TLC Charter High School offers a college preparatory high
school program. Successful completion of the college preparatory
program will earn each student a high school diploma and will help
to prepare every student for a four-year college or university program.
TLC Charter High School recommends that each student develop a four-year
academic plan to outline his or her own program.
It is the responsibility of each student to make sure that his or
her academic plan for high school will meet the requirements for
entrance into the college or university of his or her choice. Listed
below are the minimum standards for admission into colleges and
universities. Some programs may have additional requirements.
Social Studies 3.0
World History 1.0
US History 1.0
US Government .5
Computer Technology 3.0
Physical Education 2.0
Fine Arts 2.0
Arizona In addition to the above requirements, beginning with
this year's Sophomore's, students will be required to pass the AIMS
test. The test will be given to all Sophomore's each Spring. If
a student does not pass any portion of the test (reading, writing,
or math), he or she will have 4 additional opportunities to pass
each portion before the Senior year. If all portions of the test
are not passed by that time, the student will not graduate. All
students will receive an AIMS preparation book their Freshman year.
As an ongoing assessment of student progress toward graduation,
we also administer the Stanford 9 every Spring to all Freshman,
Sophomores, and Juniors.
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