Graduation Requirements

A student must complete 25 units of credit including both state and local requirements.

 

PBP (Proficiency Based Performance) tests will be given twice each year (within the first ten school days of each semester).  A score of 90% or better must be made in order for the student to obtain credit for the test taken.  The courses for which the tests may be taken are:  English, math, science, social studies, foreign language, and the arts.  Requests to take the tests must be made to the counselor at least one week prior to the beginning of the semester.

 

A total number of correspondence courses which will be accepted at Kellyville High School is 3 one-half units.  Correspondence subjects should be subjects which will replace courses which were failed.

 

All correspondence subjects must be approved by Kellyville High School.

 

College Preparatory Curriculum

 

 

Core Curriculum

(for those opting out of College Preparatory)

 

English

4 units

 

Language Arts

  4 units

Mathematics

3 units

 

Mathematics

  3 units

Laboratory Science

3 units

 

Science

  3 units

History & Citizenship Skills

3 units

 

Social Studies

  3 units

Foreign Language or Computer Tech.

2 units

 

The Arts

  2 units

Additional unit selected from above

1 unit

 

Electives

10 units

Fine Arts or Speech

1 unit

 

 

 

Electives

8 units

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total

25 units

 

Total

25 units

 

Advanced Placement courses will carry a weight of 2.0.  O.S.S.M. (Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics) courses will carry a weight of 1.5.  Honors courses will carry a weight of 1.0.  Concurrent enrollment courses, if taken on the Kellyville campus and monitored by a Kellyville teacher, will be considered an honors class and will carry a weight of 1.0.  Concurrent classes taken away from the Kellyville campus will receive no additional weight.  Class rank will be determined by weighted GPA.  The Valedictorian, Salutatorian, and other honor students must be enrolled in at least one Honors Class their senior year to qualify. 

 

 

Honors & Advanced Placement Classes:

 

AP Eng. III & IV, College Bound Eng. III & IV, Honors Eng. I, Pre AP Eng. II, ACT Eng.

AP Biol., Hon. Phy. Sci., Hon. Biol. I, Biol. II, Chem. I, Chem, II, Physics, Physiology, Env. Sci.

ACT Math, Hon. Alg. I, Hon. Algebra II, PreCalc./College Algebra, Geometry, Algebra III/Trig.

Honors American History, Honors World History, Current Events/Modern History

Accounting II & III, Adv. Computer II, III, & IV, Multi-Media III & IV

Art III & IV, & Photography II

Spanish III & IV

O.S.S.M. courses

 

 

GRADUATION PARTICIPATION

 

If a high school student is within one (1) credit or less of graduation, (s)he will be allowed to participate in all graduation activities.  The student must also provide detailed information to the counselor showing they are enrolled in summer class or alternative education to meet graduation requirements.