In the course of a normal four-year program in grades 9 through 12, a student is required to complete satisfactorily the departmental requirements outlined below. One credit unit equals one semester of course work.
|Computer Science||.5 unit|
|Foreign Language||6 units|
|Health and Physical Education||2.33 units|
|Performing Arts||1 unit|
|Religious Studies||2 units|
|Social Studies||6 units|
|Senior Comprehensive Project||.25 units|
|Visual Arts & Design||1 unit|
Students take a minimum of five units each semester. Students may take more than one course per semester in a given subject area with the approval of the department chair and the division director. The various departmental requirements fulfill 39.83 credit units. Students need to earn a minimum of 40 credit units to graduate.
Any alteration in the four-year sequence must be approved by the head of school and the director of the Upper School. Credit requirements for graduation are a minimum standard. The completion of the specified credits prior to the end of the senior year does not entitle a student to early graduation.