•    Planning Guide   

  • Garner Magnet High School's programs provides students many options based on their career goals, needs, and individual interests. Students may choose from a wide array of courses and programs. Choices that students make in high school impact the options they have for future education and job opportunities after high school.

    Students may select courses from Arts Education, Career and Technical Education, English Language Arts, English as a Second Language, Healthful Living, JROTC, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, and World Languages.

    Students must meet all course, credit, and test requirements to earn a high school diploma.  Courses are designed to prepare students for post-secondary opportunities from entry-level career options to highly technical fields, from community colleges to four-year colleges and universities.  Students are expected to pursue the most challenging course of study in which they can be successful.

    This planning guide is provided to assist students and their parents or court-appointed custodians in the planning and registration process.  It is the responsibility of all students and their parents or court-appointed custodians to help make sure that students are registered for the courses they need in order to meet graduation and college or university admissions requirements.

General Information

  • Graduation Requirements

  • Diploma Endorsements

  • UNC: Minimum Admission Requirements

  • Promotion Requirements

Course Requirements

  • Course Loads, Course Selection, and Course Withdrawal

  • Grades, Grade Point Average (GPA), Class Rank & Honors

Program Details

  • Drivers Education

  • NCAA Eligibility Requirements

  • Study Abroad

  • North Carolina Virtual Public School (NCVPS)

  • Credit Recovery vs Repeating a Course for Credit

Alternative Programs of Study

  • International Baccalaureate Programmes

  • Academically or Intellectually Gifted Services

  • Advanced Placement Program

  • Dual Enrollment Opportunities