The Tustin Unified School District voted 3 to 1 Monday to make several revisions to the high school graduation requirements, which will affect current eighth-graders graduating in 2004.
One revision increased science requirements from two to three years to comply with new state standards, and will add earth science to life and physical science.
Research and technology, a new semester computer course, was added as a required class. Students may test out of the course.
A health and safety course was eliminated, but the class material will be placed in the science curriculum.
The minimum math standard was also altered to require students to pass geometry, compared to the current requirement of two years of any kind of math.