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Grading Scale

A = 90% - 100%

B = 80% - 89%

C = 70% - 79%

D = 60% - 69%

F = 0% - 59%

College Classes Offered for Dual Credit

Intro to Literature
Composition 1
Composition 2
Public Speaking
College Algebra
Pre-Calculus
Calculus
American Government
Strategies for Excellence
Psychology
Sociology
Spanish

Tech Classes Offered for Dual Credit

Automotive Collision Repair
Automotive Technology
Building and Property Maintenance
Construction Technology
Culinary Arts (Professional Cooking)
Early Childhood Education
Electrical Technology
Heating and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Health Careers
Machine Technology
Major Appliance Repair
Mobile Application Development
Multimedia/Video Production
Office Assistant
Web Development
Welding Technology

Diploma+ Dashboard

Every semester students should complete/update a transcript audit of their credits.  Students can look at their credit history on the Diploma+ Dashboard.

Graduation Audit & Credit Information

Graduation Credit Requirements

To graduate from Schlagle students must earn a minimum of 25 credits.

Required Credits

English 4.5 - including Speech (.5)

Math 4.0

Social Studies 3.0 - including American History, American Government (.5), Economics (.5) & World History or World Geography 

Science 3.0 - including Biology

Physical Education 1.0 

Fine Arts 1.0

CTE 2.0 - including Career & Life Planning/Freshman 101 (.5), Consumer Education (.5), and Business Communications (.5)

Additional Electives 6.5

Students who are on track for graduation are encouraged to enroll in Tech or College Classes Junior and/or Senior year.

4 Year Course of Study

         Freshman

         Sophomore

             Junior

               Senior

English 1

Individual English 1

English Lang. 1 2 3

 

English 2

Individual English 2

English Lang.  1 2 3

English 3

Individual English 3

English Lang.  1 2 3

Intro to Literature

English 4

Individual English 4

English Lang.  1 2 3

Composition ½

Algebra/Geometry 1

Algebra/Geometry 2

AGIG 1

 

Algebra/Geometry 2

Algebra/Geometry 3

AGIG 2

Algebra/Geometry 3  

Intermediate College Alg

College Algebra

Pre-Calculus / Calculus

AGIG 3

Intermediate College Alg.

Math Trig. Analysis  

College Algebra

Pre-Calculus /Calculus

Math 4

Biology*

 

Biology*

Physical Science

Chemistry  or

Science Elective

Physics  or

Science Elective

World History

 

World History

 

American History*

American Government (.5)*

Economics (.5)*

Freshmen 101 (.5)*

 

Speech (.5)*

Consumer Ed (.5)*

Business Communication (.5)*

Pathway Elective

 

Physical Education*

Pathway Elective

Pathway Elective

Elective

Fine Arts

Art

Vocal Music

Instrumental Music

Elective

Elective

Elective

Elective

Elective

Elective

Elective

 

*Indicates a required class

Credit for Year Long Classes

If a student fails the first half of a core class with a 50% or less, but earns a C (70%) or better for the second half they will be awarded the full credit for the course.

If a student fails the first half of a core class with a 50% or higher, but earns a D (60%) or better for the second half they will be awarded the full credit for the course.

If a student fails the second half of a course, regardless of the 1st semester grade, they will have to make up the second half of that course. 

how credits are earned

Classes with .5 Credit

Most of these classes meet every other day from August to December or January to May

August to December Important Dates

Progress 1: September 7

Quarter 1: October 11

Progress 2: November 9

Quarter 2: December 20 - Grade Final/Credit Earned is .5

 

January to May Important Dates

Progress 3: February 8

Quarter 3: March 7

Progress 4: April 12

Quarter 4: May 23 (Senior grades will be due sooner TBA) - Grade Final/Credit Earned is .5

 

Classes with 1 Credit that meet every other day for the entire year

August to May Important Dates

Progress 1: September 7

Quarter 1: October 11

Progress 2: November 9

Quarter 2/Semester 1: December 20 - First Semester Grade Final/Credit Earned is .5

Progress 3: February 8

Quarter 3: March 7

Progress 4:  April 12

Quarter 4/Semester 2: May 23 (Senior grades will be due sooner TBA) - Second Semester Grade Final/Credit Earned is .5

 

Classes with 1 Credit that meet every day from August to December or January to May

August to December Important Dates

Quarter 1: September 7

Quarter 2/Semester 1: October 11 - First Semester Grade Final/Credit Earned is .5

Quarter 3: November 9

Quarter 4/Semester 2: December 20 - Grade Final/Credit Earned is .5

 

January to May Important Dates

Quarter 1: February 8

Quarter 2/Semester 1: March 7 - First Semester Grade Final/Credit Earned is .5

Quarter 3: April 12

Quarter 4/Semester 2: May 23 (Senior grades will be due sooner TBA) - Grade Final/Credit Earned is .5