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GROSSMONT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

English…………………………………………………………...4 years

 

Fine Art or Foreign Language…………………………….….…1 year

 

Math………………………………………………………….......3 years

 

Physical Education……………………………………..………2 years

 

Life Science (Biology)………………………………….………..1 year

 

Physical Science (Science, Chemistry, Physics)……..………1 year

 

Geography…………………………………………………..1 semester

 

World History…………………………………………...……..….1 year

 

U.S. History………………………………………………...….….1 year

 

American Government……………………………………..1 semester

 

Economics……………………………..……………………1 semester

 

Electives………………………………………………...…….65 credits

 

 

One semester of a course passed = 5 credits

Total credits needed to graduate = 220 credits

 

 

Additional check-off requirements:
 
Career Plan (met through completion of Career Cruising   Portfolio)
  • Technology (met through second semester of Geography)
  • California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE: English & Math)

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA “a-g” Subject Requirements

a.      U.S. History/Social Science…………………….…………2 years

      1 year of World History

      1 year of U.S. History or

           1 semester of U.S. History and 1 semester of Civics or

           1 semester of American Government

 

b.      English…………...………………………………………….4 years

 

c.      Math…………………………………………………………3 years

        Algebra IC, Geometry IC, Algebra IIC, etc.

        4 years recommended

 

d.      Laboratory Science……………………………………..…2 years

Biology, Chemistry, Physics

3 years recommended

 

e.      Foreign Language…………………………………….……2 years

 3 years of the same language recommended

 

f.        Visual or Performing Arts………………………..………....1 year

Art, Drama, Music, Drafting

 

g.      College Preparatory Electives……………………………..1 year

Visual and Performing Arts, History, English,

Social Science, advanced Mathematics, Laboratory

Science, languages other than English

 

CSU requires:

  • SAT Reasoning Test or ACT

 
UC requires:
 
  • SAT Reasoning Test or ACT with Writing

     

    All required courses must be on the college preparatory,

     honors, AP, or IB level with a grade of “C” or better.