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    Welcome to Spokane Public Schools.
    We are passionate about our
    mission to successfully prepare all students for their post-secondary pursuits
    We believe that preparation for success after high school is achieved by providing
    relevant and meaningful learning for all students so that outcomes are not
    predictable by race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, language proficiency,
    or disability.
    Good preparation begins with accurate information. All families need
    information about course offerings and high school graduation requirements. This document has been
    prepared with the intention of providing a detailed description of all courses offered in Spokane Public
    Schools. Courses required for graduation are labeled so that students and guardians have a clear idea of the
    learning progressions students will experience as they matriculate through high school to graduation. In
    addition to those courses required for graduation, you will find a complete listing of all courses offered
    in Spokane Public Schools. In recent years, with the support of our Board of Directors, the graduation
    requirement for mathematics has increased from two to three credits. Students in the class of 2015 and
    beyond will be required to successfully acquire three credits in science. These increased graduation
    requirements in math and science reflect the changes in skills and knowledge our young people will need in
    order to be leaders and participants in the global community. The research is clear: preparing students for
    the future means that all students need to have the best academic preparation possible regardless of their

  • Yeas hi uhuh

    2



    Welcome to Spokane Public Schools.
    We are passionate about our
    mission to successfully prepare all students for their post-secondary pursuits
    We believe that preparation for success after high school is achieved by providing
    relevant and meaningful learning for all students so that outcomes are not
    predictable by race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, language proficiency,
    or disability.
    Good preparation begins with accurate information. All families need
    information about course offerings and high school graduation requirements. This document has been
    prepared with the intention of providing a detailed description of all courses offered in Spokane Public
    Schools. Courses required for graduation are labeled so that students and guardians have a clear idea of the
    learning progressions students will experience as they matriculate through high school to graduation. In
    addition to those courses required for graduation, you will find a complete listing of all courses offered
    in Spokane Public Schools. In recent years, with the support of our Board of Directors, the graduation
    requirement for mathematics has increased from two to three credits. Students in the class of 2015 and
    beyond will be required to successfully acquire three credits in science. These increased graduation
    requirements in math and science reflect the changes in skills and knowledge our young people will need in
    order to be leaders and participants in the global community. The research is clear: preparing students for
    the future means that all students need to have the best academic preparation possible regardless of their

  • Yeas hi uhuh

    2



    Welcome to Spokane Public Schools.
    We are passionate about our
    mission to successfully prepare all students for their post-secondary pursuits
    We believe that preparation for success after high school is achieved by providing
    relevant and meaningful learning for all students so that outcomes are not
    predictable by race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, language proficiency,
    or disability.
    Good preparation begins with accurate information. All families need
    information about course offerings and high school graduation requirements. This document has been
    prepared with the intention of providing a detailed description of all courses offered in Spokane Public
    Schools. Courses required for graduation are labeled so that students and guardians have a clear idea of the
    learning progressions students will experience as they matriculate through high school to graduation. In
    addition to those courses required for graduation, you will find a complete listing of all courses offered
    in Spokane Public Schools. In recent years, with the support of our Board of Directors, the graduation
    requirement for mathematics has increased from two to three credits. Students in the class of 2015 and
    beyond will be required to successfully acquire three credits in science. These increased graduation
    requirements in math and science reflect the changes in skills and knowledge our young people will need in
    order to be leaders and participants in the global community. The research is clear: preparing students for
    the future means that all students need to have the best academic preparation possible regardless of their

  • Yeas hi uhuh

    2



    Welcome to Spokane Public Schools.
    We are passionate about our
    mission to successfully prepare all students for their post-secondary pursuits
    We believe that preparation for success after high school is achieved by providing
    relevant and meaningful learning for all students so that outcomes are not
    predictable by race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, language proficiency,
    or disability.
    Good preparation begins with accurate information. All families need
    information about course offerings and high school graduation requirements. This document has been
    prepared with the intention of providing a detailed description of all courses offered in Spokane Public
    Schools. Courses required for graduation are labeled so that students and guardians have a clear idea of the
    learning progressions students will experience as they matriculate through high school to graduation. In
    addition to those courses required for graduation, you will find a complete listing of all courses offered
    in Spokane Public Schools. In recent years, with the support of our Board of Directors, the graduation
    requirement for mathematics has increased from two to three credits. Students in the class of 2015 and
    beyond will be required to successfully acquire three credits in science. These increased graduation
    requirements in math and science reflect the changes in skills and knowledge our young people will need in
    order to be leaders and participants in the global community. The research is clear: preparing students for
    the future means that all students need to have the best academic preparation possible regardless of their

