Academic Planning (Requirements, Programs, Etc)
- Important Dates (Add/Drop/Level Down Deadlines)
- A - G Requirements
- High School Registration Guide
- Course Descriptions
- Graduation Requirements
- Independent Study PE
- Regional Occupational Program (ROP) Courses
- Useful Links
- Study Skills Guide
- Tutoring/Academic Support
Last day to ADD a class (15th day)
Last day to LEVEL UP (15th day)
Last day to DROP* a class (30th day)
Last day to LEVEL DOWN (30th day)
Friday Sept 1, 2023
Friday Sept 1, 2023
Tuesday Sept 26, 2023
Tuesday Sept 26, 202
*Dropping a class: note that 9th-11th grade students must have at least 6 classes, and 12th grade students must have at least 5 classes. Therefore, if a student has more than the minimum number of classes, then they can drop a class up to the 30th day of the semester. However, if a student has the minimum number of classes, then they cannot drop a class after the 15th day of the semester because they’d have to replace it by adding another class to stay at the minimum, and the last day to add is the 15th day of the semester.
- Requests for teacher changes or period changes will not be accommodated.
- Students must always maintain the minimum number of classes required for their grade level: (Six classes for grades 9th, 10th, and 11th; Five classes for grade 12th).
- Classes dropped after the drop class deadline will receive grade in progress and partial credit on their permanent record.
- Level up or down changes may be made within the specified deadlines of each semester. A parent and teacher conference is recommended. Changes must be made within the same subject area.
- A coach’s signature on the Athletic Schedule form is required to add or drop an athletic sport.
- Grades will transfer from the original class to the new class based on department standards.
- Requesting schedule changes in a core class such as English, math, science, social science, and world language and/or a college prep visual performing art may affect UC/CSU A-G, NCAA and/or private/out of state university college admission requirements. Students and parents should review the admission criteria for the colleges they plan to apply to and verify that this change will not negatively impact admissions status.
Subject and Unit Requirements
Students need to complete 220 units of credit from coursework listed below:
|Subject (Units Needed)||Course(s) within subject||Grade Level(s)||Course Units|
|Social Science||World History||10||10|
|(30)||United States History||11||10|
|Mathematics||Various Math courses||9-12||Varies|
|Science||Physical Science Course(s)||9-12||10|
|(30)||Biology/Life Science Course(s)||9-12||10|
|1 additional Physical or Biology/Life Science Course||9-12||10|
|Physical Education||PE Course 1||9||10|
|(20)||PE Course 2||10-12||10|
|Fine Arts||Any course marked *** in the Course Description available on the SVUSD Guidance website||9-12||Varies|
|Elective Courses||Any course not used to meet the above subject requirements||9-12||
Students need four (4) years of attendance at the senior high school or its equivalent.
Community Service Requirement
Students must submit eight (8) hours of verified community service or equivalent project by the end of the first semester of the student's 12th Grade year.
What is ROP?
Everyone has aspirations for a great future. Coastline ROP can support your dreams and goals by furthering your education and helping you find the right career path. ROP offers innovative classes that are relevant, interactive, and hands-on in a wide range of topics to get you started on a career and inspire you to think about what’s possible.
If you want to take classes that can help you prepare for college and career, ROP is for you. Coastline ROP inspires our students to keep reaching higher. The students can read more about Coastline ROP on their website.
So You Want to Take an ROP Course?
Interested students will need to select their THHS electives first, and then apply to ROP directly. Students will remain in a Trabuco elective to fulfill the minimum class requirement until enrollment in the ROP course is confirmed with the student's Technician. When enrollment is confirmed, students may have the option to adjust their Trabuco schedule to have the ROP course count as their 5th or 6th class if their schedule allows.