Graduation & UC/CSU A-G Requirements

Subject Areas

High School

CSU and UC

Requirements

Requirements

A---Social

World History 10

 

World History 1 year

 

Science

U.S History 10

 

U.S History 1 year

 

Government 5

 

2 yrs

 

Economics 5

 

or 1/2yr US Hist, 1/2yr Amer Gov
& 1yr World Hist

 

30

 

(inc:WH Bil, Ca Crps, Am
Gov/Ca Crps & Am Gov AP)

 

B---English

English 9 10

 

English 9 1 year

 

English 10 10

 

English 10 1 year

 

English 11 10

 

English 11 1 year

 

English 12 10

 

English 12 1 year

 

40

 

4 yrs

 

C---Math

Algebra 1 10

 

Alg 1 or Alg Bil 1 year

 

Geometry 10

 

(Alg 1A & Alg 1B)

 

Algebra 2 10

 

Geometry 1 year

 

30

 

Algebra 2 1 year

 

Algebra Enrich, Geom Enrich, Int Pro

 

3 yrs

 

 

 

4 yrs+ recommended: Math

 

 

 

Analysis, Stats AP, Cal AB or BC

 

D---Science

Life Science 10

 

Life Science w/Lab 1 year

 

(includes:Life Science, Bio

 

(includes: Bio 1+2 or AP,&

 

1+2, Human Anat/Phys,

 

Human Ana,Physiology)

 

Ag Sci/Ldr)

 

Physical Science w/Lab 1 year

 

Physical Science 10

 

(includes: Chem, Chem Comm

 

(includes: Ag crop, mktg,

 

Chem AP, & Physics)

 

earth sci, Astronomy, Chem,

 

2 yrs

 

Chem Comm, Physics

 

3yrs+ recommended: choose

 

 

 

from any of the sci's listed above.

 

E---Foreign

Span or French 10

 

Span or French 2 yrs

 

Language

OR

 

(or same foeign Lang for 2yrs)

 

Art, Ceramics, Guitars

 

2 yrs

 

F---Fine Art

Piano, Drama, Chorus,

 

choose from following: 1 year

 

Band

 

Art 1, Adv Art, Studio Art AP, Adv

 

10

 

Band, Ceramics 1, Adv Ceramics,

 

 

 

Drama 2 & Adv Piano

 

 

 

 

1 year

 

G---Elective

All other courses 65

 

Choose one additional 1 year

 

 

offered

 

college prep courses from

 

 

65

 

those listed above.

 

 

 

 

1 year

 

 

Physical Education 20

 

You must receive a C or better in

 

 

Health 5

 

A-G courses listed above.

 

 

 

 

 

30

 

 

 

 

TOTAL: 220 Credits

 

 

 


Students shall receive diplomas of graduation from high school only after completing the prescribed course of study of 220 credits and meeting the standards of proficiency established by the district. Starting with the class of 2006, all students will be required to pass the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) in order to graduate.
All students in grades 9-12 shall complete the following 220 credit course of study in order to receive a diploma of graduation: