When developing your four-year plan, be sure to check the semesters in which courses are offered. Some classes have prerequisites you must consider. It is important to realize that occasionally new courses are added to those available and/or some courses are dropped. Your counselor is able to provide you with up-to-date information.
Remember that one of the most important factors in determining college admission eligibility is the pattern of college prep course work in high school. A strong pattern of course work is especially important for students planning entry into competitive majors and/or to the more competitive colleges.
Review graduation requirements
Include all courses required for graduation and their prerequisites for your future education and career goals.
Check the counseling center for detailed admission requirements for specific colleges or universities and for high school prerequisites to your major field.
Look at the examples of education plans and then develop your own.
Note: Classes labeled (CSU/UC) meet a-f requirements
ALL CLASSES ARE SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY AND ENROLLMENT
Separate course description brochures are available for ESL tracks.