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General Information:

         Enrollment:  2,597
         Grades:  09-12
         Mascot:  Jaguars

         180 days       
         Colors:  Red/Black/Silver
         6 - 55 minute periods

Graduation Requirements:

4 Units of English

Grammar, Composition, Literature, or any English course approved for college admission.

3 Units of Mathematics

(Grades 9-12)

Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Math Analysis, Calculus, Advanced Placement Statistics, or any math course with content and/or rigor above Algebra I and approved for college admission.

3 Units of Science

College Prep Graduation Requirements updated (Class of 2019):
1 unit of life science (Biology – may be Pre-AP or AP)
1 unit of physical science standards (Physical Science, Physics, or Chemistry)
1 unit of any Life, Physical, or Earth and Space Science (at or above the rigor of Biology I or Physical Science)

3.5 Units of History and

Citizenship Skills

1 unit U.S. History, 1 unit American Studies (Government), ½ unit Oklahoma History, and 1 unit World History

2 Units World Language or Technology

2 units of the same World Language or non-English language or 2 units of Computer Technology approved for college admission including computer programming, hardware and business computer applications, such as word processing, databases, spreadsheets, and graphics, excluding keyboarding or typing courses.

1 Additional Unit

Listed above or career and technology education courses approved for college admission.

The Arts

1 Units of Fine Arts which may include, but are not limited to, music, art or drama, or 1 unit of Speech.

Personal Financial Literacy

½ Unit of Personal Financial Literacy in which students demonstrate satisfactory knowledge in 14 areas of instruction as defined by the State Department of Education (beginning with the class of 2014).


Elective units to equal a minimum of 23 total units.

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Graduation Intentions:
        Attend a 4 year college:  53%
        Attend a 2 year college:  31%
        Other:  16%

Grading Scale:
           A = 90-100        B = 80-89
            C = 70-79            D = 60-69
            F = Below 60
GPA is based on a 4.0 scale.  AP and Honor classes are weighted with an A as 5.0.   Senior rankings and GPA’s are based on seven semesters and are weighted. 

AP Courses Offered
  AP Language and Comp.
  AP Literature and Comp.
  AP Calculus, AB and BC
  AP Statistics
  AP Chemistry
  AP Computer Science
  AP Physics, B and C
  AP Biology
  AP U.S. Government
  AP U. S. History
  AP World History
  AP European History
  AP Psychology
  AP 2D Art
  AP 3D Art
  AP French Language IV
  AP French Language V
  AP Spanish Language
  AP Spanish V
  AP Music Theory