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1 AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS Students must be enrolled in a SISD high school at the end of the year in order to receive a diploma from the SISD. Students completing graduation course requirements in another district will not be allowed to receive a diploma from a SISD high school. The only exception may be when a course needed for graduation is not available in the SISD. In this case, prior written permission must be received from the campus principal. There will be a two credit limit under this condition. Students who do not meet graduation requirements by the end of the school year and who subsequently enroll in and complete coursework during the following summer prior to the summer graduation ceremony will be granted a diploma reflecting the preceding May s graduation date. Students who enroll in and complete coursework during the following school year after the summer graduation ceremony will be granted a diploma reflecting that year s graduation date. Foundation High School Graduation Requirements (for students entering grade 9 in and thereafter) Core Courses: All students, including students receiving special education services [19 TAC Chapter ] must complete the following graduation requirements under 19 TAC Chapter Students must demonstrate proficiency in the following: Credit Equivalent English Language Arts* Must consist of English I, English II, English III, and English IV (English I and II for Speakers of Other Languages may be substituted for English I and II only for students with limited English proficiency who are at the beginning or inter-mediate levels of English language proficiency. English III may be substituted with: AP English III Higher Level or IB English II Higher Level. English IV may be substituted with: AP English Literature and Composition or IB English IV Higher Level. Mathematics* Must include Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II The additional credit may be selected from either of the following and must be successfully completed prior to Algebra II; Mathematical Models with Applications, Mathematical Models in Food and Natural Resources (CTE). The fourth credit may be selected from the following after successful completion of Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II: Pre-Calculus, Independent Study in Mathematics, AP Statistics, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, IB Mathematical Studies Standard Level, IB Mathematics Standard Level, IB Mathematics Higher Level, IB Further Mathematics Standard Level, Engineering Mathematics (CTE), Statistics and Risk Management (CTE), Advanced Quantitative Reasoning (AQR). 1 of 24

2 The following courses may count as a 5 th year math ONLY and may not be counted as the 4 th math for graduation requirements: Digital Electronics, Robotics Programming and Design and AP Computer Science. Science* 4.0 One credit must include a Biology course and be selected from one of the following: Biology, AP Biology or IB Biology. One credit must include a Chemistry course and be selected from one of the following: Chemistry, AP Chemistry, or IB Chemistry. One credit must include a Physics course and must be selected from one of the following: Physics, Principles of Technology, AP Physics, or IB Physics. The additional credit may be IPC and must be successfully completed prior to Chemistry and Physics. The fourth credit may be selected from any of the following: Aquatic Science, Astronomy, Earth and Space Science, Environmental Systems, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Physics C, AP Environmental Science, IB Biology, IB Chemistry, IB Physics, IB Environmental Systems, Scientific Research and Design (CTE), Anatomy and Physiology (CTE), Engineering Design and Problem (CTE), Medical Microbiology (CTE), Pathophysiology (CTE), Advanced Animal Science (CTE), Advanced Biotechnology (CTE), Advanced Plant and Soil Science (CTE), Food Science (CTE), and Forensic Science (CTE). The following course may count as a 5 th year science ONLY and may not be counted as the 4 th science for graduation requirements: Principals of Engineering Social Studies* 3.5 Must consist of World History Studies (1 credit), World Geography Studies (1 credit), United States History Studies Since Reconstruction (1 credit), and United States Government (0.5 credit). Economics with emphasis on the Free Enterprise System and its Benefits Language other than English* The credits must consist of any two levels in the same language. Physical Education (for students beginning 9 th grade in and thereafter) Physical Education (for students beginning 9 th grade in and prior) The required credit may be from any combination of the following one-half to one credit courses: Foundations of Personal Fitness, Adventure/Outdoor Education, Aerobic Activities, Team or Individual Sports. Credit for any of the courses above may be earned through participation in the following activities: Athletics, JROTC, appropriate private or commercially-sponsored physical activity programs conducted on or off campus. 2 of 24

