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Course Selection

The Lynbrook Course Selection Guide, or course catalogue, provides valuable information on course descriptions by department, college admissions testing, guidance and planning, and educational options.

In addition to the information on this page, Lynbrook students should access their Guidance Advisee Schoology Class for additional information and assignments.

Supplemental Materials

Newer Courses

Science and Society was added to our curriculum in 2022. It is open to students in grades 10-12 and is a college preparatory science. Find a video here and flyer here.

Intro to Ethnic Studies/Health was added as an elective in 2023. Both courses are a semester long and paired together to make a year-long class. The courses are college preparatory and satisfy the g-elective requirement for college admissions. For more information on these courses, click on this link for flyers and find a video here.

Lynbrook Elective Program Information

Lynbrook boasts a thriving elective program with a variety of options to help foster student's interests while allowing them to explore and discover new ones. Below are some highlights for prospective students to enjoy.

2021-22 Electives Promotion Video

CTE Pathways

Information on FUHSD's Career Technical Education (CTE) pathways and cross-site courses can be found on the main district website.

CTE Pathways Information

Math Placement

FUHSD Graduation Requirements

A student must earn a minimum 220 units, meeting specific course and subject area requirements, in order to receive a high school diploma:





Social Studies






Physical Education




Selective Electives*


*Selective Electives

Students must complete 10 credits each in two (2) of the following three (3) areas:

  • Applied Academics: Career Technical Education, Business, Computer Science, Industrial Technology, Living Skills, Work Experience
  • Visual/Performing Arts: Art, Music, Theatre Arts
  • World Languages: Chinese, French, Japanese, Spanish

For more information about graduation requirements, please refer to the District Course Selection Guide or your high school's Guidance Office.