1. REQUIRED COURSES
Students must satisfactorily complete the following coursework:
To be considered on track for graduation, student must meet the minimum credits for each grade level:
Each semester course is worth five (5) credits, thus earning ten (10) credits per year. Students should earn, with a passing grade a total of sixty (60) credits each year. “F” grades earn no credit.
3. GPA (Grade Point Average)
Student must maintain a minimum overall graduation grade point average of 2.0.
Calculate the grade point average (GPA) by adding grade points and then dividing the total points by the number of grades:
4. OCCUPATIONAL ED (OE II)
Students must demonstrate pre-employment skills by passing the following graduation task with a score of 4 or higher on a Portfolio and Mock Interview.
REQUIREMENTS FOR CALIFORNIA FOUR YEAR UNIVERSITIES
The A-G Requirements
Students who desire to attend a California university must complete the following minimum requirements with a grade of "C" or better:
SAT I or ACT
SAT II (University of California)
** Eligibility Index - Students must also meet the eligibility index set by each of these universities. This index is computed using a combination of the grade point average (GPA) and the college entrance examination scores.
PRIVATE FOUR-YEAR COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES
Most private colleges and universities require an academic pattern of courses similar to that required for the California universities.
Eligibility for community colleges requires graduation from high school or equivalent, or a student must be at least 18 years of age.