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The Counseling Center

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At Tustin High School, counselors work to ensure that students are on track for TUSD graduation and A-G eligible for college preparedness and acceptances.


TUSD Requirements

All students must pass at total of 230 credits in each subject area to receive a TUSD diploma. Starting with the class of 2017, students will no longer be required to take Geography or an Applied Arts course.

Credit Requirements
40 - English
20 - Math (Must have Algebra and Geometry)
30 - Science
30 - Social Science (World History/US History/Government/Economics
20 - Foreign Language OR Visual Performing Art
20 - Physical Education
70 - Electives
230 - TOTAL

For information regarding courses offered in the TUSD school district, please refer to the TUSD Course Catalog.

High School Graduation & A-G

9th Grade

What is A-G?

The A-G / College Entrance Requirements are a sequence of high school courses that students must complete (with a grade of C or better) to be minimally eligible for admission to the University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU). They represent the basic level of academic preparation that high school students should achieve to undertake university work.

Click HERE to view or print a chart that summarizes the A-G / College Entrance Requirements.

How to I stay on track?

Review your grade level checklist regularly so you stay on track to higher education! #acceptedtillers

Freshman Year Checklist

What is Naviance? And, Why is it important?

Naviance is a comprehensive K-12 college and career readiness platform that enables self-discovery, career exploration, academic planning, and college preparation for millions of students across all ages and around the globe.

THS counseling uses Naviance to help students begin exploring their college and career options as early as freshman year. You can also use it to register for upcoming college visits on campus!

Log-in to your Naviance student portal for more information.

What course options are offered at Tustin High?

Check the listing of all courses offered at Tustin High School and what A-G requirements they satisfy.

What about Student Programs & Pathways?

Use the links below to learn more about programs offered at THS. Contact the program directors for more information on how to join!

MUN: Course Pathway and Brochure
T-TECH: Course Pathway and Brochure
Bio-medical Pathway
AVID Brochure

Planning Ahead

Start planning ahead using our 4-Year Planning Form

10th Grade

A-G Eligibility

The A-G / College Entrance Requirements are a sequence of high school courses that students must complete (with a grade of C or better) to be minimally eligible for admission to the University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU). They represent the basic level of academic preparation that high school students should achieve to undertake university work.

Click HERE to view or print a chart that summarizes the A-G / College Entrance Requirements.

What is Naviance? And, Why is it important?

Naviance is a comprehensive K-12 college and career readiness platform that enables self-discovery, career exploration, academic planning, and college preparation for millions of students across all ages and around the globe.

THS counseling uses Naviance to help students begin exploring their college and career options as early as freshman year. You can also use it to register for upcoming college visits on campus!

Log-in to your Naviance student portal for more information.

Grade Level Checklist

Review your grade level checklist regularly so you stay on track to higher education! #acceptedtillers

Sophomore Year Checklist

 

THS Course Catalog

Check the listing of all courses offered at Tustin High School and what A-G requirements they satisfy.

Student Programs & Pathways

Use the links below to learn more about programs offered at THS. Contact the program directors for more information on how to join!

MUN: Course Pathway and Brochure
T-TECH: Course Pathway and Brochure
Bio-medical Pathway
AVID Brochure

11th Grade

A-G Eligibility

The A-G / College Entrance Requirements are a sequence of high school courses that students must complete (with a grade of C or better) to be minimally eligible for admission to the University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU). They represent the basic level of academic preparation that high school students should achieve to undertake university work.

Click HERE to view or print a chart that summarizes the A-G / College Entrance Requirements.

Grade Level Check List

Review your grade level checklist regularly so you stay on track to higher education! #acceptedtillers

Junior Year Checklist

What is Naviance? And, Why is it important?

Naviance is a comprehensive K-12 college and career readiness platform that enables self-discovery, career exploration, academic planning, and college preparation for millions of students across all ages and around the globe.

THS counseling uses Naviance to help students begin exploring their college and career options as early as freshman year. You can also use it to register for upcoming college visits on campus!

Log-in to your Naviance student portal for more information.

THS Course Catalog

Check the listing of all courses offered at Tustin High School and what A-G requirements they satisfy.

College Planning!

Explore information after life after high school on the THS College Planning webpage.

NCAA

If you are an athlete interested in continuing your sport in college, check the NCAA eligibility requirements.

Student Programs & Pathways

Use the links below to learn more about programs offered at THS. Contact the program directors for more information on how to join!

MUN: Course Pathway and Brochure
T-TECH: Course Pathway and Brochure
Bio-medical Pathway
AVID Brochure

 Junior Counseling Workshop

Download presentation HERE

Junior Counseling Workshop Preview

12th Grade

Senior Counseling Workshop

View or download the 2018-19 Senior Workshop presentation to learn more about what to expect this school year.

Letters of Recommendation

Fill out the THS Letter of Recommendation Information Packet to submit when requesting letters of recommendation for college applications and scholarships. You may submit by sharing your completed document using Google Docs or by printing and filling out the PDF version.

Are you A-G?

The A-G / College Entrance Requirements are a sequence of high school courses that students must complete (with a grade of C or better) to be minimally eligible for admission to the University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU). They represent the basic level of academic preparation that high school students should achieve to undertake university work.

Click HERE to view or print a chart that summarizes the A-G / College Entrance Requirements.

Stay on track!

Review your grade level checklist regularly so you stay on track to higher education! #acceptedtillers

Senior Year Checklist

Naviance. Why is it important?

Naviance is a comprehensive K-12 college and career readiness platform that enables self-discovery, career exploration, academic planning, and college preparation for millions of students across all ages and around the globe.

THS counseling uses Naviance to help students begin exploring their college and career options as early as freshman year. You can also use it to register for upcoming college visits on campus!

Log-in to your Naviance student portal for more information.

THS Course Catalog

Check the listing of all courses offered at Tustin High School and what A-G requirements they satisfy.

College Planning!

Explore information after life after high school on the THS College Planning webpage.

Student Programs & Pathways

Use the links below to learn more about programs offered at THS. Contact the program directors for more information on how to join!

MUN: Course Pathway and Brochure
T-TECH: Course Pathway and Brochure
Bio-medical Pathway
AVID Brochure

NCAA

If you are an athlete interested in continuing your sport in college, click HERE to learn about eligibility requirements.