Thirty units of credit including the following are required for graduation.
Course selection should be based on a reasonable career expectation and not solely on a wish to attain Honor or achieve a high Class Ranking. Academic excellence is encouraged of all students regardless of their individual schedules. Honor recognition given to students for superior scholarship. No student with a D or F will be eligible for honor roll status. All courses count toward Honor. Seniors who have earned a GPA of 3.0 or above will be recognized as Honors Graduates during the Graduation Ceremony.
Top Ten Graduation Honors
In order to be considered for Top Ten Honors, as a senior, a student must have completed sixteen (16) courses from the listings below. Any student who has a qualifying GPA for Top Ten but has not completed 16 of these courses will be listed with the Honor students (#11 or below).
English I-IV World History Math I Biology I or II
Spanish I-IV U.S. History Algebra II Chemistry I or II
Psych/Soc World Geog/Civics Geometry Physics I or II
CSC Dual Credit
Final class rank, as recorded on student records, is based on all courses completed.
Those recognized as top ten and honor students are based on grades submitted at the conclusion of the first full week of May. Those grades are based on work done from the beginning of the semester through that week and are subject to change as students complete the school year. Students attending special schools all day are not eligible for top ten or graduation honors.