Graduation Requirements

A high school student follows a graduation plan structured by the school administrator. The self-instructional style of curriculum even allows students to advance toward an early graduation. PDF

General Studies

This diploma is designed for a student who has a background of average achievement, as well as the one who needs more emphasis on the basic skills. It is recommended for the average student who has not yet settled on a specific career path or college. It is a distance learning program generally accepted at most colleges.

The General Studies Course of Study must include the following: (Some core courses can be College Preparatory):

  • Math  3 cr
  • English  4 cr
  • Social Studies  4 cr
  • Science  3 cr
  • Required Electives  2 cr
  • Health  0.5 cr
  • Speech  0.5 cr
  • Technology / Business  1 cr
  • Other Electives  4.5 cr
  • Physical Education  1.5 cr

TOTAL = 22 credits

College Preparatory

This diploma is designed for a student who has a background of an above average achievement and is recommended for the student who desires a college education in preparation for a professional career. It is a distance learning program generally accepted at most colleges and universities.    

The College Preparatory Course of Study must include the following: (All courses must be College Preparatory):

  • Math  3 cr
  • English  4 cr
  • Social Studies  4 cr
  • Science  4 cr
  • Required Electives  4.5 cr
  • Other Electives  3 cr
  • Physical Education  1.5 cr

TOTAL = 24 credits

There are specific course requirements to meet this course of study’s completion.