2004 Graduation Program
The Graduation Program is made up of the final three years of a student's schooling, Grades 10, 11 and 12. To graduate, students must earn a minimum of 80 credits: 48 credits (12 courses) from Required Courses, 28 credits (7 courses) from Elective Courses, and 4 credits from Graduation Transitions. A minimum of 16 credits at the Grade 12 level are required, including Language Arts 12. At McRoberts, all regular courses are 4 credits. Over these three years, students are expected to attempt 100 credits (25 courses) of course work.
• Required Courses: Language Arts 10, Language Arts 11, Language Arts 12, a Math 10, a Math 11, Social Studies 10, a Social Studies 11, Science 10, a Science 11, PE 10, a Fine Arts or Applied Skills, Senior Planning, Graduation Transitions
• Elective Courses: three courses at the grade 12 level and three other courses at any level from grade 10 to 12.