Graduation Requirements

SUBJECTYEARS REQUIREDUNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA REQUIREMENTS
English44
Mathematics43 (4 recommended)
Science42 years lab science (3 recommended)
Social Science42
World Language22 (3 recommended)
Visual and Performing Arts21
College Prep Electives21
Additional Electives2
Health4
Community Service25 hours/year

All School Field Trips

All students and faculty participate in cultural field trips to museums and historic sites around the Bay Area. In addition, the school organizes Community Service field trips to learn about social services and environmental needs. Previous field trips have included the Academy of Science, Exploratorium, Chinese Newcomer Center Food Drive, and Earth Day Ocean Cleanup.

School Events

Students and faculty participate in recreational and community building activities throughout the year, including Winter Games Day and Spring Sports Day in Golden Gate Park.

Student Clubs and Activities

Students are encouraged to get involved in student clubs and activities such as Admissions Ambassadors, Yearbook, Student Activities, and Bay Area Small School Sports League (BASSAL).

Community Events

Students, faculty, and families are invited to the Fall Back-to-School Potluck and Open House, and the Spring Culture Night Potluck showcasing international cuisines representing our diverse student body.

SUBJECT YEARS REQUIRED UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA REQUIREMENTS
ENGLISH 4 4
MATHEMATICS 4 3  (4 RECOMMENDED)
SCIENCE 4 2 YEARS LAB SCI  (3 RECOMMENDED)
SOCIAL SCIENCE 4 2
WORLD LANGUAGE 2 2  (3 RECOMMENDED)
VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS 2 1
COLLEGE PREP ELECTIVES 2 1
ADDITIONAL ELECTIVES 2
HEALTH 4
COMMUNITY SERVICE 25 HOURS/YEAR

ALL-SCHOOL FIELD TRIPS: All students and faculty participate in monthly cultural field trips to museums and historic sites around the Bay Area. In addition, the school organizes Community Service field trips to learn about social services and environmental needs. Previous field trips have included the Academy of Science, Exploratorium, Chinese Newcomer Center Food Drive, and Earth Day Ocean Cleanup.

SCHOOL EVENTS: Students and faculty participate in recreational and community building activities throughout the year, including Winter Games Day, Spring Walkathon, and Sports Day & Golden Gate Park Barbecue.

STUDENT CLUBS & ACTIVITIES: Students are encouraged to get involved in student clubs and activities such as Yearbook Committee, Committee on Student Activities, and Bay Area Small School Sports League (BASSAL).

COMMUNITY EVENTS: Students, faculty, and families are invited to three All-WIS-Community events each year: Back-to-School Potluck and Open House, Culture Night Potluck showcasing international cuisines representing our diverse student body, and Expo Night when we celebrate example of student work and projects.

 

 

 

 

 

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