Foothill High School  Logo
Administration and Conduct Mission and Vision Non Discrimination Statement
DEPARTMENTS HOME Teachers CARE Career/Tech Choices New Energy Academy Counseling English English Language Learners VAPA (Visual & Performing Arts) Mathematics Physical Education Science Social Science Special Education World Languages
CLUBS HOME SkillsUSA AVID Booster Club Key Club Leadership School Site Council Spanish Club
Library Homepage Research College Connections Comics & Keyboarding Etc. Construction Resources Evaluating Websites Health Related Issues Math resources Online Books Online Resources Student Reviews Periodicals Science tools About The Library
ATHLETICS HOME Football Baseball Basketball Cheer Cross Country Golf Soccer Softball Swimming Tennis Track and Field Volleyball Wrestling
RESOURCES HOME Bell Schedule Career Center FHS Campus Map School Loop
Faculty Directory
grad cap.png

Graduation Requirements

Twin Rivers Unified School District

Graduation Requirements




Eight Semesters in English shall include two semesters in the following courses: ELA 9, ELA 10, ELA 11, and ELA 12

40 credits

English Language Development (ELD) courses for English Language Learners can substitute for a maximum of one course per year


Two Semesters of Algebra I

30 credits

Four semesters of math in addition to Algebra/ Integrated Math 1


Two semesters of Physical Science

20 credits

Two semesters of Life Science

Social Science

Two semesters of World History,

40 credits

Two semesters of US History

One semester of Economics

One semester of American Government

Physical Education*

Two semesters of PE course 1

20 credits

Two semesters of PE course 2 or 3

Fine Art or Foreign Language

Two semesters of visual and performing arts or foreign language

10 credits


One full semester of Health class

5 credits


65 credits

65 credits


*Unless the student has been otherwise exempted pursuant to other sections of the Education Code.) The principal of alternative schools has the option to waive up to 10 credits of Physical Education, excluding grade 9 Physical Education.