Below is the College Place High School Graduation Checklist and planning document. Students will become very familiar with this tool as they engage in their high school and beyond and post-high school planning with Pathway Specialists and our counseling team.
Additionally, to graduate, students must develop a plan on how they will meet the high school graduation requirements and what they will do following high school. A student’s plan, which ideally should be started in eighth or ninth grade and revised as he/she moves forward, should include the classes needed to prepare for a two- or four-year college, apprenticeship, career or technical school, certificate program or the workforce. Each school district determines the guidelines for the high school and beyond plan. Questions about the guidelines should be directed to our counseling team and high school office staff.
To learn more about high school graduation requirement please visit OSPI.