Class of 2021 Graduation Requirements

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     To graduate from Oak Harbor High School, the class of 2021 students must:

     

    • Earn 24 credits, including specific course requirements (see below) 

    • Develop a High School and Beyond Plan (HSBP) that illustrates how they will meet high school graduation requirements and what they will do following high school. 

    • Complete a Graduation Pathway to demonstrate their readiness for a meaningful first step after high school; which could include obtaining a job, starting an apprenticeship, attending college, or joining the military. The Graduation Pathway(s) used by a student must be aligned with their HSBP. 

     

    For more information about your student’s specific graduation requirements, please contact your school counselor. 

    Emily Hilberdink last names A-Di ehilberdink@ohsd.net 

    Anna Chargualaf last names Do-K achargualaf@ohsd.net

    Stacey Mahoney last names L-Q smahoney@ohsd.net 

    Denise Waller last names R-We dwaller@ohsd.net 

    Christy Kellison last names Wh-Z ckellison@ohsd.net

     

    High School Graduation Credit Check Class of 2021 

     

    English  4.0 Credits 

    Math*  3.0 Credits | Alg I S1Alg I S2Geo S1Geo S23rd yr math3rd yr math

    Science** 3.0 Credits (2 credits lab) 

    Social Studies 3.0 Credits | World Hist S1World Hist S2US Hist S1US Hist S2 |Civics | Econ

    Health .5 Credits | Health 

    Fitness 1.5 credits 

    Career and Tech 1.0 Credits 

    Fine Arts 1.0 Credit | Arts or PPR 

    Electives 4.0 Credits 

    Electives Cont’d 

    World Language or PPR 2 Credits 

     

     

    * Senior year math or completion of pre-calculus is required for WA 4-year public college/university ** Math-based science is required for a WA 4-year public college/university 

    *** 2.0 consecutive world language credits are required for a WA 4-year public university See https://www.wsac.wa.gov/sites/default/files/2014.CADRS.Detailed.pdf 

    PPR - Personalized Pathway Requirements are related courses that lead to a specific post-high school career or educational outcome chosen by the student based on the student’s interests and their High School and Beyond Plan, which may include Career and Technical Education and are intended to provide a focus for the student’s learning. Students may use a PPR class for 1 Art Credit and/or up-to 2 credits of the World Language requirement. State Testing Requirements: