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Math – 4 credits
Students must accumulate a minimum of four (4) high school math credits regardless of their level of math mastery when
entering high school. Students are required by state guidelines to enroll in a math course during all four years of high
school.
For students starting in Algebra 1A:
• Algebra 1B, Geometry, Algebra 2B, and one of the following courses
• Statistics
• AP Statistics
• Dual Enrollment Statistics
• Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus
• Bridge Math
For students starting in Geometry:
• Geometry, Algebra 2B, and two of the following courses:
• Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus
• Statistics
• AP Calculus
• AP Statistics
• Dual Enrollment Statistics
For students starting in Algebra 2A
(This option is strongly discouraged as students looking at this option would benefit from Honor’s Math)
• Algebra 2B and three of the following courses:
• Statistics
• AP Statistics
• Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus
• AP Calculus
• Dual Enrollment Statistics
For students starting in Honors Math
Successful completion of each honor’s math course will allow students to progress to the next level of honors math.
• Honors Algebra 2
• Honors Trig/Pre-Cal
• Analytical Geometry and Calculus
• AP Calculus BC
Elective Focus Area – 3 credits
Students will complete an elective focus of no less than three credits. Students completing a CTE elective focus must
complete three units in the same CTE program of study. The elective focus may be in one of the following six areas:
Career and Technical Education STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)
• Veterinary and Animal Science • Any Course(s) in Science and Math that is above the graduation
• Horticulture Science
• A/V Production requirement
• Business Management • Anatomy and Physiology
• Marketing and Finance • Medical Therapeutics
• Accounting • Any Project Lead the Way Course
• Finance
• Diagnostic Services Humanities (Social Studies, Foreign Language, and English)
• Therapeutic Clinical Services Any course in Social Studies, Foreign Language and English that is above the
• Culinary Arts graduation requirement. It can be a combination of these courses.
• Cosmetology
• Information Technology Fine Arts
• Law Enforcement Services Any course in Fine Arts that is above the graduation requirement.
• Marketing Management
• Project Lead-The-Way Engineering Advanced Placement (AP)
• Automotive Maintenance and Light Any Advanced Placement (AP) courses
Repair ROTC
• Automotive Collision Repair ROTC courses (This can count for your Focus area and Wellness credits)
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