• Tips for graduating on time

    • Schedule a teacher or counselor conference
      • Schedule a face-to-face conference with the teacher prior to mid-quarter.
      • Ask teachers about assignment expectations and discuss re-testing, test correction and late assignment policies. 
      • If you need to meet with multiple teachers, ask the school counselor to arrange a conference for you.
    • Avoid excessive absences (10+) in any class
      • Any student with more than 10 absences in a class must attend an after-school program for absence recovery or receive an "F" in the course. It is very important to complete recovery in a timely manner.
      • If the course is required for graduation, the student will have to re-take the failed course.
      • Check with your student’s counselor about this policy.
    • Ask about missing credits
      • Know the graduation requirements (linked on this page). Contact your student's counselor if you have questions or concerns about credits.
      • Enroll in credit recovery or other course offerings to catch up and graduate on time if needed.
      • Check Power School regularly to see if there are any missing assignments or tests.
      • Request a conference to find out if your student can turn in assignments or re-take any missed or failed tests.
      • If your student has a 504 plan, make sure the teacher and student are following the accommodations and modifications in the plan.

    Current Graduation Requirements (Last Revised Jul 2022)

    For questions and concerns, please contact your students' counselor at their current school or home school.