9th, 10th, 11th Grades
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NAVIANCE 4-YEAR PLAN (New Counseling Platform "California College Guidance Initiative" coming soon)
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CREDITS / GRADES
Students must earn a minimum of 220 Credits in required courses to meet the Graduation Requirements.
Students will be enrolled in 6 classes, and every class passed successfully will earn 5 credits.
Students must earn a "C" or better grade to move on to the next level of classes.
Review the Graduation and "A-G" Requirements and the Course Sequence Matrix by Grade level.
Students with deficient credits, please contact your assigned Counselor immediately to create an academic plan.
Freshman Year (9th)
Freshmen will earn 60 credits by the end of the year.
Sophomore Year (10th)
Sophomores will earn 120 Credits by the end of the year.
Junior Year (11th)
Juniors will earn 180 Credits by the end of the year.
COLLEGES / CAREERS
Students must meet the "A-G" Requirements with a "C" or better grade to be eligible for a 4-year University, and take the SAT or ACT College Entrance Exam if required. The University of California (UC) and Private Universities require a minimum 3.0 GPA. Students earning "D" grades will need to retake the class for a better grade.
Attend Grade Level Presentations and Workshops.
Attend College / Career Fairs.
Explore Careers and Colleges.
Take the PSAT in October to qualify for the National Merit Scholars Program during 11th grade year if available.
Take the SAT or ACT College Entrance Exam in the Spring of your 11th grade year. Students who are applying to Competitive Programs or Private Colleges will also want to take at least (2) SAT subject area exams to provide additional data if required.
Explore Silicon Valley Career Technical Education. What is SVCTE? Are you interested in attending SVCTE next school year? Students must be in the 11th or 12th grade year to be eligible. Take a moment to review the SVCTE Brochure for courses available to you. Please contact your School Counselor to check if you are eligible to apply.