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Freshman Graduation Requirements

The trimester schedule will allow you to take six classes every 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 9 or Honors English
Algebra 1 or Geometry
Physical Science or Honors Physical Science
World History or Honors World History


Graduation Requirements
Required Courses Credits
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 or Debate 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 2023
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.

  • Create an individual four-year educational and career interests plan.
  • Implement the sequence of courses related to educational and career interests developed in the individual four-year plan.
  • Review educational skills with appropriate faculty.
  • Continually discuss career plans with your student.
  • Review graduation and postsecondary college/University entrance requirements.
  • Review tenth-grade (10th) educational plan.
  • Review state testing results.

Graduation Requirements