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CcOoHhOoRrTtSs Into 9th 2011-2012 - CURRENT 9th graders Into 9th 2010-2011 - CURRENT 10th graders Into 9th 2009-2010 - CURRENT 11th graders Into 9th 2008-2009 - CURRENT 12th graders Into 9th 2007-2008 - CURRENT 5th year seniors


GgRrAaDdEe CcLlAaSsSsIi覺FfIi覺CcAaTtIi覺OoNn Grade

Number of Credits

10th

Minimum of 5 credits

11th

Minimum of 11 credits or FCAT Reading Pass

12th

Minimum of 17 credits


If  you HQWHUHGJUDGHLQ« Grade Point Average (GPA) Community Service 24 Credits of Required Courses Language  Arts Mathematics1

Science Social  Studies

2007-­2008,  2008-­2009,  2009-­2010   2010-­2011  (Current  10th Graders) (Current Seniors  and  Juniors)

2011-­2012  (Current 9th Graders)

2.0  

2.0  

2.0  

20  hours

20  hours

20  hours 1  class  must  be  taken  online

English  I,  II,  III,  and  IV 4  credits  (must  include  Algebra  I) 3  credits  (physical  science,   biology,  science  elective)

English  I,  II,  III,  and  IV 4  credits  (must  include  Algebra  I   and  Geometry)  

English  I,  II,  III,  and  IV 4  credits  (must  include  Algebra  I   and  Geometry)  

3  credits  (physical  science,   biology,  science  elective)

3  credits  (physical  science,   biology,  science  elective)

3  credits  (US  history,  world  history,   3  credits  (US  history,  world  history,   3  credits  (US  history,  world  history,   ½  economics,  ½  US  government) ½  economics,  ½  US  government) ½  economics,  ½  US  government)

Fine  Art

1  credit  in  fine  or  performing  art

1  credit  in  fine  or  performing  art

1  credit  in  fine  or  performing  art

Physical  Education

1  credit  (½    PE  and  ½  personal   fitness  or 1  credit  of  HOPE)

1  credit  (½    PE  and  ½  personal   fitness  or 1  credit  of  HOPE)

1  credit  (½    PE  and  ½  personal   fitness  or 1  credit  of  HOPE)

8  credits

8  credits

8  credits

Electives3

Exams

Grade  10  FCAT  Reading:   Grade10  FCAT  Math:   or ACT/SAT  concordant  score4

Grade  10  FCAT  2.0  Reading:  

Grade  10  FCAT  2.0  Reading:   Algebra  I  EOC:  


SsTtAaTtEe EeXxIiıTt AaSsSsEeSsSsMmEeNnTtSs 2009  Cohort 2010  Cohort   2011  Cohort   2012  Cohort 2013 Cohort   12th   Graders 11th Graders 10th Graders 9th Graders 8th Graders FCAT  Reading   FCAT  2.0  Reading   FCAT  2.0  Reading   FCAT  2.0  Reading   FCAT  2.0  Reading   1926  (Scale  Score   1926  (Scale  Score   Achievement   Achievement   Achievement   300  or  higher) 300  or  higher) Level  3  or  higher Level  3  or  higher Level  3  or  higher FCAT  Mathematics   FCAT  Mathematics   1889  (Scale  Score   1889  (Scale  Score   300  or  higher) of  300  or  higher)

Algebra  I  EOC Level  3  or  higher

Algebra  I  EOC Level  3  or  higher

Biology  EOC Level   3  or  higher Geometry  EOC Level  3  or  higher


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SAT 420 ACT 18

VS. Math

SAT 340 ACT 15


GgRrAaDdEe FfOoRrGgIi覺VvEeNnEeSsSs SsTtUuDdEeNnTt PpRrOoGgRrEeSsSsIi覺OoNn PpLlAaNn Page H/64 in Student Progression Plan Students may repeat a course taken in grades 9-12 for forgiveness if a grade of F or D is earned in a course. High school courses taken in middle school may be forgiven if a grade of C, D or F is earned subsequently.

A course is forgiven only if a student receives a grade of C or higher on a subsequent attempt.


GgRrAaDdEe FfOoRrGgIi覺VvEeNnEeSsSs SsTtUuDdEeNnTt PpRrOoGgRrEeSsSsIi覺OoNn PpLlAaNn A required course may be forgiven by the same or a comparable course taken subsequently. A lower level of the same course is considered comparable because the benchmarks and/or course objectives are similar. A non-specific course requirement may be forgiven by another course within the same subject area. For example, physics may be forgiven by ecology.


GgRrAaDdEe FfOoRrGgIi覺VvEeNnEeSsSs SsTtUuDdEeNnTt PpRrOoGgRrEeSsSsIi覺OoNn PpLlAaNn Students earning a grade of D on the repeat effort earn credit for that course; however, the initial failing grade is not forgiven. Students may again choose to repeat the same course, and upon earning a grade of C or higher, all earlier grades will be forgiven. In all cases where courses are forgiven under the provisions above, the initial F or D grade(s) will remain as part of the academic history. Students should be advised that many universities calculate GPAs based on all courses attempted.


Graduation Requirements and Grade Forgiveness