Honors-College Preparatory Diploma

The Honors-College Preparatory Diploma is designed for those students possessing outstanding academic skills in most areas. The student who earns this diploma will be ready to attend top-ranking colleges and universities. The pursuit of the Honors-College Preparatory Diploma indicates an ambitious desire for a high level of educational attainment.

  • Requires 28 credits, 8 of which must be Honors, Dual Enrollment, Advanced Placement or higher
  • Requires a 3.5 GPA
  • Requires a minimum score of: SAT (1290) or ACT (29)
Math:
Algebra 1 1.0 credit
Geometry 1.0 credit
Algebra 2 1.0 credit
Trig. (or other higher math) 1.0 credit
4.0 credits
English:
English 1 1.0 credit
English 2 1.0 credit
English 3 1.0 credit
English 4 1.0 credit
  4.0 credits
Social Studies:
World Geography 1.0 credit
World History 1.0 credit
American History 1.0 credit
U.S. Civics & Economics 1.0 credit
4.0 credits
Science:
Biology 1.0 credit
Physical Science 1.0 credit
Chemistry 1.0 credit
Physics 1.0 credit
4.0 credits
Foreign Language 2.0 credits
Other:
Physical Education 1.0 credit
Health & Life Management 0.5 credit
Performing or Fine Arts 1.0 credit
Bible 2.0 credits
Electives 5.5 credits
10.0 credits

College Preparatory Diploma

The College-Preparatory Diploma is designed for the student who has a background of above average achievement. The College-Preparatory Diploma is recommended for the student who desires a college education in preparation for a professional career. It is accepted at most colleges and universities.

  • Requires 26 credits, 6 of which must be Honors, Dual Enrollment, Advanced Placement or Higher.
  • Requires a 3.0 GPA
  • Requires a minimum composite score of 1170 on SAT or 26 on ACT
Math:
Algebra 1  1.0 credit
Geometry  1.0 credit
Algebra 2  1.0 credit
Choice of Math course 1.0 credit
4.0 credits
English:
English 1 1.0 credit
English 2 1.0 credit
English 3 1.0 credit
English 4 1.0 credit
4.0 credits
Social Studies:
World History 1.0 credit
American History 1.0 credit
U.S. Civics & Economics 1.0 credit
3.0 credits
Science:
Physical Science 1.0 credit
Biology 1.0 credit
Chemistry 1.0 credit
3.0 credits
Others:
Physical Education 1.0 credit
Health & Life Management 0.5 credit
Performing or Fine Arts 1.0 credit
Bible 2.0 credits
Other 5.5 credits
10.0 credits

The Standard Diploma

The Standard Diploma is designed for the student who has a background of average achievement as well as the one who needs more emphasis on the basic skills. The Standard Diploma is recommended for the average student who has not yet settled on a specific career path or college. It is accepted at most colleges and universities.

  • Requires 24 credits to earn this diploma
  • Requires 2.0 GPA
  • Take the SAT or ACT or submit Letter of Exception
Math:
Algebra 1  1.0 credit
Geometry  1.0 credit
Algebra 2  1.0 credit
Choice of Math course 1.0 credit
4.0 credits
English:
English 1 1.0 credit
English 2 1.0 credit
English 3 1.0 credit
English 4 1.0 credit
4.0 credits
Social Studies:
World History 1.0 credit
American History 1.0 credit
U.S. Civics & Economics 1.0 credit
3.0 credits
Science:
Biology 1.0 credit
Physical Science 1.0 credit
Science Choice 1.0 credit
3.0 credits
Others:
Physical Education 1.0 credit
Health & Life Management 0.5 credit
Performing or Fine Arts 1.0 credit
Bible 2.0 credits
Other 5.5 credits
10.0 credits

Vocational Diploma

The Vocational Diploma is designed for the student who seeks to pursue a career choice that requires preparation but not a college degree. These students usually show strong skills in creative endeavors, enjoy working with their hands, find accomplishment and gratification in working on a job from beginning to end. Students will engage in a Work Study Training Program and learn specific job skills, customer relations, business practices and more.

  • Requires 20 credits to earn this diploma
  • Requires work study training
Math:
4 years of progressively higher math until 3 HS credits earned 3.0 credits
English:
English 1 1.0 credit
English 2 1.0 credit
English 3 1.0 credit
3.0 credits
Social Studies:
World History 1.0 credit
AmericanHistory 1.0 credit
U.S. Civics & Economics 1.0 credit
3.0 credits
Science:
Biology 1.0 credit
Science Choice 1.0 credit
2.0 credits
Career / Vocational:
Work Study 6.0 credits
Computer Basics 1.0 credit
Career Elective 1.0 credit
Bible 1.0 credit
9.0 credits

Acknowledgement of Achievement

The Acknowledgement of Achievement is designed for the student who has a background or diagnosis of below average learning abilities. Students in this program will be educated through curriculum recommended by Special Education professionals or curriculum chosen by the ones who know them best, their parents.

Math: 3 courses
English: 3 courses
Social Studies: 3 courses
Science: 3 courses
Electives: 3 courses
Total Minimum Required 15 courses