Core Classes & Electives

At Sacramento Charter High School, high school academics are not only about preparing for the future but also about actively contributing to the community and shaping well-rounded individuals.

Rigorous curriculum: Our academic program is designed to challenge students with comprehensive coursework across various subjects, including mathematics, science, literature, history, and foreign languages.
College readiness: We prioritize preparing our students for college or further education, focusing on developing critical thinking skills and fostering a strong academic foundation.
Emphasis on community service: In addition to academic achievement, we require students to engage in community service and volunteer work, instilling values of social responsibility and civic engagement.
Academic excellence: We support students in maintaining high grade point averages (GPAs) and excelling in their coursework, recognizing that academic success opens doors to college admissions and scholarship opportunities.
Enriching extracurricular activities: Alongside academics and community service, we offer a variety of extracurricular activities such as sports, clubs, and leadership opportunities, providing a well-rounded high school experience.

2023-2024 Course Options:

  1. English Language Arts
    • English 9 
    • English 10 
    • English 11 
    • English 12
  2. Mathematics 
    • Algebra 1 
    • Geometry 
    • Algebra 2 
    • Pre-Calculus 
    • Statistics
  3. Science 
    • Chemistry 
    • Integrated Science
  4. History/Social Science 
    • Humanities/Geography 
    • World History 
    • US History 
    • Government 
    • Economics
  5. Foreign Language 
    • Spanish 1 
    • Spanish 2 
    • Spanish 3
  6. Visual/Performing Arts 
    • Music 
    • Graphic Design
  7. Physical Education 
    • PE 9
    • PE 10
  8. Dual Enrollment Courses: Panther Pipeline
    • HCD 116 Orientation to College
    • HCD 330 Life and Career Planning
    • Human Career Development 310 College Success
    • POLS 301 Introduction to Government: United States
    • ENGWR 300 College Composition
    • HIST 311 History of the United States (1865 – Present)
    • BUS 320 Concepts in Personal Finance
    • ENGLT 301 Introduction to Literature in Hip-Hop Culture