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To graduate with an Advance Program diploma, scholars must officially test into the program. The last time a scholar can take the Advance Program test is in the fall of his or her sophomore year. See your counselor if you are interested in being tested. As an Advance Program graduate, you must earn 12 credits in Advance Program or Advanced Placement classes in at least three of the following areas: English, science, math, world language, and social studies. Students are required to take a minimum of three Advance Program (or Advanced Placement) classes each year. An overall grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 is required to remain in the program and also to graduate from the program. Advance Program scholars must also earn elective credits in Advance Humanities or Fine Art Specialization and three years of a world language.