CURRICULUM OVERVIEW AND GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
CCS strives to present a college preparatory curriculum for students who are serious about their education. The following information is intended to be an overview of the courses offered and the graduation requirements for students that attend CCS. CCS makes its program available to students of any race or religion, without discrimination. The CCS education curriculum sequence presented here is intended to give each student and parent a long-range view of the CCS program. Some changes will occur each year; parents and students will be notified accordingly. Click here to review the High School Course Sequence.
GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS: CCS requires all students to complete the minimum State of Oklahoma graduation requirements pertaining to specific courses, as well as total accumulated credits. Additional courses are added to fulfill the CCS requirements.
24 Credits are required for graduation. (All credits must be earned 9th – 12th grade.)
- English – 4 years
- Mathematics – 4 years (3 years if 4 years of science is taken.) Must include three years of Algebra I and above.
- Science – 4 years (3 years if 4 years of mathematics is taken.)
- History – 4 years consisting of the following:
World History – 1 semester
U.S. History – 2 semesters
Oklahoma History – 1 semester
U.S. Government – 1 semester
Economics (includes Personal Financial Literacy) – 1 semester
Geography – 1 semester
History of World Views – 2 semesters
- Foreign Language or Computers – 2 years (2 years must be of the same subject)
- Fine Arts – 2 semesters
- Bible – 4 years
- Electives – 8 semesters (would include Bible credits, philosophy, and geography)
REGARDING MATH: High school students will follow one of two math tracks:
- Track I: Saxon Algebra I; Geometry; Saxon Algebra 2; Trig/Geom; Calculus
- Track II: Saxon Algebra I; Geometry; Algebra 2; Trigonometry
CHOOSING COURSES: Each spring the course selection option will be opened in RenWeb for parents and students to make course selections for the following school year.
All electives are subject to enrollment limits. Some classes will be filled on a first-come basis. Some classes will be offered to upper level students first. An elective will be cancelled when a minimum number of students do not request that elective. Electives such as band or yearbook are by application or approval of the instructor. Elective choices may vary from year to year.