Graduation Requirements: The Cristo Rey De La Salle High School graduation requirements exceed the UC A-G Requirements.

English 4 years
Mathematics 4 years
Catholic Studies 4 years
Laboratory Science 4 years
Social Science 3 years
World Language 2 years
Health and Physical Education 1 year
Visual and Performing Arts 1 year

For 2018 – 2019, Cristo Rey De La Salle currently uses the Teach to One: Math personalized learning platform for Algebra I, and the Summit Learning Platform base curriculum for English, Biology, and Health/Physical Education with plans to implement the remainder of their base curriculum over the course of four years.

Social Science
World History and Geography
United States History/AP United States History
Government and Politics/AP Government and Politics

English 10/English 10 Honors
English 11/AP English Language and Composition
English Language and Composition/AP English Language and Composition
English Literature and Composition/AP English Literature and Composition
Creative Writing
World Literature

Algebra I
Algebra II with Trigonometry
AP Statistics
AP Calculus AB and BC

Laboratory Science
Human Anatomy/Honors

World Language
Spanish I
Spanish II
Spanish III
Spanish IV
Spanish Language AP
Spanish Literature AP

Visual and Performing Arts
Musical Theater I
Musical Theater II
Musical Theater III
Art Survey I
Art Survey II
Art Survey III
Choral Music

Catholic Studies
Catholic Studies 9: The Lasallian Catholic Experience
Catholic Studies 10: Hebrew and Christian Scriptures
Catholic Studies 11: Church History and Social Justice and Ethics
Catholic Studies 12: World Religions and Christian Service and Vocation

Corporate Work Study

Theology Curriculum Overview

The Religion Department of Cristo Rey De La Salle East Bay High School seeks to inspire in the hearts of our students a love for the person of Jesus Christ, by leading them into a deeper understanding of the Catholic faith and encouraging them to put that faith into action through service and spirituality. “Always be ready to give an explanation to anyone who asks you for a reason for your hope, but do it with gentleness and reverence”. (1 Peter 3:15-16) Through learning about Jesus Christ, students are invited to know His love for them and find hope and purpose for their lives. We apply reason to understanding the truths of our faith so that our students are always ready to give an explanation for their hope.