MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR JUNIOR HIGH STUDENTS
Seventh and eighth grade students must pass Math, Language Arts, Social Studies, and Science in order to be promoted to the next grade level. Eighth grade students must also pass the LEAP test to be promoted. Any student who does not score above the 35th percentile on the LEAP/GEE test will be placed into tutoring classes to enhance skills in Language Arts and Math.
All students, grades seven through twelve, must earn a total of seven points for the year with four points being earned in the second semester. Points are determined as follows:
Final grades are determined using the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th six weeks and the final exam grades.
Any student not meeting the above requirements will be referred to the school building level committee.
MINIMUM REQUIRAMENTS FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION
English 4 Units Shall be English I, II, and III, in consecutive order; and English IV or Business English
Mathematics 3 Units Shall be selected from the following courses and may include a maximum of 2 entry level courses (designated by E): Introductory Algebra/Geometry (E), Algebra I - Part 1 (E), Algebra I - Part 2, Integrated Mathematics I (E), Integrated Mathematics II, Integrated Mathematics III, Applied Mathematics I (E), Applied Mathematics II, Applied Mathematics III, Algebra I (E), Geometry, Algebra II, Financial Mathematics, Advanced Mathematics I, Advanced Mathematics II, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Probability and Statistics, and Discrete Mathematics.
Science 3 Units Shall be 1 unit of Biology I; 1 unit of Physical Science or Integrated Science (but not both), Chemistry I, Physics I, or Physics of Technology I; 1 unit from Aerospace Science, Biology II, Chemistry II, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Physics II, Physics of Technology II, Agriscience I, Agriscience II, or any other course not already taken from the Physical Science Cluster, or a locally designed elective. * If a student takes Physical Science or Integrated Science, he/she may then take Chemistry I, Physics I, or Physics for Technology I as the required science course. If a student takes Chemistry I, Physics I, or Physics of Technology I to fulfill the Physical Science requirement, he/she may not then take Physical science or Integrated Science as the third required science course but may take such courses as one of the eight allowed elective graduation requirements. *Both Agriscience I and II must be completed for one unit of science credit. *All advanced Placement Science courses will be accepted for credit.
Social Studies 3 Units Shall be American History, one-half unit of Civics, one-half unit of Free Enterprise; and one of the following: World History, World Geography, or Western Civilization.
Health Education ½ Units Physical Education 1 ½ Units Shall be Physical Education I and Physical Education II, or Adapted Physical Education for eligible special education students. Note: the substitution for JROTC is permissible. A maximum of four units may be used toward graduation.
Electives 8 units
Total 23 units