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Graduation Requirements Overview
These graduation requirements reflect community input from over 1,400 parents and community members during the 2013 visioning process that emphasized the importance of both academic excellence and character development. From this process, the graduation requirements were changed in two primary ways: (1) specifying course requirements (not just numbers of credits) in core academic subjects, (2) adding the Capstones Project requirement. Both of these changes were enacted to ensure that students gained the knowledge and skill they needed to be prepared for learning after high school, to give students more flexibility in choosing an academic path that met their needs, and to expect that students maximized their learning opportunities in high school, not simply completed a number of credits.