Bible 3 credits
1 in 9th, 1 in any combination in 10th or 11th, 1 in 12th.
English 4 credits
Math 4 credits
Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, and one additional math course beyond Algebra II.
Science 3 credits
1 of these 3 credits must be Biology and 1 must be a physical science.
Social Studies 3 credits
0.5 in U. S. Government, 1 in U. S. History, 1 in World History or European History and 0.5 elective. Beginning with the Class of 2020, Economics will replace the History elective as a requirement.
Foreign Language 2 credits
Both credits must be in the same language. 2 credits are required in upper school.
Arts 1 credit
Any combination of Art, Music, Dance, Theatre, or Media Arts classes.
Physical Education 1 credit
1 credit of Fitness.
Computer 0.5 credit
0.5 credit of computer or pass technology skills assessment.
Electives 2.5 credits
TOTAL 24 units
Any upper school courses taken in the eighth grade year (such as Algebra I or Foreign Language) will be listed on the upper school transcript; however, the grades earned in these courses will not be included in the cumulative upper school grade point average or in the class rank. Eighth-grade credits will not count towards the graduation requirements.
All students must take six courses per semester.
Any student who receives a D or lower for the second semester grade in English, Algebra I, or the first year of foreign language is required to attend summer school in order to improve his or her grade since the fundamental grasp of the subject is considered insufficient to proceed. A student is not eligible for summer school if the course semester average is less than 50; the course must be completely retaken. All summer school courses must be approved by the Academic Coordinator prior to enrollment.