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Graduation Plan
North Franklin School District
Name: _________________________________ School: _________________________________ Grad Year: ________________________________
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English
English - 1 Credit CBC Crs# Term Taken
English Composition I ENGL101
English - 1 Credit (choose 1) CBC Crs# Term Taken
Composition II ENGL&102
Multicultural Literature ENGL180
Intro to Literature ENGL&111
Technical Writing ENGL&235
English Literature ENGL264
English Literature ENGL265
English Literature ENGL266
Math - 1 Credit
(Unless you have 3 credits of high school math)
Class Title CBC Crs#/PSD Crs # Term Taken
Appropriate Level
Social Studies
US History - 1 Credit (choose 1) CBC Crs# Term Taken
US History II HIST147
US History III HIST148
Civics - 1 Credit CBC Crs# Term Taken
American Government POLS & 202
Science
(If you have not done 2 lab sciences make sure to pick a lab science)
Agriculture - 1 Credit CBC Crs# Term Taken
Intro to Animal Science w/ Lab AG 102
Introductory Soils AG 106
Soils w/ Lab AG 201
Astronomy - 1 Credit CBC Crs# Term Taken
Intro to Astronomy w/ Lab ASTR&101
Intro to Astronomy - Part II w/ Lab AST 102
Biology - 1 Credit CBC Crs# Term Taken
Fundamentals of Botany w/ Lab BIOL 140
Plant Identication w/ Lab BIOL 148
Plant Pathology w/ Lab BIOL 253
Survey of Biology w/ Lab BIOL&100
General Biology w/ Lab BIOL&160
Human Biology w/ Lab BIOL&175
Majors Cellular w/ Lab BIOL&211
Majors Plant w/ Lab BIOL&212
Majors Animal w/ Lab BIOL&213
Human A&P 1 w/ Lab BIOL&241
Human A&P 2 w/ Lab BIOL&242
Microbiology w/ Lab BIOL&260
Connell High School Graduation Requirements
• English 4 Credits
• Math 3 Credits
• Science 3 Credits
• Social Studies 3 Credits
• Health .5 Credits
• PE 1.5 Credits
• Art 2 Credits
• Foreign Language 2 Credits
Vocational 1 Credits
• Electives 6 Credits
Total Credits 26 Credits
Geology - 1 Credit CBC Crs# Term Taken
Geology of the National Parks GEOL 115
Intro to Physical Geology w/ Lab GEOL&101
Historical Geology w/ Lab GEOL&103
Environmental Geology w/ Lab GEOL&110
Physics - 1 Credit CBC Crs# Term Taken
Physics of Everyday Experience PHYS 102
Physics for Non-Science Majors PHYS&100
Physics Lab for Non-Science Majors PHYS&101
General Physics Lab I PHYS&124
General Physics Lab II PHYS&125
General Physics Lab III PHYS&126
General Physics I PHYS&134
General Physics II PHYS&135
General Physics III PHYS&136
Chemistry - 1 Credit CBC Crs# Term Taken
Chemical Concepts w/ Lab CHEM&110
Intro to Chemistry w/ Lab CHEM&121
Intro to Organic Chemistry w/ Lab CHEM&122
Intro to Biochemistry w/ Lab CHEM&123
Intro to Organic/Biochemistry w/ Lab CHEM&131
General Chemistry I w/ Lab CHEM&161
General Chemistry II w/ Lab CHEM&162
General Chemistry III w/ Lab CHEM&163
Organic Chemistry I CHEM&241
Organic Chemistry II CHEM&242
Organic Chemistry III CHEM&243
Environmental Science - 1 Credit CBC Crs# Term Taken
Intro to Meteorology and the Atmosphere ENVS 174
Environmental Issues ENVS 310
Intro to Environmental Science w/Lab ENVS&101
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