3 Up to one credit for any one of the courses listed above may be earned through participation in any of the following activities: Drill Team, Marching Band, or Cheerleading. All allowed substitution activities must include at least 100 minutes per five-day school week of moderate to vigorous physical activity. Credit may not be earned for any TEKSbased course more than once. No more than four substitution credits may be earned through any combination of situations. Health Education May be satisfied by Health, Advanced Health, Human Body Systems (Full Year), or Health Science Technology [(Full Year) and prior] or Health Science Theory/Health Science Clinical [(Full Year) and thereafter]. Speech May be selected from any of the following: Communication Applications; Professional Communications (CTE); Oral Interpretation I, II or III (Full Year); Debate I, II or III (Full Year) an IB Theory/Knowledge (IBTOK). Technology Applications ( school year and prior) 1.0 May be satisfied by any one of the following courses: Animation, Architectural Design, Advanced Architectural Design, Practicum in Architectural Design, Audio Video Production, Advanced Audio Video Production, Practicum in Audio Video Production, Graphic Design and Illustration, Advanced Graphic Design and Illustration 11 12, Practicum in Graphic Design and Illustration, Printing and Imaging Technology, Advanced Printing and Imaging Technology, Practicum in Printing and Imaging Technology, Principals of Information Technology, Business Information Management I, CTED Business Information Management I, Business Information Management II, CTED Business Information Management II, Virtual Business, Practicum in Business Management, CTED Practicum in Business Management, Computer Maintenance, Telecommunications and Networking, Computer Technician, Computer Programming, Advanced Computer Programming, Digital and Interactive Media, Web Technologies, Law Enforcement II, Firefighter II, Introduction to Engineering and Design (IED), Principles of Engineering (POE), Digital Electronics (DE), Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM), Engineering Design and Development (EDD), Engineering Design and Presentation, Advanced Engineering Design and Presentation, Information Technology in a Global Society (IB), Theatre Tech, Computer Science I, Computer Science II, Video Technology, Independent Study in Technology, Digital Design and Media, or Digital Arts and Animation, Computer Science and Software Engineering, Computer Science Applications, Simulation and Modeling, Programming Games, Artificial Intelligence, Principles of Biomedical Science, Computational Problem Solving; Journalism, Photojournalism, Advanced Journalism: Yearbook I, II or III; Independent Study in Journalism I or II; or Advanced Journalism: Newspaper I, II or III. Technology Applications (Starting with all cohorts in the school year and thereafter, technology is no longer a District requirement.) Financial Literacy (for students starting 9 th grade in and thereafter) of 24

4 Fine Arts Foundation plus Endorsement Elective Courses (for students entering grade 9 in and thereafter) May be selected from any of the following: Art, Level I, II, III, or IV; Dance, Level I, II, III, or IV; Music, Level I, II, III, or IV; Theater, Level I, II, III, or IV; Principles and Elements of Floral Design (CTE). Electives: (Total) The elective courses will meet the requirements of the Endorsement. 4 or more credits in a given pathway are required to earn an Endorsement. Total Credits for Foundation + Endorsement High School Program Foundation with no Endorsement (for students entering grade 9 in and thereafter) MINIMUM HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM (For students who entered grade 9 in school year Electives: (Total) The elective courses will not meet the requirements of an Endorsement. Students will complete the credits of the foundation graduation requirements plus 4 elective credits. Total Credits for Foundation without an Endorsement High School Program 19 TAC Substitutions / Alternatives *College Board Advanced Placement, college-level concurrent/dual enrollment, and International Baccalaureate courses may be substituted for requirements in appropriate academic areas. Credit may also be awarded without prior instruction through credit by examination ** Performance Acknowledgement: A performance acknowledgement may be earned through dual credit; AP, IB, PSAT, ACT-Plan, SAT or ACT exam; bilingualism or biliteracy and/or a national or state industry certification. Core Courses: Students must demonstrate proficiency in the following: English Language Arts* Credit Equivalent Must consist of English I, English II, English III, and English IV. (English I and II for Speakers of Other Languages may be substituted for English I and II only for students with limited English proficiency who are at the beginning or intermediate levels of English language proficiency of 24

5 and Mathematics* thereafter Must include Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II or Mathematical Models with Applications. The fourth unit of mathematics must be selected from the following list: Mathematical Models with Applications, Precalculus, AP Statistics, In-dependent Study of Math, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Computer Science, IB Mathematical Studies Standard Level, IB Mathematics Standard Level, IB Mathematics Higher Level, IB Further Mathematics Standard Level, Mathematical Applications in Agriculture, Advanced Quantitative Reasoning, Food and Natural Resources (CTE), Engineering Mathematics (CTE), Statistics and Risk Management (CTE). Science Must include Biology, and Integrated Physics and Chemistry (IPC). A student may substitute Chemistry or Physics for Integrated Physics and Chemistry but must use the second of these two as the academic elective credit. Social Studies Must consist of World History Studies (1 credit) or World Geography studies (1 credit), United States History Studies Since Reconstruction (1 credit), and United Stated Government (0.5 credit). Economics with Emphasis on the Free Enterprise System and its Benefits 0.5 Academic Elective Must be selected from World History Studies, World Geography Studies, or any science course approved by the State Board of Education for science credit found in 19 Administrative Code 112 (relating to essential knowledge and skills for science). If a student elects to replace Integrated Physics and Chemistry with either Chemistry or Physics as described in Science above, the academic elective must be the other of these two science courses. Physical Education* The required credits may be from any combination of the following one half to one credit courses: Foundations of Personal Fitness, Adventure/ Outdoor Education, Aerobic Activities, Team or Individual Sports. Credit for any of the courses above may be earned through participation in the following activities: Athletics, JROTC, Appropriate private or commercially-sponsored physical activity programs conducted on or off campus. Up to one and one-half credit for any one of the courses listed above may be earned through participation in any of the following activities: Drill Team, Marching Band, or Cheerleading. All allowed substitution activities must include at least 100 minutes per five-day school week of moderate to vigorous physical activity. Credit may not be earned for any TEKS-based course more than once. No more than four substitution credits 5 of

