High School Planning

As part of our freshman guidance unit, all students complete a 4-year plan to ensure they are aware of graduation and 4-year college eligibility requirements. This is a great tool to reference when it is time to select courses for the following year. We encourage students to see this as a working document, where they can continually update their choices if their interests change.

Guidance Counselors are here to meet with students and families to guide students in their planning, and to help with revising the plan when necessary. Please review the Graduation & A-G Requirements Chart below before putting together a 4-year plan.

Grade Level Planning

High School Graduation & College Admissions Requirements

Subject Requirements High School Graduation Requirements University Admission Requirements
English 40 40
Math 20 (Algebra I and Geometry) 30 (4 years recommended)
Science 20 20 (2-4 years recommended)
Social Science 30 20
World Language* 10 20 (3-4 years recommended)
Fine Art/
Visual & Performing Arts*
10 10
Applied Academics* 10  
Physical Education 20  
Electives 60 10 (approved College Prep elective)
Other Requirements   SAT/ACT & SAT II
Subject Credits 220 150

*World Language, Fine Art/Visual & Performing Arts and Applied Academics are considered Selective Electives. Students must complete 10 credits each in two (2) of the three (3) Selective Elective areas.