CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION: 29 CREDITS
- Four credits in English (only one credit of journalism will count toward the English requirement) *Note: All Juniors will be required to take 1 credit of English
- Three credits in Science
- Three credits in Math
- Three credits in Social Studies
- Three additional credits in core classes (includes English, Math, Science, Social Studies)
- ½ credit in Health Education
- ½ credit in Consumer Education
- One credit in applying Computers
- 2 credits in Fine Arts, Foreign Language, or Vocational Education
- 4 credits in Physical Education
CREDIT REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSFERS
Freshmen-Enroll Semester 2
Junior Enroll Semester 1
Junior Enroll Semester 2
Sophomore Enroll Semester 1
Senior Enroll Semester 1
Sophomore Enroll Semester 2
Senior Enroll Semester 2
All graduation requirements must be met before participating in the graduation program.
At the conclusion of the first, second, third, and fourth quarters, a scholastic Honor Roll will be announced by the school through local news media.
- Grades and grade point will determine eligibility for honor roll.
- A student can only have one "C" and still make honor roll.
- A student must carry a minimum of 4 credits per semester.
High Honors - A student must carry a 4.0 grade point average.
Honors - A student must have at least a 3.0 grade point average.
How Honor Roll is Calculated
The computer calculates and generates a list of Honor Roll students at the end of each quarter grading period. Specifically, the way this works, you take the scores from each quarter are translated from their letter grade into a point value. Scores from pass/fail classes are not considered in the calculations. The point value of each score is multiplied by the number of credits for that course. The credit-weighted point total is added up and divided by the sum of the credits for the classes considered. This produces the Grade Point Average (GPA) for the quarter.
HIGH HONORS = 4.0
HONORS = 3.0-3.9
|"B" Above Average||80-89||3.0|
|"D" Below Average||60-69||1.0|