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1. Christian Life/The Revelation of Christ in Scripture (Core I)
2. English 9
3. World History
4. Biology
5. Freshman Orientation/Lab
6. Math
7. Foreign Language I
8. Elective
1. Who is Jesus Christ? (Core II)/The Mission of Jesus Christ (Core III)
2. English 10
3. Science (Biology, if not yet taken)
4. Health/Lab
5. Math
6. Foreign Language II
7. United States History
8. Elective
1. Jesus Christ’s Mission Continues in the Church (Core IV)/Sacraments as Privileged Encounters with Jesus Christ (Core V)
2. English 11
3. Math
4. Elective or Lab/Physical Education or Study Hall
5. Elective
6. Elective
7. Elective
8. Elective
1. Life in Jesus Christ (Core VI)/Living as Disciples of Jesus Christ in Society (Elective C)
2. English 12
3. Government
4. Math
5. Elective or Lab/Physical Education or Study Hall
6. Elective
7. Elective
8. Elective
Students who choose to have a study period as an elective may schedule no more than one study hall per semester.
It is possible to exceed the minimum 24 graduation credits and still have a daily study hall all four years – unless one pursues a strong Fine Arts curriculum. (Upper-class students in Lab Sciences will have an additional every-other day study hall if they are not in a P.E. class.)
Students may elect to take P.E. as early as the summer before their freshman year or with either P.E. I, junior year and/or P.E. II, senior year. Strength & Agility Fitness (offered in the mornings before school) may be taken in place of P.E. I or P.E. II. Padua Franciscan participates in the Ohio Department of Education PE Waiver program. See pgs.41-42 for detail.
Some “Elective” slots will need to be used to fulfill the requirement for Fine Arts, Computer Science, Social Studies, and Science.

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