Graduation Plans Explanation
HOW DO I GRADUATE WITH DISTINGUISHED LEVEL OF ACHIEVEMENT?
- Up to at least Algebra II in Math
- One Endorsement
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF GRADUATING WITH DISTINGUISHED LEVEL OF ACHIEVEMENT?
- Automatic Admission to Texas 4-Year Universities
- More Competitive Applicant for Admission to College/Universities
- Eligible for TEXAS Grant to help pay for college
WHAT IF I CHOOSE NOT TO GRADUATE WITH DISTINGUISHED LEVEL OF ACHIEVEMENT?
The state of Texas requires that every student entering high school plan to graduate with distinguished level of achievement. Only after the sophomore year can a student opt out of the distinguished plan after reviewing the benefits and having documented parental approval to opt out.