Once you successfully fulfill the graduation requirements below and pass all of the courses by the end of senior year, you are well on your way onward and upward!
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English: Four years Math: Three years, through at least Algebra II/Trigonometry Languages: Three years of high school study, in the same language, through at least level III History: Three years of history, one of which must be United States History Religion: A half-credit course in world religions, typically taken in grade 10 Science: Three years of science, two of which must be composed of laboratory science courses The Arts: Students entering grade 9 must take 1.5 credits in any of the visual or performing arts at Masters. Students who start Masters after grade nine are required to take 1 credit in the visual and performing arts. Ninth Grade Seminar (only for those entering at grade 9) Public Speaking: A quarter-credit course to be taken in grade 11 Health: A quarter-credit course to be taken in grade 11 Physical Education: Four years (can be fulfilled by participation in athletics, dance, fitness co- curriculars or P.E. class) Athletic Requirement: Three seasons. Upper school students must participate as a member of an interscholastic team for three out of six seasons of their ninth and tenth grades; at least one of these seasons must be during freshman year. In addition to team sports, Dance Company and the winter musical also fulfill this requirement.