Core classes


/core/ /class.es/

n.noun

Also called core curriculum, core course of study refers to a series or selection of courses that all students are required to complete before they can move on to the next level in their education or earn a diploma. . For example, High school students must take the core curriculum to graduate. The core classes of standard academics are English, mathematics, science and social studies.

The purpose of implementing a core course of study is to ensure that every student take and complete courses that are deemed academically and culturally essential. By offering every student the essential basics of learning, students are given a fair and equal opportunity at achieving academic success. While any course of academics is beneficial, these core classes are recognized as the most invaluable courses. Moreover, without completing all of the core curriculum, a student will not be able to graduate.