3-Year Students

Arts
Two term credits from among art, music or theater. One term must be in a studio or performance course.

Classical and Modern Languages
Seven term credits in the same language, or pass Language 400 or higher.
Note: In Latin, students must earn seven term credits or pass either LAT330 or LAT431.

English
Eight term credits in the regular English sequence: English 210/220/230; 310/320/330; 410/420.

Health and Human Development
One term credit, earned by taking the course throughout the Lower year. (See special note under Health and Human Development department courses.)

History
Five term credits. Three term credits of U.S. history and two term credits of non-U.S. history, at least one of which comes from the following list: 100, 101, 111, 131, 162, 163, 264, 270, 402, 436, 445, 446, 463, 465, 467, 477, and 486.

If an approved U.S. history course has been taken in grade 10 at another school, then five term credits of history, including at least two term credits of non-U.S. history, and at least one of which comes from the following list: 100, 101, 111, 131, 162, 163, 240, 264, 270, 402, 436, 438, 446, 461, 463, 465, 467, 477, and 486.

Mathematics
Seven term credits, or pass a mathematics course numbered 330 or higher.

Physical Education
Seven terms. Students may elect to take either two or three terms of athletics in each of the Upper and Senior years.

Religion
One term credit.

Science
Five term credits.
For students who have not satisfactorily completed a full-year laboratory course in biology, chemistry, or physics in the ninth grade: three term credits of either biology 210/220/230 or three term credits of physical science (chemistry 210/220/230 or chemistry 319/329/339 or physics 200-level series), and two term credits of the other.

For students who have satisfactorily completed a full year of chemistry or physics in the ninth grade: three term credits of biology 210/220/230, and two term credits of the physical sciences.

For students who have satisfactorily completed a full year of biology in the ninth grade: three term credits of either chemistry 210/220/230, chemistry 319/329/339 or of the physics 200-level series, and two additional terms of either biological or physical science.