College and Career Ready Diploma

COLLEGE & CAREER READY DIPLOMA WITH ENDORSEMENT

 

English

4.0

Math (must include Algebra 1, Geometry & Algebra 2 or equivalent)

 

4.0

Science

3.0

American Government

1.0

 

U.S. History

1.0

World History/World Geography

1.0

PE/HSROTC

2.0

Arts/Humanities/CTE/

HSROTC 5-6/7-8

1.0

Computer Literacy

0.5

Health

0.5

Electives

6.0

Must meet one or both endorsements College and/or Career

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TOTALS

24.0

Required Cumulative GPA

3.25 on a 4.0 scale (no rounding)

 

Students must complete the 24 credit requirements above for an Advanced Diploma and demonstrate the following:

  1. Proficiency in speaking not less than 2 languages (Seal of Biliteracy) or have earned not less than 2 credits in any combination of the following:
    1. Advanced Placement courses; or
    2. International Baccalaureate courses; or
    3. Dual credit courses or courses completed through dual enrollment; or
    4. Career and technical education courses; or
    5. Work-based learning (internships); or
    6. A world language course
    7. A world language course
  2. Plus, earn one or both endorsements:
    1. College Ready Endorsement
      1. English: 18 ACT English or SAT Reading 480; and
      2. Math: 22 ACT Math or SAT Math 530.
    2. Career Ready Endorsement
      1. Score of 50+ or higher on the ASVAB; or
      2. Score of Silver or higher on the NCRC; or
      3. Be a completer of a CTE program of study and earn the Nevada Skills Certificate; or
      4. Obtain an industry recognized credential on OWINN list (Nevada Industry-Recognized Credential).

 

Nevada Assessments Required for Graduation

 

In order to graduate from a Nevada high school with a Standard, Advanced, College & Career, or Honors diploma, a student must participate in the Nevada State high school assessments prescribed by law as diploma requirements for their respective graduating class.

 

Students who entered high school in the fall of 2012 and thereafter must participate in the College and Career Readiness assessment pursuant to Nevada Revised Statues 390.600 and 390.610 as prescribed by the Nevada State Board of Education. Students will take the assessment during their junior/11th grade year.

 

Students who entered high school in fall of 2016 and thereafter must participate in a civics examination pursuant to Nevada Senate bill 322 approved in 2017. Students will take the civics examination as part of the U.S. History or Government course.