Mundelein High School Academics

Course Guide

2020-2021 Course Guide

MHS Course Guide graduation requirements includes all courses in the context of a Program of Study, Common Core State Standards, and NCAA Clearinghouse requirements.

Course Guide Features:

  • Prerequisites
  • Grade level criteria
  • Number of semesters
  • Number of credits
  • Course description

Each family will receive a mailing packet in late December explaining the course selection process.

 

Step 1: Planning out your program
  • Align course with post-secondary plans.
  • Review and discuss the Programs of Study with your son/daughter

 

Step 2: Looking Ahead
  • Freshmen, sophomores, and juniors will fill up to 7 periods for the year. See 4-year plan

Step 3: Make Your Appointment-January
  • Counselors will schedule individual appointments with each student.
  • Students bring course selection worksheet to counselor meeting.
Course Selection Worksheets
 

What to expect:

  • A review of the graduation requirements
  • Course selections
  • Post high school planning

 

* Contact our Guidance Department for questions at (847) 949-2200


Graduation Requirements

To graduate from Mundelein High School, students must complete 17 core academic requirements listed below and additional elective credits to meet the overall graduation requirement. The SAT test from College Board is administered during the spring of the student’s junior year. The Illinois and United States Constitution Exams are administered in the American Government and Politics course, which is a required course for all students.

  • Participate in 4.0 units of approved English
  • Participate in 3.0 units of approved Math
  • Participate in 2.0 units of approved Science
  • Participate in 2.5 units of approved Social Science
  • Participate in 4.0 units of approved Health/PE
  • Participate in 0.5 units of Personal Finance or Economics

Department Guides

Applied Arts: Business Education
Applied Arts: Family & Consumer Science
PLTW - Project Lead the Way
Applied Arts: Industrial Tech
Science
Applied Arts: Television & Media
Social Studies
English
Specialized Courses
Fine Arts: Art
Technology Campus
Fine Arts: Music
Wellness
Fine Arts: Theatre
World Languages