The 2007 Legislature approved increased high school graduation requirements, which will first impact Idaho students who enter the ninth grade in the fall of 2009 (graduating class of 2013).
The Idaho State Board of Education worked extensively to create the new requirements to ensure all Idaho students are prepared to live, work and succeed in the 21st century. The Board held a series of public meetings and gathered input from all educational stakeholders across the state, including parents, teachers, administrators, legislators, and business and county leaders, before crafting the new requirements.
The new rule requires that all students:
The rule also requires school districts to offer students at least one advanced opportunity, such as concurrent credit, Advanced Placement or tech prep courses.
|Click Here to read the complete Administrative Rules for high school graduation requirements.|
|High School Graduation Requirements Updated 06/05/2014|
|FAQs About Requirements|
|Jerome High School Senior Project Handbook 2008-2009 — For more information regarding the Jerome School District Senior Project please contact (208) 324-2392.|
|Wood River High School Senior Project 2008-2009 — For more information regarding the Wood River High School Senior Project please contact Amy McGraw at (208) 578-5020.|
|Idaho Human Rights Article|
|Pocatello/Chubbuck School District Senior Project - 2010|