Increased credit and course graduation requirements are established according to the phase-in schedule detailed below.
All students are now required to earn 127.5 credits as well as earn a Competency Determination through participation in MCAS testing in order to graduate. In order to earn a Competency Determination on MCAS, all students in the classes of 2010-2013 must score above a 240 on English Language Arts and Math MCAS exams or successfully complete an Educational Proficiency Plan (EPP) if their scores range between 220-238. All students must pass the Science MCAS with a score of 220 or better. Students in the classes of 2012-2013 must also pass the Social Studies MCAS Exam.