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Graduation & A-G Requirements

See the attached Prospect & College Admissions Requirements Comparison Table to compare Prospect High School graduation requirements and college admission requirements.  
Students shall receive diplomas of graduation from high school only after completing the prescribed course of study and meeting the proficiency standards established by the District. The prescribed course of study for students shall include the following: (Education Code 51225.3)  Links below provide a map of the course sequences for that area of study.  Also see the CUHSD 2017-17 Course Catalog here:


High School Graduation Requirements Units

40 units
(10 units required each year)

Social Science
10 units World History
10 units U.S. History
10 units Government/Econ.

20 units
(10 units of Algebra)

Physical Education
20 units

10 units Physical Science
10 units Biological Science
(Total 30 units required from at least 2 of the next 3 categories)

Foreign/World Language*
10 units

Visual & Performing Arts*
10 units

Applied Arts*
10 units

General Elective
60 units

*Total 30 units
Using 2 categories

Total Units 220


CSU/UC A-G Requirements Years required

CSU/UC A-G Requirements Years required

A. History/Social Science
2 years required
B. English
4 years required
C. Mathematics
3 years required, 4 years recommended
D. Laboratory Science
2 years required, 3 years recommended
E. Foreign Language
2 years required, 3 years recommended
F. Visual and Performing Arts
1 year required
G. College Prep Elective
1 year required

 Total  15 year-long courses

 Minimum Requirements: Need a C- or better