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Wamego High School Graduation Requirements

 

     

 

Wamego High School

GRADUATION

Course
Credit
English
4
Science
3
Integrated Algebra
1
Integrated Geometry
1
Advanced Math I
1
American History
1
American Government
.5
World Geography
.5
Other Social Studies
1
Fine Arts
1
Oral Communications
.5
Computer
.5
Physical Education
1
Electives
8
   
   
   
 
 

Total
24

Kansas Regents Qualified

ADMISSIONS

Course
Credit
English
4
Chemistry or Physics
1
Biology, Anatomy & Physiology OR Earth Science
2
Integrated Algebra
1
Integrated Geometry
1
Advanced Math I
1
American History
1
American Government
.5
World Geography
.5
Other Social Studies
1
Oral Communications
.5
Physical Education
1
Electives
9.5
   
 

Total
24

Kansas State

SCHOLAR

Course
Credit
English
4
Biology
1
Chemistry
1
Physics
1
Integrated Algebra
1
Integrated Geometry
1
Advanced Math I
1
Additional Math
1
American History
1
American Government
.5
Other Social Studies
1
World Geography
.5
Physical Education
1
Oral Communications
.5
World Language
2
Electives
6.5
 

Total
24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Graduation Requirements in addition to the courses listed in the above tables:

  • Successful completion of Senior Interview.
  • DMCT: Must achieve 80% competency or above
  • Students must enroll in at least 2 core curriculum courses each semester
  • 8 Semesters of attendance (Exception: Early Out Policy).
  • A test-out option is available for students meeting specific requirements (see student handbook).
  • No student can participate in graduation activities until ALL graduation requirements have been met.
  • Grades for teacher aides and office assistants will be posted on transcripts, but credit does not count toward graduation.
  • No credit will be given to any student who has not fulfilled all obligations.
  • No more than 2 units of the minimum requirements may be met by correspondence courses.  The courses may not be used to substitute for required courses.