10th Grade Class Request
This is the course request form for students to select the classes they will need to take this year. Throughout the year, most students will be enrolled in 12 classes worth .5 credits each, for a total of 6.0 credits. If they complete these 12 classes, they can enroll in more classes and advance through their graduation credits more quickly. PLEASE SELECT ONLY 8 CLASSES AT THIS TIME! If you select more than 8, you will be randomly enrolled in 8 classes and the extra will be placed in your requests.

Each student will be enrolled into English 10 and Math II. Students are then able to choose which additional classes they would like to take this year. They can select any classes they like, but remember they must compete all of the required courses for graduation at some point in their high school career. Classes are divided into sections with the number of credits required for graduation listed next to the section titles.
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Math 3.0 Credits Required for Graduation
All 10th grade students will be automatically enrolled in Math II. Advanced Math students who wish to take Math III must contact Mrs. Lopez directly. Students can also choose to take Math for Personal Finance, which can count toward their 3rd year math credits. Please select below any additional math classes you wish to take.
Math Classes
Language Art Choices 4.0 Credits Required for Graduation
10th grade students will be enrolled in English 10. The classes below are additional and can be taken as electives or used to fulfill the 4th year Language Arts Requirement. Each of these courses counts as .5 credits. Creative Writing, Dystopian Literature, Gothic Literature, The World in Short Stories and SciFi/Fantasy Literature fulfill 12th grade Language Arts requirements. World Mythology fulfills a general elective requirement. Select below any Language Arts classes you would like to take.
Language Arts Classes
Science 3.0 Credits Required for Graduation
Students must complete 2 foundation science courses. Foundation Science courses are Earth Systems, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. College bound students should take three; Biology, Physics and Chemistry. You must pass Math II before you can take Chemistry or Physics. If you have passed Math II and would like to take Chemistry or Physics, please contact Mrs. Lopez directly.

10th grade students can chooses between Earth Systems A&B or Biology A&B to count toward their foundation science credit. You do not have to take science in 10th grade, but it is strongly recommended. If you would like to take more science elective classes, they can count toward your 3rd year science credits or go toward your general electives. Please select below any Science classes you wish to take.
Science Classes
Social Studies 3.0 Credits Required for Graduation
All students are required to take Geography A, World Civilizations, U.S. Government, U.S. History and Philosophy for a total of 3.0 credits. Philosophy can only be taken in 11th or 12th grade. 10th grade students are encouraged to take World Civilization and U.S. Government. If you would like to take more Social Studies courses they will fulfill elective credits.
Social Studies Classes
CTE 1.0 Credits Required for Graduation
Students will need to take 2 of these classes for a total of 1.0 credit. You may take more as general electives if you wish.
CTE Classes
Fine Arts 1.5 Credits Required for Graduation
All students need to complete 1.5 credits for Graduation. Any extra taken will count toward the general elective requirement.
Select any Fine Arts Classes you would like to take.
P.E. Heath Classes 2.0 Credits Required for Graduation
Participation Skills, Fitness for Life, Individual Lifetime Activities and Health are required for graduation. PE credits can come from team sports at a traditional high school or high school dance classes. 10th grade students are encouraged to take Fitness for Life and Health. 10th grade students are also encouraged to take Participation Skills if they have not already taken it. You may only take one PE class at a time.
P.E./Health Classes
Foreign Language 1.0 Credits Required for Graduation
German, French and Spanish are available for students. AeA requires 1.0 credits of a single foreign language. It is recommended that 10th grade students either begin or continue studying a foreign language. Below please select any foreign language classes you would like to take.
Foreign Language Classes
Digital Studies 0.5 Credits Required
All student must take one Digital Studies class. If you have not already completed a Digital Studies class, please select one to take this year.
Digital Studies
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