In order to graduate, EUHSD students must earn 230 credits to qualify for a high school diploma, which must include the following course requirements:
*Students planning to attend a California State University or the University of California should consult their counselor to determine which visual and performing arts classes will be acceptable for admissions purposes.
**Students enrolled in Math 1 within the EUHSD satisfy the CDE and EUHSD Algebra graduation requirement by successfully completing the course. Algebra completed prior to Grade 9 may satisfy the CDE Algebra graduation requirement.
**Students enrolled in Math 2 within the EUHSD satisfy the UC/CSU Geometry requirement by successfully completing the course.
***Students may apply no more than 10 credits of physical education requirement for their participation in interscholastic athletics, marching band/auxiliary units/ cheerleading/ dance or other programs/courses approved by the Superintendent or designee.
****Students should consult their counselor to determine which college prep ellective or Career Technical Education courses meet this requirement.