To be eligible for high school graduation, students in the class of 2016 must earn 24 credits, and 2017- 22 credits. Students who complete graduation requirements prior to the end of their senior year will graduate with their class in June. . For more specific information, please contact the school.Pathways to Proficiency
Pathways to Proficiency is a program that links proficient performance on the Keystone Exams to graduation. Students scoring below proficient in Math, Reading, or both will be notified after the start of school. These students will have the opportunity to demonstrate proficiency on specified content by completing a school-based assessment. If they need additional work, these students will be mandated to participate in a remediation program in the fall. Multiple opportunities will exist to “test proficient” prior to the conclusion of the senior year.
If a student does not earn a proficient rating, then he/she will not be permitted to graduate.