Certain courses are approved for equivalency for the purpose of meeting high school graduation requirements. For example, if a student takes one semester of Health through a class taught by the Issaquah School District, this would fulfill the semester state requirement for Health and a semester requirement for Career & Technical Education. Equivalency does not diminish the number of credits required for graduation. By completing an equivalency course, a student may meet subject requirements at a faster pace, leaving more room in their schedule for other course options.

Please note that Equivalency may not apply for meeting minimum core requirements for college admissions. Example: Sports Medicine as taught in our schools will meet state high school requirements for science. However, colleges may require more standardized lab-based courses such as Biology, Physics and Chemistry to meet this requirement for college entrance. 

 

 

Course ART CTE OTHER  1.0 0.5
Advanced Sports Medicine - Evaluation   X Science X  
Algebra II   X Math X  
Art History X   Social Studies X  
Criminal Justice 1   X Social Studies   X
Criminal Justice 2   X Social Studies    X
Economics   X Social Studies   X
Future Ready   X Tech Proficiency   X
Health or Health On-Line   X Health   X
Graphic Design 1 (Computer-Based) X X Tech Proficiency   X
Graphic Design 2 (Computer-Based) X X Tech Proficiency   X
IB Computer Science SL    X

Science

Tech Proficiency

X  
IB Computer Science HL   X

Science

Tech Proficiency

X  
IB Economics SL   X Social Studies X  
Intro to Computer Science   X Tech Proficiency   X
Introduction to Sports Medicine   X Science X  
Personal Finance   X Math X  
Studio Graphic Arts X X     X
Technical Theatre Performance & Production X X   X  
TV/Video Production 1   X Tech Proficiency X  
TV/Video Production 2   X Tech Proficiency X  
TV/Video Production 3   X Tech Proficiency X  
Website Design   X Tech Proficiency   X
Yearbook X X Tech Proficiency X