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Academic Planning & Graduation Requirements for Military Families

Academic Planning

Academic planning is essential to student success.? 91老司机 partners with students and families to ensure that a course of study is developed that meets the individual academic and social needs and interests of the students we serve.

Elementary Students

Families of students in grades K through 5 are encouraged to carefully review the Program of Studies. This program outlines major skills and content which children are expected to learn at each of the elementary grade levels. The curricula include all the Virginia Standards of Learning. Families who desire to review the full range of grade level objectives or program description are encouraged to review local and state curriculum guides and text materials available in each school.

Secondary Students

Families of students in grades 6 through 12 are encouraged to carefully review the appropriate Program of Studies to identify the course of study that best meets the needs of their child.? The middle and high school programs of studies are renewed annually to ensure that 91老司机 offers courses that meet Virginia graduation requirements as well as the interests of students and teachers.? These documents provide families with a listing of each course offered along with a detailed description of the course objectives.? Families will also find information regarding graduation requirements, credits earned, and prerequisites in the Programs of Study.

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Free eKnowledge SAT/ACT Power Prep Program for Military Families

A group of NFL, AFL, CFL, and NFL Europe football players represented by Victory Sports Group has sponsored SAT/ACT Power Prep programs for all military families. These programs retail for $199.95 each, but through the player’s sponsorship, individuals may obtain a program for just shipping and materials cost. We appreciate the player’s involvement and encourage interested students to request a sponsored program before the sponsorship runs out.

Graduation Requirements

Standard Diploma

The is earned by earning at least 22 standard credits and five verified units of credits. Students earn standard credits by successfully completing required and elective courses. Students earn verified credits by successfully completing required courses and passing associated end-of-course Standards of Learning (SOL) tests or other assessments approved by the state Board of Education.

Advanced Studies Diploma

The is earned by earning at least 26 standard credits and five verified units of credits. Students earn standard credits by successfully completing required and elective courses. Students earn verified credits by successfully completing required courses and passing associated end-of-course Standards of Learning (SOL) tests or other assessments approved by the state Board of Education.

Applied Studies Diploma

The is a diploma option available to students identified as having a disability who complete the requirements of their individualized education programs (IEPs) and meet certain requirements prescribed by the Board of Education pursuant to regulations, but do not meet the requirements for any named diploma.

Accommodations for Disabilities

are intended for certain students at the secondary level who have a disability and are unlikely to meet the credit requirements for a Standard Diploma. Eligibility and participation in the program are determined by the student’s IEP team and the student, when appropriate. Decisions of eligibility and participation may be made at any point after the student’s eighth grade year. Written consent from parents/guardians must be obtained for a student to choose this diploma program.

Other Diplomas & Certificates

  • General Achievement Adult High School Diploma (GAAHSD) Program
  • General Educational Development Certificates (GED)
  • Certificate of Program Completion