Clearfield High School

University of Utah
College Prep Course Requirement List
Clearfield High School
931 S 1000 E
Clearfield, UT 84015
(801) 402-8200


English: 4 years*, emphasizing composition and literature.
Advanced Creative Writing
Creative Writing
English 9, 9H, 10, 10H, 11, 11H, 12, AP
Great Books
Humanities 1, 2

Mathematics: 2 years*, beyond elementary algebra (selected from geometry, intermediate algebra, trigonometry, college or advanced algebra, or calculus).
Algebra 2
AP Calculus
Geometry
Intermediate Algebra
Intermediate Algebra H
Pre-Calculus H

Science: 3 years*, two of which are required to be taken from basic core science courses in biology, chemistry or physics (one of the sciences must include a laboratory experience).
**Biology, AP, H
**Chemistry, AP, H
**Physics, AP- C, H
Animal Science
Biol./Ag. Science and Technology
Geology
Human Biology
Physical Earth Science
Plant and Soil Technology

** Two of the courses must be taken from these.

History: 1 year*, American history and government (processes and structure of democratic government).
AP American History
US Government and Law
US Studies

Language: First and second year (level) of the same foreign language taken during grades 7 through 12.
French 1, 2, Int., Adv., AP
German 1, 2 1, 2, Int., Adv., AP
Spanish 1, 2, Int., Adv., AP

Other: 4 years*, from at least two of the following: history, english, mathematics beyond intermediate algebra, laboratory science, foreign language, social science, fine arts.

Accounting 1, 2, 3, 4
Adult Roles 1, 2
Advanced Band
Advanced Ceramics
Advanced Chorus
Advanced Jazz Ensemble
Advanced Multimedia
Advanced Orchestra
Advanced Psychology
AP Art
AP Drawing
AP European History
AP Statistics
Beginning Chorus
Beginning Theater
Child Development
Commercial Art 1, 2
Current Issues
Debate 1, 2
Drama Production
Drawing 2
Foundation Art 1, 2
Intermediate Band
Intermediate Chorus
Intermediate Theater
Journalism
Madrigals
Music
Music Theory
Painting
Psychology
Sociology
Studio Art
Theory
World civilization, H
World Geography


*1 One year’s work is approximately equivalent to 150 clock hours.