WORLD CLASS SCHOLAR PORTFOLIO Cover Sheet

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WORLD CLASS SCHOLAR
PORTFOLIO
Cover Sheet
Student Name: _____________________________________________
Year in School: ______________ Graduation Year: _____________
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WORLD CLASS SCHOLAR
Table of Contents
 Goal Brainstorming Activity
 Yearly Goal Plan Sheet
 Activities
 Community Service
 Year End Evaluation & Reference
 Tracking Check-Off Sheet
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Goals Brainstorming Activity
Goals
&
Ideas
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Yearly Goal Plan Sheet
Goal: Write your goal as clearly as possible so that you know
what you are working towards.
Steps to Achieving Your Goal: List the things you will need to
do to reach your goal.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
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GOALS
Definition: The objective toward which an endeavor is directed.
You want to make sure that your goal is not an activity. Ask yourself “Why
do I want to do this?” Sometimes the answer to that question is really
your goal.
Example:
Goal – To study math more.
Why? I want to get a better math grade.
Redefined goal: To improve my math grade.
Activities to support this goal: Studying daily, tutoring sessions with
the teacher, study table participation, practicing with a friend before test
time, doing extra credit, etc.
Remember: You want to be able to list 5 activities that could help you
reach your goal. This way the door will always be open. If one way
doesn’t work, you will have many options.
Completing the activities on the following pages may help you better be
able to write a workable goal for yourself. Take this seriously and it will
pay off in your goal reaching efforts!
Types of Goals
Academic Goals: These goals would be ones that would involve school
and improving scholastically.
Example: To improve your grade in a given subject.
Community Goals: These goals would involve your community. This may
be your city or school.
Example: To work at a “Feed the Hungry” site.
Social/Personal Goals: These goals would be ones that involve
leadership, peer relationships or self-esteem issues.
Example: To become a leader at school.
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MEASURABLE GOALS
Use words that are specific:
* Establish
* Demonstrate
* Draw
* Analyze
* Prepare
* Assist
* List
* Acquire
* Encourage
* Participate
* Foster
* Understand
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*
*
*
*
*
Apply
Measure
Identify
Learn
Appreciate
Clarify
*
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*
*
*
Design
Adopt
Increase
Discover
Know
Promote
ACADEMIC GOALS:
Examples:
 To acquire an improved grade in Algebra from last semester
 To design a study schedule for myself
 To demonstrate my knowledge of the English language
 To increase my understanding of U.S. History
 To apply myself in Science
COMMUNITY GOALS: These goals deal with any community in which you
belong. (School, town, family, and church)
Examples:
 To assist in youth programs in our town
 To increase my participation in after-school activities
 To design an after-school tutoring club for young children
 To establish myself as a positive citizen in my city
 To identify how I can help my community improve
PERSONAL/SOCIAL GOALS: These goals deal with leadership qualities,
peer relationships, and self-concept issues.
Examples:
 To demonstrate leadership qualities in my peer group
 To adopt a positive attitude
 To establish a set of personal values
 To assist in study groups
 To draw upon positive role models
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World Class Scholars 7th & 8th Grade Activities
School Activity
Band
Orchestra
Jazz Choir
Concert Choir
Drama
Peer Helpers
ASB Member
Knowledge Bowl
Computer Club
Science Club
Speech Club
Junior Honor Society
Computer Camp
7th
Hours
8th
Hours
School Athletics
Basketball
Cross Country
Football
Track
Volleyball
Wrestling
Swimming
Cheerleading/Dance/Drill team
Team Manager
Other Clubs or Groups:
Leadership Activities
Class Officer
ASB Officer
Home Room Rep.
Club Officer
Team Captain
Other:
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Community Activities
Church Youth Group
Church Choir
Scouting
Youth in Government
Baseball
Soccer
AAU Basketball
YMCA
4-H Club
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7th
Hours
8th
Hours
World Class Scholars High School Activity Sheet
H=Hours Involved
Activity
H=Hours Involved
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Activity
Band
Basketball
Orchestra
Choir
Drama Activities
Play Production
Debate
Natural Helpers
DECA
VICA
FBLA
Honors Society
Class Officer
ASB Member
Yearbook Staff
School Paper
Speech Club
Chess Club
Student Council
Home Room Officer
Knowledge Bowl
Homecoming Comm.
Book Club
Computer Club
Diversity Club
Science Club
Others:
Baseball
Cross Country
Football
Golf
Gymnastic
Soccer
Fast Pitch
Swimming
Tennis
Track
Volleyball
Wrestling
Cheerleading
Dance/Drill
Team Manager/Trainer
Flag Team
Hobbies:
Contests/Special Awards:
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School Sponsored Trips:
Work/Community Experience:
Camps
Church Youth Group
Church Choir
Scouting
Horizon Club
Explorers
4-H Club
YMCA-YWCA
Youth in Government
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Hr
WORLD CLASS SCHOLARS
COMMUNITY SERVICE FORM
(10 hours of Community Service must be completed each year)
Name: ________________________________ Graduating Year: __________
Date of Service: _______________________ Number of Hours: _________
Description of Service:
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Signature of Supervisor: ____________________________________
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Year End Evaluation & Reference
At the end of each year, stop and reflect. In paragraph form, using complete
sentences, answer the following questions.
1. What did you like about this year? (You may include descriptions of special trips or
activities in which you were involved.)
2. Based on your experiences this year, what advice would you give to another
student?
3. Restate the goal you set at the beginning of the year. Explain the steps you took to
achieve your goal. If you did not achieve your goal, explain why.
4. Adult Character Reference: Name an adult, other than a family member, who made
a difference for you this year. Give a brief explanation as to why and how this
person made a difference.
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Yearly Check-off Sheet
Student Name: _______________________________ Grade Level: ________
Tracker Check-off
1. Cover Sheet
________
2. Brainstorming Goals
(“The Wheel” optional)
________
3. Goal Plan Sheet
________
4. Activity Form
________
5. Ten Hours of Community Service
Completed and Signed
________
6. Year-End Evaluation & Reference
________
7. Grades
________
8. Optional: Awards, Certificates, Letters
________
Tracking Parent’s comments:
Tracking Parent’s/Counselor’s Signature:
________________________________________
Date: ______________
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