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State Board: Recommended Graduation Plan. December 12, 2006. Highlights. On Friday, Nov 17 th the State Board approved a recommended graduation plan that increases the number of math and science credits. Current high school students are ‘grandfathered’.

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State Board: Recommended Graduation Plan

December 12, 2006


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Highlights

  • On Friday, Nov 17th the State Board approved a recommended graduation plan that increases the number of math and science credits.

  • Current high school students are ‘grandfathered’.

  • Students entering high school next fall will follow the revised plan.


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Highlights

  • Currently, four credits in English language arts and social studies are required.

  • The revised plan also requires four credits in math and four in science.

  • The total number of credits for the Recommended Graduation Plan is raised from 24 to 26.


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Highlights

  • Given that a student can earn a maximum 7 credits per school year, over 4 years he/she can earn up to 28 total credits.

  • The revised Recommended Plan prescribes 26 of the 28 credits.


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Science

  • IPC may be taken as a credit before the senior year of high school

  • Students must take 3 science credits with one from each category:

    • Biology, AP biology

    • Chemistry, AP chemistry

    • Physics, Principles Of Tech, AP physics


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Science

  • For students going into 9th grade in 2012-13, IPC no longer will count toward the Recommended and Distinguished programs.

  • In 2012-13, IPC will continue to count toward the Minimum plan.


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Mathematics

  • Three math credits must be earned in Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II.

  • If selected, Math Models (MMA) may count as a credit, but it must be taken prior to Algebra II.

  • Courses available as fourth credit are:

    • Precalculus, AP calculus AB, AP calculus BC, Algebra III Ind. Study, & AP Stat’s


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