Honors Algebra/Trigonometery and the normal course. They get the same credits, and are described as the same course. If I did Algebra/Trigonometery 4 for instance, would I be able to do calculus in Junior level?

Homecoming is when the football team returns. Go watch the game, attend any special events/dances, and look for some cool parties.

Will do

So yeah, i'm still confused about the curriculum T.T

And about AP English, if its anything that i'm doing right now, then I'll still be at the top of the class

I think I'll get tutoring or something, because most of the things you guys would have covered, we haven't yet T.T And I don't want to be stupid >.>

BTW, what are tutorial classes? And a 7th period?