All students must successfully complete the following course of study
in order to graduate from Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School:
Religion - 4 credits
English - 4 credits
Mathematics - 3 credits
Social Studies - 3 credits
Science - 2 credits
Physical Education / Health - 1.5 credits
Computer Skills - 1 credit
Fine Arts - 0.5 credit
Electives - 5 credits
Religion requirements: (4 credits)
Freshman: Foundations of Christian Faith
Sophomore: Christ in Prophecy and Fulfillment
Junior: Christian Living: Church and Family
Senior: Christ’s Church Marches to Glory
English requirements: (4 credits)
Freshman: Language Arts
Sophomore: Composition and Literature
Junior: American Literature / Advanced Comp.
Senior: English Literature OR World Literature AND Rhetorical Focus requirement courses (one required, others electives): Creative Writing, Extemporaneous Speaking, Journalism 1, Journalism 2 OR Literacy for Life (for non-college bound seniors only)
Note: The Rhetorical Focus requirement may be fulfilled during the junior or senior year. (Journalism may be taken during the sophomore year.) At least one Rhetorical Focus course is
required of college-bound students for graduation.
Mathematics: (3 credits)
Course selections based on student ability, career goals, and placement by math faculty.
Social Studies requirements: (1.5 credits)
Junior: United States History
Senior: U.S. Government
Science: (2 credits)
Biology or Biological Science is required for graduation. The credit
may be earned at any time, but most students earn it before the end of
the 10th grade year.
Physical Education & Health requirement: (1.5 credits)
Freshman: Physical Education 9
Sophomore: Physical Education 10 & Health 10
Business Education / Computer requirement: (1 credit)
Freshman: Computer Skills
Fine Arts requirements: (0.5 credit)
Course selection is based on student interest and may be taken at any time during the high school years.
Technical Education requirements: None
Family and Consumer Education requirements: None
Foreign Language requirements: None
students are strongly encouraged to study at least 2 years of the same
foreign language because the college of choice might require it. Those
considering the pastoral ministry are strongly encouraged to take 2
years of any language and at least one year of Latin.