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PSD Grad Requirement
9th Grade10th Grade11th Grade12th GradeCopyight: Nick Peterson
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Mathematics (30 cr.)Math Requirement10Math Requirement10Math Requirement 10Math Recommendation 10
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Language Arts (40 cr.)English 9/Pre AP10World Literature/Pre AP1011th Grade Lang. Arts Option1012th Grade Lang. Arts Option10
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Science (30 cr.)Biology 10Earth Systems Science10Physics/Science of Choice10
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Social Studies, US Hist., Gov. (25 cr.)10
World Geography/AP Human Geo
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World Language & Culture (10 cr.)
World Language Option Level 1 10
World Language Option Level 2
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World Language Option Level 3
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Fine & Applied Arts (10 cr.)
Engineering Exploration (5), Metals 1 (5)
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Economics (5 cr.)Economics Option5
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Personal Finance (5 cr.)Finance Option5
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Humanities (5 cr.)Humanities Option 5
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Wellness (12.5 cr.)PE 1 (5 cr.)52nd Wellness Option5
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Health Education (2.5 cr.)Health & Wellness5
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Electives (65 cr.)Design Foundations of Art5Intro to Computer Science5Robotics53D Modeling Drafting 210
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Engineering Drafting5Woods 25
Engineering & Design Capstone
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Woods 15Metals 25Architecture5
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TOTAL CREDITS
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240 Credits Needed for Graduation
9th Grade: 70 credit minimum
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10th Grade: 60 credit minimum
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11th Grade: 60 credit minimum
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12th Grade: 50 credit minimum
65275
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Other possible opportunities to explore, such as clubs, internships, or other extracurricular activities that may support this career cluster:Extracurricular: Robotics club, possible application to STEM academy for 10th grade Extracurricular:Extracurricular:Extracurricular:
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Key
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Green= Directly fulfills graduation requirement category indicated in rowYellow= Elective credit toward the Elective graduation requirement categoryRed= Credit totals
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Disclaimer: These multi-year plan examples are meant as tools to support individual student planning. Courses that appear on these plans may change. Counselors encourage students to be adaptable and thoughtful when making plans and to thouroughly utilize all availabe resources, including the course guide (www.frhscourseguide.org), Naviance, teachers, and counselor meetings.
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