A college education builds on the knowledge and skills acquired in earlier years. If you plan to attend a public college or university in Oklahoma, it's best for you to start planning a high school course schedule early.
These courses are required for a "standard" high school diploma. they'll prepare you for college, and you'll learn valuable skills in case you decide to get a job right out of high school.
|English||4 units||grammar, composition and literature|
|Mathematics||3 units||Algebra1, Algebra 2, geometry, math, analysis, trigonometry, pre-calculas (must have completed geometry and Algebra 2), calculas and Advanced Placement statistics|
|Laboratory Science||3 units||biolegy, chemistry, physics or any lab science certified by the school district; general science courses don't qualify|
|History and Citizenship Skills||3 units||Including 1 unit of American history, goverment, geography, economics, civics and/ or non-Western culture|
|Other||2 units||from any of the subjects above or from computer science or foreighn language|
Remember requirements may change, and they may be different for private institutions, so alway check with your counselor for details.