High School Completion Program

What Does the Program Involve?

The length of time required to earn a diploma varies depending on the number of credits you bring to the program. An evaluation of your transcript will assist in determining course work needed to earn a diploma.

 

To receive a high school diploma, you must earn 19 high school credits. Of these, 13.5 credits must come from the required classes listed below. An additional 5.5 credits are earned from a variety of electives that you may choose.

 

Required Course
Credits
 
Language Arts (Communication)
3
Mathematics
2
Occupational Education
1
U.S. History
1
Contemporary World Problems
1
General Science
1
Lab Science
1
Washington State History
0.5
Fine Arts
1
Health and Fitness
2
Electives
5.5
Total
19

 

Beginning with Class of 2008, students are subject to additional state requirements:  WASL, Culminating Project, and High School and Beyond Plan.

 

Students enrolled in the High School Completion Program must maintain an accumulative GPA of 2.0 in order to be awarded a high school diploma.

If you are 18 or older, high school credits may be granted for on-the-job training, work experience, military experience, community volunteer work, marriage and child rearing, and college credits. Please coordinate these activities with the High School Completion Office.

 

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