6 may be earned through any combination of situations. Health Education 0.5 May be satisfied by Health, Advanced Health, Human Body Systems (Full Year), or Health Science Technology (Full Year). Speech May be selected from either of the following: Communication Applications or Professional Communications (CTE). Languages other than English The credits must consist of any two levels in the same language Fine Arts May be selected from any of the following: Art, Level I, II, III, or IV; Dance, Level I, II, III, or IV; Music, Level I, II, III, or IV; Theater, Level I, II, III, or IV; Principles and Elements of Floral Design (CTE). Technology Applications May be satisfied by any one of the following courses: Animation, Architectural Design, Advanced Architectural Design, Practicum in Architectural Design, Audio Video Production, Advanced Audio Video Production, Practicum in Audio Video Production, Graphic Design and Illustration, Advanced Graphic De- sign and Illustration 11 12, Practicum in Graphic Design and Illustration, Printing and Imaging Technology, Advanced Printing and Imaging Technology, Practicum in Printing and Imaging Technology, Principals of Information Technology, Business In- formation Management I, CTED Business Information Management I, Business Information Management II, CTED Business Information Management II, Virtual Business, Practicum in Business Management, CTED Practicum in Business Management, Computer Maintenance, Telecommunications and Networking, Computer Technician, Computer Programming, Advanced Computer Programming, Digital and Interactive Media, Web Technologies, Law Enforcement II, Firefighter II, Introduction to Engineering and Design (IED), Principles of Engineering (POE), Digital Electronics (DE), Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM), Engineering Design and Development (EDD), Principles of Biomedical Science (PBS), Engineering Design and Presentation, Advanced Engineering Design and Presentation, Information Technology in a Global Society (IB), Theatre Tech, Computer Science I, Computer Science II, Video Technology, Independent Study in Technology, Digital Design and Media, or Digital Arts and Animation. Electives (Total) May be satisfied by any of the following: the list of courses approved by the State Board of Education for Grades 9 12 (relating to the Essential Knowledge and Skills), State-approved innovative courses, JROTC (1 4 credits), Driver Education. 6 of 24

7 Total Credits for Minimum High School Program 24 RECOMMENDED HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM (For students who entered grade 9 in school year and thereafter) Core Courses: Students must demonstrate proficiency in the following: 19 TAC Credit Equivalent English Language Arts* 4 Must consist of English I, English II, English III, and English IV (English I and II for Speakers of Other Languages may be substituted for English I and II only for students with limited English proficiency who are at the beginning or inter-mediate levels of English language proficiency. Mathematics* 4 Must include Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. The additional credit may be selected from either of the following and must be successfully completed prior to Algebra II; Mathematical Models with Applications, Mathematical Models in Food and Natural Resources (CTE). The fourth credit may be selected from the following after successful completion of Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II: Precalculus, Independent Study in Mathematics, AP Statistics, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Computer Science, IB Mathematical Studies Standard Level, IB Mathematics Standard Level, IB Mathematics Higher Level, IB Further Mathematics Standard Level, Advanced Quantitative Reasoning, Engineering Mathematics (CTE), Statistics and Risk Management (CTE). Science* 4 One credit must include a Biology course and be selected from one of the following: Biology, AP Biology or IB Biology. One credit must include a Chemistry course and be selected from one of the following: Chemistry, AP Chemistry, or IB Chemistry. One credit must include a Physics course and must be selected from one of the following: Physics, Principles of Technology, AP Physics, or IB Physics. The additional credit may be IPC and must be successfully completed prior to Chemistry and Physics. The fourth credit may be selected from any of the following: Aquatic Science, Astronomy, Earth and Space Science, Environmental Systems, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Physics B, AP Physics C, AP Environmental Science, IB Biology, IB Chemistry, IB Physics, IB Environmental Systems, Scientific Research and Design (CTE), Anatomy and Physiology (CTE), Engineering Design and Problem (CTE), Medical Microbiology (CTE), Pathophysiology (CTE), Advanced Ani- mal Science (CTE), 7 of 24

8 Advanced Biotechnology (CTE), Advanced Plant and Soil Science (CTE), Food Science (CTE), and Forensic Science (CTE). Social Studies* 3.5 Must consist of World History Studies (1 credit), World Geography Studies (1 credit), United States History Studies Since Reconstruction (1 credit), and United States Government (0.5 credit). Economics with Emphasis on the Free Enterprise System and its Benefits 0.5 Languages other than English* 2.0 The credits must consist of any two levels in the same language. Physical Education 1.5 The required credits may be from any combination of the following one-half to one credit courses: Foundations of Personal Fitness, Adventure/Outdoor Education, Aerobic Activities, Team or Individual Sports. Credit for any of the courses above may be earned through participation in the following activities: Athletics, JROTC, Appropriate private or commercially-sponsored physical activity programs conducted on or off campus. Up to one and one-half credit for any one of the courses listed above may be earned through participation in any of the following activities: Drill Team, Marching Band, or Cheerleading. All allowed substitution activities must include at least 100 minutes per five-day school week of moderate to vigorous physical activity. Credit may not be earned for any TEKS-based course more than once. No more than four substitution credits may be earned through any combination of situations. Health Education 0.5 May be satisfied by Health, Advanced Health, Human Body Systems (Full Year), or Health Science Technology (Full Year). Speech 0.5 May be selected from either of the following: Communication Applications or Professional Communications (CTE). 8 of 24

