Littleton High School - Guidance Office


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2018-2019 Program of Studies


Graduation Requirements

Class of 2019 and Beyond

Graduation Planning Worksheet

REQUIREMENTS

CREDITS

English (English 9, English 10, two English electives)

4

Mathematics (Algebra I, two math electives)

4

Science (Physical Science, Biology, one science elective)

3

Social Science (World History, U.S. History, Government/Economics)

3

Physical Education

1

Health

0.5

Computer Literacy

0.5

Computer Application

0.5

Fine Arts

1

Career Technology

2

Community Service (50 Hours)

0.5

Electives

8

TOTAL CREDITS

28




New Hampshire Scholars

The New Hampshire Scholars program is an optional course of study that encourages students to follow a more rigorous Core Course of Study during their high school career.  By successfully completing more challenging courses students will be better prepared for whatever they choose to do after high school graduation. They will increase their chances of success in college and the job world, improve their ability to obtain scholarships for post high school education, and develop critical thinking skills that are valuable in any job. Students who complete one of these Core Courses of Study will be publicly recognized as New Hampshire Scholars. A student choosing to participate in the New Hampshire Scholars initiative may choose one of three pathways: NH Scholars, NH Scholars with STEM Emphasis or NH Scholars with Arts Emphasis.

Graduation planning worksheets:

If you are a NH Scholar and applying to a NH school, you are eligible for merit awards and application fee waivers. Look here for more details!


Online Learning Opportunities
With prior arrangement through the Guidance Office, students may supplement their high school education with online learning opportunities.





Guidance Staff
School Counselor
Grade 12, A-Z
Grades 8-11, M-Z
Mr. Joseph Shea
(603) 444-5601 x5226
School Counselor
Grade 7, A-Z
Grades 8-11, A-L
SAP Counselor
Grades 7-12
Mrs. Caitlin Joubert
(603) 444-5601 x5225

cjoubert@littletonschools.org

Guidance Secretary

Mrs. Katie Williams
(603) 444-5601 x5227

kwilliams@littletonschools.org


CEEB: 300340