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Social Science

Graduation Requirements & UC Eligibility
HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION:  There is a three-year requirement for graduation that includes World History, United States History, and Economics/Government.
UC ELIGIBILITY:  a. History/Social Science - 2 years required. A student must earn 20 credits and a grade of 'C' or higher in approved history/social science courses. While Economics is needed for meeting high school graduation requirement for Social Sciences, for UC Eligibility, it is included in the 'g' requirement.
Monta Vista Social Science Department Documents
Brief Description
A presentation that reviews the possible sequences of Social Science courses at Monta Vista.