Course Planning

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SCHEDULING DEADLINE

The entire hiring process and the procedure of building the master schedule for the school is based on the classes students request when scheduling.Therefore, students and parents should give careful thought to their initial course selections. Student needs and course enrollments are taken into consideration for changes in courses or schedules requested after the designated deadlines.

COURSE PLANNING
The AASD Individualized Learning Plan is available through the guidance office to allow students to record their completed credits and grades as they progress through their high school years to meet graduation requirements. This learning plan can be used in conjunction with the Four Year Course Planning Worksheets assist students in determining the most appropriate arrangement of their courses throughout their four years in high school to meet graduation requirements and their future career and educational goals.

FULL-TIME STUDENT REQUIREMENTS
Minimum Requirements

Freshmen
Six academic credits to include: one credit of English Language Arts, one credit of Civics, one credit of Life Science, one credit of Mathematics, one-half credit of Health, one-half credit of Physical Education 9 and one additional credit.

Sophomores
Six academic credits to include: one credit of Physical Science, one credit of a World Studies course, one credit of English Language Arts, one credit of Mathematics, one-half credit of Physical Education (unless taken in Junior and Senior year) and one and one-half additional credits.

Juniors
Six academic credits to include: one credit of U.S. History, one credit of English Language Arts, one credit of Mathematics, one credit of Science course elective, one-half credit of Physical Education (unless taken in sophomore and senior year), one-half credit Personal Financial Management(taken during the Junior or Senior year) and one additional credit.

Seniors
Five academic credits include: one credit of English Language Arts, one-half credit of Physical Education (unless taken in Sophomore and Junior year), one-half credit Personal Financial Management (if not taken during the Junior year), and four additional credits.