Pleasant View School Curriculum


Pleasant View School has adopted a rigorous College-Preparatory curriculum for all of its High School students. All state testing standards for graduation purposes must be met or completed prior to graduation.

Students have the option of choosing between two graduation programs: Advanced and Distinguished.

Advanced High School Graduation Program
Exceeds the basic graduation requirements of Tennessee public schools

Pleasant View School Advanced High School Graduation Requirements

Subject Area Required Number of Credits
ENGLISH 4 Credits
MATH 4 Credits
SCIENCE 4 Credits
SOCIAL STUDIES 4 Credits
FINE ARTS 1 Credit
FOREIGN LANGUAGE 3 Credits
CULTURAL HUMANITIES – ISLAMIC STUDIES 3 Credits
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1 Credit
TOTAL 24 Credits

 

Distinguished Achievement High School Graduation Program
This is the highest graduation program at Pleasant View School.

Pleasant View School Distinguished Achievement High School Graduation Requirements

Subject Area Required Number of Credits
ENGLISH 4 Credits
MATH 4 Credits
SCIENCE 4 Credits
SOCIAL STUDIES 4 Credits
FINE ARTS 1 Credit
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS 1 Credit
FOREIGN LANGUAGE 4 Credits
CULTURAL HUMANITIES – ISLAMIC STUDIES 4 Credits
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 1 Credit
ELECTIVES 1 Credit
TOTAL 28 Credits

Students in PVS’s High School Program may have to acquire some of their graduation credits after 10th Grade from colleges outside of PVS.

To graduate from PVS, High School students must also perform 50 hours of documented community service by February of their graduating year.

Passing Grade

Students require a 65 or better to get a passing grade in each of their classes. Middle School students who do not obtain a 65 on any class may be asked to attend summer school. At the conclusion of the summer, students may be promoted to the next grade if they get a passing grade on a Pleasant View School administered test. High School students who obtain less than 65% in any class will not obtain credit for that class and must make arrangements to make up their missing credit.