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CURRICULUM for the 2017-2018 School Year

Curriculum Planning Sheet
Freshman Sophomore
Religion I Religion II
English I English II
Mathematics  Mathematics 
Biology Environmental Science/
Chemistry H
Civics (Pt. 1)/ AP Government & Politics (Pt. 1) Civics (Pt. 2)/ AP Government & Politics (Pt. 2)
Health  P.E. II/Varsity Athletics
Fine Arts Elective Foreign Language
Foreign Language or Reading Elective (1 credit)
ELECTIVE CHOICES: ELECTIVE CHOICES:
Art, Band, Chorus, Fine Arts Survey, Foreign Language (French, Latin, Spanish), Introduction to Engineering Design, Media Arts, Reading Independent Study A+ Certification, Accounting, AP Human Geography, AP Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, Art, Band, Chorus, Computer Architecture, Computer Science, Fine Arts Survey, Foreign Language (French, Latin, Spanish), Multimedia Productions (Media Arts II in 2018-19) Music Appreciation, Personal & Family Finance, Principles of Engineering, Publications (Newspaper), Publications (Yearbook), Speech, Web Mastering
Junior Senior
Religion III Religion IV
English III English IV
Mathematics Mathematics
Chemistry/AP Biology/AP Environmental Science/ Chemistry II H Physics
American History Western Civilization/World History
Health & P.E. III/Varsity Athletics P.E. IV/Varsity Athletics
Semester Elective Semester Elective
Elective (1 credit) Elective (1 credit)
ELECTIVE CHOICES: ELECTIVE CHOICES:
Independent Study A+ Certification, Accounting, Advanced Dance, Advanced Technical Drafting, AP Human Geography, AP Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, AP Psychology, Architectural Drafting,Art, Ballet I, Ballet II, Band, Chorus, Civil Engineering & Architecture (2018-19), Computer Architecture, Computer Science, Fine Arts Survey, Foreign Language (French, Latin, Spanish), History Through Film, Law Studies, Multimedia Productions (Media Arts II in 2018-19), Music Appreciation, Music & Technology (Media Arts III in 2018-19), Personal & Family Finance, AP Statistics, Principles of Engineering, Psychology, Publications (Newspaper), Publications (Yearbook), Speech, Sports Medicine I & II, Technical Theatre, Theatre I - II, Web Mastering Independent Study A+ Certification, Accounting, Advanced Dance, Advanced Technical Drafting, AP Human Geography, AP Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, AP Music Theory, AP Psychology, Architectural Drafting,Art, Ballet I, Ballet II, Band, Chorus, Civil Engineering & Architecture (2018-19), Computer Architecture, Computer Science, Fine Arts Survey, Foreign Language (French, Latin, Spanish), History Through Film, Law Studies, Multimedia Productions (Media Arts II in 2018-19), Music Appreciation, Music & Technology (Media Arts III in 2018-19), Personal & Family Finance, AP Statistics, Principles of Engineering, Psychology, Publications (Newspaper), Publications (Yearbook), Speech, Sports Medicine I & II, Technical Theatre, Theatre I - II, Web Mastering
8th Grade Graduation Requirements

Eighth grade students must have seven units. Eighth-graders with exceptional aptitude in English, math or science are eligible to take classes for high school credit in those subjects. An eighth grade student who fails any subject during the regular school session must successfully complete remedial work in that subject area in a summer session approved by the Catholic High School administration before he may advance to the freshman year at Catholic High School.

Religion 8 Louisiana History 8
Science 8 Prealgebra/ Algebra I/ Algebra I H
English 8 Elective: Beginning Band, Beginning Choir or
Foreign Language (French, Latin or Spanish), Art
 
Health and P.E. 8  
Catholic High School Graduation Requirements

To graduate from Catholic High School, students must earn a minimum of 26 credits. The curriculum planning sheet is designed to help students plan a curriculum for the entire high school program. The student must take seven credits in both freshman and sophomore years, at least six credits in the junior and senior years. Catholic High's college-preparatory curriculum is designed to provide students an opportunity to meet the entrance requirements of most colleges and universities. Parents and students are encouraged to investigate requirements of schools they are considering.

