Academic Information

  • Graduation Requirements (Class of 2016 and Beyond)  

     
    Class of  2016 and Beyond
    24 Credits:
    Communication Arts--4.0
       (English 9, 10, 11, and 12 can include Advanced, AP, Dual Credit,
        ELL, or College equivalent courses)
    Mathematics--3.0
       (Algebra 1 or Algebra 1A & 1B, Geometry, and Algebra 2)
    Science--3.0
       (Physics First or Chemistry, Biology and Elective Science)
    Social Studies--3.5
       (World History, American History, Am. Government, and Econ/ 
         Personal Finance)
    Fine Arts--1.0
       (Any Visual Art, Performing Arts-Music, Dance, some Theatre)
    Practical Arts/CTE--1.0
       (Any Practical Art--Computer Tech, some Theatre, Career and Tech
         Ed classes)
    PE--1.0
       (Foundations of PE 09113)
    Health--.5
       (Introduction to Health and Wellness)
    Electives--7.0
    End of Course Exams:
    Algebra 1
    Algebra 2* (if Algebra 1 is taken in Middle School)
    English 10
    Biology
    Government
    Senior Capstone Project:
    Research Project through English 12 classes
    Community Service:
    Total of 40 Hours
    Tests:
    Must take the ACT, SAT, ASVAB, or Compass Exam according to your post-high school plans.
     
     
    Career and Educational Planning Guide
     
    Click on the links below to access the 2016-2017 Career and Educational Planning Guide:
     
     
    Middle School Course Descriptions
     
     

District Goals

  • Preparing College, Career and Workforce Ready Graduates: 

    Increase the percentage of students who successfully complete Algebra 1 by 8th grade by 25%.
    • Increase the percentage of on-time on-track students for college entry at the end of the 9th grade by 50%.
    • 100% of graduates will complete the ACT, SAT, ASVAB, and/or Compass Test.
    • 100% of graduates will have attended a college fair during their junior or senior year.
    • 100% of seniors will have completed and submitted at least one (1) college/technical school applications by December.
    • Increase the percentage of students completing an honors, advanced placement, dual enrollment and/or IB course by 25%.