The diversity of courses offered at Archbishop Hannan High School allows our students to explore a variety of academic disciplines. From the arts to anatomy and physiology, students can discover their academic passion and unlock a world of potential interests and careers. Through careful planning, students can complete their high school education with a solid foundation for all of their future academic endeavors, possible college credits to help them on their way, and a love of learning that will last a lifetime.
When thinking about your specific academic goals, remember that not all courses are offered each year, and many courses have prerequisites that must be satisfied. If you have questions about your academic path, our guidance department will be happy to help you chart your course.
Required Program of Study (32 Credits)
Minimum requirements for graduation:
- English — 4 years
- Theology — 4 years
- Modern Language — 2 years
- Mathematics — 4 years
- Fine Arts — 2 Years (Fine Arts Survey for Seniors)
- Health and Physical Education — 2 Years
- Social Studies — 4 years
- Science — 4 years
- Computer Science – 1 Year
The remaining 5 elective credits may be taken in any of the academic subjects
The Curriculum Guide
The Archbishop Hannan High School Curriculum Guide provides you with a guide to the academic opportunities available to your child. In addition to course descriptions, the Curriculum Guide also contains general academic information and policies. If you would like more specific information, feel free to call or email our Academic Dean, Dr. Donalyn Hassenboehler.
Click here to download a PDF copy of the Curriculum Guide.