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High School Course List

K¹² Math, English, Science, and History courses are offered in multiple levels—Core, Comprehensive, Honors, Advanced Placement, Remediation, and Credit Recovery—to meet the needs of diverse learners.

With K¹², students have tremendous flexibility: they can take the Core level in some subjects and Honors or AP in others—as they build the path to post-high school success that is right for them. Up to four years of a World Language (depending on the language) is offered as well. Finally, students can enroll in a variety of electives to pursue their passions such as Anthropology, Environmental Science, or Web Design, and several designed to start them on the pathway toward a successful career such as Sports and Entertainment Marketing and Hospitality and Tourism.

Below, you'll find a current course listing. Complete information on each course, plus updates, can be found by clicking on each course in the list, or by downloading our course catalog.

K¹² 2014–2015 High School Course List

PLEASE NOTE: Course list may vary at some K¹² schools, including K¹² Powered schools.

English  |  Mathematics  |  Science  |  History & Social Sciences  |  World Languages
Career Technical Education (CTE)  |  Technology and Computer Science
Additional Electives
  |  Orientation

English
 
Mathematics
 
History and Social Sciences
 

* This is a one-semester course
† New or revised for 2014–2015
§ Course satisfies both Core and Comprehensive requirements
¶ Available winter 2015

High School student athletes can visit the NCAA website for information on NCAA eligibility and a list of courses. Please use your school code when looking for eligible courses offered by your school (or virtual academy). You can also access these courses by using your school name and state. Additional questions can be directed to your school counselor.