I would die without my life.
19th January 2004
@WiNPhREAk: I highly suggest you that your 13th post in this thread contains more than 1 word or 1 smilie. (And, if possible, that it has anything relevant with the topic)
08'aIgnorance is not an excuse
28th November 2003
AegenemmnoNyou should do good in this. :)
yours is as good as mine....maybe that isnt a compliment. :lol:
Thanks Aeg :)
English has always been easy for me.
GhostIm guessing Cambo goes to a private school. I go back on august 27th :( and :)
no its a pubic highschool, the 9th graders have their own center so we dont get mollested by upper class :)
SpiderGoatAnother peculiar thing: you only study American history?
No. Each grade level has different class requirements. For example, the Social Studies requirements are: 9th grade-one semester of geography and one semster of government. 10th grade- World History 11th grade- US History 12th grade- I'm not sure, but I think you either take AP European History, a social studies elective, or a social studies class may not be required. Like i daid, I'm not sure. At least that's the way it works at my school.
in texas it works World History Texas History American Histor that patern through elementery and middle school and then Geography is added to the list. mapping is gonna suck.
I didn't make it!
Texas history is only taught in Texas before ninth grade, not after.
And yes we study World History, but American history is more important here. Last year I was in honors world history. I am not taking it this year but next year I am doing something that deals with phychology for the social studies department. That is for half the semester, and then I study politics for the other half. The class I am most excited about though would be AP physics in my senior year.
Alright, I found a chart of requirments to graduate: The Boulder Valley School District requires that a minimum of 220 credits be earned in grades 9-12. The following credits must be earned in the area listed below: Language Arts- 40 credits 9th graders- must take Freshmen language Arts (English) either regular or advanced for a total of 10 credits. 10th graders- must take World Literature and Composition, either regular or advanced, for a total of 10 credits. 11th graders- must take American Literature and Composition, either regula or advanced, for a total of 10 credits 12 graders -must take one semester of Communications and one semester of a language arts elective, for a total of 5 credits each. Social Studies- 30 credits 9th graders-must take one semster of US Government and one semester of World geography, for a total of 5 credits each (10 total). 10th graders- must take World History for a total of 10 credits. 11th graders- must take US History for a total of ten credits. Math- 20 credits It is recomended (not required) for students to go through Algebra 2. As long as they take two years of math, they will graduate. Science- 20 credits Students must have at least 10 credits in Earth Science (Physical, chemistry, Physics, Geology) and 10 Life Science credits (Biology, physiology, anatomy) Physical Education-15 credits 9th graders must take comprehensive PE for 5 credits. When this is cmplete, students must ake two more PE electives before they graduate (Bowling, team Sports, raquet ports, Arobics, weight training). Health- 5 credits 10th graders are required to take one semester of health for 10 credits. Humanities- 10 credits Humanities include: Music, Art, or World language. Practical Arts- 5 credits Students must take one semester of practical arts. These include: Computers, business, Consumer Studies. Students may choose which one they want to take. Electives- 75 credits Students must choose electives. They mat take as many, or little, as they like as long as they get a minimum of 75 credits. The total is 220 credits to graduate. I myself have 70 credits. So that's how it works in Colorado.