School Board Votes To Change Graduation Requirements For Alternate Education Students

Close up of a graduation cap and a certificate with a ribbon

 

Garden City, Ks. (westernkansasnews.com)

The USD 457 School Board voted unanimously Monday Night to change the graduation requirements for students attending the Alternate Education Center.  Students at the Alternate education Center will now need only 21 credits to graduate, the minimum state requirement.  Garden City High School has a 26.5 credit graduation requirement and this diploma will still be an option should the Alternative Education Student choose to pursue more credits.


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