RHS and WHS mathematics graduation requirement:
CSU & UC schools recommend completion of mathematics through Algebra 2
Scenario One: Student placed in regular 7^{th} grade math as a 7^{th} grader 7^{th} Grade: 7^{th} Grade Mathematics
8th Grade: Algebra 1
9^{th} Grade: Geometry or Advanced Geometry (placement criteria for Advanced course = A in algebra 1 both semesters AND "proficient" score on the California Standards Test for algebra 1 OR B average in algebra 1 AND "advanced" score on the CST for algebra 1)10^{th} Grade: Algebra 2 or Advanced Algebra 2 (placement criteria for Advanced course = A in algebra 1 and geometry both semesters AND "proficient" score on the California Standards Test for algebra 1 OR B average in algebra 1 and geometry AND "advanced" score on the CST for algebra 1)11^{th} Grade: Pre Calculus 12^{th} Grade: Calculus AB Scenario Two: Student placed in Algebra 1 as a 7^{th} grader
Placement in 7^{th} grade algebra 1 is based on the CST scores, algebra readiness test scores and availability of seats in the class. 7^{th} Grade: Algebra 1
8th Grade: Geometry* (taught at the Advanced Geometry pace)
Students CAN retake Geometry which has been successfully completed in middle school, but only in the 9th grade. Course credit and grade points will be assigned to the highest grade earned.
10^{th} Grade: Pre Calculus 11^{th} Grade: Calculus AB 12^{th} Grade: Calculus BC |