Each student at Gibault Catholic High School must have 24 credits to graduate. In addition, all students must participate in class retreats and complete 8 hours of service to the school each year they are in attendance. Each student is required to carry a minimum of 7.0 credits per semester.
Valedictorian and salutatorian eligibility requires students to take 4 credits of advanced, honors, or college credit in each of the following subjects: English, math, social studies, and science. In addition, a candidate must take honors or college credit courses in a world language during the junior and senior year. Download a complete curriculum guide here.
NCAA eligibility standards are very specific. Please click here to view those standards.
Religion*: 4 credits, including Christian marriage
English: 4 credits, including composition
Math: 3 credits, including Algebra 1 and one geometry-based course
Social Studies: 3 credits, including America history and civics
Science: 2 credits, including Biology
World Language: 2 credits
Fine Arts: 1 credit
Physical Education: 1 credit, including health
Business: 1/2 credit, including Personal Finance
Practical Arts: 1/2 credit. Driver’s Ed is taught by Waterloo High School instructors and may be taken by any student who qualifies by age regardless of residence.
Electives: 3 units
*The senior service project, lasting 3 weeks, is required for graduation.