24-25 Curriculum Guide
A Note from your Principal ~ Chuck Wade Dear Students—
The Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges famously claimed to be “all the writers that I have read, all the people that I have met..all the cities I have visited.” Other things that can shape who you become? All the classes you take.
With this in mind, you can consider the curriculum guide linked here as a tool to help you become who you want to be. Among the things that make our school so special are the richness and diversity of our course offerings. At Analy, you have so many possibilities. There are options here that will help you become genuinely ready—not just eligible—for a wide variety of future paths. Our many advanced placement and honors classes, our Career Technical Education Pathways, and a range of ways to fulfill graduation requirements—
—all these will help you prepare for what’s next, whether that is getting further training, entering the world of work, or pursuing a two- or four-year degree. With the help of this guide, you have the opportunity to choose a path to earning an Analy diploma that helps you become who you want to be.
The courses represented in this guide reflect a rigorous and engaging educational program supported by faculty and staff who are committed to helping you develop the knowledge, skills and attributes represented by our district portrait of a graduate. Whichever path you pursue during your time here, you will have the opportunity to develop your curiosity, to grow as a collaborator and as a communicator, and to become empathetic, resilient, and balanced. We believe that this set of skills will serve you in becoming the best version of yourself—and we are excited to support you in doing so at Analy.
The counseling staff has scheduled the following tutorial sessions to speak with students in each grade about selecting next year's classes. View the Counseling Department page for additional guidance.
11th Grade - Tuesday, January 16 | 9th Grade - Thursday, January 18 | 10th Grade - Tuesday January 23
Course Descriptions and Numbers
Students can view the department pages to learn about our courses in each subject and find course numbers. Please note that the career technical education (CTE) department page includes classes that can qualify as multiple kinds of courses, such as fine art, practical art, life science, etc.
Students need 220 credits to graduate. Please see the credit breakdown below to learn about graduation requirements.
Courses Needed to Graduate Analy High School
Important and Helpful Information
University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) minimum admission requirements
Specific Classes / Other Information
World History and U.S. History. You may use one semester of U.S. History and one semester of Government.
College Prep - One year of ELD is okay.
Four years is recommended.
Three years is recommended. Must take Biology and Chemistry OR Physics.
For a UC, three years of the same language is recommended.
One year from a single discipline