ROSALIA SCHOOL DISTRICTGraduation Requirements for the Class of 2020 and Beyond
Graduation Pathway Options: see below
Math (Alg. 1, Geometry, 3rd Year Math)
**3rd credit of math is chosen by the student based on the student's interest and High School and Beyond Plan.
Science (Physical Science and Biology, 3rd year of Science)
**3rd credit of science is chosen by the student based on the student's interest and High School and Beyond Plan
Social Studies (Civics, Economics, US Hist., CWP)
*1 credit may be a Personalized Pathway Requirement (a related course that leads to a specific post high school career or educational outcome chosen by the student based on the student's interest and High School and Beyond Plan, that may include Career and Technical Education, and are intended to provide a focus for the student's learning.
Washington State History
Career and Technical Education/ Occupational Education
World Language/ Personal Pathway Credit
*Both credits may be a Personalized Pathway Requirement based on the student's interest and High School and Beyond Plan.
50 hours of Community Service
Graduation Pathway Options
Beginning with the Class of 2020, students must also meet at least one of these pathway options to graduate:
- State Assessment- Meet or exceed the gradution score in the Smarter Balanced Assessments (SBA) in English Language Arts (ELA) and mathematics or in WA-AIM (Washington Access to Instruction & Measurement)
- Dual Credit- Earn at least one high school credit in ELA and at least one high school credit in math in dual credit courses (Running Start, College in the High School, and/or Career and Technical Education dual credit courses)
- AP/IB/Cambridge- For both ELA and math, earn a 3 or higher on certain Advance Placement (AP) exams or a 4 or higher on certain International Baccalaureate (IB) exams or an E on certain Cambridge International exams, or pass the course with at least a C+
- SAT/ACT- Meet or exceed the graduation scores set by SBE (State Board of Education) in math and ELA portions of the SAT or ACT
- Transition Course- Pass a transition course in ELA and math ( for example, a Bridge to College course) which allows students to place directly into a credit-bearing college level course
- Combination- Meet any combination of at least one ELA and one Math option of those options listed above
- ASVAB- Meet standard on the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) by scoring at least the minimum established by the military for eligibility to serve in a branch of the armed forces**
- CTE Sequence- Complete a sequence of Career and Technical Education (CTE) course**
**Note: Students who pursue these pathways (ASVAB or CTE) do not need to meet English and math requirements seperately. English and math content are embedded in both pathways- and a student who meets either the ASVAB standard or the CTE pathway requirements has met the gradaution pathway requirement.
For more indepth information on each pathways please visit the State Board of Education Website (SBE)