|Social Studies||2 years:World History, Modern American History||2 years: World History, Modern American History (Honors/AP recommended)|
|English||4 Years||4 years(Honors/AP Recommended)|
|Math||3 years:Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2 OR Integrated I, Integrated II, Integrated III||3 years:Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2 OR Integrated I, Integrated II, Integrated III 4th year recommended(Honors/AP recommended)|
|Science||1 year Life Science with Lab and 1 year Physical Science with Lab||2 years Lab Science: Biology, Chemistry, Physics Additional years recommended(Honors/AP recommended)|
|World Language||2 years in the same language||2 years in the same language (additional years recommended)|
|Visual/Performing Arts||1 year:Drama, Art, Art Design, Drawing,Music, Photo, Choir, Film & Video Production, Musical Theater, Art History, Music Theory & Jazz Ensemble|
|College Prep Electives||1 year:Additional College Prep Coursework|
|Tests||SAT Reasoning or ACT|
NOTE: CSU=California State University UC=University of California.
Community colleges offer many degree and vocational programs. They are also the primary resource for transferring to universities. While there are no entrance requirements for entering a community college, obtaining a degree and transferring will mean completing college level coursework. The better prepared you are academically coming into a community college, the better you will do there. It is therefore recommended that prospective community college students complete the A to G requirements.