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Graduation Requirements


A minimum of 200 credits must be earned in grades 9-12 in the following required courses:
40                English
10                World History
10                U.S. History
10                American Government/Economics
20                Mathematics (including 10 credits of Algebra 1)
20                Science
20                Physical Education
10                Fine Arts or World Languages
5                  Health
55                Electives (additional credits earned from any of the above and/or other electives)
To be eligible for a diploma, the student must have passed Algebra 1 or its equivalent. In addition to coursework, students must pass both parts of the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) to earn a diploma. Students who complete coursework but do not pass both parts of the CAHSEE will receive a Certificate of Credit Completion.