Most of the answers to your questions can be found in our program of study. This has our school's current policies and our class listings. Most students will find answers to their questions in the program linked above.
To request a meeting with your counselor, please click the linked form above. Counselors will be notified that a student submitted the form.
To request your transcript to be sent to a college, please click the linked form above. The counseling office will process your request as it is submitted.
English – 4 credits
1 credit – English I, English I (H)
1 credit – English II, English II (H)
1 credit – English III, AP English Language or Dual Enrollment Composition
1 credit – English IV, AP English Literature or Dual Enrollment Composition
Math – 4 credits
1 credit – Algebra I
1 credit – Algebra II
1 credit – Geometry
1 credit – an upper level mathematics course. Students must be enrolled in a mathematics course each year.
Science – 3 credits
1 credit – Physical Science
1 credit – Biology
1 credit – Chemistry or Physics
Social Studies – 4 credits
1 credit – World History and Geography, AP Human Geography
1 credit – U.S. Government and Civics, AP U.S. Government and Civics
1 credit – U.S. History and Geography, AP U.S. History
1 credit – Economics/Personal Finance
Lifetime Wellness – 1 credit
Physical Education - .5 credit
1 credit – Physical Education II (Weightlifting) or Physical Education II Games
*This requirement may be satisfied by substituting an equivalent time of physical activity in other areas including but not limited to marching band, cheerleading, JROTC, or interscholastic athletics.
Fine Art – 1 credit
Courses include Art, Band, Choir, and Theatre Arts.
World Language – 2 credits in the same language
Courses include American Sign Language, German, Spanish Elective Focus – 3 credits
Electives – 5.5 credits
Total = 28 credits