To be eligible for graduation, students must:
Earn 230 credits and complete all subject requirements.
Progress Towards Graduation
There are many resources to help families track progress toward graduation. To the left, you will see a rubric that outlines courses students need for graduation, college eligibility (A-G requirements) as well as necessary courses to be eligible under NCAA rules. Below are several course planning resources for families to access in planning a student's high school courses.
Students have access to his or her personal transcript via student connect. Additionally, counselors can provide an unofficial copy per student or parent request. (Official transcripts must be requested via Parchment on the Transcripts Page
). We encourage students and parents to review transcripts in detail to determine if they are on-track for graduation. Students who are deficient in credits or subject requirements need to meet with their counselor right away to develop a plan to get back on track. For most students, this means attending summer school or completing additional independent study work during the regular school year.