Guideline for Quality Education

Guideline for Quality Education

*** A Guideline for Quality Education ***

"You can go to high school and graduate, or you can go to high school and get educated."

Cornell I. Perry, Sr. — W.E.B. DuBois Learning Center Staff Member

LEVEL

LANGUAGE ARTS

SOCIAL SCIENCE

NATURAL SCIENCE

MATHEMATICS

ADEQUATE

English Grammar,
Reading &

Composition
Civics,
American History,
World History
Biology Algebra,
Geometry

GOOD

American Literature,
1 yr. Foreign

Language
U.S. Government Chemistry Advanced Algebra
& Trigonometry

SUPERIOR

World Literature,
2 yrs. Foreign

Language
Psychology Physics Pre-Calculus

 

*** Additional recommended Quality Course ***

  Black Literature Black History Advanced Chemistry Calculus
  Debate Geography Anatomy & Physiology Computer Science
  Speech Sociology Zoology Statistics

 

The above table contains our recommendations for courses that high school students should take in order to obtain a quality ACADEMIC backgroun\
d. The table has three quality levels. In order to satisfy a particular quality level, the courses to the right of the given level should be\
taken along with all those listed above them.

Under the four basic academic groups are listed additional quality courses that may be interchanged with the recommended courses. The more of\
these quality courses that appear on the high school transcript, the more ACADEMICALLY prepared the student will be.