9 Technology Applications 1.0 May be satisfied by any one of the following courses: Animation, Architectural Design, Advanced Architectural Design, Practicum in Architectural Design, Audio Video Production, Advanced Audio Video Production, Practicum in Audio Video Production, Graphic Design and Illustration, Advanced Graphic Design and Illustration 11 12, Practicum in Graphic Design and Illustration, Printing and Imaging Technology, Advanced Printing and Imaging Technology, Practicum in Printing and Imaging Technology, Principals of Information Technology, Business Information Management I, CTED Business Information Management I, Business Information Management II, CTED Business Information Management II, Virtual Business, Practicum in Business Management, CTED Practicum in Business Management, Computer Maintenance, Telecommunications and Networking, Computer Technician, Computer Programming, Advanced Computer Programming, Digital and Interactive Media, Web Technologies, Law Enforcement II, Firefighter II, Introduction to Engineering and Design (IED), Principles of Engineering (POE), Digital Electronics (DE), Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM), Engineering Design and Development (EDD), Principles of Biomedical Science (PBS), Engineering Design and Presentation, Advanced Engineering Design and Presentation, Information Technology in a Global Society (IB), Theatre Tech, Computer Science I, Computer Science II, Video Technology, Independent Study in Technology, Digital Design and Media, or Digital Arts and Animation. Fine Arts 1.0 May be selected from any of the following: Art, Level I, II, III, or IV; Dance, Level I, II, III, or IV; Music, Level I, II, III, or IV; Theater, Level I, II, III, or IV; Principles and Elements of Floral Design (CTE). Electives: (Total) 3.5 May be satisfied by any of the following: the list of courses approved by the State Board of Education for Grades 9 12 (relating to the Essential Knowledge and Skills), State-approved innovative courses, JROTC (1 4 credits), Driver Education. Total Credits for Recommended High School Program TAC Substitutions / Alternatives *College Board Advanced Placement, college-level concurrent/dual enrollment, and International Baccalaureate courses may be substi- 9 of 24

10 tuted for requiements in appropriate academic areas. Credit may also be awarded without prior instruction through credit by examination. No substitutions are allowed in the Recommended High School Program, except as specified in statute. 19 TAC (k), 74.61(l), 74.61(m); 19 TAC 74.24; 19 TAC 74.63(d) Exception Students classified as seniors during the school year that have successfully completed IPC prior to and have successfully completed Biology and Chemistry shall not be required to have Physics or POT as the fourth science credit in order to meet state or District graduation requirements. DISTINGUISHED ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM (For students who entered grade 9 in school year and thereafter) Core Courses: Students must demonstrate proficiency in the following: Credit Equivalent English Language Arts* 4 Must consist of English I, English II, English III, and English IV. (English I and II for Speakers of Other Languages may be substituted for English I and II only for students with limited English proficiency who are at the beginning or inter-mediate levels of English language proficiency. Mathematics* 4 Must include Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II The fourth credit may be selected from the following after successful completion of Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II: Precalculus, Independent Study in Mathematics, AP Statistics, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Computer Science, IB Mathematical Studies Standard Level, IB Mathematics Standard Level, IB Mathematics Higher Level, IB Further Mathematics Standard Level, Advanced Quantitative Reasoning, Engineering Mathematics (CTE), Statistics and Risk Management (CTE). Science* 4 One credit must include a Biology course and be selected from one of the following: Biology, AP Biology or IB Biology. One credit must include a Chemistry course and be selected from one of the following: Chemistry, AP Chemistry, or IB Chemistry. One credit must include a Physics course and must be selected from one of the following: Physics, AP Physics, or IB Physics. The fourth credit may be selected from any of the following: Aquatic Science, Astronomy, Earth and Space Science, Environmental Systems, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Physics B, AP Physics C, AP Environmental Science, IB Biology, IB Chemistry, IB Physics, IB Environmental Systems, Scientific Research and Design (CTE), Anato- 10 of 24

