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TCCS offers two programs of study for high school students.

The general program includes the credits required for graduation and corresponds to the California state requirements. The Advanced College Prep program is a more rigorous curriculum, requires the completion of more advanced courses, and requires a higher GPA in these courses.

Course Category            General          
  Advanced College Prep 
Philosophy & Religious Studies 4 credits 4 credits
English 4 credits 4 credits
Mathematics 3 credits 3 credits
Science 3 credits 3 credits
History & Social Sciences 3 credits 3 credits
Foreign Language 1 credits 2 credits
Visual/Performing Art 2 credits 2 credits
PE 2 credits 2 credits
Elective 2 credits 2 credits


Class Rank

TCCS calculates class rank by comparing weighted numerical grade averages. Valedictorians and Salutatorians have a minimum TCCS enrollment requirement, are expected to display a Christian lifestyle and testimony, and are determined by comparing the weighted numerical averages for courses completed at TCCS (in the case of transfer students, selected high school courses and/or community college courses may be excluded from the calculation).

Last modified on Monday, 03 November 2014 17:31


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