GRAD UAT I ON R EQ UI R EME NT S
A student who fulfills the following requirements shall be eligible for graduation from North High School:
2. Passing scores on the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) in the areas of Mathematics and English/Language Arts.
1. Satisfactory citizenship as evidenced by six or more semesters of composite satisfactory or composite excellent citizenship.
3. Completion of a minimum of 220 credits detailed below:
20 credits in Mathematics
20 credits in Science (10 credits in Biological Science and 10 credits in Physical Science)
40 credits in English
30 credits in Social Studies (10 credits in World History, 10 credits in US History, 5 credits in US government and 5 credits in Economics)
10 credits in Visual or Performing Arts/Foreign Language 20 credits in Physical Education 5 credits in Health 75 credits in unspecified elective courses
California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) In February 2010, North High tenth graders took the CAHSEE for the first time. In English Language Arts 93% of the students passed; in Mathematics 91% passed.
C O L L E G E A T T E N DA N C E
In the past several years North High School
graduates have been admitted colleges and universities, among
to a variety of
College, Boston University, Brigham Young, University, Cal Poly Pomona, Cal Poly San
Luis Obispo, Tech, Calif.
Cal State University-All campuses, Cal Institute of the Arts, Calif. Lutheran
Univ., Calif. School of the Claremont-McKenna, Columbia,
College, Otis College, Penn State, Pepperdine, Pitzer, Princeton Stanford University, Swarthmore College, United States Naval Academy, University of California-All Campuses, University of Chicago, University of Colorado-Boulder, University of Hawaii, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Univ. of Notre Dame, University of Oregon, University of the Pacific,
Washington, Wesleyan, Westmont College, West Point Academy, Whittier College, & Williams College.
Harvey Mudd College, Howard Institute of Technology, Johns
Marymount Univ., St. Mary's College,
Marquette, Michigan New York University,
State, Mt. Occidental
The CDE (Ca. Dept. of Education) has not yet release the graduation rate.
In 2010, 71 North H igh s eniors (14%) were awarded the California Golden State Seal Merit Diploma for high scores on state tests in English Language Arts, Mathematics,
Visitation Policy: Admission professionals from post-secondary institutions are welcome to visit with students on campus by appointment.
A College Information Night is held in the fall; a districtwide College Fair is held in the spring.