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Graduation

What's New

OSPI presented an all-day workshop on HB1599 at the Wa School Counselor Association Conference.  Click here to access that slide deck.

The NEW Graduation Pathways Toolkit has just been published for the Class of 2020! The Toolkit is a resource to help educators and families understand state graduation requirements. 

Graduation Pathways one-pager

Contact Information

Graduation

Kim Reykdal
360-725-6168

To graduate from high school in Washington, students must earn credits, demonstrate readiness to graduate through one of the pathways, and complete a High School and Beyond Plan.

Resources for educators, school districts, and families can help support students to graduate with a diploma and a meaningful plan for a successful future.