Othello School District
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Graduation Plan
Name: _________________________________ School: _________________________________ Grad Year: ________________________________
ID: ____________________________________ SSID: _________________________________ Cell #: ____________________________________
English
English 11 A/B 1.0 Credit CBC Crs# Term Taken
English Composition I ENGL&101
HUSKIE FUTURES - Outlined in OHS Huskie Futures Program
English 12 A/B 1.0 Credit CBC Crs# Term Taken
English Composition II ENGL&102
English Lit. I ENGL264
English Lit. II ENGL265
English Lit. III ENGL266
Social Studies
US History A/B - 1.0 Credit CBC Crs# Term Taken
US History I HIST&146
istory II HIST&147US H
US History III HIST&148
HUSKIE FUTURES - Outlined in OHS Huskie Futures Program.
Civics - .5 Credit
American Government POLS&202
(POLS 202 meets BOTH CWP AND CIVICS requirement)
CWP .5 Credit CBC Crs# Term Taken
International Relations POLS&203
World Civilizations I HIST&126
World Civilizations II HIST&127
World Civilizations III HIST&128
HUSKIE FUTURES - Outlined in OHS Huskie Futures Program.
Misc
World Language - 2.0 Credit CBC Crs# Term Taken
Any Appropriate Level
Science - 3.0 Credit CBC Crs# Term Taken
Any Appropriate Level
Art - 2.0 Credit CBC Crs# Term Taken
Any Visual/Performing Arts
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