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Curriculum

The courses which are offered at Notre Dame fulfill the requirements of the Louisiana State Department of Education for graduation. The courses  also provide a challenge to a fairly wide range of student abilities. To graduate with a Notre Dame diploma will require more work than the State  minimum requirements. Seven courses will be taken each year that a student is enrolled at Notre Dame. To be eligible for a Notre Dame diploma a student must accumulate 28 credits.

MANDATED COURSES OF STUDY

Credits Required

Required Subject Area

Course Name

4 Religion I, II, III, IV
4 English  I, II, III, IV
4 Math  Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II,
Adv Math I or II
4 Science Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry, and
Env Science or Physics or Biology II
4 Social Studies World Geography, U.S. History, Civics, History of Religion (Religion III)
2 Health/Physical Education H&PE I , II
2 Foreign Language French I, II or Spaninsh I, II
1 Arts Fine Arts Survey

ELECTIVE COURSES OF STUDY

Subject Area

Course Name

Dual Enrollment Courses Course Offerings are posted yearly
Agriscience  I, II, III, IV
Family and Consumer Sciences FACS I, FACS II, Food & Nutrition,
Clothing & Textiles, Adult Responsibility
Publications Yearbook I, II
Foreign Language French I, II or Spanish I, II
Math  Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Financial Math
Health and Physical Education H&PE III, IV
Science Biology II (Human Anatomy & Physiology),
Environmental Science, Physics
Social Studies World History, Psychology, Speech


*All students undergo individual advising on a yearly basis.  During this meeting, TOPS and Board of Regents requirements as well the student’s interests and future plans will be addressed.

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