Class of 2016-2019

 Credits  Subject Area  Description  Additional Information

4 Credits

English Language Arts

  • English 9
  • English 10
  • English 11
  • English 12
  • Students may take equivalent Honors or AP English classes

4 Credits

Mathematics

  • Algebra I
  • Algebra II
  • Geometry
  • Trigonometry
  • Pre Calculus
  • Calculus
  • 1 additional math or math-related credit in final year
  • Students shall be granted credit for satisfactorily completing Algebra I middle school
  • Algebra II may be taken over 2 years with credit granted for each year
  • Students may take equivalent Honors math classes
  • See Course Catalog for specific listing of allowable math-related courses

3 Credits

Science

  • Earth Science
  • Biology
  • Chemistry or Physics
  • Students may take equivalent Honors science classes

3 Credits

Social Studies

  • World Hist. & Geography
  • U.S. Hist. & Geography
  • Government/ Economics
  • Students may take equivalent Honors social studies classes

1 Credit

Health and Physical Education

  • .5 Health
  • .5 Physical Education
  • Students may take 4 years of Varsity Band as a substitute for the PE requirement

1 Credit

Visual, Performing, Applied Arts

  • Band
  • Choir
  • Theatre Arts
  • All Art Department classes- See Course Catalog
  • Designated vocational classes
  • Students may take additional credits in English, Math, Science, or World Languages (beyond what is required) as a substitute for this requirement

2 Credits

World Language

  • Spanish
  • Students shall be granted credit for satisfactorily completing Spanish I in 8th grade
  • Beginning with the class of 2017 students may replace 1 credit of world language with the completion of a CTE program (this may require a series of classes)

4 Credits

Electives

  • Elective Credits are listed by department in the Course Catalog

 

All students must complete their Career Cruising portfolio. The completed portfolio meets the Michigan Merit Curriculum requirement for an on-line learning experience.

During the Junior year of high school, all students will take the M-Step and/or any other State or Federal mandated assessments. In the event a student does not take the M-Step or other State or Federal mandated assessment in the Junior year, the student will be required to retake the appropriate assessment during the Senior year.

22 Credits Total

 

  • Minimum credits required to graduate 

 

 

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