Sumner-Bonney Lake School District Course Equivalents
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*Please note: Common Course Numbers (CCN) are designated with the “&” symbol.

Sumner-Bonney Lake School District Requirements Pierce College Equivalent: Graduation Class of 2019 Pierce College Equivalent: Graduation Class of 2020
English ENGL& 101 must be the first English
Second English: any ENGL 5 credit class 101 or above, JOURN 102
ENGL& 101 must be the first English
Second English: any ENGL 5 credit class 101 or above, JOURN 102
Math MATH& 107* and above; BTECA 117 MATH& 107* and above; BTECA 117
Occupational Education/CTE Any 100 or above professional tech/vocational or business course Any 100 or above professional tech/vocational or business course
Washington State History HIST& 214 HIST& 214
U.S. History HIST& 156, &157, &158, &159 HIST& 156, &157, &158, &159
Social Studies Elective Any HIST 100 or above; SOC& 101; PSYC& 100; GEOG 100, 150, 160, 200, 205, 210 ;or any ANTH 100 or above Any HIST 100 or above; SOC& 101; PSYC& 100; GEOG 100, 150, 160, 200, 205, 210 ;or any ANTH 100 or above
Contemporary World INTS& 107, &140; HIST& 128; PHIL& 230 INTS& 107, &140; HIST& 128; PHIL& 230
Civics POLS& 101, &202, &203, &230 POLS& 101, &202, &203, &230
Fine Arts Any course in ART, MUSC or DRMA 100 level or above Any course in ART, MUSC or DRMA 100 level or above
Health HSCI 119, 140, 151, 210 or NUTR& 101 HSCI 119, 140, 151, 210 or NUTR& 101
Science Any science** course 100 level or above in BIOL, CHEM, ENVS, GEOL, ASTR, NSCI, or OCEA; ATMOS 101, ANTH& 205, &236 Any science** course 100 level or above in BIOL, CHEM, ENVS, GEOL, ASTR, NSCI,or OCEA; ATMOS 101, ANTH& 205, &236
Physical Education Any PE course Any PE course
Technology Competency Not required for graduation Not required for graduation
Advisory College 110 (3 or 5 credit course) College 110 (3 or 5 credit course)

Courses meeting high school graduation requirements may not meet university entrance requirements. Check with individual university or www.wsac.wa.gov for minimum entrance requirements. A single course may not be used to satisfy a credit requirement for more than one subject.

1 or 2 college credits = .25 high school credit
3 college credits = .5 high school credit
5 college credit classes = 1.0 high school credit

*Pierce College recommends successful completion of Algebra 2 within the last two academic years in high school with a grade of B or better in the last semester prior to enrollment in college math.

**Graduation requirements include two lab sciences and one lab or non-lab science (three science credits total for the Class of 2021 and beyond). For students to be prepared for the state science assessment, courses should address Life Sciences (biology), Physical Science (chemistry/physics), Earth and Space, and Engineering.

Updated October 2018