4 credits - 1 full credit course per year in grades 9-12
2 credits - One credit must be earned by completing two of the following courses: Intro to Visual Art, Intro to Theatre, or Intro to Voice. Once completed, students identify which of the three tracks they wish to follow to complete their second credit. If the area of concentration is Visual Art, Art History must be taken in 11th or 12th grade.
3 credits - Levels 1, 2 and 3 in one language are taken consecutively.
3 credits - Algebra 1, Geometry, and either Algebra 2 and Trigonometry and Algebra 2/Trigonometry are required. Students taking Algebra 2 are encouraged to take a 1/2 credit Trigonometry class is either 11th or 12th grade to be best prepared for the SAT.
For classes, there are two tracks for math, either:
1 credit of Algebra 2 and 1/2 credit of Trigonometry OR
1 credit of Algebra 2/Trigonometry (this is the accelerated course)
2 credits - One PE Upper School course is required in each of the 4 Upper School years. Today’s Living is required with completion by the end of the 10th grade.
3 credits - Biology in Grade 9, Chemistry in grade 10, and Physics in grade 11 or 12 are required.
3.5 credits - World Cultures in grade 9, European History in grade 10, U. S. History in grade 11, and American Government in Grade 12 are required. AP US History may substitute for US History in grade 11.
Completion of the Independent Project by the first week of April in the junior year is required for graduation.
2 Credits - It's a Woman's World and Women's Bodies, Women's Minds (Health) in 9th or 10th grade, two electives in 10-12th grade.