Sample Four Year Plans & Sample Student Schedule

 

Sample Four – Year Graduation Plans

The sample graduation plans below can help you plan for your high school experience and beyond.  Since admissions requirements vary from institution to institution, be sure to check the specific institution for any specific or additional requirements

1.  Career/Military/Technical School Sample Plan:
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completing a program of study/career pathway is highly recommended within area of vocational interest

9th

10th

11th

12th

English

English II

English III

English IV

Algebra I

Geometry

Algebra II orAlgebraic Functions I

Math – Several options available

Lab Biology

Science or Agriculture Science

Science or Agriculture Science

 

 

World Studies

American History

Government/Economics

PE

 

 

 

2 credits of CTE/Fine Art/ and or elective

2.0 credits of CTE/Fine Art and or Elective

2 credits of CTE/Fine Art and or elective

1 credit of CTE/Fine Art or elective minimally required.

 

 

















2.  Community College transfer to university or college/university bound -  
*One credit of a fine art or Career Technical Education (CTE) Course is required for admission to an Arizona university.  In the core content areas, students must receive a grade of C or higher.  Also, the two years of modern language may be taken any two of the four years.    

9th

10th

11th

12th

English

English II

English III

English IV or dual credit English

Algebra I

Geometry

Algebra II or Algebraic Functions II

Math – Several options available

Lab Biology

Science or Agriculture Science

Science or Agriculture Science

 

 

World Studies

American History

Government/Economics

PE

 

 

 

1 credits of CTE/Fine Art/ and or elective

1.0 credits of CTE/Fine Art or Elective

2 credits of CTE/Fine Art and or elective

1 credit of CTE/Fine Art or elective minimally required.

modern language

modern language (same language)

 

 

                                                                                                                                           

 










3.   Competitive College/University Sample Plan
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Many competitive institutions expect students to take a rigorous curriculum.  Therefore, students interested in attending a highly competitive college or university are strongly encouraged to take as many AP courses as possible to demonstrate academic rigor and readiness to their college(s) of choice.

9th

10th

11th

12th

Honors English I

Honors English II

AP English III

AP English IV

Honors Algebra I or Honors Geometry

Honors Geometry or

Honors Algebra II

Honors Algebra IIor

Honors Pre-Calculus

Honors Pre-CalculusorAP Calculus or AP Statistics

Honors Lab Biology

Honors Science (typically Chemistry)

Honors or AP Science – several options available

Honors or AP Science (highly recommended)

 

AP World Studies

AP American History

AP Government/Economics

PE

Computer .5 credit

 

 

1 credits of CTE/Fine Art/ and or elective

.5 credits of CTE/Fine Art or Elective

1 credits of CTE/Fine Art and or elective

2 additional courses recommended for continuation of rigorous curriculum/course work

Modern Language

Modern Language (same language)

3 years of a Modern Language is highly recommended at many competitive schools

 

 






 


















Sample Schedules 
all grade levels

A Typical Freshman Schedule

English (honors available )

Math Algebra I (honors available)

Science (lab Bio –honors available/Earth Science)

PE – Several options are available

Elective (Fine Art, CTE, modern languageetc.)

Elective

Lunch

 

A Typical Sophomore Schedule

English (honors available )

Math - Geometry (honors available)

Science – several options available including Ag science classes

 (Chemistry –honors available)

World Studies (Available as Advanced Placement – AP)

Elective

Lunch

 

A Typical Junior Schedule

EnglishIII (English, Advanced Placement English III, Block English and History )

Math (honors available in Algebra II and Precalculus)

Science – several options available including Ag science classes

American History (Available as Advanced Placement – AP)

Elective

Elective

 

A Typical Senior Schedule

English IV (English, Advanced Placement English III, Dual Credit 101/102 )

Math – several options available

Government (one semester)

Economics (one semester)

Elective

Elective

                        *All seniors must be enrolled in 5 credit earning classes

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