End-of-Course State Testing Requirements
Class of 2022 - Students must earn a minimum of 18 points on seven end-of-course state tests. End-of-Course tests are Algebra I, Geometry, English I (ELA I), English II (ELA II), American History, American Government, and Biology. Students can earn up to five graduation points on each test. Students must have a minimum of four points in math, four points in English and six points across science and social studies. For detailed information, please refer to the Ohio Department of Education website.
Classes of 2023 and Beyond - Students will take end-of-course tests in Algebra I, Geometry, English II (ELA II), American History, American Government, and Biology and must earn a passing score (684) on Algebra I and English II (ELA II) tests. Students who do not pass will be offered additional support and must retake the test at least once. In the event a student does not earn a 684 or higher, the student will work with their School Counselor to develop a plan based upon the guidelines set forth by the Ohio Department of Education.
Graduation Seals Requirements - Classes of 2023 and Beyond
In addition to End of Course State testing requirements, students in the classes of 2023 and beyond must also earn at least two Graduation Seals. There are two categories: State-Defined and Locally-Defined. Students must earn at least one State-Defined seal with the other from either category. For a complete list of available seals and the criteria for each, please click on the link below.
Four Year Plan
The Four Year Plan is designed to be a rough draft of a student's high school career. Changes to the plan each year are very common as interests and academic achievements progress. Students are encouraged to update this plan as often as needed, with a minimum of at least once a year.
Links to class-specific plans can be found below.
Students may earn an Honors Diploma based upon criteria set forth by the Ohio Department of Education.
Grading Scale, Grade Point Average and Class Rank
Please refer to the document linked here for detailed information.
Earning Credits and Grade Point Average Calculation
For detailed information regarding earning credits and grade point average calculation, please click here.
Honor Roll is earned based on a weighted quarterly grade point average.
Honor Roll 3.0 - 3.49
High Honor Roll 3.5 - 3.99
High Honor Roll with Distinction 4.0 +