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CLASSES

English
Requirements: Four years of English are required to graduate high school.
Freshman Classes during these years will be primarily focused on developing writing and critical reading skills.
Sophomore Classes during these years will be primarily focused on developing writing and critical reading skills.
Junior year: This year will focus on American literature, as well as continued development of writing skills.
Senior Year: Electives: Possible electives include British literature, creative writing, and world literature. Colleges will expect all high school graduates to have completed four years of English.

Math
Requirements: At least three years of math, including algebra and geometry, is required to graduate high school. The typical course order is:
Algebra 1
Geometry
Algebra 2/Trigonometry
Pre-Calculus
Calculus

Science
Requirements: Two to three years of science, including biology and chemistry, is required to graduate high school.
Freshman year: Biology
Sophomore year: Chemistry
Junior year: Physics or Earth Science
Senior year: Potential electives include astronomy, environmental science, and human biology.

Social Studies
Requirements: Three years of social studies, including US history, is often required to graduate high school.
Freshman year: Introductory course
Sophomore year: World history
Junior year: US History
Senior year: Possible electives include psychology, US government, and anthropology.

Foreign Language
Requirements: Foreign language requirements can vary greatly by school. Most high schools require students to complete one-two years of foreign language.

Electives
Most high schools require students to complete a certain number of credits in order to graduate. Core requirements (such as those listed above) usually do not fill all these credits, so extra space in your schedule can be used to take electives.
Electives can be regular, honors, or AP level.
They can relate to a core subject, such as statistics, creative writing, and zoology, or not, such as choir, band, orchestra, drama, mechanics, Science, Math, Yearbook, Photography, Programming, Computers, Drafting, drawing and woodworking.

Physical Education
Many high schools require students to complete two years of physical education. This may be waived if you participate in a school sport.

After School Classes/Clubs
Karate
Football
Baseball
Basketball
Gymnastics
Cheerleading
Archery
Fashion Club
Swimming
Tennis
Bowling
Water Polo
Polo
Golf
Diving
Music
Horsemanship
Rowing
and so on......