For graduation requirements, please view the introductory pages of the High School Course Catalog linked below. The high school course planner on page 59 of the catalog is designed to help middle and high school students think about and discuss their future goals with their families prior to course registration. Registration for next school year takes place every February and March.
Updated June 30, 2021
Visit our graduation ceremonies webpage to watch our ceremonies which occurred on June 12, 2021. Graduation information for 2022 will be posted at a later date.
Class of 2021 and Beyond
English 4.0 Required: English 101 and English 201, and other courses in reading, writing, and communication.
Mathematics 3.0 Required: Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II (Algebra II may be met by another third year math course based on Personalized Pathway/High School and Beyond Plan including parent/guardian signature). See counselor for details.
World Language 2.0 Required: Two credits in the same language (e.g., two years of Spanish, two years of French, two years of German, etc.). Credits may be met through Personalized Pathway/High School and Beyond Plan and district waiver process.
Science 3.0 Expected sequence: Biology, Chemistry, Physics. Required: Two credits must be in a lab science. (Third credit may be met by a course that aligns with Personalized Pathway/High School and Beyond Plan including parent/guardian signature). See counselor for details.
Social Studies 3.0 Required: Contemporary World History/Geography/Problems; US History/Government; 0.5 credits of Civics (content may be embedded in another social studies course); 0.5 credits of Social Studies elective.
Health and Fitness 2.0 Required: Health (0.5 credit) and PE (1.5 credits).
Visual and Performing Arts 2.0 1.0 credit may be substituted as part of a Personalized Pathway/High School and Beyond Plan including parent/guardian signature.
Career and Technical Education 1.5 Required: 0.5 Technical Literacy, which is a new course to learn technical skills necessary to be successful in other high school and post-high school endeavors. One credit may be an Occupational Education course that meets the definition of an exploratory course as described in the CTE program standards.
30 Required High School Credits