Graduation Day

Required Courses


Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12
Old Testament I Old Testament II & Gospels New Testament Comparison of Religions
Literature & Grammar Literature & Composition American Literature English Literature/Speech
Computer I World History American History Principles of Democracy
Physical Education Physical Education Church History Fitness for Life
Mathematics Mathematics   Hymnology
Physical Science Biology    
Music Fundamentals Music Awareness    
Health      

Electives

No electives are required in grades 9 and 10; a minimum of 3.0 credits of electives are required for both grades 11 and 12 (A maximum of .4 credits worth of music electives may count towards the total of 3.0).

Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12
Band Band Band Band
Choir Choir Choir Choir
Piano Piano Piano Piano
Organ Organ Organ Organ
Spanish I Spanish I Geometry Geometry
  Spanish II Precalculus Precalculus
    Algebra II Calculus
    Journalism* Journalism*
    Spanish I Spanish II
    Spanish II Spanish III
    Spanish III* Local/Modern
History*
    Local/Modern
History*
Chemisty*
    Chemistry* Physics*
    Physics* Consumer
Economics*
    Consumer
Economics*
Geography*
    Geography* Computer II*
    Computer II* Art

   

* Chemistry, Physics, Geography, Consumer Economics, Spanish III, Journalism, Local & Modern History, and Computer II are taught to both grades 11 and 12 in alternate years. Physics, Geography, Spanish III, and Journalism will be taught during the 2013-2014 school year. Chemistry, Consumer Economics, Local & Modern History, and Computer II will be taught during the 2014-2015 school year.

* While neither Physics nor Chemistry is required for graduation, we recommend at least one of these courses, since most colleges will require them for admission.

College-level courses are available in mathematics and science. To qualify for college mathematics, students must have successfully taken Precalculus or its equivalent. To qualify for college science, students must have successfully completed all available high school courses. High school credit is given for college-level courses; if college credit is desired, there is an additional tuition charge of $25.00 per credit. Permission from the high school principal, registrar, and academic dean is required.

Note: The availability of elective subjects is contingent upon student demand, the availability of teachers, and the schedule.

 

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