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Class of 2011 Course Selection. Graduation Requirements. Graduation Requirements. Demonstrate mastery of academic standards = proficiency on PSSA tests Culminating senior project summary 30 hours of community service. Graduation Planning. Failed Course Policy.

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Class of 2011 course selection
Class of 2011Course Selection

Graduation requirements1
Graduation Requirements

  • Demonstrate mastery of academic standards = proficiency on PSSA tests

  • Culminating senior project summary

  • 30 hours of community service

Failed course policy
Failed Course Policy

  • Can carry two ‘F’s on transcript

  • No more than four credits can be made up outside of L-S

  • Options are:summer school correspondence courses rescheduling


Note: We are unable to honor requests for specific teachers at the high school.

Martin Meylin students will be scheduled for eight credits in ninth grade. Four will be taught first semester, and four will be taught second semester. Martin Meylin Teams will recommend course levels for Language Arts, Social Studies, Mathematics and Science, totaling 4 (four) credits.

All students will be scheduled for Health/Physical Education and Public Speaking, together totaling 1 (one) credit.

Students should read the Course Selection Guide carefully for information about all of the elective courses available to them before selecting their remaining classes.


  • On the “Course Selection for Ninth Grade” sheet, students must choose 6 electives courses by placing an “E-1, E-2, E-3, E-4, E-5, E-6” to designate priority before the alternate choices.

  • If there is a disagreement with the Martin Meylin team’s academic course level assignment, parents/guardians should attach a note to the course selection sheet stating why they believe a different course should be scheduled. A high school counselor may be in touch to discuss options.

  • Return the Course Selection Sheet to Homeroom by February 14th.


    • MUST BE MADE BY June 30th 2007

Course selection procedures
Course Selection Procedures

Counselors will choose classes for you if you do not turn

in your sheet!