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Graduation Requirements

Required courses and credits are based on the year a student entered high school as a 9th grader for the first time. Ninth grade starting year determines the student’s Graduation Standard Year (GSY).

Students entering high school as freshmen in 2009 and later must have 25 units to include:

  • English: 4 Units
  • Math: 4 Units. One unit must be Algebra II or higher.
  • Science: 3 Units
  • Social Studies: 3-1/2 Units. Selected from:
    • United States History and Geography: 1 Unit
    • World History and Geography: 1 Unit
    • Government: 1/2 Unit
    • Economics: 1/2 Unit
    • New Mexico History: 1/2 Unit
  • Health: 1/2 Unit
  • Physical Education: 1 Unit
  • Career or Workplace Readiness or Language other than English: 1 Unit. Selected from:
    • Language other than English
    • Business Management and Finance
    • Family and Consumer Sciences
    • Automotive Technologies
    • Culinary Arts
    • Manufacturing and Construction Trades
    • Technology / Media Technologies
    • Computer Science
    • The Arts:
      • Music
      • Visual Arts
      • Drama
      • Yearbook or Newspaper
  • Electives: 8 Units

At least 1 of the required units listed above must be an Honors or Advanced Placement course, a Dual Enrollment, or online (distance learning) course.

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Recovering Credits

It happened.  You failed a class, and now have to figure out the best way to recover the credit.  We have options for you to recover your credits.  Meet with your AHA Professional School Counselor to make a plan.  Here are some recovery options:

  • eCademy
  • APS Summer School

Option 1: 
eCademy, is an online recovery program where students independently work on their own to recover credits.  The cost of recovering a course is $25.00 per semester.  Students can work at their own pace and some students have completed a course in 6 weeks.

Option 2: 
Summer School has both face to face recovery options and online recovery options.  Pre-registration for summer typically takes place in April. Find more information regarding "Summer School".

 

 

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