In order to graduate from Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School, a student must have earned at least 95 credits and complied with all state accountability requirements. Course requirements are the following:
Four years of English
Four years of Mathematics including completion of Algebra II or an Integrated Math equivalent
Three years of lab-based Science which may include technology/engineering
Three years of History/Social Science including US History and World History
Two years of Foreign Language or the equivalent
Four years of Physical Education
Three years of shop related
Three and a half years of shop
State requirements for MCAS Testing
Other requirements may be established by the school administration in relation to the particular program, otherwise the additional credits needed for a graduation may be selected from among elective courses. For the total number of credits required please see the high school program of studies or student handbook.
Credit for Foreign Study: Students who are away for a term or year to participate in a student exchange program or otherwise study abroad may receive credits toward high school graduation when (1) study plans are approved by the school administration in advance; and (2) the institution where the study occurred submits a record of the student's work. In these instances, the Principal and student's guidance counselor will evaluate the work and assign credit for it according to standards prevailing in Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School.
SOURCE: MASC October 2016
NOTE: If there are test requirements for graduation, these should be noted in the policy on Graduation Requirements. However, a policy on competency testing is properly filed in category IL, Evaluation of Instructional Programs, or a special subcategory of that code.