• Course Selection

      Class of 2028 Incoming Freshman Presentation

      Incoming 9th Grade Form

      Graduation Requirements

      • Click here for Community Service Hour requirements  

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        The TVUSD Board has approved the prorated community service graduation hours per "Class of". Please see the list below for your class.

        Class of 2023: 10 hours

        Class of 2024: 20 hours

        Class of 2025: 30 hours

        Class of 2026: 40 hours


      UC/CSU "A-G" Subject Requirements

      College Planning Timeline


      • Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) Courses 2024-2025

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        Click here for the Advanced Placement (AP) Program Webpage

        Taking AP courses and exams improves your chances of getting into college, and can even help you minimize your college costs.

        Click here for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Program Webpage

        The IB program is a rigorous pre-university course of studies offered to 11th & 12th grade students.  IB students will be required to participate in higher level coursework across the curriculum. A limited number of IB 2 year courses may be started in 10th grade. Pre-AP courses when available are recommended for students considering AP or IB courses the following year. 
        AP courses are recommended 10th grade if considering IB Diploma.
        Students can take one or more IB course if you are not seeking to get IB Diploma. 
        Students in IB courses have to take the IB Exams - they are NOT optional.
        Students considering IB MUST be registered for a World Language (ASL is not offered for the IB Programme) in 9th & 10th. Students must have completed 2nd year by end of 10th.


      Online/Concurrent Enrollment/Dual Enrollment Classes

      Summer School/Credit Recovery

      • For Summer School information, click here for the TVUSD webpage.  

        Click here for the TVUSD Summer School 2024 Worksheet

        Great Oak offers in person Apex credit recovery classes to meet graduation and A-G requirements.  This class requires a signed agreement and counselor approval.  Students taking APEX coursework are expected to complete a unit of their course each week to make satisfactory progress. If satisfactory progress is not being made, GOHS staff will evaluate the student’s progress on a case-by-case basis to determine if the student should be removed from APEX and placed on the wait-list. Attendance is required.  If a student completes the Apex program, he/she will use this period as a study hall to stay on track in all classes.

        Other credit recovery options based on counselor approval

        At the beginning of Senior year, Seniors should have 190 credits to be on track for graduation.  If you have less than 190 credits or more than 4 semester core courses to make up in credit recovery, you will need to attend Rancho Vista High School.

        Click here for Rancho Vista High School




      Course Selection Course Guide


      Extra/Co - Curricular

      • Performing Groups

      • Athletics

      • Clubs

      • Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID)

      • WSB Leadership

      • Peer Leaders

      • Yearbook

      • Air Force Junior Reserve Officer's Training Corps (AFJROTC)

      • Military Academies

      Special Education