Economics and financial literacy6
Requirement met in __________ class/grade level.
Requirement met in
_________ class/grade level.
1 Mathematics credits must
include one unit of algebra II or the equivalent of
Science credits must include 1 unit of
physical sciences, 1 unit of life sciences, 1 unit
of advance study in one or more of the falling
sciences: chemistry, physics, or other physical
science; advanced biology or other
life science; astronomy, physical geology, or other
earth or space science.
Social Studies credits must include ˝ unit of
American History and ˝ unit of American government.
Electives credits must include one or any
combination of foreign language, fine arts,
business, career-technical education, family and
consumer sciences, technology, agriculture
education, or English language arts, mathematics,
science or social studies courses not otherwise
all students must receive instruction in
economics and financial literacy during grade 9-12
and must complete at least two semesters of fine
arts taken any time on grades 7-12. Students
following a career-technical path way are exempted
from the fine arts.
A minimum of 22.0 credits required to be eligible
A student must complete the correct number of
Carnegie credits in order to go to the next grade
To Grade 10 – 5 credits
To Grade 11 – 11 credits
To Grade 12 – 16 credits
must maintain the following GPA (Grade Point
GPA > = 2.5 (effective Jan. ’04)
> = Means equal or greater than
A student must take
and pass all required Ohio tests to be eligible for
Students must pass
the Ohio Tenth Grade Graduation Exams in Reading,
Writing, Math, Science and Citizenship.
A student may not
receive an "F" in any core courses (English Language
Arts (ELA), Math, Science and Social Studies)
A student may not
have more than 5 unexcused absences per academic
Requirements for Extra Curricular Activities
Students in grades 9-12 must have received passing
grades in a minimum of five one credit courses, or
equivalent, in the immediately preceding grading
period. A student must achieve a grade point average
(GPA) of 2.0 in all classes. Failures are not
permitted in any class on weekly eligibility cards
or report cards.