Class of 2016
Graduation Requirement: 24 CREDITS
Due to possible changes in the State Board of Education graduation requirements, Logan High School’s graduation requirements may differ depending on the graduating year of the student. Please make sure to check the specific year of your graduation to get current graduation information for that years’ graduating class.
|Subject Area||Requirements||Subject Area||Requirements|
|Fine Arts||1.5||Healthy Lifestyles/Fitness||2.0|
|Science||3.0||Career/Applied Technical Educ||1.0|
|World Languages||1.0||Financial Literacy||.5|
|Social Studies||3.0||Total credit||24|
ARTS – 1.5 credits
One and one-half credits of Fine Arts are required to graduate.
SCIENCE – 3 credits
|Earth Science||Biological Science|
Note: Most colleges or universities require three credits of science.
ENGLISH – 4 credits
A total of four English credits must be earned in grades 9, 10, 11 and 12. Students must register for 1 credit per year.
WORLD LANGUAGES – 1 credit
MATHEMATICS – 3 credits
Three credits of Math are required to graduate, including Algebra or Applied Algebra (1credit) and Geometry or Applied Geometry (1 credit) or beyond.
Note: Many colleges or universities require completion through Intermediate Algebra and beyond.
Secondary Math Core Requirement: Secondary Math 1, Secondary Math II, and Secondary Math III.
SOCIAL STUDIES – 3 credits
|Geography for Life||1 credit|
|Ancient/Modern World||.5 credit|
|United States History||1 credit|
|U.S. Government and Citizenship||.5 credit|
HEALTHY LIFESTYLES/FITNESS – 2 credits
|Coed PE – Participation Skills & Techniques||.5 credit|
|Dyn Fit or Aerobics||.5 credit|
|PE Elective||.5 credit|
CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION / APPLIED TECHNOLOGY – 1 credit
|Technology & Engineering or
Child Development or
|Applied Technology Elective||.5 credit|
EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY – .5 credit
|Computer Technology or OSS 1400||.5 credit|
FINANCIAL LITERACY – .5 credit
|Financial Literacy or OSS 1060||.5 credit|
ELECTIVES – 4.5 credits
All students must complete 4.5 elective credits. If a student is planning to attend a college or university, two credits of World Language is recommended (required by some). Additional math, science, social studies, and English are also recommended. Advanced Placement (AP) classes and Concurrent Enrollment classes are also recommended for students planning to attend a college or university. If a student is planning to enter a vocational program he/she should take the classes related to that vocational goal.