University of California & California State University Eligibility

Please remember to have your scores sent to Perris High School to be recorded on your transcript.
School Code = 052440

Students:  You can download a-g Student Tracking to keep track of your college bound progress.  Please schedule an appointment with your counselor if you have any questions.
Requirements ** # of Years Required
"a" Social ScienceOne year must be US History 2
"b" EnglishCan include not more than 1 year of ESL/ELD Courses 4
"c" MathAlgebra I, Geometry and Algebra II 4 Years recommended 3
"d" Natural/Physical ScienceAt least 2 of the following: Biology, Chemistry or Physics 22 years of lab
"e" Foreign Language(Same Language other than English) 2
"f" Fine ArtA Year long course 1
"g" CP ElectiveApproved course a-f plus any in g 1

** See course list below, for all a-g subject courses offered at Perris High School.

SubjectYears/Credit Required
a – History Courses:2 / 20
  • World History
  • AP World History
  • U.S. History
  • AP US History
  • Government
  • AP Government      
  • Ag Government
  • AP Geography
b – English Courses:4 / 40
  • English I
  • Adv English I
  • English II
  • Adv English II
  • English III
  • AP English Lang & Comp
  • English IV
  • AP English Literature
  • Expository Reading and Writing
c- Math Courses:3 / 30
  • Algebra I*
  • Math Analysis
  • Integrated Math I*
  • AP Statistics
  • Integrated Math II*
  • AP Calculus AB
  • Geometry*
  • AP Calculus BC
  • Algebra II/Trig*
d – Science Courses:2 / 20
1 course of Biological Science
  • Biology
  • AP Biology
  • Anatomy & Physiology
AND  1 course in Physical Science
  • Chemistry
  • AP Chemistry
  • Honors Physics
e - Foreign Language Courses:2 / 20
Must be 2 courses of the same language
  • Spanish I*
  • Spanish for Spanish Speakers I*
  • Spanish II
  • Spanish for Spanish Speakers II  
  • Spanish III Honors
  • German I*  
  • AP Spanish Language  
  • German II  
  • AP Spanish Literature
  • German III Honors  
  • AP German Language  
f - Visual and Performing Arts:1 / 10
  • Art I*         
  • Ceramics I*
  • Art II          
  • Ceramics II
  • Photo I*    
  • Dance I*
  • Photo II
  • Dance II
  • Drama I*
  • Concert/Marching Band
  • Drama  II
  • Concert Choir
  • Play Productions
  • Floral Design*
g – Elective Courses:1 / 10
Any of the courses listed above, except (*) or any of the following: 
  • Ag Earth Science
  • CP Earth Science
  • Plant and Animal Science   
  • AP Psychology
  • Ag Economics   
  • Economics
  • AP Economics
  • Ag Economics
  • World Geography
  • Adv World Geography

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