Los Lunas Schools Graduation Requirements

 

Students are encouraged to make the most of their time in high school.  To fulfill their post-secondary goals, courses from this Program of Study can provide them with a solid foundation of knowledge and skills to succeed after high school.  The graduation requirements listed below meet the minimum requirements prescribed by the Public Education Department.  Successful completion of the following course work is expected of all graduating students from Los Lunas Schools.

Class of 2015

Class of 2016

Class of 2017

Class of 2018

4 units English

4 units English

4 units English

4 units English

4 units Math

 (one unit equal to or

greater than Algebra II)

4 units Math

  (one unit equal to or

greater than Algebra II)

4 units Math

  (one unit equal to or

greater than Algebra II)

4 units Math

  (one unit equal to or

greater than Algebra II)

3 units Science

· Must include 2

lab sciences

3 units Science

· Must include 2 lab sciences

3 units Science

· Must include 2 lab sciences

3 units Science

· Must include 2 lab sciences

3.5 units Social Studies

· .5 Econ

· .5 Gov’t

· 1 US History

· 1 World History

· .5 NM History

3.5 units Social Studies

· .5 Econ

· .5 Gov’t

· 1 US History

· 1 World History

· .5 NM History

3.5 units Social Studies

· .5 Econ

· .5 Gov’t

· 1 US History

· 1 World History

· .5 NM History

3.5 units Social Studies

· .5 Econ

· .5 Gov’t

· 1 US History

· 1 World History

· .5 NM History

 

 

.5 unit Health

.5 unit Health

1 unit Physical Education

1 unit Physical Education

1 unit Physical Education

1 unit Physical Education

1 unit career cluster, workplace readiness, or language other than English

1 unit career cluster, workplace readiness, or language other than English

1 unit career cluster, workplace readiness, or language other than English

1 unit career cluster, workplace readiness, or language other than English

7  units Electives

.5 unit Health Elective

7  units Electives

.5 unit Health Elective

7.5 Electives

7.5 Electives

24

24

24.5

24.5

One of the above units must be Advanced Placement, dual credit, or distance learning.

 

 

 

 

Note:

 

Many four year colleges require Algebra II and 2 credits of the same Modern Language for admission.

 

Los Lunas Schools has implemented intervention time for students who need additional time to learn and master essential skills and content.  Students who are mastering essential skills will be given enrichment time to extend and enrich their learning. 

Students will receive credit/no credit for advisory each year of high school.

The Intervention/Enrichment requirement may vary at Century High School.