Graduation Requirements

High School Diploma Subject And Course Requirements

Credits Required for Graduation: 42*

The following courses are required to earn a high school diploma. All courses at the Audeo Charter School are aligned to California Common Core Standards.

English Languages Arts: 8 semester credits

  • Grade 9 English
    2 credits
  • Grade 10 English
    2 credits
  • Grade 11 and 12 English
    4 credits – 2 credits in a course that emphasizes American Literature and 2 credits from a prescribed list of courses

Mathematics: 6 semester credits

  • Algebra or Integrated Math 1
    2 credits
  • Geometry or Integrated Math 2
    2 credits
  • Intermediate Algebra or Integrated Math 3 or higher level math (Pre-calculus, Honors Pre-calculus, Statistics, AP Calculus AB)
    2 credits

Science: 4 semester credits

  • Physical Science: Earth and Space or Physics or Chemistry
    2 credits
  • Life Science: Biology
    2 credits   

Social Studies: 6 semester credits

  • World History, Geography & Economics
    2 credits
  • US History
    2 credits
  • Government
    1 credit
  • Economics
    1 credit

World Languages and Visual & Performing Arts: 2 semester credits

  • Option 1 2 semesters of World Language (both semesters must be same language)
  • Option 2 2 semesters of Visual and Performing Arts

Physical Education: 4 semester credits

Electives: 9 semester credits

Career and Technical Education, Service Learning and Work Experience Education: 2 semester credits

  • Option 1 2 credits of Career and Technical Education (CTE)
  • Option 2 2 semesters of Service Learning
  • Option 3 2 semesters of Work Experience

Pathways Exhibition
All seniors at Audeo Students must complete a Pathways Exhibition Portfolio and Presentation.

Senior Orientation
Students graduating from Audeo Charter School must attend a senior orientation with a parent/guardian in order to participate in the graduation ceremony.

*42 units are required to be completed. May be earned by completing additional courses in the above areas or through elective courses completed in other areas such as physical education.

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