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Graduation Audit & Credit Information

Graduation Credit Requirements

To graduate from Schlagle students must earn a minimum of 25 credits. 

Required Credits

English 4.5 – including Speech (.5)

Math 4.0

Social Studies 3.0 – including American History, American Government (.5), Economics (.5) & World History or World Geography

Science 3.0 – including Biology

Physical Education 1.0

Fine Arts 1.0

CTE (Career & Technical Education) 2.0 – including Consumer Education (.5), and Business Communications (.5)

Additional Electives 6.5

Students who are on track for graduation are encouraged to enroll in Tech or College Classes Junior and/or Senior year.

4 Year Course of Study

Content Freshman Sophomore  Junior Senior
English English 1

English Lang. 1 2 3

Pre-AP English 1

English 2

English Lang.  1 2 3

Pre-AP English 2

English 3

English Lang.  1 2 3

Intro. to Literature

AP Language & Comp

English 4

English Lang.  1 2 3

AP Literature & Comp

Composition 1 (KCKCC)

Composition 2 (KCKCC)

Math Algebra 1 or

Honors Algebra 1

Geometry or

Honors Geometry

Algebra 2 or

Honors Algebra 2

 

College Prep Algebra or

Financial Math or

College Algebra (KCKCC)

Pre-Calculus  (KCKCC)

Science Biology or

Pre-AP Biology

Physical Science Chemistry or

Environmental Science

Physics  or

Science Elective

Social Studies World History or

Pre-AP World History

American History American
Government (.5) orAP American Govt.

Economics (.5)

Elective
District
Required Classes
Speech (.5)

Consumer Ed (.5)

Business
Communications (.5)
Pathway Elective
Elective Physical Education Pathway Elective Pathway Elective Elective
Fine Arts Credit
World Language

 

Credit for Year Long Classes

If a student fails the first half of a core class with a 50% or less, but earns a C (70%) or better for the second half they will be awarded the full credit for the course.

If a student fails the first half of a core class with a 50% or higher, but earns a D (60%) or better for the second half they will be awarded the full credit for the course.

If a student fails the second half of a course, regardless of the 1st semester grade, they will have to make up the second half of that course.

How Credits are Earned

Classes with .5 Credit
Most of these classes meet every other day from August to December or January to May
August to December Important Dates
Progress 1: September 7
Quarter 1: October 12
Progress 2: November 9
Quarter 2: December 16 – Grade Final/Credit Earned is .5

January to May Important Dates
Progress 3: February 8
Quarter 3: March 10
Progress 4: April 12
Quarter 4: May 26 (Senior grades will be due sooner TBA) – Grade Final/Credit Earned is .5

Classes with 1 Credit that meet every other day for the entire year
August to May Important Dates
Progress 1: September 7
Quarter 1: October 12
Progress 2: November 9
Quarter 2/Semester 1: December 16 – First Semester Grade Final/Credit Earned is .5
Progress 3: February 8
Quarter 3: March 10
Progress 4:  April 12
Quarter 4/Semester 2: May 26(Senior grades will be due sooner TBA) – Second Semester Grade Final/Credit Earned is .5

Classes with 1 Credit that meet every day from August to December or January to May
August to December Important Dates
Quarter 1: September 7
Quarter 2/Semester 1: October 12 – First Semester Grade Final/Credit Earned is .5
Quarter 3: November 9
Quarter 4/Semester 2: December 16 – Grade Final/Credit Earned is .5

January to May Important Dates
Quarter 1: February 8
Quarter 2/Semester 1: March 10 – First Semester Grade Final/Credit Earned is .5
Quarter 3: April 12
Quarter 4/Semester 2: May 26 (Senior grades will be due sooner TBA) – Grade Final/Credit Earned is .5

College Classes Offered for Dual Credit (Varies by semester)

Intro to Literature
Composition 1
Composition 2
Public Speaking
College Algebra
Pre-Calculus
Calculus
American Government
Strategies for Excellence
Psychology
Sociology
Spanish

Tech Classes Offered for Dual Credit

Automotive Collision Repair
Automotive Technology
Building and Property Maintenance
Construction Technology
Culinary Arts (Professional Cooking)
Early Childhood Education
Electrical Technology
Heating and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Health Careers
Machine Technology
Major Appliance Repair
Mobile Application Development
Multimedia/Video Production
Office Assistant
Web Development
Welding Technology