For a complete list of DPS Graduation options, please visit College & Career.
Starting with the Class of 2021, students must complete three key requirements to earn a diploma.
|Social Studies||3 units(to include .5 unit of Civics)|
|Physical Education||1 unit|
|Arts or eligible CTE||1 unit|
|Approved Electives||8 unit|
|Competency Option||English Minimum Score||Math Minimum Score|
|Accuplacer||95 (Sentence Skills)||61 (Elementary Algebra)|
|American College Testing (ACT)||18||19|
|ACT WorkKeys – National Career Readiness Certificate||Bronze or higher||Bronze or higher|
|Advanced Placement (AP)||3||3|
|Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)||31||31|
|Concurrent Enrollment (CE)||C- or higher in eligible course||C- or higher in eligible course|
|District Capstone||District approved||District approved|
|Industry Certificate||District approved||District approved|
|International Baccalaureate (IB)||4||4|
|Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)||470||500|
|Standards-based assessment||Statewide scoring criteria||Statewide scoring criteria|
This menu is subject to change and revision from the state. When changes are made, the district will update its policy to ensure adherence to the state’s guidelines.
Students who requesting to attend Respect Academy must:
Prospective students should arrange time to drop off the DPS enrollment packet and Respect application prior to the beginning of the quarter. Students and guardians are also encouraged to attend one of the Open House dates. Please contact the Respect main office if you have any questions at 720-423-5228.