A-G Course List
Students wishing to be considered for admission to a four-year public college in California (either the California State University or University of California systems) must meet a series of course requirements called A through G (A-G). Students must take and pass the A-G course requirements – 15 specific high school courses with a grade of C or better. UC/CSU Admissions subject requirement (A-G). MY Academy offers a UC-CSU approved A-G high school course list that includes more than 225 approved course titles.
Academic and Career Guidance
Academic and Career Guidance is an important component of every student’s success. Upon enrollment, MY Academy’s counseling department conducts a thorough review of each student’s academic record. Working closely with the student, family, teacher and school counselor, an individual graduation plan is developed, implemented and monitored. The MY Academy team works with each student, parent, and educational rights holders as advocates for student success. The process is repeated, and each plan is updated at the beginning of every school year. MY Academy will prepare students for their post high school college and/or career pursuits.
College Week Live
College Week Live is a college fair that never ends! You can chat live with admission rep’s from colleges across the country, research colleges, scholarships and attend live presentations by leading authors and educational specialists: http://www.collegeweeklive.com/
MY Academy’s NCAA High School Code is 851295.
MY Academy students can establish NCAA eligibility for athletic aid, practice, and competition.
If your dream is to participate in NCAA Division I or II athletics, you need to be certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center. The NCAA has completed the school/program review for MY Academy Courses and proof of graduation from MY Academy may be used in the NCAA initial-eligibility certification process.
For more information on MY Academy’s NCAA Core Course List, click here: MY Academy’s NCAA Core Courses.
- California CareerZone is a career exploration and planning system designed especially for students: California CareerZone
- Road Trip Nation is a career exploration website with tons of resources including personalized online tools, video content, bestselling books, and live events: Road Trip Nation
- Interested in researching what the current highest paying jobs are? Or what industry has the fastest growing occupation opportunities? We encourage you to visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics which has some great tools to research information on careers: Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Handbook
Your Free Career test provides a short quiz (about 50 questions) and gives you a possible career based on your answers with links to research more about the career and colleges: Free Career Test
Wellness & Mental Health
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Crisis Text Line:
Text HOME to 741741 – free, 24/7 crisis support in the US
Crisis Text Line
For General Support and Non-Emergencies:
Text TEEN to 839863 or Call 310-855-4673 – Confidential Teen Line for teen-to-teen support every evening from 6:00PM to 10:00PM PST.
General Support and Non-Emergencies
Students under 18 years of age who are seeking a job must first obtain a work permit. Federal and State laws govern the number of hours a minor may work when school is in session. For more information, click here.