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Course Catalog

The 2015 - 2016 California High School Course Catalog is a helpful resource to find out prerequisites for certain courses, read a description regarding a particular course, find out which courses are approved by the UC and CSU system, and plan your high school program! Click below to access the SRVUSD High School Course Catalog:



Tips for Choosing Classes

  • Create a schedule that is balanced for you. Taking two or more A.P. classes requires a significant amount of time, energy, and motivation. Consider extra-curricular activities, outside responsibilities, etc. when choosing rigorous courses.
  • Be thoughtful with your choices. Do not assume you can try a class and just drop later. Your options may be limited if you decide to change your schedule after the school year has begun.
  • When choosing alternative courses to your primary choices, please remember there is a good possibility you may be placed in your alternate course. Therefore, please make these choices carefully.
  • Do not take an A.P. or Honors course simply because you will receive a weighted grade. Consider your interests, passion, strengths and weaknesses. You may have limited options if you change your mind, so take the time to pursue courses of interest.
  • Fill out the 4-year high school plan located in the common course catalog. This will help you set goals and meet necessary graduation and college eligibility requirements.