Sheridan High School, located in Sheridan, Wyoming, is a four-year public high school providing a comprehensive curriculum that offers students with a broad array of courses and activities that prepare them with the skills and knowledge for success.
For each Sheridan High School student, a traditional four-year graduation plan is created with required subject area courses and individual choice of electives. The graduation plan must consist of 24 credits.
For students going beyond the traditional curriculum and seeking enhanced courses, Sheridan High School offers 12 Advanced Placement courses. Students successfully qualifying on the AP exam may apply scores for possible college credits, based on individual college requirements.
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