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Counseling Department

Ms. Jung, Counselor
Ms. Jung, Counselor
Contact Geeson Jung  Geeson Jung Counselor

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Credits

Graduating High School:

The requirements are listed based on your year.  These are the LAUSD requirements.

Passing Grade Levels:

Students will need to earn the credits listed below in order to promote to the  indicated grade level: 
• 10th grade 50 credits 
• 11th grade 105 credits 
• 12th grade 160 credits 
• Eligible for a high school diploma 210 credits

 

Passing Grade Levels (Class of 2017):

Students in this graduating class must earn a "C" or higher in Social Studies, English, Math, Science, World Languages, Visual & Performing Arts, and the College Prep Elective to receive credit. Students will need to earn the credits listed below in order to promote to the  indicated grade level: 
• 10th grade 50 credits 
• 11th grade 105 credits 
• 12th grade 160 credits 
• Eligible for a high school diploma 210 credits 

 

College (A-G Requirements):

A college degree is still considered the best investment to help yourself. This fact has consistently been true. For this reason, you should not want only LAUSD requirements, you should meet "A-G Requirements". Graduation requirements are not the same as college requirements. Usually, you can graduate from high school but be a few courses short of meeting the A-G requirements. Graduation requirements might include courses that colleges don't care about like PE or Health. One of the biggest things to remember is that, while many high schools consider a D to be a passing grade for graduation, UC's and CSU's don't!  A-G courses must be passed with a C or better for a UC or CSU to count it.


 

Ms. Magana, Counselor
Ms. Magana, Counselor
Contact Araseli Magana  Araseli Magana Counselor
Ms. Saucedo, Counselor
Ms. Saucedo, Counselor
Contact Evelyn Saucedo  Evelyn Saucedo Counselor