Serving the Communities & Surrounding Areas of Brownsville, Halsey, Shedd & Peoria, Oregon.

Graduation Requirements

Total Credits Required (24 total):

  • English: 4 credits
  • Math: 3 credits
  • Science: 3 credits
  • Social Studies: 3 credits
  • Health: 1 credit
  • PE: 1 credit
  • Career Technical Ed, The Arts, or Second Language: 2.5 credits
  • Career Education: .5 credits
  • Electives: 6 credits

Essential Skills

  • Comprehend what is read
  • Write clearly
  • Apply math

Essential Skills can be met by:

  • Passing Essential Skills work samples in language arts courses (writing & reading) and math courses
  • Passing state math and English tests
  • PSAT reading test of 44 or better and math test score of 45 or better
  • ACT scores of 18 in reading, 19 in writing, and 19 in math or better
  • SAT scores of 440 in reading, 460 in writing, and 450 in math or better
  • Work Key scores of 5 or better in reading and math

Other Graduation Requirements

2019-20 Graduates

  • Develop an education plan profile (PEP)
  • Complete an extended application (essay completed in English or writing course during senior year in high school)
  • Visit three post-high school educational institutions and write a summary for each visit. Institutions include training centers, colleges, and technical schools
  • Complete one job shadow and write a summary of the experience
  • Complete two interviews at the Linn County Job Fair
  • Document 50 hours of community service

2020 Graduates and Beyond

  • Develop an education plan profile (PEP)
  • Complete an extended application (essay completed in English or writing course during senior year in high school)
  • Visit three post-high school educational institutions and write a summary for each visit. Institutions include training centers, colleges, and technical schools
  • Complete two job shadows and write a summary of the experience
  • Complete two interviews at the Linn County Job Fair
  • Document 50 hours of community service

ACT

  • Take ACT, preferably during 11th Grade

Due to Covid-19 restrictions and safety protocols the information may not be applicable or accurate currently. Please contact Ms. Harte with any questions you may have regarding this information.