Graduation Requirements

Students follow the high school graduation plan that was in place when they began ninth grade. The three graduation plans currently in use require students to earn 22 to 26 course credits.

The state's newest graduation plan, created by House Bill 5 passed during the 2013 Texas legislative session, is called the Foundation High School Program. Students entering ninth grade beginning with the 2014-2015 school year are automatically enrolled in this graduation program.

Students must pass five end-of-course assessments to meet the testing requirements for graduation. Those tests cover Algebra I, English I, English II, Biology and U.S. History.

To make sure you are on track for graduation, please contact the counselor assigned to your cohort.