There are two options for students to earn their high school diploma, ACCEL (18-credits) or Standard (24-credits). For both options, students must meet certain credit, grade point average (GPA) and assessment requirements to earn a high school diploma. A student's graduation requirements are determined by the cohort, which is the year the student first entered 9th grade, and the chosen graduation option.
Students should know their requirements and regularly monitor their progress toward earning a diploma. School counselors are available to assist students with planning for college and career readiness. Students can view an up-to-date report on their progress toward meeting graduation requirements on Virtual Counselor.
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