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Graduation Requirements


Subject Area

Example of

Course Titles

UC/CSU Requirements

ARISE HIGH SCHOOL Graduation Requirements

Social Studies

Ethnic Studies

World Cultures

U.S. History

U.S. Government

Afro Latino History

Requirement A:

2 years

3 years

Language Arts

English 1-4

Shakespeare and Our Lives

Berkeley City College English 1A: Composition & Reading

Requirement B:

4 years

4 years

Mathematics

Algebra 1

Geometry

Algebra 2

Trigonometry

Pre-Calculus

College Math

AP Calculus

Requirement C:

3 years

3 years


(4 years recommended)

Science

Integrated Sciences 1, 2, 3

Biology

Chemistry

Ecology

Physics

Requirement D:

2 years

3 years

Foreign Language

Spanish 1-4

Espanol Para Hispanos 3-5

Laney College Spanish 22A/B: Spanish for Native Speakers

Requirement E:

2 years

3 years






Visual & Performing Arts

Dance

Illustration

Theatre

Intro to Mural Arts


Integrated Art 1

Integrated Art 2

Requirement F:

1 year

1 year

Academic Electives


Multicultural Arts

Creating Social Change

Applied Research Methods in Social Change

Requirement G:

1 year

1 year

Physical

Education

Outward Bound

Bicycling

Kayaking

Soccer

Not Required

1 year

College Courses

Illustration

Dance

English 17: Shakespeare

Spanish for Spanish Speakers

American Sign Language

Anthropology

Administration of Justice

Not Required

2 courses

Supplemental Educational Program

Oakland Leaf


Outward Bound

Girls Inc

BuildOn

BayPeace

Love Cultivating Schoolyards

Ever Forward Boys

Not Required

2 programs

Cultural Immersion Experience

Summer Search

Bicycling Postsession Trip

Southern CA College Tour

Outward Bound

AFS Foreign Exchange Trips

BuildOn Treks

None

1 experience

Proficiency Presentations

Scientific Inquiry

Mathematical Thinking

Literary Analysis

Historical Research and Understanding

None

4 Proficiencies completed


All of ARISE’s academic classes are UC approved and the school is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.