High School Course Catalog

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    Introduction & Index

    As part of its mission and strategic direction, the Glendale Unified School District is committed to providing students with instructional programs and courses that are aligned with rigorous state, national and international academic standards. Courses that have been approved have gone through a review process that ensures that content matches or exceeds the standard for the academic discipline. In addition, courses that lead to admission in the UC or Cal State system have been approved by those agencies.

    This web-based version of the printed course catalog will be maintained and updated yearly for easy reference. It should be used to assist the student and their family through the high school years to help plan the path to graduation, prepare for post-high school options, as well as making registration decisions each semester.

    How to use this catalog

    The Glendale Unified Course Catalog is a resource for students and parents. It provides a complete list and description of approved courses. The catalog is organized by academic department, with special programs or interdepartmental offerings being listed separately.
     
    The following information is listed for each course:
    • The number of credits (five per semester)
    • The length of course (semester or year)
    • The recommended prerequisites, if any
    • The graduation requirement met by this course
    • The UC requirement met by this course

    The catalog will help students make informed choices about coursework and should be used to develop a plan leading to graduation. District and state graduation requirements are clearly indicated and required classes are always available. Students who plan on enrolling in advanced level classes must also plan to meet the course work and grade requirements for those classes.

    It is important to note that not every upper division or specialized class is offered every semester. In some cases, a desired class may not be offered at the student´s campus of residence. The student and his/her family should refer to the Glendale Unified School District’s Pathways to Graduation document and consult with the school counselor when registering for classes each semester.

    PLEASE NOTE THAT NOT ALL CLASSES ARE TAUGHT IN EVERY SCHOOL EVERY SEMESTER. CHECK WITH THE COUNSELOR FOR CURRENT OFFERINGS.
    For course offerings at Verdugo Academy, please call (818) 548-0740.

     
    INDEX
     
    CLASSES BY SUBJECT
     
     
     
     
     
Last Modified on December 6, 2017