Effective with the graduating class of 2015
Graduation from a Pueblo City Schools high school requires a completion of a minimum of twenty-four credits. All prescribed requirements set forth by the State of Colorado Department of Education and Pueblo City Schools Board of Education must be completed prior to the student participating in a graduation exercise.
Graduation requirements are designed to give each student a well-balanced and comprehensive high school education. Classes, when carefully selected, will help students explore their own interests and develop their abilities. In planning a course of study, students should consider the following:
A student may graduate at the end of the junior year or at the end of the first semester of the senior year provided that the student has completed the required 24 Carnegie units of credit effective with the class of 2012 and has met other graduation requirements that may be established by the Board.
Graduation shall be defined as completion of the course requirements and not the participation in commencement ceremonies.
Use of the term 'class of' followed by the specific year denotes the year of expected graduation for those students who began as freshmen.
Adopted March 12, 1985
Revised February 28, 1989
Revised April 9, 1996
Revised October 2, 2007
Pueblo School District No. 60, Pueblo, Colorado
Pueblo City Schools Board of Education reserves the right to change the requirements for graduation.