Curriculum Guide

Walsh Jesuit's reputation for academic excellence reflects a Jesuit emphasis on scholastic achievement. The school offers a dynamic blend of required and elective courses developed and presented by faculty members who will not permit students to compromise their potential.

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GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS

• English --- 4 credits
• Mathematics --- 4 credits
• Theology --- 4 credits
• Social Studies --- 3 credits
• Science --- 3 credits
• Electives --- 2.5 credits
• Foreign language --- 2 credits
• Fine arts --- 1 credit
• Health --- .5 credit
• Physical education --- .5 credit
• Speech --- .5 credit
• Community service
• Sophomore interview
• Senior experience


ADVANCED PLACEMENT

Students may take a wide variety of advanced placement or college-level courses. The AP examinations are given in May each academic year. Students who take AP courses are required to take the AP exam.

A typical four-year course of study includes:

Freshman year
English Skills
Algebra I
Foreign Language I
Biology
The Bible/Christology
Physical Ed./Health
Fine Arts

Sophomore year
American Literature
Algebra II
Foreign Language II
Chemistry
Christology II/ Ecclesiology
Physical Education
Western Society

Junior year
British Literature
Geometry
Foreign Language III
Physics
American Religious Experience/Church History
Elective
U.S. History

Senior year
Senior English
Math
Elective
Elective
Theology Elective/Christian Social Justice
Elective
Government/Speech