11 my and Physiology (CTE), Engineering Design and Problem (CTE), Medical Microbiology (CTE), Pathophysiology (CTE), Advanced Animal Science (CTE), Advanced Biotechnology (CTE), Advanced Plant and Soil Science (CTE), Food Science (CTE), and Forensic Science (CTE). Physics, Principles of Technology I, AP Physics, or IB Physics Social Studies* 3.5 Must consist of World History Studies (1 credit), World Geography Studies (1 credit), United States History Studies Since Reconstruction (1 credit), and United States Government (0.5 credit). Economics with Emphasis on the Free Enterprise System and its Benefits 0.5 Languages other than English 3.0 The credits must consist of any three levels in the same language. Physical Education 1.5 The required credits may be from any combination of the following one half to one credit courses: Foundations of Personal Fitness, Adventure/Outdoor Education, Aerobic Activities, Team or Individual Sports. Credit for any of the courses above may be earned through participation in the following activities: Athletics, JROTC, Appropriate private or commercially-sponsored physical activity programs conducted on or off campus. Up to one and one-half credit for any one of the courses listed above may be earned through participation in any of the following activities: Drill Team, Marching Band, or Cheerleading. All allowed substitution activities must include at least 100 minutes per five-day school week of moderate to vigorous physical activity. Credit may not be earned for any TEKS-based course more than once. No more than four substitution credits may be earned through any combination of situations. Health Education 0.5 May be satisfied by Health, Advanced Health, Human Body Systems (Full Year), or Health Science Technology (Full Year). Speech 0.5 May be selected from either of the following: Communication Applications or Professional Communications (CTE). Technology Applications 1.0 May be satisfied by any one of the following courses: 11 of 24

12 Animation, Architectural Design, Advanced Architectural Design, Practicum in Architectural Design, Audio Video Production, Advanced Audio Video Production, Practicum in Audio Video Production, Graphic Design and Illustration, Advanced Graphic Design and Illustration 11 12, Practicum in Graphic Design and Illustration, Printing and Imaging Technology, Advanced Printing and Imaging Technology, Practicum in Printing and Imaging Technology, Principals of Information Technology Business Information Management I, CTED Business Information Management I, Business Information Management II, CTED Business Information Management II, Virtual Business, Practicum in Business Management, CTED Practicum in Business Management, Computer Maintenance, Telecommunications and Networking, Computer Technician, Computer Programming, Advanced Computer Programming, Digital and Interactive Media, Web Technologies, Law Enforcement II, Firefighter II, Introduction to Engineering and Design (IED), Principles of Engineering (POE), Digital Electronics (DE), Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM), Engineering Design and Development (EDD), Principles of Biomedical Science (PBS), Engineering Design and Presentation, Advanced Engineering Design and Presentation, Information Technology in a Global Society (IB), Theatre Tech, Computer Science I, Computer Science II, Video Technology, Independent Study in Technology, Digital Design and Media, or Digital Arts and Animation. Fine Arts 1.0 May be selected from any of the following: Art, Level I, II, III, or IV; Dance, Level I, II, III, or IV; Music, Level I, II, III, or IV; Theater, Level I, II, III, or IV; Principles and Elements of Floral Design (CTE). Electives (Total) 2.5 May be satisfied by any of the following: the list of courses approved by the State Board of Education for Grades 9 12 (relating to the Essential Knowledge and Skills), State-approved innovative courses, JROTC (1 4 credits), Driver Education. Total Credits for Advanced/Distinguished Achievement Program (Ad- 26 vanced High School Program) 19 TAC Advanced Measures A student must also achieve any combination of four of the following advanced measures. Original research/projects may not be used for more than two of the four advanced measures. The measures must focus on demonstrated student performance at the college or professional level. Student performance on advanced measures must be assessed through an external review process. The advanced measures are as follows: 12 of 24

13 1. An original research/project that is: a. Judged by a panel of professionals in the field that is the focus of the project; or b. Conducted under the direction of mentor(s) and reported to an appropriate audience; and c. Related to the required curriculum set forth in 19 Administrative Code 74.1 (relating to essential knowledge and skills). 2. Test data in which a student receives: a. A score of three or above on the College Board Advanced Placement examination; b. A score of four or above on an International Baccalaureate examination; or c. A score on the PSAT that qualifies a student for recognition as a Commended Scholar or higher by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation; as part of the National Hispanic Scholar Program of the College Board; or as part of the National Achievement Scholarship Program for Outstanding Negro Students of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. The PSAT score may count as only one advanced measure regardless of the number of honors received by the student. 3. A grade of 3.0 or higher in courses that count for college academic credit and in tech-prep articulated college courses. Substitutions/Alternatives *College Board Advanced Placement, college-level concurrent/dual enrollment, and International Baccalaureate courses may be substtuted for requirements in appropriate academic areas. Credit may al- so be awarded without prior instruction through credit by examination. No substitutions are allowed in the Advanced/Distinguished Achievement High School Pro-gram, except as specified in statute. 19 TAC (k), 74.61(l), 74.61(m); 19 TAC 74.24; 19 TAC 74.64(e) 13 of 24

