Academic Resources

While students can obtain all the necessary credits for graduation during the normal course of their high school careers, many students want the opportunity to take more electives such as four years of performing and visual arts, Project Lead the Way classes, four years of a foreign language, etc. With all of the necessary graduation requirements, participating in these extra electives can be difficult. However, there are several options that you and your child can explore as you plan for your child’s next school year.

ACADEMIC TOOLS: Information regarding Connected Classroom, the Digital Driver's License and Netclassroom.

ACT/SAT TESTING INFORMATION: Check here for information regarding ACT/SAT testing including dates, preparation resources and more. 

COURSE CATALOG: Please look over and discuss this material with your child. Help prepare your student in choosing the classes you both feel he or she should request for next year.

COURSE LEVELS: Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School is committed to the highest academic standards of excellence. The academic program is designed to enhance the knowledge and critical thinking skills necessary for students to become life-long learners and contributing members of society. At CJ, each student is encouraged to continually strive for academic excellence at a level commensurate with his or her ability. Respecting the individual needs of each student, CJ offers courses at various academic levels.

SUMMER AP/HONORS WORK: This is for students who were required to complete AP and/or Honors work over the summer.

SUMMER COURSES: CJ offers physical education and art courses over the summer. 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION WAIVER: Students who are eligible can waive the two semester P.E. graduation requirement. 

COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS: This program gives qualified high school students the opportunity to take college courses and receive college credit for free.

FLEX CREDIT PROGRAM: This program is where a student may earn credit for activities outside of CJ. These activities may include taking a summer course at a college/university, taking an online class from another high school, or a student designing his/her own course of study. All flex credit activities require detailed plans and prior approval from CJ’s academic office before the student participates in the activity. 

GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS - CLASS OF 2018 AND BEYOND: These are the slides that were shared at the fall graduation presentations. If you have questions regarding these requirements, please contact the guidance office at 461-3740 x243.

SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST: The 2020-2021 school supply list is available now.