||Number of Credits Required to Graduate & Required Courses|
|Language Arts (English)
(English 9, 10, 11 and 12)
1 credit, comprised of:
1/2 credit Communication Arts: (Mass Media, Oral Communication, Forensics or Debate)
1/2 credit of one of the following: Instrumental Music, Art, Vocal Music or Theater
3 1/2 Credits
(Intro to Social Science, World History, U.S. History and 1/2 American Government)
Physical Science, Biology and one additional science course
|Foundations of PE
(Courses of Your Choice)
A student may count only one unit of “K” credit toward graduation. “K” credit can be earned by successfully passing Student Aide.
One-half unit of credit will be granted for satisfactory completion of an approved subject meeting for eighteen weeks.
In the case of transfer students, when in the judgement of the high school principal a pupil can profit by substitution of a course or waiver of local requirements, this shall be done.
Students shall carry a minimum of eight subjects per semester. However, during their senior year, students may be permitted to carry fewer than eight subjects if this will complete graduation requirements.
Seniors will be permitted to participate in the graduation ceremonies only if they have met all graduation requirements.