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Graduation Plan
Richland School District
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English/Language Arts (4.0 Cr)
(Choose a combination of Richland HS classes and CBC classes to total 4.0 Credits)
Junior English (American Lit) (1.0 Cr) CBC Crs# Term Taken
American Lit. I,II or III
Senior English (1.0 Cr) CBC Crs# Term Taken
English Composition I or II ENGL101 or 102
Technical Writing ENGL&235
Creative Writing ENGL&236
Intro to Literature ENGL111
Women's Lit. ENGL160
Intro to Shakespeare ENGL&220
Mythology ENGL203
World Lit. I ENGL&254
World Lit. II ENGL&255
World Lit. III ENGL&256
English Lit. I ENGL264
English Lit. II ENGL265
English Lit. III ENGL266
Communication Studies CMST101 & above
Fine Arts (1.0 Cr)
(Any course listed in the Art, Music, or Theatre Dept. is acceptable)
Class Title CBC Crs# Term Taken
Career&Tech. Ed. (1.0 Cr)
All courses with the lD prexes listed here are acceptable for RS students as meeting the oc-
cupational education credit in the RSD (ABT, ACCT, AGET, AMT, AOT, BUS, CA, CI, CS, ECE, EMT,
ENT, FS, HIT, MT, NT,WT) for others, see your high school counselor.)
Class Title CBC Crs# Term Taken
Careers and Financial Literacy (0.5Cr)
CBC Class Title CBC Crs# Term Taken
Personal Finance BUS120
Managing Personal Finance BUS210
Lab Science (3.0 Cr)
Science classes at CBC with a laboratory meet the RSD graduation requirement for laboratory
science. (The 100/100.1 Biology, Chemistry and Physics classes at CBC CANNOT be counted
toward the science requirement in RSD if a student has taken the high school class of the
same title.) AST (Astronomy), BIO (Biology), CHM (Chemistry), GEL (Geology), HEC (Nutrition),
PHY (Physics), SCI (Environmental Science)
Class Title CBC Crs# Term Taken
Math (3.0 Cr)
Students who have completed and passed the 3 required RSD math courses may take college
level math at CBC if they qualify through the Placement exam. (Students who have not met
the math standard for the State assessment (EOC) must continue to earn math credit in grades
11 & 12.)
Class Title CBC Crs# Term Taken
5 quarter credits at CBC = 1.0 high school credit (year)
3 quarter credits at CBC = 0.5 high school credit (semester)
Social Studies (3.0 Cr)
Choose a combination of classes from High School and CBC. Even though these social
science/history classes are worth 5 credits at CBC, they are NOT equivalent to a full year of the
requirement in RSD. Two specic classes must be taken to meet the requirement for U.S. History
1/U.S. History 2 and Government/ Contemporary World Problems.
U.S. History (1.0 Cr) CBC Crs# Term Taken
US History I, ii, or iii HIST& 146,147, 148
Contemporary World Problems (1.0 Cr) CBC Crs# Term Taken
Intro to Political Theory POLS&201
Intro to Sociology SOC&101
Modern Latin America HIST112
International Relations POLS203
Comparative Government POLS&204
Micro Economics ECON&201 **
Macro Economics ECON&202
World Civilizations III HIST&128
Modern Latin America HIST112
History: Mexico Since Independence HIST113
History of Modern E. Asia HIST110
History of Modern Middle East HIST115
History of Africa HIST116
History of India HIST117
War in History HIST233
Cultural Geography GEO150
US Government (0.5 Cr) CBC Crs# Term Taken
American Government POLS&202
Social Studies Choice (or any Social
Studies course listed above (0.5 Cr)
CBC Crs# Term Taken
Survey of Anthropology ANTH&100
General Psychology PSYC&100
Applied Psychology PSYC103
World Civ I, II, III HIST& 126,127, 128
Washington State History (0.5 Cr) CBC Crs# Term Taken
Pacic Northwest History HIST&214
Health (0.5 Cr)
CBC Class Title CBC Crs# Term Taken
Health and Wellness HE170
Physical Education (1.5 Cr)
Any combination of 3 PE Credits at CBC is the equivalent of 0.5 high school credit.
Class Title CBC Crs# Term Taken
World Language (2.0 Cr)
Class Title CBC Crs# Term Taken