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CCTA Graduation Plans/Grade Placement Criteria 

Foundation Plan w/ Multidiscipline Endorsement-26 Credits

Students who enter the 9th grade on or after 2014-2015 will graduate under the Foundation Plan with Endorsement  

English                                                                                   4 Credits

Math                                                                                      4 Credits

Science                                                                                  4 Credits

Social Studies                                                                       3 Credits

Foreign Language                                                                2 Credits

Physical Eduaction                                                             1 Credit

Fine Arts                                                                                1 Credit

Technology (BIM)                                                            1 Credit
Health                                                                                 .5 Credit
4th year Social Studies                                                     1 Credit


Recommended High School Program- 26 Credits
Students who enter the 9th grade on or after 2007-2008 must earn at least 26 credits to complete the requirements of the Recommended Plan. When students complete these requirements, they will most likely have met the core curriculum requirements to enter a major four year college or university. Students on the Recommended High School Program must take the following courses:
English-English I, English II, English III, English IV                                                   4.0
Mathematics-Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II and Pre-Calculus                                            4.0
Science-Biology, Chemistry and Physics plus an additional lab-based course                         4.0
Social Studies
           World Geography Studies                                                                                 1.0 
           World History Studies                                                                                       1.0
           United States History Studies                                                                            1.0      
           United States Government                                                                                0.5
           Economics                                                                                                        0.5
Physical Education
           Personal Fitness                                                                                                            1.0
Health                                                                                                                         0.5
          Communication Applications                                                                            0.5
Technology Applications
          BIM                                                                                                                   1.0
Fine Arts

         ART 1                                                                                                                 1.0
Foreign Language
         Spanish 1 & 2                                                                                                     2.0
Elective Courses
Credits may be selected from the list of courses approved                                          4.0
by the State Board of Education.

In addition to credit requirements, students must also pass the state mandated exit level exams.  See your counselor for details.

Grade Placement Criteria

Grade 9          0-6 credits                               Grade 10        6.5-12 credits

Grade 11        12.5-18 credits                        Grade 12        18.5-26 credits