Graduation Requirements

 

Oklahoma Requirements for High

School Graduation, Student Testing,

and Oklahoma’s Promise

 

Oklahoma’s High School Graduation Requirements

under Title 70 Oklahoma Statutes § 11-103.6

 

College Preparatory/Work Ready Curriculum Standards

Students entering the 9th grade are required to enroll in the College Preparatory/Work Ready Curriculum. A student’s parent or legal guardian may complete an opt-out form provided by the school to request that the student be enrolled under the Core Curriculum standards also in state law.

This curriculum meets the state’s requirements for high school graduation and a standard diploma. The local Board of Education may set graduation requirements above the state standards.

This curriculum is aligned to the requirements for college admission at Oklahoma’s colleges and universities.

This curriculum is aligned to "Oklahoma’s Promise," a program that provides a college tuition waiver for students who meet specific eligibility requirements.

Students must meet additional requirements related to the Personal Financial Literacy Passport and CPR/AED (see details on checklist page).

COLLEGE PREP REQUIREMENTS CHART

Core Curriculum Standards

Students will enroll in the Core Curriculum standards outlined in state law if the parent or legal guardian gives approval in writing for the student to opt out of the College Preparatory/Work Ready Curriculum. For details see "Success" brochure or graduation requirements online at www.sde.state.ok.us.

This curriculum meets the state’s requirements for high school graduation and a standard diploma. The local Board of Education may set graduation requirements above the state standards.

Not all courses included in this curriculum are aligned to requirements for college admission, but students may be admitted to college if they complete the required coursework for college admission.

Not all courses included in this curriculum are aligned to requirements for college admission, but students may be eligible for the Oklahoma’s Promise tuition waiver if they complete the required coursework.

Students must meet additional requirements related to the Personal Financial Literacy Passport and CPR/AED (see details on checklist page).

CORE CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS CHART

The decision to opt out of the College Preparatory/Work Ready Curriculum to the Core Curriculum standards may be made more than once, but it may become more difficult for a student in the upper grades to select specific courses necessary for high school graduation. Contact your local high school counselor for assistance.