Course Planning at Waubonsie Valley
FOUR-YEAR COURSE PLANNING
Waubonsie Valley offers a wide variety of courses that can help students explore future career paths or prepare for a rigorous college education. Setting up a four year plan helps students take the right courses to achieve their goals by the end of senior year. Counselors introduce and distribute this worksheet during first semester visits to all freshmen advisories. Click below to view and Print a Four Year Planning Worksheet.
Four Year Plan
English (4 Credits)
Mathematics (3 Credits)
Science (3 Credits)
Social Studies (*2.5 Credits)
PE (3. 5 Credits)
Health (.5 Credits)
Consumer Education (.5 Credits)
Elective** (Art, Music, Foreign Lang., Career & Tech Ed.1 Credits
Subtotal of Requirements -18.0 Credits
Additional Elective Credits- 6.0 Credits
Total Credits Required- 24 Credits
*Social Studies requirement includes 1 credit of either Honors World History, AP World History. AP Human Geography or World Geography, and 1 credit of US History, AP US History, American Society or American Studies, and 1 semester of Government. All students must pass the State and Federal Constitution Exam.
**State graduation requirement is 1 credit (2 semesters) chosen from music, art, foreign language, or career and technical education.
MINIMUM PUBLIC UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS
4 Years of English
3 Years of Math (Through Algebra II)
3 Years of Lab Science
3 Years of Social Science
2 years of Fine Arts, Music, Foreign Language, Vocational Education*College admission requirements will vary. Please contact specific colleges for their requirements.
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