Standard Curriculum
(24 Credits Required)

(3) Business
(1) Computer
(4) English
(4) Mathematics
(1) Physical Education (1/2 Health)
(3) Science
(3) Social Studies (1/2 Gov/Civics; 1/2 Econ)
(2) Foreign Language
(1) Art
(2) Electives*


A math course must be taken in Senior year.
Foreign language requirement may be met in grades K-12 with documentation

 

Vocational Curriculum (24 Credits)
(2) Business
​(1) Computer
(4) English
(3) Mathematics
(1) Physical Education (1/2 Health)
(3) Science
(3) Social Studies (1/2 Gov/Civics; 1/2 Econ)
​(2) Foreign Language
(1) Art
(4) Vocational Education


Note: If a student drops out of vocational education at any time, they will be responsible for completing the standard graduation requirements.

STATE ENDORSED DIPLOMA

Students will have the opportunity to earn a state endorsement on their diploma.  Public Act 118, which establishes the state endorsed diploma, was passed by the Michigan State Legislators and signed by the Governor.  The purpose of the state endorsed diploma is to assure that all students have attained specific outcomes in reading, mathematics, science, and writing at acceptable levels.  In order to achieve the state endorsed diploma, students must achieve a level 1, 2, or 3 on each of the four MEAP tested areas.  During the fall and spring, students will have the opportunity to retake any section needed to be endorsed.  All seniors will require 40 hours of community service.

CLASS PLACEMENT

A students placement will be as follows:

  • Freshman.....0-5.5 credits

  • Sophmore.....6-11.5 credits

  • Junior.....12-16.5 credits

  • Senior.....17 or more credits

COMMUNITY SERVICE

Michigan requires all high school students to participate in at least 40 hours of community service. In just about every case, students will be able to obtain the required 40 hours in school projects and field trips. There are trips planned to the Capuchin Soup Kitchen, Gleaners and other agencies. Outside of school, community service can be awarded for church activity, baby sitting and other activities. If students have questions about whether an activity is acceptable, they should talk to the school counselor.