Credits Needed To Graduate: 230 – We can get you there.



Subjects "a-g"Oakdale Charter RequirementsMinimum UC & CSU Requirements
ExamsCA High School Exit ExamSAT or ACT
Social Studies (a)3 years - 30 credits2 years - 20 credits
English (b)4 years - 40 credits4 years - 40 credits
Math (c)3 years - 30 credits 3 years - 30 credits (4 yrs recommended)
Science (d)2 years - 20 credits2 years - 20 credits (3 yrs recommended)
Foreign Language (e)None2 years - 20 credits (3 yrs recommended)
Visual/Performing Arts (f)1 year - 10 credits1 year - 10 credits
Electives (g)7 courses - 70 credits1 year - 10 credits
Physical Education2 years - 20 creditsNone
Health/Computers2 courses - 10 creditsNone

Coursework

Students who have completed coursework for Geometry in Grade 8 with a C or better or have scored Proficient or Advanced on the Geometry CST, have met the high school requirement for one of the three courses of mathematics in grades 9-12 for high school graduation. Students in grades 9-12 who have not completed Algebra I in grades 7 or 8, must do so as part of the three math courses required in high school for high school graduation.



A-G Course List: Oakdale Charter

“Courses from California high schools used to satisfy the “a-g” subject requirements must be certified by UC and appear on the school’s “a-g” course list. These courses are to be academically challenging, involving substantial reading, writing, problems and laboratory work (as appropriate), and show serious attention to analytical thinking, factual content and developing students’ oral and listening skills.” Source: University of California Guide, A-G Requirements

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