PROGRAM OF STUDY


 

John Stark Regional High School Program of Studies

The Program of Studies is a guide to plan your school program for the school year.  Careful planning of a student’s career is essential to the successful realization of future goals whether vocational, Armed Services, or college.  In addition to describing course offerings, this Program of Studies details the requirements for graduation, the prerequisites for certain courses, and is a guide for planning four years of study.  Careful attention to the course selection process, discussion with teachers and school counselors and mutual decision-making by students and parents, is essential to ensuring a productive and satisfying school year.

To view the program of studies for the 2016-2017 school year, please click here...

To view the complete Program of Studies for the 2017-2018 school year, please click here, or select specific selections below.

 

Table of Contents

Introduction Planning a Course of Study
Core Values Statement Grade 9
Setting Educational Goals Grade 10
NH State State Scholars Initiative Grade 11
  Grade 12
Graduation & Diploma Requirements  
Graduation Requirements Registration & Scheduling Procedures
Community Learning Procedure for Course Selection
Capstone Project Schedule Changes
Diplomas, Coursework and Credits Adding/Dropping Classes
NH Scholars Pathways  
Universal and Special Services Course Descriptions
School Counseling Center Career and Technical Education
Academic Support Center Business
Advisory Information & Computer Technology
Assisted Study Career Opportunities
Life Skills Program Family and Consumer Science
Transition Program Technology Education
Equity II Program  
Flex Blocks English
Library/Media Center  
Related Services Fine and Performing Arts
Student Support Visual Arts
Study Halls Theatre
  Music
Academic Information & Requirements  
Course Loads, Credits, and Class Levels Health and Physical Education
Course Designations  
Non-designated Mathematics
Accelerated Project Lead the Way- Pre-Engineering Education Program
Honors  
Advanced Placement Science
Grading Information  
Honor Roll Social Studies
Class GPA & Rank  
Extended Learning Opportunities World Languages
Independent Study  
College Credit Global Studies Travel
Project Running Start  
Advanced Placement Other Academic Programs
New England College  
Virtual Learning Academy Charter School (VLACS) Concord Regional Technical Center
Early Graduation  
Athletics Statement of Accreditation
   
  Notice of Nondiscrimination

 

 

 

 

 

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