Early_Graduation_Application_End_of_Junior_Year__Updated_September_20_2017.doc

Early_Graduation_Application_End_of_Junior_Year__Updated_September_20_2017.doc

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Union County Public Schools Application for Early Graduation End of the Junior Year Application Guidelines Graduation requirements are completed when all NC graduation requirements are fulfilled, all local standards have been met and the student has accumulated enough credits to meet the maximum potential minus four formula. Traditional high school graduates are expected to accumulate 28 credits (maximum potential – 32 minus 4 = 28). Career Academy students at South Providence and South Providence students are expected to accumulate 22 credits (North Carolina graduation requirements). 1. The student must have a conference with his/her counselor before the end of the junior year and submit a formal application at that time. 2. The student should have accumulated all but four credits necessary for graduation by the end of his/her junior year. If more than four courses are needed for graduation, a workable plan must be in place and approved by the school-based committee. The proposed courses for the student’s first semester of the senior year should be clearly printed in the appropriate area of the form and initialed by the guidance counselor.
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  • County Public Schools, early graduation

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