High School Planning
|Subject Requirements||High School Graduation Requirements||University Admission Requirements|
|Math||20 (Algebra I and Geometry)||30 (4 years recommended)|
|Science||20||20 (2-4 years recommended)|
|World Language*||10||20 (3-4 years recommended)|
Visual & Performing Arts*
|Electives||60||10 (approved College Prep elective)|
|Other Requirements||SAT/ACT & SAT II|
*World Language, Fine Art/Visual & Performing Arts and Applied Academics are considered Selective Electives. Students must complete 10 credits each in two (2) of the three (3) Selective Elective areas.
- Ninth Grade Planning
- Tenth Grade Planning
- Eleventh Grade Planning
- Twelfth Grade Planning
- Parent Night Presentations
Freshman Classroom Presentation
- High School and A-G Requirements and Resources Presentation
- Presentation Handouts
- Naviance Scavenger Hunt Activity
Freshman Course Selection
Students Applying to Private and Out of State Information
- Seniors: Join our Senior Google Classroom for up to date information, handouts and presentations. You must use your FHS google account. Class code: 3j701a
Senior Classroom Presentations
Recording of Financial Aid Information Night 9/8/22 Passcode: 7*a0kqq@
Recording of Senior Family College Night:
Students and parents can be overwhelmed by the complexity of writing a four-year high school plan. It is a daunting task. There are so many things to consider and so many unknowns. One thing that makes the four-year high school plan complicated is that many of you are really doing two things at the same time:
- Completing high school graduation requirements; and
- Completing college entrance requirements.
View a comparison of the two sets of requirements below.
Draft a four-year plan toward high school graduation and college eligibility (fill in your course work with a pencil or edit on the computer and save for future reference.) Here is a sample of a four year plan as a reference if needed.