Indiana CORE 40 Requirements
Indiana CORE 40 With Academic Honors Requirements
Indiana CORE 40 with Technical Honors Requirements
Complete one of the
Complete two of the
*One of the two must be one of these.
Students entering high school in 2012-2013 or subsequent years should see their counselor about new additional requirements.
2 credits Algebra 1
2 credits Geometry
2 credits Algebra 2
Students entering high school in the 2012-2013 school year or subsequent years must take a math or quantitative reasoning class each year in high school.
2 credits Biology 1
2 credits Chemistry 1
Physics I or Integrated
2 credits any Core 40
|Social Studies||6 credits
2 credits World History &
Civilization or World
Geography & History
of the World
2 credits US History
1 credit US Government
1 credit Economics
|Directed Electives||5 credits directed electives In any combination from World
Languages, Fine Arts, or
College and Career Pathway
|GPA Requirement||None||3.0 (overall) Must earn a grade of 'C' or above in all courses that
will count toward the diploma.
||3.0 (overall) Must earn a grade of 'C' or above in all courses that will count toward the diploma|
|TOTAL||40 credits||47 credits||47 credits|
(Note: Pass/Fail courses such as Teacher Assistant (T.A.) do not count toward a CORE 40 or AHD or THD diploma.)
Indiana General Diploma Graduation Requirements
* Note: Students may earn a general diploma if parents and counselors hold an opt-out conference.
|Curriculum Area||Indiana General Diploma Requirements|
(Must include 2 credits Algebra 1)
(Must include 2 credits in Biology 1 and at least one credit must be from a Physical Science or Earth and Space Science course.)
|Social Studies||4 credits
(2 credits US History, 1 credit US Government, and 1 credit Economics)
|College and Career Pathway||6 credits|
|Flex Credit||5 credits|
*Students entering high school in the 2012-2013 school year or subsequent years are required to earn 2 credits in a Math or Quantitative Reasoning course during their junior or senior year. Quantitative Reasoning courses do not count as math credits.
**Beginning with students entering high school in the 2012-2013 school year, 21st Century Scholars must earn a 2.5 GPA.
Last updated on
April 19, 2013