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OAK HILL ACADEMY GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

2016-2017

STANDARD DIPLOMA – 23 UNITS

English                                               4 units
Foreign Language                            1 unit (2 recommended)
Math                                                   3 units
Science                                               3 units
Social Studies                                    5 units (4 Soc Studies + 1 Religion)
Fine Arts or Computer                    1 unit
Health/Physical Education             2 units
Electives                                            4 units

Students achieving a Standard Diploma with a 3.0 cumulative GPA or higher will receive the Board of Trustees Seal on their diplomas.

 

ADVANCED STUDIES DIPLOMA – 26 UNITS

English                                                  4 units
Foreign Language1                            3-4 units (3 units in one language or 2 units each in two different languages)
Math2                                                   4 units
Science                                                 3 units
Social Studies                                      5 units (4 Soc Studies + 1 Religion)
Fine Arts or Computer                       1 unit
Health/Physical Education                2 units
Electives                                               3-4 units

Students achieving an Advanced Studies Diploma with a 3.0 cumulative GPA or higher will receive the President’s Seal on their diplomas.

For eighth-graders, credit on the high school level can be attained in all subjects except English 8 and Pre-Algebra.

If a student is planning to graduate during the Summer Session, a decision must be made prior to October 1 of the previous academic year.  The parent must send a letter directly to the Principal regarding this request.

Every math student is required to have a graphing calculator.  A Texas Instruments 84 Plus (TI-84 Plus) model is recommended, and may be purchased at home or at the Oak Hill Academy Campus Store.  We do not allow TI-89 models or higher.

1Course titles including the term “Introduction” or “Novice” may not meet this foreign language requirement.

2Courses completed to satisfy this requirement shall include:  Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and another mathematics course above the level of Algebra 2.