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The Washington State Board of Education established graduation requirements that will require each student to develop a high school and beyond plan to guide his/her high school experience along with expectations for the year following graduation.
Graduation requirements for the school district are to:
- Qualify for a Certificate of Academic Achievement (CAA) or Certificate of Individual Achievement (CIA);
- Develop a High School and Beyond Plan – a plan for meeting high school graduation requirements and post-high school career goals;
- Beginning with the graduating class of 2019, the state-required minimum number of credits has changed from 23 to 24. The specific requirements for the Class of 2019 can be found in the WAC 180-51-068.
- Students who entered 9th grade in the fall of 2020 are considered a member of the 2024 class.
- graduation requirements