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2017-18 Master Schedule5/26/2017
Period 1Period 2Period 3Period 4Period 5Period 6Period 7Period 8
Junior High8:15 - 9:019:05-9:519:55 - 10:4110:45 - 11:5411:58 - 12:4412:48 - 1:341:38 - 2:242:28 - 3:14
High School8:19 - 9:059:09 - 9:559:59 - 10:4510:49 - 11:3511:39 - 12:4812:52 - 1:381:42- 2:282:32 - 3:18
Allgood8 History8 HistoryWorld HistoryWorld History8 History8 HistoryPLANWorld History
Berhorst8 Science8 ScienceAccouting I/II7th Computers - Quarters8 Science8 ScienceBus Tech IPLAN
BonnessHS PEHS PEPLAN8th PE - semSACCAthletic Conditioning7th PE - semHS PE
ChristianHS BandChoirJH Band8th ChoirHES - 12:30-1:00PLANPianoJazz Band
DanielsStudy SkillPLANJH ReadingHS Pre-AlgebraStudy SkillsStudy SkillsStudy SkillsStudy Skills
PEPLANAthletic Conditioning8th PE - semAthletic ConditioningHS PEAcademic LabAthletic ConditioningAthletic Conditioning
EllisonStudy SkillsStudy SkillsStudy SkillsStudy SkillsStudy Skills
GeisendorferFoodsFoodsPLANChild DevelopmentFashion & Int. Design. /Interior Design Adv.Nutrition/Leadership8th FACS-QuartersFashion & Design Construction
GrayComputer ConceptsBusiness Tech IIAdvanced ComputersPLANComputer ConceptsDesktop Pub /Multi MediaComputer ConceptsBus. Management
HamlinPLANAg. Science IGreenhouse7th Ag. - QuartersAg Animal Science/Crop ScienceAg Power / Ag Const.Ag Science IIAg. Science I
HarveyJH Reading8th SSkillsJH Reading7th SSkills
Kirkham,MAlgebra IICollege AlgebraPLANAdvMath-TrigAlgebra IICollege AlgebraCalculusAlgebra II
Leeser, BGovernmentUS HistoryGovernmentPLANGovernmentUS HistoryGovernmentUS History
MannPLANCeramicsPainting7th Art - QuartersDrawingArt I8th Art - QuartersArt I
Degarmo7 History7 HistoryUS HistoryPsychology7 History7 HistoryADAD
MeyerPLAN/HealthHealth/PLAN7th PE - sem 7th Health QuartersHealth/HealthAerobics8th Health Quarters8th Academic Lab
Miller, SPlanPlanWoods IWoods IIWoods IWoods IIIndustrial Technology ( 2hrs)
MurphyPLAN/SpeechSr Applied CommApplied CommunicationsLA IVLA IVSpeech/PLAN LA IVMass Media
Parrish8 Algebra 1A8 Pre-AlgAlgebra 1APLAN8 Pre-Alg8 Algebra 1AAlgebra 1AJH Academic Lab - 8th
Raleigh C.8 LA8 LA8th Reading - sem8th Reading - sem8 LA8 LAPLANJH Academic Lab - 8th
Raleigh, T.Spanish 1Spanish IPLANSpanish IIISpanish IISpanish II8th For. Lang. - QuartersSpanish IV
ArnsmanPesonal FinancePersonal FinancePLANPersonal FinanceAcademic LabAcademic LabCurrent Events7th Academic Lab
SparksBandJH Band7th Choir
Strange7 Math7 MathDual Credit /Academic LabPLAN7 Math7 Pre AlgebraDual Credit /Academic LabJH Academic Lab - 7th
GriesbaumBiologyBiologyPhysical SciencePhysical ScienceBiologyBiologyPhysical SciencePLAN
TuckerPLANAdv. ChemistryPhysicsChemistryAnatomyAdv. BiologyChemistryAcademic Lab
TurpinAlgebra 1BAlgebra 1BGeometryInformal GeometryAlgebra IBAlgebra 1BPLANGeometry
Winters7 Science7 ScienceMarine ScienceZoology/Botany7 Science7 SciencePLANJH Academic Lab - 7th

Students who enroll full time at an NCAA Division I school this fall must graduate high school and meet ALL the following requirements:

  • Complete 16 core courses:
    • Four years of English
    • Three years of math (Algebra 1 or higher)
    • Two years of natural/physical science (including one year of lab science if your high school offers it)
    • One additional year of English, math or natural/physical science
    • Two years of social science
    • Four additional years of English, math, natural/physical science, social science, foreign language, comparative religion or philosophy
  • Complete 10 core courses, including seven in English, math or natural/physical science, before the start of the seventh semester. Once students begin their seventh semester, they must have more than 10 core courses completed to be able to repeat or replace any of the 10 courses used in the preliminary academic certification.
  • Earn at least a 2.3 GPA in their core courses.
  • Earn an SAT combined score or ACT sum score matching their core-course GPA on the Division I sliding scale, which balances their test score and core-course GPA. If students have a low test score, they will need a higher core-course GPA to be eligible. If they have a low core-course GPA, they will need a higher test score to be eligible.  
For more resources regarding these changes, visit NCAA.org/student-athletes/play-division-i-sports or the Division I Academic Requirements Guide.