9th Grade

First Semester  Second Semester 
1 ENG100 - Literary Analysis & Composition 1 (Split Block)
ENG101 - Literary Analysis & Composition 1 Block
1 ENG100 - Literary Analysis & Composition 1 (Split Block)
ENG101 - Literary Analysis & Composition 1 Block
2 SST104 - World History 1 / Civics Block
SST114 - World History 1 / Civics (Split Block)
2 SST104 - World History 1 / Civics Block
SST114 - World History 1 / Civics (Split Block)
3 Science ** 3 Science **
4 Career & Tech Ed or PE or Health 4 Career & Tech Ed or PE or Health
5 Algebra 1 or higher 5 Algebra 1 or higher
6 World Language, PE or Fine/Visual/Performing Art 6 World LanguagePE or Fine/Visual/Performing Art

10th Grade

First Semester  Second Semester 
1 ENG200 - Literary Analysis & Composition II (Split Block)
ENG201 - Literary Analysis & Composition II Block
1 ENG200 - Literary Analysis & Composition II (Split Block)
ENG201 - Literary Analysis & Composition II Block
2 SST116/SST216 - World History 2 & 3 (Split Block)
SST117/SST218 - World History 2 & 3 Block
2 SST116/SST216 - World History 2 & 3 (Split Block)
SST117/SST218 - World History 2 & 3 Block
3 Science ** 3 Science **
4 PE or Elective 4 PE or Elective
5 Geometry or higher 5 Geometry or higher
6 World Language 6 World Language

11th Grade

First Semester 

Second Semester 

1

ENG300 - American Literature (Split Block)
ENG301 - American Literature Block

1

ENG300 - American Literature (Split Block)
ENG301 - American Literature Block

2

SST300 - US History (Split Block)
SST301 - US History Block

2 SST300 - US History (Split Block)
SST301 - US History Block

3

Algebra 2 or higher

3

Algebra 2 or higher

4

 Science **

3

 Science **

5

World Language

4

World Language
6  Fine Art or CADR 5 Fine Art or CADR

12th Grade

First Semester 

Second Semester 

1

English Elective

1

English Elective

2

Math

2

Math

3 PE 3 PE

4

World Language or CADR

4

World Language or CADR

5

CADR

5

CADR

6

CADR

6

CADR

 *Science

  • Biology is recommended in 9th or 10th grade due to students being required to pass the State's science assessment exam (Class of 2015 and beyond)
  • Colleges in Washington State require that one credit must be in an algebra-based science course (Physics, Chemistry, IB Physics, or IB Chemistry).

**CADRs - Core Academic Distribution Requirements: English, History, Science, Math, World Language, Fine/Visual/Performing Art, Physical Education (0.5 of the required PE credits may be waived through two sessions of Skyline sports participationor satisfied through a pre-approved outside athletic involvement or class).