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Graduation Requirements

A minimum of 200 credits must be earned in grades 9-12 in the following required courses. Courses at CCHS are not A-G, which means that while the CCHS diploma is a regular high school diploma, the courses do not meet the requirements for acceptance into the University of California or California State University. Students from CCHS typically attend a community college before attending a four-year university.


40                     English

10                     World History

10                     U.S. History

10                     American Government/Economics

20                     Mathematics (including 10 credits of Algebra 1)

20                     Science (including 10 in Physical and 10 in Biology)

20                     Physical Education

10                     Fine Arts or World Languages

5                        Health

55       Electives