The school counselors work with students to create a four-year academic plan that meets a student's post-secondary goals and FHS graduation requirement.
The Program of Studies assists students in planning their academic program at Falmouth High School. It includes a list of available courses and their descriptions, along with guidance about graduation requirements and post-secondary planning.
Students should carefully select courses as part of a four-year plan that meets their post-secondary goals. It is important that students discuss their program and courses with their parents, teachers, advisors, and counselors. Here are some guidelines:
- Give special attention to the course descriptions and levels, prerequisites, and the amount of credit given per course. Exceptions for students wishing to enroll in a course for which they do not meet the guidelines may do so only with permission of the instructor or building administration.
- Each student is required to carry a minimum of five (5) classes each semester.
- We encourage students to take courses that provide the greatest opportunity for both challenge and success, providing them with the maximum options in post-secondary placement.
- Placement in honors courses requires a desire on the student's part to explore a topic in greater depth and a commitment to extra time and effort.
- Elective courses are scheduled based on student interest and availability