Multidisciplinary Studies

Each student must complete the Foundation Graduation Program - 22 Credits (Some credits may also count toward the selected Endorsement) and then take four (4) additional credits in their selected Endorsement.

  • 4 English Credits - English Language Arts I, II, III; Advanced English
  • 3 Mathematics Credits - Algebra I, Geometry, Advanced Math
  • 3 Science Credits - Biology, 2 additional sciences
  • 3 Social Studies Credits - U.S. History, Government/Economics, World History or Geography
  • 2 Foreign Language Credits
  • 1 Fine Arts Credit
  • 1 Physical Education Credit
  • 5 Electives
9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade

Four Advanced Placement Courses

Four Credits in each of the foundation core areas:  Math (including Algebra II), Science, English, and Social Studies

Allows a student to select courses from the curriculum of each endorsement area and earn credits from multiple content areas sufficient to complete the distinguished level of achievement.

The following are miscellaneous courses that are available to students.

  • Student Council Leadership
  • Cheerleading**
  • Drill Team/Dance**
  • Boys Basketball Prep

 

Four Advanced Placement Courses

Four Credits in each of the foundation core areas:  Math (including Algebra II), Science, English, and Social Studies

Allows a student to select courses from the curriculum of each endorsement area and earn credits from multiple content areas sufficient to complete the distinguished level of achievement.

The following are miscellaneous courses that are available to students.

  • Student Council Leadership
  • Cheerleading**
  • Twirling**
  • Drill Team/Dance**
  • Boys Basketball Prep
  • Weight Training
  • Drill Team Prep
  • Aerobics

Four Advanced Placement Courses

Four Credits in each of the foundation core areas:  Math (including Algebra II), Science, English, and Social Studies

Allows a student to select courses from the curriculum of each endorsement area and earn credits from multiple content areas sufficient to complete the distinguished level of achievement.

The following are miscellaneous courses that are available to students.

  • Student Council Leadership
  • Office Aide
  • Library Aide
  • Counselor’s Aide
  • Peacemakers I
  • Supportive Peer I
  • Peer Assistance & Leadership I
  • SAT/ACT Prep*
  • Cheerleading**
  • Twirling**
  • Drill Team/Dance**
  • Boys Basketball Prep
  • Weight Training
  • Drill Team Prep
  • Aerobics

Four Advanced Placement Courses

Four Credits in each of the foundation core areas:  Math (including Algebra II), Science, English, and Social Studies

Allows a student to select courses from the curriculum of each endorsement area and earn credits from multiple content areas sufficient to complete the distinguished level of achievement.

The following are miscellaneous courses that are available to students.

  • Student Council Leadership
  • Office Aide
  • Library Aide
  • Counselor’s Aide
  • Peacemakers II
  • Supportive Peer II
  • Peer Assistance & Leadership II
  • SAT/ACT Prep*
  • Cheerleading**
  • Twirling**
  • Drill Team/Dance**
  • Boys Basketball Prep
  • Weight Training
  • Drill Team Prep
  • Aerobics

*         Denote one semester courses

**    Courses require a tryout process