14 MINIMUM HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM (For students who entered grade 9 prior to the school year) Core Courses: Students must demonstrate proficiency in the following: Credit Equivalent English Language Arts 4 Must consist of English I, English II, English III, and English IV. (English I for Speakers of Other Languages and English II for Speakers of Other Languages may be substituted for English I and II only for immigrant students with limited English proficiency.) Mathematics 4 Must include Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II or Mathematical Models with Applications. The fourth unit of mathematics must be selected from the following list: Mathematical Models with Applications, Precalculus, Statistics, Senior Level Independent Study of Mathematics, Calculus or concurrent enrollment in a college-level math course. Science 3 Must include Biology, and Integrated Physics and Chemistry (IPC). A student may substitute chemistry or physics for IPC and then must use the second of these two courses as the academic elective credit identified below. Other available science courses include: Integrated Physics and Chemistry, Environmental Systems, Astronomy, Meteorology and Oceanography, Aquatic Science, Scientific Research and Design, Anatomy and Physiology of Human Systems, Medical Microbiology (0.5 credit), Pathophysiology, Principles of Technology I, Principles of Technology II. Social Studies 2.5 Must consist of World History Studies (1 credit) or World Geography Studies (1 credit), United States History Studies Since Reconstruction (1 credit), and United States Government (0.5 credit). Economics with Emphasis on the Free Enterprise System and its Benefits of 24

15 Academic Elective 1 Must be selected from World History Studies, World Geography Studies, or any science course approved by the State Board of Education for science credit found in 19 Administrative Code 112 (relating to essential knowledge and skills for science). If a student elects to replace IPC with either Chemistry or Physics as described in Science above, the academic elective must be the other of these two science courses. Physical Education* 1.5 Must include Foundations of Personal Fitness (0.5 credit). Students may earn no more than 2 credits toward state graduation requirements in physical education. Health Education credit, which may be satisfied by Health 1 or Advanced Health or Health Science Technology; and 1 credit, which may be satisfied by Introduction to Health Science Technology, Health Science Technology I, or Health Science Technology II. Speech 0.5 Must consist of Debate and Oral Interpretation, Theory of Knowledge (IB Course), Professional Communications, or Communication Applications. Languages other than English 2 Two credits in the same language. Fine Arts 2 May be satisfied by any course in 19 Administrative Code 117, Subchapter C (relating to essential knowledge and skills for Fine Arts). Technology Applications 1 May be satisfied by: The following courses in 19 Administrative Code 126 (relating to essential knowledge and skills for Technology Applications): Computer Science I, Computer Science II, Desk-top Publishing, Digital Graphics/Animation, Multimedia, Video Technology, Web Mastering, or Independent Study in Technology Applications. The following courses in 19 Administrative Code 120 (relating to es- sential knowledge and skills for Business Education): Business Computer Information Systems I or II, Business Computer Programming, Telecommunications and Networking, or Business Image Management and Multimedia; or The following courses in 19 Administrative Code 123 (relating to essential knowledge and skills for Technology Education/Industrial Technology Education): Computer Applications, Technology Systems (modular computer laboratory-based), Communication Graphics (modular computer laboratory-based), or Computer Multimedia and Animation Technology. 15 of 24

16 Electives (Total) 2.5 May be satisfied by the list of courses approved by the SBOE for grades 9 12 as specified in 19 Administrative Code 74.1 (relating to essential knowledge and skills), Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) (1 4 credits), or Driver Education (0.5 credit). A maximum of 3 credits of Reading I, II, or III for elective credit may be offered by local policy to identified students. Total Credits for Minimum High School Program TAC Substitutions/Alternatives College Board Advanced Placement, college-level concurrent/dual enrollment, and International Baccalaureate courses may be substituted for courses required in appropriate areas. Credit may be awarded for core courses without prior instruction through credit by examination. 19 TAC 74.51(h), (i); 19 TAC * The Board may allow a student to substitute certain physical activities for the required credits in physical education, including the 0.5 credit for Foundations of Personal Fitness. Substitutions must be based on physical activity involved in drill team, marching band, and cheer-leading during the fall semester; Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC); athletics; Dance I IV; and 2 or 3 credit career and technology work-based training courses. The District may award up to 2 credits for physical education for appropriate private or commercially sponsored physical activity programs conducted on or off campus, with approval by the Commissioner. This substitution is available only to students who have successfully completed the physical education requirements prior to the start of the academic school year. If a student's transcript does not reflect the completion of course requirements in Technology Applications and/or physical education prior to the start of the academic school year, the student will follow the course requirements in these areas as stated in the school year and thereafter graduation requirement plans. 19 TAC & 61 64; 19 TAC of 24

