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York High School Graduation Requirements

To be eligible for a diploma from York High School, a student must complete the course of studies prescribed by the State of Maine and by the York School Committee in the core curriculum.

ENGLISH
4 Credits

MATH
3 Credits

SCIENCE
3 Credits

SOCIAL STUDIES
    American Studies
1 Credit
    20th Century America or American                     Experience or
1 Credit
    AP US History
    Prep for Citizenship or
1/2 Credit
         Political and Legal Studies
    Economics
1/2 Credit

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
1 Credit

VISUAL ARTS - ART 1
1/2 Credit

PERFORMING ARTS
1/2 Credit

HEALTH
1 Credit

TECHNOLOGY & CAREERS
1/2 Credit

ELECTIVES
7 1/2 Credits

CAREER QUEST PROGRAM
.1 Credits

TOTAL TO GRADUATE
24 Credits


  • In order to march and participate in the graduation ceremony, a YHS student must have fulfilled all graduation requirements as shown in the diploma requirements above.
  • IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT COLLEGE PREPARATORY STUDENTS TAKE A MINIMUM OF TWO YEARS OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE DURING HIGH SCHOOL.



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