How much does it cost to attend Brookshire?
Our fees are $75 upon enrollment and $50 per month until the student has earned their diploma.
Is Brookshire International Academy listed on the FAFSA(financial Aid) Application and can students take the SAT?
Yes. Our NMSQT number is 054443 for the SAT. When filing for financial aid through FAFSA, you only need to fill our your application at https://fafsa.ed.gov and when entering the High School information, you would select that you graduated from Brookshire International Academy in San Diego, California. If the receiving institution then refuses to admit you, their policies are not in line with state or federal requirements, however, they do hold the right to refuse admittance, and Brookshire cannot influence that decision.
Is Brooksire International Academy accredited?
Yes. Our accreditation is current with NALSAS as well as the San Diego Better Business Bureau. Brookshire International Academy is also a Candidate for Accreditation with NCA CASI, NWAC, and SACS CASI.
Is Brookshire International Academy listed with the Department of Education?
California School Code: 37 68338 6141774
Florida School Code: 8294
US Department of Education: A1300163 Click Here
Can I just take a test and get a diploma?
No. All students must meet both the required testing standards as well as a set amount of time devoted to lab and class time in order to meet the requirements set forth by the Department of Education in order to graduate with a diploma.
Do you have an academic calendar?
Yes. Our school operates 12 months out of the year with students starting their program every weekday. We have classes seven days a week except during Federal Holidays and certain scheduled in-service breaks for staff professional development.
What is the participation/attendance policy of Brookshire?
Brookshire understands the unique challenges our students face, but still has a policy designed for the success of our students. Brookshire students are required to participate in their assigned courses daily until they have earned their high school diploma. Any student who has reached 60 days of absenteeism without an authorized leave of absence from Brookshire will be expelled from the program.
Does your curriculum meet graduation requirements?
Yes. You can visit this link and check for the requirements in your state, then using the classes listed below. You may also see:
19 TEX. ADMIN. CODE § 74.26, 74.41 through 74.43, 74.51 through 74.53, 74.61 through 74.63
GA. CODE ANN. § 20-2-142, 20-2-151.1; GA. COMP. R. & REGS. r. 160-4-2-.47 and -48, 160-4-8-.12
FLA. STAT. ANN. § 1003.428
CAL. EDUC. CODE § 51225.3, 51224.5, 51222, 51241, 51242, 51243, 51244, 51245, 51246
ARIZ. ADMIN. CODE R7-2-302.4, R7-2-302.01 (Grand Canyon Diploma: ARIZ. REV. STAT. ANN. § 15-792
Algebra A & B College Prep (UC a-g Approved)
Algebra 1A & B College Prep (UC a-g Approved)
Integrated Science A & B
Music Appreciation A & B College Prep (UC a-g Approved)
Biology A & B
Economic Decision Making
Environmental Science A & B
Writing Composition A & B College Prep (UC a-g Approved)
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English 1 A & B College Prep (UC a-g Approved) ISBN 9780061000027, 9780439916257, 9780553272581
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American Government College Prep (UC a-g Approved) ISBN 9780547451381
U.S. History A & B College Prep (UC a-g Approved) ISBN 9780076646883
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Can you be more clear about what is required to graduate?
High School Graduation Requirements
To receive a high school diploma, students must fulfill state and district graduation requirements. State-mandated graduation course requirements (the state minimums) follow:
- Three years of English
- Two years of mathematics (including Algebra I)
- Three years of social science (including U.S. history and geography; world history, culture, and geography; one semester of American government; and one semester of economics)
- Two years of science (including biology and physical science)
- Two years of physical education
- One year of foreign language or visual and performing arts or commencing with the 2012–13 school year, career technical education. For purpose of satisfying the minimum course requirement, a course in American Sign Language shall be deemed a course in foreign language
Students who successfully complete Algebra I in middle school must still complete a minimum of two years of mathematics in high school. Recognizing that these 13 courses of preparation are state minimum requirements, local school boards often set local graduation requirements that exceed the state-mandated requirements.