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In January of 2007, the State Board of Education voted to adopt new high school graduation requirements. These new requirements are designed to better prepare each student for success in college, work, and citizenship. To earn a diploma, students will need to successfully complete the credit requirements, demonstrate proficiency in the Essential Skills, and meet the personalized learning requirements. Students will also have the option to earn credit for proficiency. A phase-in schedule (2007 – 2014) has been created to allow students, families, schools and teachers to adequately prepare to meet these new requirements.


Diploma Requirements


Credit Requirements Credit Requirements
A summary of changes to the minimum statewide credit requirements for graduation.

Essential Skills Essential Skills
All students must demonstrate proficiency in these process skills before they are awarded the diploma.

Personalized Learning Requirements Personalized Learning Requirements
Resources for Education Plan and Profile, Extended Application, Career-Related Learning Experiences, and Career-Related Learning Standards.

Proficiency Credit for Proficiency
Credit for Proficiency provides students the opportunity to earn graduation credits within Oregon’s standards-based system by demonstrating what they know and can do.

Background

Background

A review of the evolution of the diploma requirements from survey results to the State Board decision paper.

Get Ready Oregon Explore this website about the diploma designed for students, parents and community members.

  Standards

Diploma At-a-Glance

Summaries of the diploma requirements as determined by the year the student was first enrolled in Grade 9.

Guidance

Guidance for Districts

Materials and resources to support districts as they implement diploma requirements.

High School Exit Options

High School Exit Options

Information on the Modified Diploma, Extended Diploma, Alternative Certificate and GED.

Toolkit

Diploma Toolkits

Resources developed specifically for administrators, teachers, students, counselors and business and community members to ensure successful implementation of the Oregon Diploma requirements.

FAQ's

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions and answers about the Oregon Diploma.

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