17 RECOMMENDED HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM (For students who entered grade 9 prior to the school year) Core Courses To complete academic core components, students must demonstrate proficiency in the following: Credit Equivalent English Language Arts 4 Must consist of English I, English II, English III, and English IV. (English I for Speakers of Other Languages and English II for Speakers of Other Languages may be substituted for English I and II only for immigrant students with limited English proficiency.) Mathematics 4 Must include Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry. The fourth unit of mathematics must be selected from the following list: Mathematical Models with Applications, Precalculus, Statistics, Senior Level Independent Study of Math, Calculus, or concurrent enrollment in a collegelevel mathematics course. Science 3 1 credit must be a Biology credit (Biology, Advanced Placement [AP] Biology, or International Baccalaureate [IB] Biology). Students must choose the remaining 2 credits from the following three areas. Not more than 1 credit may be chosen from each of the areas to satisfy this requirement. Students on the Recommended High School Program are encouraged to take courses in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics to complete the science requirements. The three areas are: Integrated Physics and Chemistry (IPC) Chemistry, AP Chemistry, or IB Chemistry Physics, Principles of Technology I, AP Physics, or IB Physics Social Studies 3.5 Must consist of World History Studies (1 credit), World Geography Studies (1 credit), United States History Studies Since Reconstruction (1 credit), and United States Government (0.5 credit). Economics with Emphasis on the Free Enterprise System and its Benefits Languages other than English 2 Must consist of Level I and Level II of the same language. Physical Education* Must include Foundations of Personal Fitness (0.5 credit). Students may earn no more than 2 credits toward state graduation requirements 17 of 24

18 in physical education. Health Education credit, which may be satisfied by Health 1 or Advanced Health or Health Science Technology; and 1 credit, which may be satisfied by Introduction to Health Science Technology, Health Science Technology I, or Health Science Technology II. Speech 0.5 Must consist of Professional Communications or Communication Applications. Technology Applications* 1 May be satisfied by: The following courses in 19 Administrative Code 126 (relating to essential knowledge and skills for Technology Applications): Computer Science I, Computer Science II, Desk-top Publishing, Digital Graphics/Animation, Multimedia, Video Technology, Web Mastering, or Independent Study in Technology Applications. The following courses in 19 Administrative Code 120 (relating to essential knowledge and skills for Business Education): Business Computer Information Systems I or II, Business Computer Programming, Telecommunications and Networking, or Business Image Management and Multimedia; or The following courses in 19 Administrative Code 123 (relating to essential knowledge and skills for Technology Education/Industrial Technology Education): Computer Applications, Technology Systems (modular computer laboratory-based), Communication Graphics (modular computer laboratory-based), or Computer Multimedia and Animation Technology. Fine Arts 1 May be satisfied by any course in 19 Administrative Code 117, Subchapter C (relating to essential knowledge and skills for Fine Arts). Electives: (Total) 2.5 May be selected from the list of courses approved by the SBOE for grades 9 12 as specified in 19 Administrative Code 74.1 (relating to essential knowledge and skills for the Foundation and Enrichment Curriculum), state-approved innovative courses as specified in 19 Administrative Code (relating to Innovative Courses and Programs), Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) (1 to 4 credits), or Driver Education (0.5 credit). All students who wish to complete the Recommended High School Program are encouraged to study each of the four foundation curriculum areas (English language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies) every year in high school. A maximum of 3 credits of Reading I, II, or III for elective credit may be 18 of 24

19 offered by local policy to identified students. Total Credits for Recommended High School Program 24 Substitutions/Alternatives 19 TAC College Board Advanced Placement, college-level concurrent/dual enrollment, and International Baccalaureate courses may be substituted for courses required in appropriate areas. Credit may be awarded for core courses without prior instruction through credit by examination. 19 TAC 74.51(h), 74.51(i); 19 TAC * The Board may allow a student to substitute certain physical activities for the required credits in physical education, including the 0.5 credit for Foundations of Personal Fitness. Substitutions must be based on physical activity involved in drill team, marching band, and cheerleading during the fall semester; Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC); athletics; Dance I IV; and 2 or 3 credit career and technology work-based training courses. The District may award up to 2 credits for physical education for appropriate private or commercially sponsored physical activity programs conducted on or off campus, with approval by the Commissioner. This substitution is available only to students who have successfully completed the physical education requirements prior to the start of the academic school year. If a student's transcript does not reflect the completion of course requirements in Technology Applications and/or physical education prior to the start of the academic school year, the student shall follow the course requirements in these areas as stated in the school year and thereafter graduation requirement plans. 19 TAC & 61 64; 19 TAC 130 DISTINGUISHED ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM (For students who entered grade 9 prior to the school year) Core Courses: Students must demonstrate proficiency in the following: Credit Equivalent English Language Arts 4 Must consist of English I, English II, English III, and English IV. (English I for Speakers of Other Languages and English II for Speakers of Other Languages may be substituted for English I and II only for immigrant students with limited English proficiency.) Mathematics 4 Must consist of Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry. The fourth unit of 19 of 24

