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At Lassiter High School, we feel it is important to keep parent and students up-to-date on our courses each year. We provide in-depth information on our courses, complete with descriptions and flow charts that give a clear understanding of how our classes will work together to move students forward on their path to graduation.

Registration for the 2022-2023 will take place March 1-8. Please find your rising grade level to learn more:

Rising Juniors and Seniors: View Registration Information  |  View Graduation Requirements
Rising Sophomores: Register at your in-person 9th Advisement appointment that is scheduled for either March 3 or March 8. You will receive a letter in the mail next week.
Rising Freshmen: Please contact the appropriate middle school.

Course Selection

2022-2023 School Year

Career Technology Course Descriptions

Fine Arts Course Descriptions 

Language Arts Course Descriptions

Mathematics Course Descriptions

Physical Education Course Descriptions

Science Course Descriptions

Social Studies Course Descriptions

World Language Course Descriptions

Course Flow Charts

2022-2023 School Year

Mathematics Course Flow Chart

Science Course Flow Chart

Social Studies Course Flow Chart

World Language Course Flow Chart






Applications for Registration

AP Music Theory (for students that intend to major in some area of music in college)

AP Capstone (AP Seminar/AP Research for grade 11) The deadline for the 22/23 year has already passed - Contact Ms. Minich

Mentorship (Student Aide for grades 11-12)

Minimum Day (7th period only. No guarantee of 6th period lunch. Seniors only)

Yearbook (students are selected based on application review - grades 10-12)


Elective Offerings for Rising Juniors and Seniors (view in PDF format)

CoursePrerequisitesGrade(s)
PEFORMING ARTS

ChorusNone
9-12
BandNone
9-12
OrchestraNone
9-12
Fundamentals of Theatre INone
9-12
Fundamentals of Theatre IITheatre I
10-12
Fundamentals of Theatre IIITheatre II
11-12
Fundamentals of Theatre IVTheatre III
12
Technical Theatre INone
9-12
Technical Theatre IITechnical I
10-12
Technical Theatre IIITechnical II
11-12
Technical Theatre IVTechnical III
12
CAREER TECH (Business, Marketing, Audio, Video, NJROTC, Engineering)
Intro to Business and TechnologyNone
9-12
Business /Tech & Communications (2 full credits)*Intro to Business
10-12
Intro to Marketing PrinciplesNone
9-12
Advanced Marketing PrinciplesContact Mrs. Griffin
10-12
Sports & Entertainment Marketing. (2 full credits)*Marketing Principles
10-12
Financial Literacy (Personal Finance)None
10-12
AP Computer Science (Science Elective)Math Teacher Approval
10-12
Audio & Video Technology & Film INone
9-12
Audio & Video Technology & Film IIAudio I
10-12
Audio & Video Technology & Film IIIAudio II
11-12
Audio & Video Technology & Film IVAudio III
12
Naval Science INone
9-12
Naval Science IINaval Science I
10-12
Naval Science IIINaval Science II
11-12
Naval Science IVNaval Science III
11-12
Foundations of EngineeringNone
9-12
Engineering ConceptsFoundations
10-12
Engineering ApplicationsFoundations and Concepts
11-12
Research & DevelopmentFoundations, Concepts & Apps
12
PE CLASSES

Team SportsNone
9-12
Adv. Team SportsTeam Sports
10-12
Personal FitnessNone
11-12
HealthNone
11-12
Weight TrainingNone
9-12
Advanced Weight TrainingWeight Training
10-12
Physical ConditioningAdvanced Weight Training
11-12
Advanced Physical ConditioningPhysical Conditioning 
12
MATH

AP StatisticsAlgebra II
11-12
ENGLISH

12th Dramatic Writing - English class and Fine Arts Elective creditsNone
12
WORLD LANGUAGES* (if you are currently in World Languages, please refer to your teacher)

Spanish INone
9-12
French INone
9-12
German 1None
9-12
American Sign Language INone
9-12
American Sign Language IIASL I
10-12
SOCIAL STUDIES

AP Human GeographyNone
10-12
AP PsychologyNone
11-12
AP Art HistoryHonors or AP World History
11-12
Psychology: 1st Semester  | Sociology: 2nd Semester (distance learning lab 4th period - taught by a teacher from another Cobb County school)None
11-12
VISUAL ARTS                            
(if you are registering for Art you will select your second semester Art class in November during your Art class period.)
Visual Arts: Comprehensive (VA Comp)None
9-11
DrawingVA Comp
9-12
Drawing & Painting IAVA Comp & Drawing I
9-12
Drawing & Painting IBDrawing I, Drawing and Paint IA 
10-12
Drawing & Painting IIADrawing & Paint IB
10-12
Drawing & Painting IIBDrawing & Paint IIA
10-12
Ceramics/Pottery IAVA Comp
9-12
Ceramics/Pottery IBCeramics IA
9-12
Ceramics/Pottery IIAVA Comp, Cer/Pottery IA & IB
10-12
Ceramics/Pottery IIBCeramics/Pottery IIA
10-12
Ceramics/Pottery IIIACeramics IIB
10-12
Ceramics/Pottery IIIBCeramics IIIA
10-12
Photography IA & IBVA Comp & Drawing
10-12
Photography IIAPhotography IB
10-12
Advanced Placement Studio/DrawingTeacher Rec
10-12
AP Studio Art: 2-D Design Drawing & PaintingTeacher Rec
10-12
AP Studio Art: 2-D Design PhotographyTeacher Rec
10-12
Advanced Placement Studio/3-D DesignTeacher Rec
10-12
Applied DesignSeniors only with no prior Art credit
12
APPLICATION ONLY COURSES 
(applications can only be accessed using students' CTLS/Office 365 login)
AP Music Theory (for students that intend to major in some area of music in college)Application Required
11-12
AP Capstone (AP Seminar/AP Research) - Deadline has passed for 2022 school yearContact Ms. Minich
11
Mentorship (Student Aide)Application Required
11-12
Minimum Day (Minimum day is only 7th period. No guarantee of 6th period lunch)Application Required. 
12
Yearbook (students are selected based on application review)Application Required
10-12

STEM students follow STEM course sequence found on the STEM website.
* If you are currently in a World Languages please refer to your teacher recommendations for levels higher than 1. 


Graduation Requirements

All students require 23 total units to graduate. 

English Language Arts4 units  (Must include 9th and American Lit)
Mathematics4 units 
Science4 units including Biology, Physical Science or Physics, Chemistry or Earth Systems or Environmental Science or an AP science course. The 4th science unit may be used to meet both the science and elective requirements.
Social Studies2 units including World History, US History, Econ and Government (Humanities is strongly encouraged for all college bound students). 
Health1/2 unit
Personal Fitness1/2 unit
World Languages**, Career Tech and/or Fine Arts**3 total units
Electives4 units

**Students planning to attend a school in the GA University System and many other private and out of state universities must take at least two units of the same world language.