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High School Scholar Planning Sheet

This will assist you in planning your high school experience and success in completing your education at AHA with a college preparatory diploma. This schedule is dependent on the scholar’s successful completion of each class.

9th Grade

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade

Credits*

4 credits of English

English 9 (1cr)

English 10 (1cr)

English 11 (1cr)

English 12 (1cr)

4 credits of math

Math (1cr)

Math (1cr)

Math (1cr)

Math (1cr)

4 credits of History

World History (1cr)

American History (1cr)

Government (1cr)

Documents of Civilization (1cr)

4 credits of science

Science (1cr)

Science (1cr)

Science (1cr)

Science (1cr)

4 credits of foreign language

Foreign Language (1cr)

Foreign Language (1cr)

Foreign Language (1cr)

Foreign Language (1cr)

2 credits of Economics

Financial Management (1cr)

Economics (1cr)

1 credit Leadership

Leadership and 3 Core Values (1cr)

1 credit Health

Health (1 cr)

3 credits Writing Seminar

Writing Seminar

Writing Seminar

Writing Seminar

1 PE credit (choose at least one year to participate)

4 elective credits (I per year)

Elective

Elective

Elective

Elective

Credits earned

8

8

8

8

Cumulative credits

8

16

24

32

Class Descriptions

Leadership and 3 Core Values: This class is based on the 3 Core Pillars of AHA, Leadership Faith and Patriotism and taken as a 9th grade scholar. Scholars will study those values with an emphasis on leadership and the characteristics of a leader.

Financial Management: This is a personal finance management class taught to the 10 grade scholars. It is the Dave Ramsey Curriculum.

Foreign Language: Scholars are required to take a minimum of 4 years of a foreign language. This is an online class produced by the Rosetta Stone Educational Department. There are twenty five languages to choose from and scholars will need to take a minimum of two years of the same language to meet this graduation requirement.

Math Classes: These are taken in succession, meaning scholar’s need to pass the class in order to move to the next level. Scholars who have taken some of these classes in Upper Grammar will receive High School credit for those classes. Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Pre-calculus, and Calculus I and Calculus II are all offered.

Science Classes: The following classes are offered Biology, Chemistry, Physical Science and Physics.

PE Class: Each scholar is expected to participate in an afterschool sport which is how the PE credit is earned.

Electives: We offer religious studies, speech and debate, and theater during the school day as a year long class fulfilling the elective credit.

Music classes are offered afterschool and include orchestra.

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