• III. HS Graduation Credit Requirements Course List

     

    English Language Arts (20 credits)

    English 9, 10, 11, 12

    English Concepts 9, 10, 11, 12

    AP Language and Composition

    AP Literature and Composition

    ELL Beginner

    Visual and Performing Arts (5 credits

    3-D Art, Intermediate, or Advanced 3-D Art

    Actors Studio 1, 2 (sem)

    Advanced Applications in Computer Graphics

    Advanced Commercial Photography

    AP Art History

    AP Studio Art

    Art Workshop (West) (sem)

    Chansons

    Commercial Art (East)

    Commercial Art 2

    Computer Graphics, Advanced Computer Graphics (sem)

    Concert Choir

    Design 1, 2, 3

    East/West Singers

    Fine Art 1, 2, 3

    Freshman Wind Ensemble (East)

    Graphic Design 1, 2 (West) (sem)

    Introduction, Intermediate Commercial Photography (sem)

    Living Theater

    Music Theory

    Orchestra

    Play Directing (sem)

    Play Production (sem)

    Public Speaking (sem)

    Research in Music

    Symphonic Band

    Vocal Workshop

    Wind Ensemble

    21st Century Life and Careers or Career-Technical Education (5 credits)

    3-D Art, Intermediate, or Advanced 3-D Art

    Advanced Applications in Computer Graphics

    Advanced Commercial Photography

    Advanced Marketing

    AFJROTC (West)

    Animal Behavior (sem)

    AP Computer Science A

    AP Computer Science Principles

    AP Economics: Micro & Macro

    AP Research

    AP Studio Art

    Apex Technology electives (sem)

    Applied Technology

    Broadcasting 1, 2 (sem)

    Business Law (sem)

    Business Management (sem)

    Catering and Adv Catering (West)

    Commercial Art (East)

    Commercial Art 2

    Computer Graphics, Advanced Computer Graphics (sem)

    Culinary Arts 1, 2 (sem)

    Design/Build 1, 2, 3

    Dynamics of Health Care & Society

    Entrepreneurship (sem)

    Filmmaking

    Forensic Science

    Graphic Design 1, 2 (West) (sem)

    International Business (sem)

    Intro to Business (sem)

    Intro to Engineering (sem)

    Intro to Public Speaking (sem)

    Introduction to Computer Programming

    Introduction, Intermediate Commercial Photography (sem)

    Journalism

    Marine Biology (sem)

    Marketing Education

    Marketing Management 1, 2

    Neuroscience in Society (sem)

    Public Speaking (sem)

    Research in Marketing

    Research in Science

    Robotics (sem)

    Scientific Principles of Nutrition

    Small Engines (sem) (East)

    Sports and Entertainment Marketing (sem)

    Sports Medicine (sem)

    The Science of Cooking (sem)

    Tomorrow's Teachers (sem)

    Toxicology (sem)

    Writing Workshop (sem)

     

    Mathematics (15 credits):   

    Algebra 1, Geometry AND  1 Other Mathematics Course

    Algebra 1 or Enriched Algebra

    Algebraic Concepts 1

    Algebraic Concepts 2

    Geometry

    Geometric Concepts

     

    Other Mathematics

    Algebra 2

    Functions

    Pre-Calculus

    Trigonometry

    Intro to College Math

    Discrete Math/Probability and Statistics

    AP Statistics

    Calculus

    Multi-Variable Calculus

    AP Computer Science A

     

    Health, Safety, and Physical Education (5 credits per year)

    Health 9, 10, 11, 12 (sem)

    Physical Education 9, 10, 11, 12 (sem)

    Mind Body Connection 1, 2

    Unified PE 9, 10, 11, 12 (sem)

     

    Social Studies (17.5 credits: 10 credits of U.S. History AND 5 credits of World Civilizations AND 2.5 of African American Studies)

    World Civilizations (5 Credits)

    World Civilizations

    World Civilizations Concepts

    US History (10 Credits)

    US History 1, 2

    US History 1, 2 Concepts

    AP US History 1 and 2

    African American Studies (2.5 credits)

     

    Lab Science (15 credits: 5 credits of Biology AND 5 credits of Chemistry AND 5 credits of Physics)

    Biology

    Biology Concepts

    Chemistry

    Chemistry Concepts

    Physics 1

    Physics Concepts

    AP Physics 1

    World Languages (5 credits)

    AP French Language and Culture

    AP German Language and Culture (East)

    AP Italian Language and Culture (West)

    AP Latin

    AP Spanish Language and Culture

    Chinese 1, 2

    French 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

    German 1, 2, 3, 4 (East)

    Italian 1, 2, 3, 4 (West)

    Latin 1, 2, 3, 4

    Spanish 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

    Spanish for Heritage Speakers 1, 2, 3 (West)

    Financial Literacy (2.5 credits)

    Financial Literacy