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Rowland Hall-St. Mark's High School

University of Utah
College Prep Course Requirement List
Rowland Hall-St. Mark's High School
843 Lincoln Street
Salt Lake City, UT 84102
(801) 355-7494

English: 4 years* emphasizing composition and literature.
AP Language & Composition
AP Literature & Composition
Creative Writing/Literary Magazine
English 9, 9H, 10, 10H, 11, 12

Mathematics: 2 years* beyond elementary algebra (selected from geometry, intermediate algebra, trigonometry, college or advanced algebra, or calculus).
Advanced Algebra
Advanced Algebra-Honors
AP Calculus AB, BC
Functions, Statistics & Trigonometry
Math Analysis

Language: First and second year (level) of the same foreign language taken during grades 7 through 12.
French I, II, III, IV, AP
French Literature
German II, IV, AP
Latin I, II, III, IV, AP
Spanish I, II, III, IV, AP

American History or Government: 1 year* American history and Government (processes and structure of democratic governance).
American History
AP American History

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, H, AP
**Chemistry, H, AP
**Physics, AP Physics
Advanced Environmental Studies

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

Other: 4 years* from at least two of the following: history, English, mathematics beyond intermediate algebra, laboratory science, foreign language, social science, fine arts.
Acting (1-1/3 years)
Actor’s Technique (1-1/3 years)
Advanced Ceramics (1-1/3 years)
Advanced Studio Art (1-1/3 years)
AP European History
AP Music Theory
AP Psychology
AP Statistics
AP Studio Art
Art Appreciation (1-1/3 years)
Beginning Studio Art (1-1/3 years)
Ceramics (1-1/3 years)
Chorus (1-1/3 years)
Concert Band (1-1/3 years)
Dance (1-1/3 years)
Ethics (1/3 years)
Health I,II
History 9, 9H
Honors Western Civilizations
Latin American History
Musical Theatre
Political Science
The Play
Upper School Dance Company
Western Civilizations
Women’s Issues
World Religions (1/3 year)

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

Last Updated: 7/13/18