Students should begin early to develop a course of study to assure successful post-secondary pursuits of his or her choice.
According to the State of Texas, students are required to have twenty‐six (26) credits to meet graduation requirements. TEA provides detailed information about the new graduation plans that seniors will graduate under this year.
Students must also pass all parts of the State testing required of his/her graduation plan to receive a diploma. The student’s transcript is the official record of all grades earned and all credits awarded and can be obtained by our campus Registrar.