• Graduation Class of 2018-2020

    • English/Language Arts (4 Credits)
      • 1 credit each year while in high school
    • Mathematics (3 Credits):
      • Successful completion of Secondary Mathematics I, II, and III or higher.
      • Parents may request that students replace Secondary III with a course from the Applied or Advanced approved course list.
      • Students who successfully complete Calculus have met graduation requirements regardless of the number of credits they have taken.
    • Science (3 Credits):
      • 2 Credits (from the four science foundation areas; Earth Systems, Biological Science, Chemistry, AP Computer Science, or Physics).
      • 1 Credit (from the foundation courses or the applied or advanced science core list).
    • Social Studies (2.5 Credits):
      • 1 Credit (United States History)
      • 0.5 Credit (Geography)
      • 0.5 Credit (Civilization)
      • 0.5 Credit (United States Government and Citizenship)
    • Directed Coursework (3.5 Credits):
      • 1.5 Credit (Fine Arts)
      • 1 Credit (Career and Technical Education (CTE))
      • 0.5 Credit (Digital Studies)
      • 0.5 General Financial Literacy
    • Physical Education Health (2 Credits):
      • 0.5 Credit (Health)
      • 0.5 Credit (Participation Skills)
      • 0.5 Credit (Fitness for Life)
      • 0.5 Credit (Individualized Lifetime Activities)
      • Optional: 0.5 Credit Maximum (Team Sport/Athletic Participation*)
        * Can be used in place of Participation Skills or Individualized Lifetime Activities only.
    • Required Electives (9.5 Credits)
    • Total Credit Hours (27.5)
  • Graduation Class of 2021 and Beyond

    • English/Language Arts (4 Credits)
      • 1 credit per year for all four years of high school
    • Mathematics (3 Credits):
      • Successful completion of Secondary Mathematics I, II, and III or higher.
      • Parents may request that students replace Secondary III with a course from the Applied or Advanced approved course list.
      • Students who successfully complete Calculus have met graduation requirements regardless of the number of credits they have taken.
    • Science (3 Credits):
      • 2 Credits (from the five science foundation areas; Earth Systems, Biological Science, Chemistry, AP Computer Science, or Physics).
      • 1 Credit (from the foundation courses or the applied or advanced science core list).
    • Social Studies (3 Credits):
      • 1 Credit (United States History)
      • 0.5 Credit (Geography)
      • 0.5 Credit (Civilization)
      • 0.5 Credit (United States Government and Citizenship)
      • 0.5 Credit (Local Education Agency (LEA) Discretion)
    • Directed Coursework (3.5 Credits):
      • 1.5 Credit (Fine Arts)
      • 1 Credit (Career and Technical Education (CTE))
      • 0.5 Credit (Digital Studies)
      • 0.5 General Financial Literacy
    • Physical Education Health (2 Credits):
      • 0.5 Credit (Health)
      • 0.5 Credit (Participation Skills)
      • 0.5 Credit (Fitness for Life)
      • 0.5 Credit (Individualized Lifetime Activities)
      • Optional: 1.0 Credit Maximum (Team Sport/Athletic Participation*)
        * Can be used in place of Participation Skills or Individualized Lifetime Activities only.
    • Required Electives (7.5 Credits)
    • Total Credit Hours (26)