Student Name:_______________________ High School: _________________ Date: __________
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Core Academic Courses Required by Competitive California 4 year Universities

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Colleges agree the number one priority for incoming freshman is the rigor of the student's academic course work in high school. Use this form to plan and assess how your course work stack up when you are a senior. Senior now? Complete this form with your academic classes before completing the Common App or University of California application.

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Core Academic Courses Required by Competitive California 4 year Universities

  1. 1. Student Name:_______________________ High School: _________________ Date: __________ Core Academic Courses: Required by Competitive California 4 year Universities UC/CSU Requirements ALL courses must be college preparatory Minimum/Recommended/ Competitive 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade “A” requirements History/ Social Science 2 yearsoften required Honors/AP/ or college if possible for competitive “B” requirements English Only 2 semesters of 9th grade English can count 4 years most rigorous courses possible for competitive “C” requirements Mathematics 3 years often required 4 years recommended 5 years competitive “D” requirements Lab Science: 2 years in at least 2 out of 3 disciplines (Life or Physical Science) 2 years often required 3 years recommended 4 years competitive “E” requirements Foreign Language: 2 yrs of ONE foreign language 2 years often required 3 years recommended 4 years competitive “F” requirements Visual/Performing Arts Art, Dance, Drama, Music, Visual Arts Year long course can be recommended “G” requirements Electives: 1 year electives from above College courses (such as at a community college) count as honors classes. Any community college course taken should be transferable to a 4 year college/university. *Other freshman required courses (such as Driver's Ed; Health Science; Physical Education, etc.) do not count toward college, but are required for graduation. D or F grades DO NOT COUNT TOWARD THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS/ DO YOUR BEST IN YOUR CLASSES !!! www.guidedpath.net 720.465.8555 info@guidedpath.net
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