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HIGH SCHOOL

High school credits and testing requirements for graduation.

High School Credits: College Prep

Bible
3
English I, II, III, IV
4
Math
4
Personal Finance
1/2
Science
3
History
3
Health
1/2
Physical Ed
1
Foreign Language
2
Visual or Performing Arts
1

Total Credits
22

High School Credits: General

Bible
3
English I, II, III, IV
4
Math
2
Personal Finance
1/2
Science
2
History
3
Health
1/2
Physical Ed
1
Visual or Performing Arts
1
Electives
5

Total Credits
22

New HS Testing Requirements:

In order for senior students to be eligible for graduation, one of the following requirements must be satisfied:

A

For students NOT planning to attend college: One (1) Stanford Achievement Test or One (1) Iowa Test (with a minimum Stanine score of 4, taken in the 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade).

B

For students planning to attend college: One (1) ACT Test or One (1) CLT Test (Classic Learning Test) taken in grades 10th through 12th, and submitted before April 30th of their graduating year.

High School Credits Worksheet:

For a print-out of our High School Credits Worksheet please use the button below.

HS WORKSHEET

Kinder thru 8th Subjects:

Required core subjects and suggested electives for the younger students.

SUBJECTS

Grading Scale:
    A  94-100
    C  77-86
    B  87-93
    D  70-76

Non-Textbook Courses:

For courses not requiring a text book (physical education, community service, etc.), 75 hours of work or participation constitute a half credit, and 150 hours constitute one full credit.
Graduation for 11th Graders:
Students who qualify for graduation and desire to graduate at the end of their junior year must submit an ACT test with a score of 24 or higher.
Transfers:
Please note that some public schools reserve the right to test incoming students and/or accept or not accept credits from homeschooled students.
Check with your local county or school district.
Bible Credits:

Only studies concerning the Christian Holy Bible (Old Testament and New Testament) are accepted as Bible credits.
Testing Notes:
The ACT is NOT administered by Aaron Academy.
Please visit their online registration site at www.actstudent.org.
Aaron Academy's school code is 430-887 (do NOT use the basic home school code: 969-9... etc.).
Your student is enrolled in a private high school and is therefore not an independent home schooler.

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