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    Welcome to Spokane Public Schools.
    We are passionate about our
    mission to successfully prepare all students for their post-secondary pursuits
    We believe that preparation for success after high school is achieved by providing
    relevant and meaningful learning for all students so that outcomes are not
    predictable by race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, language proficiency,
    or disability.
    Good preparation begins with accurate information. All families need
    information about course offerings and high school graduation requirements. This document has been
    prepared with the intention of providing a detailed description of all courses offered in Spokane Public
    Schools. Courses required for graduation are labeled so that students and guardians have a clear idea of the
    learning progressions students will experience as they matriculate through high school to graduation. In
    addition to those courses required for graduation, you will find a complete listing of all courses offered
    in Spokane Public Schools. In recent years, with the support of our Board of Directors, the graduation
    requirement for mathematics has increased from two to three credits. Students in the class of 2015 and
    beyond will be required to successfully acquire three credits in science. These increased graduation
    requirements in math and science reflect the changes in skills and knowledge our young people will need in
    order to be leaders and participants in the global community. The research is clear: preparing students for
    the future means that all students need to have the best academic preparation possible regardless of their

  • It is good.

    Its cool col cool cool yeah yeah huh huh yep whats up 2



    Welcome to Spokane Public Schools.
    We are passionate about our
    mission to successfully prepare all students for their post-secondary pursuits
    We believe that preparation for success after high school is achieved by providing
    relevant and meaningful learning for all students so that outcomes are not
    predictable by race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, language proficiency,
    or disability.
    Good preparation begins with accurate information. All families need
    information about course offerings and high school graduation requirements. This document has been
    prepared with the intention of providing a detailed description of all courses offered in Spokane Public
    Schools. Courses required for graduation are labeled so that students and guardians have a clear idea of the
    learning progressions students will experience as they matriculate through high school to graduation. In
    addition to those courses required for graduation, you will find a complete listing of all courses offered
    in Spokane Public Schools. In recent years, with the support of our Board of Directors, the graduation
    requirement for mathematics has increased from two to three credits. Students in the class of 2015 and
    beyond will be required to successfully acquire three credits in science. These increased graduation
    requirements in math and science reflect the changes in skills and knowledge our young people will need in
    order to be leaders and participants in the global community. The research is clear: preparing students for
    the future means that all students need to have the best academic preparation possible regardless of their

  • It is good.

    Its cool col cool cool yeah yeah huh huh yep whats up 2



    Welcome to Spokane Public Schools.
    We are passionate about our
    mission to successfully prepare all students for their post-secondary pursuits
    We believe that preparation for success after high school is achieved by providing
    relevant and meaningful learning for all students so that outcomes are not
    predictable by race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, language proficiency,
    or disability.
    Good preparation begins with accurate information. All families need
    information about course offerings and high school graduation requirements. This document has been
    prepared with the intention of providing a detailed description of all courses offered in Spokane Public
    Schools. Courses required for graduation are labeled so that students and guardians have a clear idea of the
    learning progressions students will experience as they matriculate through high school to graduation. In
    addition to those courses required for graduation, you will find a complete listing of all courses offered
    in Spokane Public Schools. In recent years, with the support of our Board of Directors, the graduation
    requirement for mathematics has increased from two to three credits. Students in the class of 2015 and
    beyond will be required to successfully acquire three credits in science. These increased graduation
    requirements in math and science reflect the changes in skills and knowledge our young people will need in
    order to be leaders and participants in the global community. The research is clear: preparing students for
    the future means that all students need to have the best academic preparation possible regardless of their

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