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Maple Lake High School Graduation Requirements

Maple Lake High School Graduation Requirements

Grades 9 through 12

To receive a diploma from Maple Lake High School, you must meet the following criteria; Grades 9 through 12 must take 48 semester courses earning 90 credits.

  • Minimum 8 semesters of English
    • 2 English 9
    • 2 English 10
    • 4 English in grades 11-12
  • Minimum 6 semesters of Math
  • Minimum 6 semesters of Science
    • 2 Physical Science 9
    • 2 Biology
    • 2 Science in grades 11-12  (Must include Chemistry or Physics)
  • Minimum 7 semesters of Social Studies
    • 2 Civics
    • 2 U.S. History 10 Part 1 & 2
    • 2 Social Studies 11 Part 1 & 2
    • 1 Politics / Economics
  • Minimum 1 Semester of Fitness
  • Minimum 1 Semester of Health
  • Minimum 2 Semesters of an Art Performance Class
  • Additional 16 semesters of elective credits

HONOR ROLL DETERMINATION

After each quarter, a “B” honor roll is published, including names of students whose average for the quarter is 2.670 or higher. Also, an “A” honor roll is published, including names of students whose average for the quarter is 3.670 or higher. Membership on an honor roll is determined by finding the average value of all grades earned per quarter. The alternative method for calculating GPA will no longer be used when calculating honor roll. To be included on the Honor Roll, students must carry a minimum of five ranked courses. The point value of each grade is as follows in the table below:

Honor Roll Determination (Based on 4.0 Scale)

A : 4.0

B-: 2.67

D+: 1.330

A-: 3.67

C+: 2.330

D: 1.0

B+: 3.330

C: 2.0

D-: 0.670

B: 3.0

C-: 1.67

F: 0.0


4 year College Requirements : 

  • 4 year of English-9, 10, 11, 12
  • 3 years of Math: Algerbra, Advanced Algerbra, & Geometry
  • 4 years of Social Studies: US History, Social 11 (part 1 & 2), US Politics and Economics, World Geography
  • 3 years of lab Science: Physical Science Systems, Biology &Chemistry or Physics
  • 2 years of World Language

POST SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS

Allows high school juniors and seniors to take courses at a post secondary institution for high school credit. Please see school counselor to see if you meet the eligibility criteria.