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Graduation Requirements

Graduation requirements are designed to give each student a well-balanced high school education.  Included in the requirements for graduation is the opportunity to choose several elective courses.  These, if carefully chosen, will help the student explore and develop his or her career interests and abilities.  When planning a course of study, please consider the college or vocational school entrance requirements and/or future educational plans. Keep a careful record of the courses needed to meet high school graduation and post-high school educational requirements, career goals, and if applicable, NCAA eligibility requirements. To keep records accurate, verify credits with your counselor on a regular basis.

Transfer students must complete all graduation requirements to earn an EPHS diploma. Students who transfer to EPHS after their junior year will be evaluated to determine whether they qualify for senior status. Information used to determine senior status is gained from the previous school, the number of credits required to earn a diploma at the previous school, whether a student was homeschooled, and/or correspondence credits earned.

Graduation Requirements

         

GR 8

MS Math 3 Algebra Geometry Algebra 2
 

GR 9

Algebra 1 or 
Applied Algebra 1

Algebra 1 +
Geometry3
Geometry Algebra 2 Statistics Pre-Calculus
 

GR 10

Geometry Algebra 2 Applied Algebra 2 Pre-Calculus SL Math 1 Pre-HL Math Calculus 1
 

GR 11

Algebra 2 or
Applied Algebra 2
Choice Math4
e.g. Pre-Calculus
SL Math 1 Choice Math4
e.g. Adv. Alg. Trig.
Calculus 1 SL Math 2 HL Math 1 Choice Math4
 

GR 12

Choice Math4 Choice Math4
e.g. Calculus 1
SL Math 2 Choice Math4 Choice Math4 Choice Math4 HL Math 2 Choice Math4
 
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College and Career Readiness: These pathways offer a range of choice for students' post-high school education and career pathways.  Algebra 2 is a common 4-year college entrance requirement though college entrance requirements vary.  Depending on a student's college and career interests, students may continue a progression of math courses similar to that listed above in post-high school studies.

Notes: 

  1. 1 → age/grade enrollment restrictions apply
  2. 2 → college credit opportunity
  3. 3 → see your grade level counselor about options for accessing the IB Diploma program via double math in grade 9
  4. 4 → see your grade level counselor for math course options:
    e.g. Personal Finance, Applied Algebra 2, Adv Algebra & Trig, Statistics, Calculus 1 & 2, etc.