A minimum of 24 ½ units of credits are required for graduation.
Graduation diplomas are earned when the student completes all the requirements of the prescribed course of study. The actual diploma a student receives will be determined by their course of study: College Preparatory, or General. To accomplish this, some students may need to attend summer sessions, when offered, or additional semesters as needed to acquire the necessary credits to graduate. No student will participate in the graduation ceremony until all course work is completed.
Graduation is reserved for students who completed their education as on-campus students.
To be considered for Valedictorian or Salutatorian, a student must be on the college Preparatory Course of study and have an overall G.P.A. of at least 3.51.
To graduate with honors, a student must have an overall G.P.A. of at least 3.33 from either Course of study.
High School students are classified according to the total number of credits completed as follows:
9th Grade (Freshman): 0-6
10th Grade (Sophomore): 7-12
11th Grade (Junior): 13-18
12th Grade (Senior): 19 or more completedcredit hours
Ask the Head of School, Dr. Craig Shaw
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