Find out which college you want to attend, then make sure you meet the entrance requirements. Then once you get to college, make sure you find out the requirements for a teaching certificate. High school requirements for attending a college are usually somewhat consistent, but check with your high school guidance counselor to set up a program that will help you get into the college of your choice.
To become a kindergarten teacher you need to take classes in education. You should be an education major if you plan to become a teacher. You will also have to take communication classes.
Take the standard college preparatory courses-- math, English, sciences and foreign languages.
SUU (Southern Utah University in cedar city)
You should go to culinary school.
There are no classes for baseball you just have to excel in the sport.
It doesn't really matter what classes you take in high school or even in college. The grades you get are more important.
I think she did not go to college she only went to school in Philadelphia. I am not fully sure about it so you should ask your teacher at your school or college.
It depends on what state you go to college in, as different states have different requirements, but--as a general rule--a high school teacher needs to have a major (such as English or math) and take education courses. Some states/colleges allow you to major in English education or math education; others will require you to take education courses after graduation. All in all, most students will take 4-5 years from the start of college until they get through the education requirements of college. In terms of the classes you should take in high school: any college-preparation track should be fine. Of course, if you know you want to be a math teacher, for example, you probably should be taking as many math classes as you can, as 1) you'll be better prepared for college-level math, 2) you'll get exposure to what it's like to be a math teacher in high school (and you'll be able to ask your math teachers about their jobs), and 3) you'll have math teachers who are able to write recommendation letters for you for college (and comment on your math abilities).
human biology mainly
Take as many language classes in high school that you can. Apply to study abroad if possible. In college, you should major in a language and again apply to study abroad.
i would probably try to take AP classes or more European and outside Studies classes
To be a surgeon, you should take math and science classes in high school, then take biology or premed classes in college and go to medical school.
Take college prep classes because you will need to go to college and medical school to do this job.
Your classes in Middle School are not going to have much affect. When you get to High School, prepare yourself for college with a solid track in the Sciences.
You should, of course, take a law class. If they do not have one; look for a different school.
To become a teacher at a college the individual should have a high school diploma or have completed their GED. Next a degree in teaching and then a job as a teacher assistant while obtaining a PhD.
high school classes don't matter. you need to get into a college first. ortho programs are graduate programs.. you won't need it until after you've done 4 years in college.ANSWERTo be prepared for college you should take lots of Biology and Chemistry for this field.
all sciences and maths
none, you would need to take college science courses You can take math classes and sciences classes. Those will help you out in the long run
Generally, a 90 percent to a 93 percent is an A minus, and above a 93 percent is a solid A on the average American high school. Many classes have different levels, so you should check with your teacher. In college classes, often classes are curved in colleges so that ther is no set percentage for an A.
To become a nurse, you need to study nursing in a community college or four-year university. Studying biology and chemistry in high school will help you prepare for your nursing classes in college.
what high school classes should be taken in high school to be a RN
You should enroll in pre-med.The classes you must take are Physics, Biology and Chemistry.
You have a lot of science classes and physics you also have to have four years of college and a bachelors degree.