To be eligible for graduation, students must:
1. Earn 230 credits
2. Complete all subject requirements
Clovis Unified 2016-2017 Course Catalog
The Course Description Catalog describes Clovis Unified School District's curricular offerings for the 2016-2017 school year. In collaboration with their counselor, students are encouraged to select interesting and challenging courses that will best prepare them for post-secondary experiences and options.
CSU/UC Approved Course List
Courses used to satisfy the "a-g" subject requirements for CSU/UC admission must be approved and appear on the Clovis High course list.
Progress Towards Graduation
Twice a year, students are provided a copy of their academic transcript which shows total credits earned and are encouraged to review in detail to determine if they are on-track for graduation. Students who are deficient in credits or subject requirements need to meet with their counselor right away to develop a plan to get back on track. For most students, this means attending summer school or completing additional independent study work during the regular school year.
|Check your status twice a year....||1st semester||2nd semester|
|Freshmen||30 credits||60 credits|
|Sophomore||80 credits||110 credits|
|Junior||140 credits||170 credits|
|Senior||200 credits||230 credits|
The AVID elective targets students in the academic middle – B, C, and even D students – who have the desire to go to college and the willingness to work hard. These students are capable of completing rigorous curriculum, but may be falling short of their potential. Often times, they will be the first in their families to attend college, and many are from socio-economically disadvantaged families. Teachers, administrators and/or other faculty typically recommend students, and the selection process involves an application and interview. Upon being selected, students must commit to all AVID expectations and participate fully each year--students and parents must be committed!