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201 South Mountain Ave.
Ashland, OR 97520
Phone: (541) 482-8771
Fax: (541) 482-2172
Contact: Kelly Tygerson, Office Manager
Email: 
Student Resources

Student Resources


Graduation Requirements

One credit is granted for successfully completing one semester in any class. All classes at Ashland High School receive the same credit. Transfer credits are accepted as long as they are coming from an accredited institution. No class credit will be issued retroactively. All credit-bearing classes not offered by Ashland High School must be pre-approved by the principal or their designee.

Diploma
Section Specific Classes Credits
English   8
Social Studies
(must include)
Global Studies
American Studies
Government
Economics

2
2
1
1

Science
(must include)
Physical Science
Life Science
Additional Science
2
2
2
Mathematics At or above Algebra 1 6
Physical Education   2
Health Education
(must include)
Health
Family Health
1
1
Applied Arts, Fine Arts, or World Language *   6
Electives   12
Additional Requirements (see below)
Career Education 100 hours
(only 50 hours can be paid)
1
Demonstrate Proficiency In Essential Skills May be satisfied through Smarter Balanced & other nationally normed assessments as well as local work samples. Reading
Writing
Math
Total: 50
 

Work Experience, Community Service, Internship Hours

All students must complete 100 hours of community service; only up to 50 hours may be paid hours such as employment. Students need to turn in a community service hours form in the main office for records.

Career Education Program

The Career Education credit will be earned through the first semester of Senior Seminar. Beginning as freshmen, students will establish a personal education plan and a career education portfolio in their Grizz Academy class. Upon completion of Senior Seminar, a student will earn one credit of Career Education required for graduation.





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