The State of California requires that all students must pass a course of study in Mathematics while in grades 9-12 that meets or exceeds the California Content Standards for Algebra I. Mathematics 1 meets this requirement.
The State of California also requires students pass the Physical Fitness requirements. If students pass the Physical Fitness requirement, they are required to take two year of PE for graduation. If students fail to pass the Physical Fitness requirement, they will be required to complete additional years of PE (until the Physical Fitness requirement is passed) to meet graduation requirements.
In order to receive a Charter Oak High School (COHS) diploma, students must attend COHS the second semester of their senior year. Students transferring from any alternative program must be enrolled the entire second semester of their senior year.
|20 - 40|
|40 - 60|
Grade of “B” or better in a Royal Oak Middle School elective course utilizing computer technology. Or, one semester of Computer Applications, or a Career Technical Education course at the high school level utilizing computer technology. Or, one-year enrollment in Oak Knoll Virtual Academy. Or, through a practical demonstration of skills and competencies, as determined by the Superintendent or designee (CA Educ Code § 51225.3).
|Students experiencing difficulty in basic skills may be required to enroll in intervention classes, such as Reading Fundamentals, Math Intervention, Study Skills, or similar intervention courses.|
One year of electives must be taken in both Fine and Practical Arts. These electives meet the COUSD graduation requirements.
However, the electives may or may not meet college or university requirements.
|Cinema||Band||BETA Courses||Speech||World Language
|Drama||Music Appreciation||Computer Courses||Yearbook||Fine Arts
|Chorus||World Language||Technology Courses||Journalism||Lab Assistant|