50 Credits Are Required to Graduate
|LANGUAGE ARTS8 credits||SOCIAL STUDIES7 credits||SCIENCE7 credits||MATHEMATICS7 credits||WELLNESS5 credits||FINE ARTS1 credit||PRACTICAL ARTS1 credit|
|English 9 (2)English 10 (2)English 11 (2)English 12 (2)||US History (2)Human Civilization (2)Am. Government (1)Economics (1)One of either: Psychology, Sociology or Diversity Studies (1)||Biology (2)Chemistry (2)Physics (2)Earth Science (1)||Four year colleges will ask for Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2||Physical Education (4)Health (1)||Examples:Band, Orchestra, Choir, 2-D Art, 3-D Art, Digital Arts, or Music Appreciation||Examples:Examples:Computer Info & Tech, Intro to Business, Intro to Engineering & Design, Journey Through Tech Careers, Foods, Adult Living, Infant Development|
14 Elective credits plus the 36 required credits from above give the students a total of 50 credits. Electives are any courses that are not required for graduation. They are exploratory classes in art, business, computer, family and consumer science, industrial technology, world languages, music or advanced study in any required course.
It is recommended by four-year liberal arts colleges (and required by some) that students entering college have at least 4 credits of World Languages. Actual requirements vary from college to college. Check with your college(s) of choice to determine what classes are required for admission.