Students earn one credit upon successful completion of a yearlong course and one-half credit upon successful completion of a semester course.
To graduate, students must earn 18 credits and meet the following distribution requirements:
ARTS: One credit of visual and/or performing art
ENGLISH: Four years of English, including English VI
HISTORY: Two years, including Modern World History and U.S. History. In addition, Third Formers must complete World History.
LANGUAGES: Three years of the same language through level III
MATHEMATICS: Three years of mathematics, including Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II
SCIENCE: Two core laboratory sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science)
To pass a yearlong course, the average of the first and second semesters must be a passing grade. In addition, Sixth Formers must pass all course work undertaken during the second semester to graduate.