Luverne High School. Course Registration Guide 2010-11. Graduation Requirements. 21.5 credits total 4 credits in English 3.5 credits in Social Studies 3 credits in Math 3 credits in Science 2 in Health and Physical Education 1 in Fine Arts Meet MN Academic Standards.
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Course Registration Guide
*Requires an IEP
* Requires an IEP
*Requires an IEP
Social studies classes for juniors and seniors must include government, economics, and geography.Juniors and Seniors
English classes for juniors and seniors must include two classes of literature and one class each of writing and speech.
Students interested in taking classes at a college for all or part of the 2010-11 school year are required to have a conference with a parent and the administration by May 14, 2010.
6. AG Business Management*
9. AG Sales and Marketing*
*These courses are offered via ITV and open to student in grades 10-12 who have had Intro to AG.
FAMILY AND CONSUMER SCIENCE
Elective classes for grades 9-12:
HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Open to juniors and seniors who want to experience a variety of physical activities.
$30 Activity fee required.
Two courses will be offered in woodworking:
143. Advanced Woods
The following drafting class is also offered:
141. Beginning Drafting
All students must take
three years of math.
Seniors can also take:
And students with an IEP can take:
A college preparatory science class for seniors.
Required course open to juniors and seniors.
A required social studies course. government, economics, and geography.
Open to juniors and seniors.225. Global Economics
This class combines the skills taught in “Top Twenty Teens” with test prep activities in reading and math to prepare students for MCA and ACT tests. It is required for all sophomores.