To earn a diploma from Centura Public Schools, each student must complete a program of study that includes a specified number of hours and certain specific required courses. To earn a diploma, a student must have passed 230 credits.
A student must be enrolled at least 35 hours each semester. Students who have not met the minimum semester credit hours, or who have not completed the required courses, will not be allowed to participate in graduation exercises.
In grades 9-12, students accrue hours to meet the graduation requirements. Any failing grade in a required course requires that the course be retaken and students must earn the specified number of credits in order to graduate.
* Beginning, January, 2021, Speech will be a dual credit course. If students take Public Speaking through CCC as a Junior or Senior, it will take the place of high school Speech as a dual credit course, and meet the graduation requirements.
* Beginning in the 2021-2022 school year, Anatomy & Physiology will not be taken for science credit for graduation due to the standards changing.