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Jennifer Moore

CLASS OF 2023
Guidance Counselor
Jennifer Moore

(850) 937-5461
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GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS:
Credit Requirements:
Students must complete a minimum of 24 academic credits to graduate from high school.
Grade Point Average:
2.0 GPA on an un weighted 4.0 scale Of the 24 credits, the following 16 credits are required:
Course Requirements:
English
4.0
 
Writing I and/or II do not meet graduation requirements for English credit.
 
 
Mathematics
4.0
 
To include Algebra I or district-approved Algebra I equivalent content curriculum
 
 
Science
3.0
 
(Agriscience Foundations I can be substituted for a third science credit for high school graduation unless the student does not meet minimum requirements on a nationally normed measure of science taken in the spring of the tenth grade. A prescriptive science will be required for that student.)*
 
Social Studies
3.0
 
World History
1.0
 
American History
1.0
 
American Government
.5
 
Economics
.5
     
 
Physical Education (electives)
1.0
 
Personal Fitness
.5
 
 
 
 
Performing Arts or Approved Practical Arts.
1.0
 
 
 
 
Electives
8.0
 
 
 
 
Online Course
1.0
 
1 course within the 24 credits
 
     
ACCEL Program:
18 credits minimum
 
 
3 elective credits
 
 
Online course not required
 
     
Scholar Designation:
In addition to meeting the standard high school requirements
 
 
Algebra 2
1.0
 
Statistics or equally rigorous mathematics course
1.0
 
Pass the Biology I EOC
 
 
Chemistry or Physics
1.0
 
Course equally rigorous to Chemistry or Physics
1.0
 
Pass the US History EOC
 
 
Consecutive credits of the same world language
2.0
 
AP, IB, AICE, or DE course credit
1.0
     
Merit Designation:
In addition to the standard high school diploma requirements
 
 
Attain one or more industry certifications from the list established (per s. 1003.492, F.S.)
 
* A student who does not meet the state standard in science in the 11th grade FCAT must take and pass science during the next year or until the student graduates from high school.

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