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California Scholarship Federation (C.S.F.

) Application Form
Name: ________________________
(Last)

_______________________
(First)

_____
(M.I.)

Student ID: _______________

Current Grade Level (circle one):

10

11

12

Address: ____________________________________ Home Phone: (______) ________-____________

City/Zip Code: _______________

Email Address: ____________________________________________


A. To qualify for CSF membership this semester, follow these guidelines: 1. You must earn a minimum of 10 points from last semester's grades. a. The first 4 points must be from LIST I (Unless you are a senior applying for membership in February or June). b. The first 7 points (including the four points described in a) must be from LISTS I and II. c. The remaining points may come from any LIST (I, II or III). 2. You must use no more than 5 courses to qualify. 3. NO CSF points are given for physical education, courses taken in lieu of physical education, subjects repeated to improve a grade, courses involving clerking and office/teaching assisting, and courses taken on a pass/fail basis. 4. CSF points are granted as follows: a grade of A = 3 CSF points, a grade of B = 1 CSF point, a grade of C = 0 CSF points, a grade of D or F in any course, even in one you cannot use to qualify, disqualifies you from membership at this time. One additional point shall be granted for a grade of A or B in an AP, IB, or Honors course, up to a maximum of two such points per semester. B. Also remember: 1. Semester membership is based on work done in the previous semester.(Under very limited circumstances summer school may also be used; you should check with your adviser before listing any summer school work.) 2. You must reapply each semester. 3. Courses you may use are listed on the reverse side. They are divided into LISTS I, II, and III. C. List the courses you are using to qualify in the proper location below. (Consult the LISTS on the reverse side.)

List I Course

Grade

Point

List II Course

Grade

Point

List III Course

Grade

Point

Total points from LIST I: (must be at least 4, except for seniors applying in February or June) ____________ Total points from LISTS I and II: (must be at least 7) ___________ Grand total points from all LISTS: (must be at least 10) ______________ D. You must staple last semester's report card or transcript (or a photocopy of either) to this application form.

LIST I US History & US History (AP) US Government World History Contemporary World History Economics Macroeconomics (AP)

LIST II US Foreign Policy Psychology, Psychology (AP) Sociology Ethnic Studies

LIST III

History/ Social Studies

American Classics 11 (H), 12 (H) American Literature 11, 12 College English (Col Eng AP) Exploratory Thinking 1 & 2 Critical Thinking 1 & 2 English World Classics 11 (H), 12 (H) World Literature 11, 12 American Writers of Color Shakespeare / Chaucer Women Writers Algebra 1, 1A Algebra 2 Geometry, Geometry A Geometry/Algebra 2A Trigonometry / Analytic Geometry (H) Pre Calc A Mathematics Algebra 2/Pre Calc H, Algebra 2/Trig (H) Analysis (H) Trig / Analyt A Pre-Calculus Calculus AB and BC (AP) AP Statistics, Statistics Applications Biology 1A, College Biology (AP) Chem 1A, Chem AC, Science College Chem (AP) Environmental Science AP Physics 1, Physics 1A, College Physics (AP)

Film Composition & Literature Humanities 11 (H) Journalism 11 Advanced Journalism Magazine Journalism Web Journalism Literature of Sports

Broadcast Journalism Literacy

Algebra 1.1, 1.2 Introduction to Java, Advanced Java Computer Science APA, APAB

Geology Intro. to Chemistry & Physics Science Research Projects (H)

World Languages

French 1-4, (French 3(H), 4AP Language/Culture) Japanese 1-5, (4(H), 4AP Language/Culture, 5(H)) Spanish 1-6, (3(H), 4AP Language/Culture, 5AP Literature) Chinese/Mandarin 1, 2, 3, 4

American Sign Language 1-4

Visual & Performing Arts

Art History (AP) Music Theory (AP)

Applied Academics

Business Law

Other

Art Spectrum Ceramics, Advanced Ceramics/Sculpture Painting & Drawing, Advanced Painting & Drawing AP Studio Art Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Orchestra Jazz Band, Jazz Ensemble Concert Choir, Advanced Vocals, Treble Choir Photography, Advanced Photography Stage Tech, Design Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4 Video Production, Advanced Video Production Yearbook Keyboarding Computer Applications Web Design & Development Automotive Technology Drafting & Computer Aided Design Foods Engineering Tech Sports Medicine AVID Study Skills Leadership Living Skills Senior Projects Teaching Seminar & Practicum