20 mathematics must be selected from the following list: Mathematical Models with Applications, Precalculus, Statistics, Senior Level Independent Study of Math, Calculus, or concurrent enrollment in a college-level mathematics course. Science 3 1 credit must be a Biology credit (Biology, Advanced Placement [AP] Biology, or International Baccalaureate [IB] Biology). Students must choose the remaining 2 credits from the following areas. Not more than 1 credit may be chosen from each of the areas to satisfy this requirement. Students on the Advanced/Distinguished Achievement High School Program are encouraged to take courses in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics to complete the science requirements: Integrated Physics and Chemistry (IPC), Chemistry, AP Chemistry, or IB Chemistry, Physics, Principles of Technology I, AP Physics, or IB Physics. to complete the science requirements: Social Studies 3.5 Must consist of World History Studies (1 credit), World Geography Studies (1 credit), United States History Studies Since Reconstruction (1 credit), and United States Government (0.5 credit). Economics with Emphasis on the Free Enterprise System and its Benefits Languages other than English 3 Must consist of Level I, Level II, and Level III of the same language. Physical Education* 1.5 Must include Foundations of Personal Fitness (0.5 credit). Students may earn no more than 2 credits toward state graduation requirements in physical education. Health Education credit, which may be satisfied by Health 1 or Advanced Health or Health Science Technology; and 1 credit, which may be satisfied by Introduction to Health Science Technology, Health Science Technology I, or Health Science Technology II Speech 0.5 Must consist of Professional Communications or Communication Applications. Technology Applications 1 May be satisfied by: The following courses in 19 Administrative Code 126 (relating to essential knowledge and skills for Technology Applications): Com of 24

21 puter Science I, Computer Science II, Desk-top Publishing, Digital Graphics/Animation, Multimedia, Video Technology, Web Mastering, or Independent Study in Technology Applications. The following courses in 19 Administrative Code 120 (relating to essential knowledge and skills for Business Education): Business Computer Information Systems I or II, Business Computer Programming, Telecommunications and Networking, or Business Image Management and Multimedia; or The following courses in 19 Administrative Code 123 (relating to essential knowledge and skills for Technology Education/Industrial Technology Education): Computer Applications, Technology Systems (modular computer laboratory-based), Communication Graphics (modular computer laboratory-based), or Computer Multimedia and Animation Technology. Fine Arts 1 May be satisfied by any course listed in 19 Administrative Code 117, Subchapter C (essential knowledge and skills for Fine Arts). Electives (Total) 1.5 May be selected from the list of courses approved by the SBOE for grades 9 12 as specified in 19 Administrative Code 74.1 (relating to essential knowledge and skills for the Foundation and Enrichment Curriculum), state-approved innovative courses as specified in 19 Administrative Code (relating to Innovative Courses and Programs), Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) (1 to 4 credits), or Driver Education (0.5 credit). All students who wish to complete the Recommended High School Program are encouraged to study each of the four foundation curriculum areas (English language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies) every year in high school. A maximum of 3 credits of Reading I, II, or III for elective credit may be offered by local policy to identified students. Total Credits for Advanced/Distinguished Achievement Program (Ad- 24 vanced High School Program) Advanced Measures 19 TAC A student must also achieve any combination of four of the following advanced measures. Original research/projects may not be used for more than two of the four advanced measures. The measures must focus on demonstrated student performance at the college or professional level. Student performance on advanced measures 21 of 24

22 must be assessed through an external review process. The advanced measures are as follows: 1. An original research/project that is: a. Judged by a panel of professionals in the field that is the focus of the project; or b. Conducted under the direction of mentor(s) and reported to an appropriate audience; and c. Related to the required curriculum set forth in 19 Administrative Code 74.1 (relating to essential knowledge and skills). 2. Test data in which a student receives: a. A score of three or above on the College Board Advanced Placement examination; b. A score of four or above on an International Baccalaureate examination; or c. A score on the PSAT that qualifies a student for recognition as a Commended Scholar or higher by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation; as part of the National Hispanic Scholar Program of the College Board; or as part of the National Achievement Scholarship Program for Outstanding Negro Students of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. The PSAT score may count as only one advanced measure regardless of the number of honors received by the student. 3. A grade of 3.0 or higher in courses that count for college academic credit and in tech-prep articulated college courses. Substitutions/Alternatives College Board Advanced Placement, college-level concurrent/dual enrollment, and International Baccalaureate courses may be substituted for courses required in appropriate areas. Credit may be awarded for core courses without prior instruction through credit by examination. 19 TAC 74.51(h), 74.51(i); 19 TAC *The Board may allow a student to substitute certain physical activities for the required credits in physical education, including the 0.5 credit for Foundations of Personal Fitness. Substitutions must be based on physical activity involved in drill team, marching band, and cheerleading during the fall semester; Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC); athletics; Dance I IV; and 2- or 3-credit career and technology work-based training courses. The District may award up to 2 credits for physical education for appropriate private 22 of 24

23 or commercially sponsored physical activity programs conducted on or off campus, with approval by the Commissioner. This substitution is available only to students who have successfully completed the physical education requirements prior to the start of the academic school year. If a student's transcript does not reflect the completion of course requirements in Technology Applications and/or physical education prior to the start of the academic school year, the student will follow the course requirements in these areas as stated in the school year and thereafter graduation requirement plans. 19 TAC & 61 64; 19 TAC 130 Approved: Jose Espinoza, Ed. D., Superintendent March 15,2017 Board Policy Committee Review: March 20, of 24

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