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Orientation & Registration 11 th Grade. Graduation Requirements English-40 credits Social Science-40credits Mathematics-20 credits Science-30 credits Fine Arts/Foreign Language-10 credits Physical Education-20 credits Electives-60 credits Total credits for graduation- 220

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Graduation college entrance requirements

Graduation Requirements

English-40 credits

Social Science-40credits

Mathematics-20 credits

Science-30 credits

Fine Arts/Foreign Language-10 credits

Physical Education-20 credits

Electives-60 credits

Total credits for graduation-220

Pass the California High

School Exit Exam

A-G Requirements

A. History/Social Science-2 Years

B. English-4 years

C. Mathematics-3 years

D. Laboratory Science-2 years

E. Foreign Language-2 years

F. Visual and Performing Arts-1 year

G. College Preparatory Electives- 1 year

*Must complete all A-G classes with a “C” or better.

Graduation & College Entrance Requirements

Why should i take a g classes
Why should I take A-G classes?

  • These requirements plus taking the SAT or ACT will make you eligible to start at a 4 year university straight out of high school.

  • If you plan to attend a 2 year college you will be better prepared for the course work, the placement exams, and you will qualify for more scholarships!!

Why should i go to college
Why should I go to College?

  • A college education can provide you with many opportunities for a better life.

  • In your working life, more and more jobs will require education beyond high school.

Sat act exams

  • If you plan on attending a UC/CSU, you must take the SATorACT

  • ACT- A three and a half-hour college admissions examination that consists of tests in English, mathematics, reading, and science reasoning.

  • SAT- A three and a half-hour college admission test of critical reading, mathematical reasoning abilities, and writing skills.

  • Should take tests in Spring of your Junior year

  • Registration is online. Links can be found on the BCHS website or below:

    • ACT – www.actstudent.org

    • SAT – www.collegeboard.org


  • The exam has two sections: English & Math

  • Once students pass one section, they do not need to take that section again.

  • Students must score 350 or higher to pass the section but the goal is to get a 380 which is a proficient score.

  • Test Date Reminder: March13th & 14th

    • Tutorial Available on Wednesday mornings

    • CAHSEE boot camp March 3rd and 10th

    • Library computer tutorial

Special recognition at graduation
Special Recognition at Graduation

  • White Robe-must be a Life member of CSF (California Scholarship Federation) 4 of 6 semesters. May also earn wearing a gold stole for 100% membership (6 of 6 semesters).Must qualify for one term during senior year. See Mr. Callihan in F14 for more information.

  • Gold Cord-must maintain a 3.5 GPA throughout high school.

  • Red Cord-need to complete 250 hours of community service. See Mrs. Tanzillo for ideas for sites or projects.

Class requirement reminders
Class requirement reminders:

  • Work Experience- must be 16 yrs old and have a job. Will attend a weekly class. Must maintain a 2.0 GPA. Can only take 1 period during Junior year and 2 periods during Senior year. See Mr. Fitzgerald.

  • College classes- enroll at MCC (see Counselor for K-12 form). Must maintain a 2.0 GPA at BCHS. Bring in college class schedule prior to adding the “MCC” class to your BCHS schedule.

  • Class/Office Assistant, PAL or AVID tutor- complete the class assistant form and turn in w/ your registration. Must have passed both sections of the CAHSEE. 20 credits max. 10 credits per year.

  • ROP (Regional Occupational Program).- On campus and off campus classes. Do not need to have job. Some on the job training provided without pay. Many classes take 2 class periods.

Ways to make up classes
Ways to Make Up Classes

  • Online classes – After school Monday-Thursday from 3:00-4:00. See your counselor to sign up.

  • Summer School – Usually offers most graduation requirement classes. Listen to announcements for more information.

  • On Campus- Add to your schedule for next year if there is room in your schedule and space in the class.

  • Alternative Education – usually only used when you can no longer graduate from BCHS.

Registration day
Registration Day

  • Please fill out your registration form including 2 alternate classes and bring on your registration day

  • Registration days are as follows:

    • Callihan and Holl – February 7th

    • Freitas – February 8th

    • Schumacher, Duran and Webb – February 9th

    • Saxton – February 15th