Mission Statement: The mission of St. Johns High School is committed to providing a wide variety of instructional strategies to meet students' academic, career and personal goals. All students are held to high academic standards as defined by the Michigan Merit Curriculum and assessed using the Michigan Merit Exam
Dear Parents & Students,
It is our goal to present a program that allows every student the opportunity to be challenged, to pursue interests and goals, and to realize maximum potential.
Your selection of courses may very well be the most important task you undertake during your high school career. Please involve your parents, teachers and your counselor in this process. Student requests are used to determine the classes offered. Care will be taken to ensure proper placement in the courses requested. Therefore, NO CHANGES IN A STUDENT'S SCHEDULE WILL BE MADE UNLESS THERE IS A COMPELLING REASON!
Graduation requirements/College Recommendations/Personal Curriculum
Minimum courses required for graduation:
4.0 Mathematics through Algebra II
3.0 Science (including Chemistry or Physics)
1.0 U.S. History I/II & Geography
1.0 World History I/II & Geography
2.0 World Languages
1.0 Health & Physical Education
1.0 Visual, Performing or Applied Arts
10.0 Elective/Online Learning Experience
TOTAL REQUIREMENTS: 30 CREDITS
St. Johns High School Curriculum Guide
Clinton County Career Connection Courses , These courses are available to juniors and seniors and provide possible Lansing Community College credits. Classes are year-long and replace two classes per trimester.
Eaton Intermediate School District Course offers Heavy Equipment & Heavy Equipment Operator.