Course Credits
Religion 4
English 4  
Fine Arts 1
Foreign Language (In Sequence) 2
Health and P.E. 2  
Mathematics 4
Science 4
Social Studies 3
General Electives 2  
Total Credits 26
Curriculum Planning Sheet
8th Grade Graduation Requirements
High School Graduation Requirements
Curriculum Planning Sheet
Freshman Sophomore Junior Senior
Religion I Religion II Religion III Religion IV
English I English II English III English IV
Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics Mathematics
Biology Environmental Science/
Chemistry H
Chemistry/ AP Biology/AP Environmental Science/ Chemistry II H Physics
Civics (Pt. 1)/AP Government & Politics (Pt. 1) Civics (Pt. 2)/AP Comparative Government & Politics (Pt. 2) American History Western Civilization/World History
Health P.E. II/Varsity Athletics P.E. III/Varsity Athletics P.E. IV/Varsity Athletics
Fine Arts Elective Foreign Language Semester Elective Semester Elective
Foreign Language or Reading Elective (1 credit) Elective (1 credit) Elective (1 credit)
ELECTIVE CHOICES: ELECTIVE CHOICES: ELECTIVE CHOICES: ELECTIVE CHOICES:
Art, Band, Chorus, Fine Arts Survey, Foreign Language (French, Latin, Spanish), Introduction to Engineering Design, Media Arts, Reading Independent Study A+ Certification, Accounting, AP Human Geography, AP Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, Art, Band, Chorus, Computer Architecture, Computer Science, Fine Arts Survey, Foreign Language (French, Latin, Spanish), Multimedia Productions (Media Arts II in 2018-19) Music Appreciation, Personal & Family Finance, Principles of Engineering, Publications (Newspaper), Publications (Yearbook), Speech, Web Mastering Independent Study A+ Certification, Accounting, Advanced Dance, Advanced Technical Drafting, AP Human Geography, AP Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, AP Psychology, Architectural Drafting,Art, Ballet I, Ballet II, Band, Chorus, Civil Engineering & Architecture (2018-19), Computer Architecture, Computer Science, Fine Arts Survey, Foreign Language (French, Latin, Spanish), History Through Film, Law Studies, Multimedia Productions (Media Arts II in 2018-19), Music Appreciation, Music & Technology (Media Arts III in 2018-19), Personal & Family Finance, AP Statistics, Principles of Engineering, Psychology, Publications (Newspaper), Publications (Yearbook), Speech, Sports Medicine I & II, Technical Theatre, Theatre I - II, Web Mastering Independent Study A+ Certification, Accounting, Advanced Dance, Advanced Technical Drafting, AP Human Geography, AP Macroeconomics, AP Microeconomics, AP Music Theory, AP Psychology, Architectural Drafting,Art, Ballet I, Ballet II, Band, Chorus, Civil Engineering & Architecture (2018-19), Computer Architecture, Computer Science, Fine Arts Survey, Foreign Language (French, Latin, Spanish), History Through Film, Law Studies, Multimedia Productions (Media Arts II in 2018-19), Music Appreciation, Music & Technology (Media Arts III in 2018-19), Personal & Family Finance, AP Statistics, Principles of Engineering, Psychology, Publications (Newspaper), Publications (Yearbook), Speech, Sports Medicine I & II, Technical Theatre, Theatre I - II, Web Mastering
Eighth Grade Graduation Requirements

Eighth grade students must have seven units. Eighth-graders with exceptional aptitude in English, math or science are eligible to take classes for high school credit in those subjects. An eighth grade student who fails any subject during the regular school session must successfully complete remedial work in that subject area in a summer session approved by the Catholic High School administration before he may advance to the freshman year at Catholic High School.

Religion 8 Louisiana History 8
Science 8 Prealgebra/ Algebra I/ Algebra I H
English 8 Elective: Beginning Band, Beginning Choir or
Foreign Language (French, Latin or Spanish), Art
 
Health and P.E. 8  
High School Graduation Requirements

To graduate from Catholic High School, students must earn a minimum of 26 credits. The curriculum planning sheet is designed to help students plan a curriculum for the entire high school program. The student must take seven credits in both freshman and sophomore years, at least six credits in the junior and senior years. Catholic High's college-preparatory curriculum is designed to provide students an opportunity to meet the entrance requirements of most colleges and universities. Parents and students are encouraged to investigate requirements of schools they are considering.

Course Credits
Religion 4
English 4  
Fine Arts 1
Foreign Language (In Sequence) 2
Health and P.E. 2  
Mathematics 4
Science 4
Social Studies 3
General Electives 2  
Total Credits 26