HANOVER SCHOOL DISTRICT 28

Where grade level 13 readiness lives!

WEATHER STATUS:

NORMAL

DISTRICT STATUS:

GREEN

Graduation Guidelines

There are three different tracks for graduation- traditional, career, and honors. Below you will find the requirements for each diploma and classes that fulfill each requirement.

Career Track Traditional Track Honors Track Eligible Courses
English
4 years
4 years
4 years
English 9
English 10
English 11
English 12
AP Language
Math
3 years
3 years
4 years
Algebra 1
Geometry
Algebra 2
Pre-Calculus
Statistics
Science
3 years
3 years
3 years
Earth Science
Biology
Chemistry
Astronomy
Social Studies
3 years
3 years
3 years
Civics
Geography
World History
US History
PE
1 year
1 year
1 year
PE
Weights
1 season of a varsity sport (can only be used for .5 credit)
Foreign Language
none
1 year
2 years
Online through EduCere
Computer Literacy
none
1 year
1 year
Computer Literacy
Fine Arts
none
1 year
1 year
Art
Band
Choir
Digital Art
Drama
Oil Paint
AP/Concurrent Enrollment Courses
none
none
2 credits
(2 year long or 4 semester long courses)
AP Language
Career Start Courses
Career Based Electives
12 credits (12 year long courses or 24 semester courses)
2 credits (2 year long or 4 semester long courses)
2 credits (2 year long or 4 semester long courses)
Astronomy
Career Start Courses
Cyber Security
Digital Art
Psychology
TA/Intern Positions
Any class that you can prove relates to your ICAP
Other Electives
none
7 credits (7 year long or 14 semester long courses)
7 credits (7 year long or 14 semester long courses)
Concept Math
Reading Essentials
Health
Any classes listed above if you take more than the credits needed
Community Service
15 hours / year at Hanover
15 hours / year at Hanover
15 hours / year at Hanover
n/a
PBL Project
yes
yes
yes
n/a
Capstone Project
yes
yes
yes
n/a

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Dear Parents, Staff, and Teachers, 
 
This is not the way I hoped to make first contact with many of you. Unfortunately,  the district has experienced an unfortunate failure that has interrupted the water supply to the Admin and JSHS facilities.   
 
Because of this, I,  with input from the board, have decided to push school opening at least one week, as we assess the issue and devise a remedy.  For now, new staff will report on August 9th, all staff will be at District training on August 10th, Building training will take place on August 11th, and classes will begin on August 12th. 
 
Please feel free to contact your school or District administrator if you have any questions. As always I am available to talk at any time. We appreciate your patience during this delay. 
 
Thank you and we’re looking forward to an excellent new school year for The Hornet Nation. 
 
Best,  
Kyle Cooper 
Superintendent 
Hanover School District