Earning Credits at RHS

2021-2022 General Information 

 

 

  • Richland is a credit recovery high school that allows students to earn credits at an accelerated pace on a 9-10 week quarter system.  
  • The Richland academic year is divided into 4 quarters.  Students who attend the entire school year and pass all required classes can earn 100 + credits. 
  • Students must have good attendance to earn credits.  Students who do not attend classes will NOT receive the total possible number of credits.  

 

1st Quarter    2nd Quarter  3rd Quarter  4th  Quarter

1st class (5 credits) 

 

1st class (5 credits)

1st class (5 credits)

1st class (5 credits)

2nd class (5 credits)

 

2nd class (5 credits)

2nd class (5 credits)

2nd class (5 credits)

Advisement (2.5 credits)

 

Advisement (2.5 credits)

 Advisement (2.5 credits)  Advisement (2.5 credits)

4th class (5 credits)

 

4th class (5 credits)

4th class (5 credits)

4th class (5 credits)

5th class (5 credits)

 

5th class (5 credits)

5th class (5 credits)

5th class (5 credits)

6th class (5 credits)

 

6th class (5 credits)

6th class (5 credits)

6th class (5 credits)

7th class (5 credits)

 

7th class (5 credits)

7th class (5 credits)

7th class (5 credits)

Total: 32.5 credits 

 

Total: 32.5 credits 

Total: 32.5 credits 

Total: 32.5 credits 

               Total Credits Earned: 65 Semester 1              Total Credits Earned: 65 Semester 2

Total Credits for year: 130

 

  • Sophomores & Juniors must attend Richland all school year.  Seniors may return to their school of residence at the semester only if they have satisfied the required number of credits for their grade level.  See credit summary below.  

         -Juniors must have 120 credits to return to their school of residence at the beginning of the school year 

         -Seniors must have 180 credits to return to their school of residence at the beginning of the school year 

         -Seniors may return to their school of residence Spring semester with 200+ credits

 

  • Students must earn 232.5 credits in order to earn a high school diploma from the Orange Unified School District.  

 

  • Richland High School students complete a Career Technical Education (CTE) Pathway. Course offerings include: Digital Photography, Graphic Design, Video Production, Video Game Design, & Principles of Business.  

*Additional credit recovery options are available, including online (APEX) credit recovery classes, Power Reading, SCC Dual Enrollment Courses, and Adult Education—contact Lindsey Church, School Counselor, for more information