Course Options

GHHS College and Career Pathways

***** Any student can challenge themselves with an Honors or AP Course. *****Your second year of PE can be taken during the summer



General

Freshman

  • Intro to lit
  • Math 1
  • Biology
  • PE or Dance
  • 2 electives

Sophomore

  • World Lit
  • Math II
  • Chemistry
  • World History
  • PE
  • 1 elective

Junior

  • American Lit
  • Math III
  • US History
  • Fine Art
  • 3 electives

Senior

  • ERWC
  • Govt./Econ
  • 4 electives

AVID

Freshman

  • Intro to lit
  • Math 1
  • Biology
  • PE or Dance & AVID I
  • World Language

Sophomore

  • World Lit
  • Math II
  • Chemistry
  • World History
  • World Language II
  • AVID II & PE(summer school)

Junior

  • American Lit
  • Math III
  • US History
  • AVID III & Fine Art
  • Foreign Lang III

Senior

  • ERWC
  • Govt./Econ
  • AVID IV
  • 3 electives

Honors/ AP

Freshman

  • Intro to lit (H)
  • Math 1 (H)
  • Biology (H)
  • PE or Dance
  • World Lang
  • 1 elective

Sophomore

  • World Lit (H)
  • Math II (H)
  • Chem. (H/AP)
  • W. History (H)
  • PE
  • World Language II

Junior

  • American Lit AP
  • Math III (H)
  • Physics & APUSH
  • World Lang III
  • AP Seminar

Senior

  • ERWC AP
  • Govt./Econ AP
  • AP Research
  • Fine Art
  • 2 electives

Hospitality

Freshman

  • Intro to lit
  • Math 1
  • Biology
  • PE or Dance
  • Culinary or Bakery I
  • 1 elective

Sophomore

  • World Lit
  • Math II
  • Chemistry
  • World History
  • PE
  • Culinary or Bakery II

Junior

  • American Lit
  • Math III
  • US History
  • Fine Art
  • 2 electives (Cul or Bakery)

Senior

  • ERWC
  • Govt./Econ
  • Culinary or Bakery II
  • 4 electives

Medical

Freshman

  • Intro to lit
  • Math 1
  • Biology
  • PE or Dance
  • Med. Core 1
  • 1 elective

Sophomore

  • World Lit
  • Math II
  • Chemistry
  • World History
  • PE
  • Med. Core 2

Junior

  • American Lit
  • Math III
  • US History
  • Sports Therapy I
  • Fine Art
  • 1 elective

Senior

  • ERWC
  • Govt./Econ
  • Sports Therapy II
  • EKG/ Phlebotomy
  • 2 electives

SCADA

Freshman

  • Intro to lit
  • Math 1
  • Biology*Data
  • PE or Dance
  • AP Comp. Science
  • World Language

Sophomore

  • World Lit
  • Math II
  • Chemistry
  • World History
  • Physics fund/elect
  • World Lang II
  • PE(summer school)

Junior

  • American Lit
  • Math III
  • US History
  • Fine Art
  • Comp Sci Robotics
  • Mechatronics

Senior

  • ERWC
  • Govt./Econ
  • Flexible Mfg Sys
  • 3 electives

VAPA

Freshman

  • Intro to lit
  • Math 1
  • Biology
  • PE/Dance
  • Choir and/or Band
  • World Lang

Sophomore

  • World Lit
  • Math II
  • Chemistry
  • World History
  • PE/Dance/
  • Choir and/or Band
  • World Lang. II

Junior

  • American Lit
  • Math III
  • US History
  • PE/Dance/
  • Choir and/or Band
  • World Lang

Senior

  • ERWC
  • Govt./Econ
  • PE/Dance/
  • Choir and/or Band
  • World Lang

Graduation Requirements

English

English must include 10 units Intro Lit/Comp; 10 credits World Lit/Comp, 10 credits American Literature, and 10 credits other Literature based course (ERWC).

Required Credits: 40

Science

Science (minimum of 10 credits biological and 10 credits Physical Science)

Required Credits: 20

Mathematics

Mathematics (at least one course or combination of two courses shall meet or exceed state academic content standards for Algebra I or Math I).

Required Credits: 30

Vocational Courses

Foreign Language, Visual/Performing Arts, or Vocational courses must include one course, 10 credits, in Visual/Performing Arts or Foreign Language).

Required Credits: 20

World History, Geography and Culture

Required Credits: 10

PE

Required Credits: 20

United States History and Geography

Required Credits: 10

American Government/Economics

Required Credits: 10

Elective Courses

(may include courses from the categories listed above)

Required Credits: 70

Total Credits: 230

Credit Recovery Options

Summer School: Summer school forms available in February. Deadline: March 23, 2018

After school credit recovery courses are sometimes available. They start the second week of the semester.

Courses offered: Restaurant: Catering, and Bakery Occupations. Sign up in Counseling.

Volunteer: Get an application from your Counselor (70 hours = 5 credits)

Victor Valley College classes: www.vvc.edu (Get a concurrent enrollment form from Counseling)

Work Experience: Sign up with Ms. Reed in the Career Center (A215).

Class Changes

Class changes are made only for academic purposes. Elective changes are only made based on availability.


Your request can be denied due to the following reasons:

  • The class requested is closed/full.
  • The student does not meet the prerequisite for the class.
  • Changes are not made for a specific teacher.
  • Teachers may not request a student to attend a particular period.
  • No period changes or reordering of classes.
  • Changes are not made due to participation in extracurricular activities.
  • Student's request requires a parent signature.
  • The student did not meet the deadline for class changes
  • Level changes are done only through the teacher.