The high school has a wide variety of course offerings some of which are required and some of which are electives. A list of required courses is found in the “Graduation Requirements” section of our website.
Each high school course is given a four-digit number that indicates the department, grade level, and difficulty of the course.
The first digit of the course number indicates which department the course belongs. For example, course #1250 would be a Bible course because a ’1′ is the first digit. The departments are arranged as follows:
|Thousands Digit||Subject Area|
|6||Health, Physical Education, and Safety|
The second digit of the course number indicates the grade level of the students normally enrolled in the course. A 100 level course is taken by freshmen, a 200 level course is taken by sophomores, and 300 level course is taken by juniors, and a 400 level course is taken by seniors.
The third digit of the course number indicates the difficulty level of the course (academic track). A third digit of ’1′ is a basic required course or a level 1 course; ’2′ is a level 2 course; ’3′ is an honors course (level 3); and 4 is an Advanced Placement course.
The fourth digit of the course number is used merely to distinguish between similar classes within a subject area.