High School Curriculum
Curriculum and Instruction
The core curriculum is a set of expectations all students should achieve in order to progress in their schooling. It is intended to assure that every student has acquired the knowledge and skills necessary for effective adult living.
To receive a diploma from West Ottawa High School (WOHS), students must complete a minimum of 21 credit hours of study during their four years from grades 9-12.
Course Sequence Guide
Goals and Objectives
At WOHS we are working to deliver a curriculum that prepares our students for living effectively today and in the future. This means our curricula reflect the requirements set forth in the State of Michigan Essential Goals and Objectives for the various subjects taught.
Beginning in 2015-16 WOHS students will have the opportunity to earn a career readiness score based on our Panther PRIDE rubric. This will be an opportunity to show how students demonstrate their Preparedness, Respect, Integrity, Dependability, and Effort at WOHS.
The OAISD Careerline Tech Center offers semester, one-year and two-year programs in a variety of vocational/technical areas for juniors and seniors:
Career programs enable students to earn course credit while exploring career options, gaining job experience, and discovering the connection between the classroom and the workplace.
If you have additional questions contact a high school counselor or administrator at (616) 994-5000, or Kent Henson, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction, at (616) 738-5730.
To assist students and parents in understanding the new graduation requirements, the brochure below was created as a general overview of all required courses.