Graduation Requirements https://achieve.lausd.net/Page/2114 To ensure all LAUSD graduates have the option to enroll directly into a university and be prepared for a career, the District has implemented a College and Career Readiness through A-G initiative. LAUSD has aligned its graduation requirements with the California State University (CSU) A-G requirements, beginning with the graduating class of 2016. Students must earn a grade of "D" or better in "A-G" courses, and meet California Department of Education Requirements as well as satisfying additional LAUSD requirements for graduation. We are making the high school diploma a document that gives students the choice to transition straight into a college or into a career. Subject Requirements Comments A. History/Social Science 1 year World History 1 year U.S. History No Validation B. English 4 years No Validation C. Math 3 years Validation* D. Laboratory Science 2 years Validation* E. Language Other Than English 2 years Validation* F. Visual & Performing Arts 1 year No Validation G. College Preparatory Elective 1 year No Validation Additional Requirements Principles of American Democracy 1 semester Economics 1 semester Physical Education 2 years Health 1 semester Total Numerical Credits 210 Non-Course Requirements Service Learning Career Pathway · Students in the graduating classes of 2017 - 2021 must pass all courses with a grade of "D" or better. · Semester courses earn 5 credits. Yearlong courses earn 10 credits. Exams do not earn any credits. Note: “Validation” refers to the granting of “a-g” credit when a student successfully completes advanced work (earning a grade of “C” or better) in an area of sequential knowledge. Validation does not meet numerical credit requirements, satisfy CDE requirements, or meet course enrollment requirements in any subject other than Language Other Than English (LOTE). For more information, please visit the GPS for L.A. Unified - Supporting College and Career Readiness website. Transcript Request Form Transcript Request Form The Counseling Office seeks to combine accurate and timely dissemination of information with consistent quality service that is responsive to the needs of Eagle Rock Junior and Senior High School. Guided by this commitment, we seek to facilitate student enrollment, and diploma completion, while providing increased efficiency in maintaining academic records for Eagle Rock Junior and Senior High School. Work Permits Please direct any student who needs a work permit during winter break to the Work Experience Education Office located at the LAUSD Beaudry Central Office (333 South Beaudry Avenue, 1st Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90017)- this includes all home-school, private and charter school students. We will process student work permits for any closed school within LAUSD boundaries from December 19, 2016 to December 23, 2016 and then from January 3, 2017 to January 6, 2017. Our hours are 8:00 am to 4:55 pm. Please remind students that the work permits will be temporary and will expire January 23, 2017; your school can issue a permanent one once they come back from winter break. In addition, please let your students know that they need to bring: 1) A completed work permit application (B1-1) 2) A current school ID with birth date on it (if the ID does not have a birth date, then they need to also bring proof of their birth date) The following link has more information including work permit applications and a link to a map on how to get to our office: http://notebook.lausd.net/portal/page?_pageid=33,153367&_dad=ptl&_schema=PTL_EP For more information, please contact the Work Experience Education Office at (213) 241-7053 or at email@example.com.