Remember: All students are required to complete 40 hours of community service prior to graduation.
Students can keep track of how many credits they need in each subject area. It is recommended that credits are checked EACH year prior to registration for the next grade. Credits needed for upcoming graduating classes can be downloaded below:
State Testing & Graduation Information Follow these links for more information about state testing, state graduation requirements, and earning a diploma
www.k12.wa.us/GraduationRequirements/default.aspx (Washington State Graduation Requirements)
Think you can’t afford college? Think again!
The Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board is sponsoring four-year scholarships that covers the cost of college tuition, fees and books for low-income students who sign a pledge in 7th or 8th grade promising to graduate from high school and to demonstrate good citizenship. The purpose of the program is to motivate and prepare students to pursue a college education. For more information, please visit: www.hecb.wa.gov