ENGLISH, CAREER EDUCATION, AND THE ARTS SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATHEMATICS
English 40 Credits Science 20 Credits
Fine/Visual Arts 10 Credits Mathematics* 20 Credits
(or 10 credits in a Foreign Language) *All students MUST pass Algebra I.
Applied Arts**** 15 Credits Computer 5/10 Credits
HEALTH AND HUMANITIES
Physical Education** 30 Credits
Social Science*** 30 Credits
Health 5 Credits
Foreign Language 10 Credits
(or 10 credits in Fine or Visual Arts)
TOTAL ACADEMIC CREDITS 170 Maximum acceptable credits toward graduation for Work Experience 20
TOTAL ELECTIVE CREDITS 50 Maximum acceptable credits toward graduation for Student Assistant 20
TOTAL GRADUATION CREDITS 220 No course shall satisfy more than one requirement simultaneously.
*10 of these credits must be taken in math, grades 9 or 10. Algebra I or equivalent must be completed. The other 10 credits may be taken in either Math, Computerized Accounting, Introductory Architecture & Engineering Technology, Advanced Architecture & Engineering Technology, or Business Math. These 10 credits must be taken in the 11th or 12th grade, unless Geometry has been taken and passed prior to grade 11.
**9th and 10th grade students must take PE (Kinesiology) each semester of enrollment. 11th grade students may be exempted if they are enrolled in 6 academic classes and have completed 20 units of P.E.(Kinesiology)
***Must include 10 credits of World History taken in 10th grade. Must include 10 credits in U.S. History to be taken during the 11th grade. Must include 5 credits of Civics and 5 credits of Economics taken during the 12th grade.
****The 15 credits of Applied Arts may be taken in Industrial Studies, Business Education, Computers, Visual and Performing Arts, Pep, Dance, Leadership, Yearbook, Journalism and ROP and must include a course which demonstrates computer literacy.
The minimum number of completed credits required to register in the Fall, 2016:
10th Grade . . . . . .50 Credits 11th Grade . . . . .110 Credits 12th Grade . . . . .160 Credits
Government, one year of World History.
(Three years recommended)
*SAT Reasoning or ACT and SAT Subject tests required. **SAT Subject tests not required starting with the Class of 2012.
*SAT Reasoning or ACT tests required.