Charleston High School

NCAA Approved Core Courses

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The NCAA has approved the following courses for use in establishing the initial-eligibility certification status of student-athletes from this school.

NCAA legislation permits a student to receive credit for a core course only one time. As a result, if a student repeats a core course, the student will only receive credit once for the core course, and the highest grade earned in the course will be included in the calculation of the student's core course grade point average. Likewise, if a student completes a course that is duplicative in content with another core course, the student will only receive credit for one of the duplicative courses, and the course with the highest grade earned will be included in the calculation of the student's core course grade point average.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The NCAA has adopted a new standard for initial-eligibility. Click here to read about the changes. Computer science courses cannot be used to fulfill core course requirements for student-athletes first entering a collegiate institution on or after August 1, 2005.

 

SOCIAL SCIENCE NATURAL/PHYSICAL SCIENCE ENGLISH MATHEMATICS ADDITIONAL CORE COURSES
American History 1865-1929 Astronomy (Lab) Creative Writing Algebra I French I, II, III, IV
American History 1929-Present Biology I and II (Lab) Creative Writing (Honors) Algebra II Spanish I, II, III, IV
American History Revolution-Civil War Biochemistry (Lab) English I, II, III, IV Algebra II (Honors)  
American History (Honors) Chemistry (Lab) English (Honors) I, II, III, IV AP Calculus  
Civics AP Chemistry (Lab) English Literature Geometry  
Current World Issues Environment and Ecology Journalism I Geometry (Honors)  
AP European History Environment II Senior English Intermediate Algebra  
Jr./Sr. World Issues Physical Science Writing and Research (Honors) Probability and Statistics  
Modern European History Physics Writing and Research Trigonometry  
Physical Geography AP Physics     CHS Required Courses
Psychology       Consumer Education
Sociology       Health
AP US History