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Grade Level Status
For the official records, credits earned determine grade level placement. Grade level placement will be determined in the following manner:
- Freshman 4.75 credits and below
- Sophomore 5 – 10 credits
- Junior 10.25 – 16.75 credits
- Senior 17 or more credits
Warren G. Harding High School Graduation Requirements:
Graduation Requirements include the specific Credit Hours described below PLUS an assessment as also described below:
21 Total Credits:
- Four (4) credits in English
- One half (.5) credit of Health
- Four (4) credits in Math – must include 1 unit of algebra II or the equivalent of algebra II.
- One half (.5) credit of Physical Education – ½ unit requires (2) PE classes.
- Three (3) credits in Science (Physical, Biology) – Science units must include 1 unit of physical sciences, 1 unit of life sciences, and 1 unit advanced study in one or more of the following sciences: chemistry, physics, or other physical science; advanced biology or other life science; astronomy, physical geology, or other earth or space science.
- Three (3) credits in Social Studies (World Studies, U.S. History, Government) – Social Studies units must include 1 unit of American History and 1 unit of American Government.
- One half (.5) credit of Financial Literacy (embedded in American Government course)
- One (1) credit Fine Arts
- Five (5) Elective Credits
Assessment Options: End of Course Exams, ACT, SAT,or Industrial Credentialing
- End of Course Exams (5points available on each exam):
- 4 Pts from ELA I and ELA II
- 4 Pts from Algebra I and Geometry
- 10 Pts from Biology (or Physical Science for the class of 2018 only), American History, and American Government.
- 18 Total Points
- A score of 22 in Reading
- A score of 18 in English
- A score of 22 in Math
- A score of 480 in EBRW
- A score of 530 in Math
- Industry-recognized credential and score on workforce readiness test– Earn an industry-recognized credential or a group of credentials totaling 12 points and earn the required score on the WorkKeys test.