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USD 310 Graduation Requirements

Traditional
27 units
Technical
27 units
Work Ready
27 units
Alternate
21 units
by permission only
4.0 units of Language Arts
3.0 units of Math
0.5 unit of Speech
3.0 units of Science (one lab science)
3.0 units of Social Science
1.0 unit of Personal Finance/Senior Project
1.0 unit of Physical Education (1/2 credit PE, 1/2 credit Health)
1.0 unit Fine Arts
1.0 unit from Regents Recommended Curriculum:
Math, Language Arts, Social Science, Science, Foreign Language, or Fine Arts
9.5 units of electives 
4.0 units of Language Arts
3.0 units of Math
0.5 unit of Speech
3.0 units of Science (one lab science)
3.0 units of Social Science
1.0 unit of Personal Finance/Senior Project
1.0 unit of Physical Education (1/2 credit PE, 1/2 credit Health)
1.0 unit Fine Arts
10.5 units vocational training (HCTEA) and electives
 
4.0 units of Language Arts
3.0 units of Math
0.5 unit of Speech
3.0 units of Science (one lab science)
3.0 units of Social Science
1.0 unit of Personal Finance/Senior Project
1.0 unit of Physical Education (1/2 credit PE, 1/2 credit Health)
1.0 unit Fine Arts
10.5 units electives which may include work experience and/or internship, WorkKeys Silver Level
4.0 units of Language Arts
3.0 units of Math
0.5 unit of Speech
3.0 units of Science (one lab science)
3.0 units of Social Science
1.0 unit of Personal Finance/Senior Project
1.0 unit of Physical Education (1/2 credit PE, 1/2 credit Health)
1.0 unit Fine Arts
4.5 units electives which may include work experience and/or internship

Kansas State Department of Education Graduation Requirements 2018-19

Each local board of education must have a written policy specifying that students are eligible for graduation only upon completion of at least the following requirements:

  • Four units of English language arts, which shall include reading, writing, literature, communication, and grammar. The building administrator may waive up to one unit of this requirement if the administrator determines that a pupil can profit more by taking another subject.
  • Three units of history and government, which shall include world history; United States history; United States government, including the Constitution of the United States; concepts of economics and geography
  • Three units of science, which shall include physical, biological, and earth and space science concepts and which shall include at least one unit as a laboratory course
  • Three units of mathematics, including algebraic and geometric concepts
  • One unit of physical education, which shall include health and which may include safety, first aid, or physiology
  • One unit of fine arts, which may include art, music, dance, theatre, forensics, and other similar studies selected by a local board of education
  • Six units of elective courses