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Courses of Study

CAREER PREPARATORY: This course of study includes one of the following career/technical education programs and prepares the student to attend a community college or an adult technical center: Agriscience, Business echnology, Health Science, Family and Consumer Sciences, Industrial Education, Marketing and Diversified Education, Public Service, or Technology Education. Students attempting to earn a Gold Seal Vocational scholarship are encouraged to contact a counselor for additional information.

COLLEGE PREPARATORY/CAREER PREPARATORY: This course of study is designed to prepare students for a 4-year college or university through a combination of academic and career/technical courses. To enter a Florida university, the student must fulfill the requirements of courses identified by the Florida State University System. In addition, the student is expected to take the PERT, SAT, or ACT prior to graduation and score at or above the established statewide passing score in each test area. As a student nears graduation, he/she may opt to complete either the College Prep or Career Prep option instead of the combination.

INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE: This course of study is similar to the Advanced College Prep option, but also meets standards set forth by the International Bacalaureate Organization (IBO). For more information, please visit the IB section of HHS's website.
Information on college prep courses:



Graduation Requirements

Students entering 9th grade in the 2012-2013 School Year

Students entering 9th grade in the 2013-2014 School Year

Students entering 9th grade in the 2014-2015 School Year

Students entering 9th grade in the 2015-2016 School Year
Class of 2019 Requirements

IB Students




Graduation requirements change periodically. It is the student's responsiblity to be familiar with their requirements and stay on track.
 
Currently, Hillsborough County Public Schools is in the middle of a shift in graduation requiremets, which results in many grade levels having different graduation requirements this year.





Other Links

STAY ON TRACK! In between meetings with your counselor, you can log on anytime to Florida Virtual Campus to see all your current credits. 

HILLSBOROUGH VIRTUAL SCHOOL
Virtual school can be a good option to get ahead on some of your graduation requirements. We are transitioning from Florida Virtual School to Hillsborough Virtual School. Your username and password will not change, but if you are registering for new courses, please select HVS as your school option. Please see a counselor before signing up. 

 AFTER-SCHOOL TUTORING
The Extended Learning Program (ELP) is also available from 3:05 PM to 4:05 PM Tuesday through Thursday.

MATH HELP
Check out the school district's math curriculum page for even more math help.

Also, check out these awesome sites for free videos and tutorials on all things academic:
Wolfram Alpha- Way more than a search engine. A Knowledge Engine.

IN-SYNC
Access to Common Core standards at home!

GPA
It's important to stay up to date on your GPA. Check out this explanation for all the different GPAs you see on your report card. Remember, bonus points are added to your GPA for Honors, AP and IB courses. GPAs are on a 4.0 scale.