Students take 8 classes over a two day, A/B schedule, and the school operates on a traditional calendar. Don Pedro offers co-curricular activities as desired by the current student population.
Each semester course passed by student earns 5 credits. Example, if student passes an entire year of English 10, then they earn 10 credits for that year-long course.
*Equivalent courses from other schools accepted for students who transfer into the district.
College Prep English I
College Prep English II
College Prep English III
College Prep English IV
Math 1 – Common Core
Math 2 – Common Core
Ag Science 1 – Earth Science, Biology
Ag Science 2 – Biology, Chemistry
Ag Science 3 – Physiology, Anatomy
AP Online Courses
Future Farmers of America (FFA)
The FFA club competes in the central valley in various judging competitions and there is a farm on the Don Pedro High School campus, complete with a greenhouse.
TA (Teacher Assist.)
Community Services Requirements
Community Service hours required – 40 total with 20 of those being able to be served prior to senior year.