Rancho Dominguez Preparatory School

Graduation Requirements

Class of 2017

Los Angeles Unified School District

Class of 2017 & 2018 Graduation Requirements

LAUSD Bulletin 6166.0

All the Requirements for California State University (CSU), California Department of Education (CDE), AND Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) must be met in order to receive a High School Diploma

Minimum CSU

“a-g” Requirements

 

*Must pass these courses with C or higher

A – History/Social Science

B – English

C -  Math

D - Lab Science

E – Language other than English

F – Visual & Performing Arts

G – College Prep Elective

3 Years

4 years

3 years

2 years

2 years

1year

1 year

30 credits

40 credits

30 credits

20 credits

20 credits

10 credits

10 credits

Substitution     No Validation

Substitution     No Validation

Validation

Validation (Chemistry only)

Validation

No Validation   No Substitution

No Validation   No Substitution

In addition to CSU

CDE & LAUSD Requirements

 

Must pass these courses with D or higher

Physical Education

Health

Electives

 

California High School Exit Exam

 

Service Learning

Career Pathway

2 years

½ year

 

 

Pass

 

complete

complete

20 credits

  5 credits

25 credits

No Validation   No Substitution

No Validation   No Substitution

No Validation   No Substitution

 

Must pass with 350 or higher in

ELA AND Math

 

Promotional Credits

10th grade 50 credits + Meet A-G requirement

11th grade 105 credits+ Meet A-G requirement

12th grade 160 credits+ Meet A-G requirement

 

 

 

TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED

 

 

 

 

210

 

*For Validation and Substitution rules, see Counselor or LAUSD Bulletin 6166.0 for details

Please note that completion of the minimum LAUSD graduation requirements does not guarantee admission to a University of California (UC) or California State University (CSU) campus.  To be competitive for college and scholarships students are encouraged to complete “a-g” courses beyond the minimum fifteen with a grade of “C” or better.  For admission, colleges consider other areas such as scores on SAT/ACT exams, Grade Point Average (GPA) and extra-curricular activities.  For additional requirements, students may visit the specific college website they are interested in.