College and Career Readiness Considerations
College Admissions and Scholarship Considerations
4.0 Credits - English
3.0 Credits - Math
1.0 Secondary Math 1
1.0 Secondary Math 2
1.0 Secondary Math 3
3.0 Credits - Science
2.0 credits from two of the five science foundation areas: Earth Systems, Biological Science, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science PLUS: 1.0 from the foundation courses or Applied or Advanced Foundation science core list
3.5 Credits - Social Studies
1.0 U.S. History
1.0 World Civilization
0.5 U.S. Government and Citizenship
1.5 Credits - Fine Arts
1.0 Credit - Career and Technical Education (CTE)
1.5 Credits - Physical Education
.5 Credit - Digital Studies
.5 Credit - Financial Literacy
8.0 Credits - Electives
27 Credits for High School Diploma
For further details and information go to the Student Planning Guide
In English concentrate on developing technical reading, writing, and research skills.
Take required math courses and focus on math concepts related to your career goal. Try concurrent enrollment math class in the senior year. Students interest in STEM degrees should take at least one math course beyond Secondary Math 3 (Algebra II)
Three credits of science will prepare you for college. Choose foundation, applied, or advanced courses aligned with your CCR-Plan goals.
Student interested in STEM degrees should take at least 4 credits of science.
Select social studies classes that provide the strong academic foundation and enable you to explore a variety of career paths.
Choose electives that concentrate in a pathway that meet your high school graduation requirements and provide depth (two or more courses) in an area of interest.
Recommend 2.0 years of the same world language, other than English, in grades
College and university admissions requirements will likely include: