B. English – 4 years required of college preparatory English in Composition and Literature
C. Mathematics – 3 years required/4 years recommended
D. Laboratory Science – 2 years required/3 years recommended
E. Language Other Than English – 2 years required/3 years recommended. This must be 2 years of the same language.
F. Visual And Performing Arts – 1 year required
G. College Preparatory Elective – 1 year required.
*In addition to meeting the A-G requirements, students planning on attending a CSU/UC may take the SAT or ACT with Writing test. Students are no longer required to take the SAT Subject tests for admittance purposes into a UC/CSU but may take it to add to their transcript. *Students and Parents should go to the freshman admissions websites at colleges they are interested in to see if there are additional requirements for freshman admittance. This specifically pertains to CAL POLY
*Juniors who score well on the Common Core assessments may show college readiness or be considered conditionally ready, allowing students to enroll directly into college level math and english courses. Students can refer their CASSPP test results to determine if they are exempt.
*Students who complete 11 of the A-G requirements by the end of their Junior year and who are in the top 9% of their class may be eligible to participate in the ELC (Eligibility in the Local Context) program through the Office of the President for the University of California. This program is designed to notify qualifying students early of their acceptance into a four-year UC.
*Students must complete 11 of the 15 A-G requirements by the end of their Junior Year of high school in order to be eligible to apply to a four year college.
*Four year and two year colleges strongly recommend students take a math class their senior year.
*Letter grades of a C or Higher must be earned in the A-G courses (D and F are not accepted)
*Students must earn a high school diploma from a WASC accredited program.
*It is strongly encouraged by the UC/CSU and Community College system, that students have a declared major for application purposes.
Courses listed in the link above are courses that Los Molinos High School offers that have been approved by the UC/CSU. https://hs-articulation.ucop.edu/agcourselist. If you do not see a course listed in the link, it has NOT been approved.