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New Graduation Requirements Beginning 2013-14. May 9, 2013. GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS . Current Diploma Options. Special Education. Modified Diploma Phased out for incoming 9 th Graders (2013-14) Current grades 9-12 are still eligible Requirements roll up to Standard

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Special education
Special Education

  • Modified Diploma

    • Phased out for incoming 9th Graders (2013-14)

    • Current grades 9-12 are still eligible

    • Requirements roll up to Standard

      • Modified required 20 Standard Credits, 0 verified

      • Standard requires 22 Standard Credits, 6 verified

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Special Education

  • Credit Accommodations-

    • Approved by DOE to provide alternatives for students with disabilities to meet verified credit requirements

    • Credit Accommodations for students with disabilities may include:

      • Alternative courses to meet the standard credit requirements

      • Modifications to the requirements for locally awarded verified credits

Special education credit accommodations
Special EducationCredit Accommodations

  • Additional tests approved by the Board of Education for earning verified credits

  • Adjusted cut scores on tests for earning verified credits

  • Allowance of work-based learning experiences through career and technical education (CTE) courses

Career technical education virginia s credentialing initiative
Career & Technical EducationVirginia’s Credentialing Initiative

Must earn a VDOE approved CTE Credential to Graduate with a Standard Diploma

Career & Technical Education

Virginia’s Credentialing Initiative

Industry Credentialing Spring Administration

April 25—May 10

  • 10 Different Assessments

  • 20 High School CTE Courses

  • Approximately 1200 Students; Various Grade Levels

Career & Technical Education

Virginia’s Credentialing Initiative

Students can earn industry credentials in:

  • Adobe Photoshop

  • Agribusiness

  • AutoCAD

  • Family and Consumer Sciences

  • Financial Literacy

  • Hospitality Management Food and Beverage

  • Microsoft Office Specialist—PowerPoint

  • Microsoft Office Specialist—Word

  • National Professional Customer Service

  • Workplace Readiness Skills for the Commonwealth of VA

Career & Technical Education

Virginia’s Credentialing Initiative

(The Pruden Center)

Students can earn industry credentials in:

  • Automotive Collision Repair and Finishing

  • Automotive Electrical/Electronic Systems

  • Automotive Engine Performance

  • Automotive Engine Repair

  • Certified Internet Webmaster--Internet Business

  • Certified Internet Webmaster—Network Technology

  • Certified Internet Webmaster—Site Development

  • ComTIA A+ Practical

  • ComTIA A+ Essential

Career & Technical Education

Virginia’s Credentialing Initiative

(The Pruden Center)

Students can earn industry credentials in:

  • Early Childhood Education

  • Emergency Medical Technician

  • Introductory Craft Skills

  • Oracle

  • ProStart (National Restaurant)

  • ServSafe (National Restaurant)

  • Small Animal Science and Technology

  • Virginia Board of Barbering and Cosmetology

  • Virginia Board of Nursing Nurse Aide

  • Welding

Virtual course
Virtual Course

  • Compass Learning’s Odyssey Health Course may serve as the virtual course.

  • Selected modules will be assigned in the blended HPE9 course and the remaining modules will be assigned to HPE10.

  • This requirement will be met over a two year period.

Community service requirement
Community Service Requirement

  • Required to complete 50 hours of community service, which may include:

    • volunteering for a charitable or religious organization that provides services to the poor, sick or less fortunate;

    • participating in Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts or similar youth organizations;

    • participating in political campaigns or government internships;

    • and participating in school-sponsored extracurricular activities that have a civics focus.

Excellence in civics education seal
Excellence in Civics Education Seal

  • A grade of B or better average in Virginia & United States History and Virginia & United States Government with good attendance and no disciplinary referrals will be eligible for the State Board of Education’s Excellence in Civics Education Seal.

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Community Service Requirement

Recommended Number of Community Service Hours per Year

Grade 9 at least 16 hours

Grade 10 at least 17 hours

Grade 11 at least 17 hours

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Community Service Requirement

Students transferring into Suffolk Public Schools

will be required to complete the following hours of community service:

  • Entering in grade 10 at least 35 hours (recommend at least 18 hours per year)

  • Entering in grade 11 at least 20 hours (recommend at least 18 hours per year)

  • Entering in grade 12 at least 10 hours

Academic and career plan
Academic and Career Plan

  • The Academic and Career Plan is a framework/projection of a student’s plan of studies.

  • All schools shall begin development of a personal Academic and Career Plan for each seventh-grade student with completion by the fall of the student’s eighth-grade year.

  • Suffolk Public Schools began developing plans for students in grade 4.