Program of Studies
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If you have any questions about planning your student’s schedule that you do not find answered in the Program of Studies, please feel free to contact your student’s school counselor.
Introduction: Principal's Message, Mission Statement, General Information, Graduation Requirements, Guidance Department, Equal Opportunity Statement.
English: All students must pass a minimum of 20 English credits including Literature & Composition I & II and one course from two of three core literature categories: American, British, and World. Additionally, all students must enroll in at least one English course every year.
Fine Arts: All students must pass a minimum of 5 credits in a visual or performing art.
Foreign Language: For college admission purposes, it is recommended that students pass a minimum of two courses in the same foreign language.
History/Social Studies: All students must pass a minimum of 15 credits in history/social studies including World History/Civilizations and United States History I & II.
Life Skills/Physical Education: All students must pass a minimum of 7.5 credits in Physical Education and 2.5 credits in Health.
Mathematics: All students must pass a minimum of 15 mathematics credits at an appropriate level.
Science: All students must pass a minimum of 15 science credits including a minimum of 5 credits in Biology.
Technical Division Electives for Academic Division Students: Academic Division students may enroll in these courses on a space-available basis.
Technical Division Programs: Required courses for students enrolled in the Technical Division.
The full version of the Tantasqua Regional High School Program of Studies can be downloaded here (pdf).
The Tantasqua Regional School District ensures equal educational opportunity in all its programs and activities. All programs, services, courses of study and co-curricular activities are offered without regard to race, color, sex/gender, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or homelessness in compliance with federal and state law. Any student or parent/guardian having a question, concern or complaint is invited to contact the school principal or equal opportunity coordinator.