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Junior Graduation Requirements


The trimester schedule will allow you to take six classes each day and earn up to 18 credits each year. It will provide you with opportunities to earn more rigorous college credits and pursue elective classes that you may be interested in exploring as a career choice after high school. Please be aware of the graduation requirements specific to the year you will finish your high school education outlined below.


Required Courses

English 11

US History 11 or AP U.S. History 11

Recommended Courses

Math (2) Credits


Graduation Requirements:
English 10 Credits
Math 7 Credits
Science 6 Credits
World History 2 Credits
US History 4 Credits
US Government 2 Credits
Economics 1 Credit
Health 1 Credit
Speech 1 Credit
Humanities 2 Credits
Computer Literacy 1 Credit
Physical Education 2 Credits
Electives 20 Credits
Senior Project 1 Credit
Total: 60 Credits


Class of 2021
Planning is best accomplished with the help of parents, teachers, guidance counselors and other adults who know and care for the student. Students and parents should study course offerings carefully and use them as guides for high school registration and post-secondary planning. Keep the basic requirements for graduation and postsecondary admissions in your plan and use the following checklist. Guidance counselors are available to students to assist in the career planning process.

  • Make sure your student is completing the district and high school graduation requirements.
  • Check dates and registration deadlines for college entrance test (PSAT, ACT, SAT) (CPT at professional-technical school).
  • Check on specific entrance requirements (such as course and test scores) for schools which your student may wish to attend.
  • Check on scholarship and financial aid opportunities.
  • Attend college fairs and financial aid presentation. 
  • Encourage campus visits and participation in any kind of post-secondary orientation activity.
  • Take a college entrance exam.
  • Check twelfth-grade education plan.
  • For student athlete, review National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) eligibility requirements.


*IMPORTANT!  Students must take one of the following college entrance or placement exams before the end of his/her eleventh (11th) grade year: (a) ACT or (b) SAT.

Graduation Requirements