Oklahoma State Core Curriculum Graduation Requirements

Page Academy is a fully Accredited program of Sand Springs Public Schools

The Oklahoma State Board of education has set the following requirements for a standard diploma:

  • 4 in English

  • 3 in Mathematics, algebra I or higher

  • 3 in Science

  • 3 in Social Studies, which must include

    • 1/2 credit in US Government

    • 1/2 credit in Oklahoma History

    • 1 Credit in US History

  • 1 in Computer Technology OR World Language

  • 1 in Fine Arts

  • 8 Electives minimum

  • Demonstrate proficiency on all fourteen (14) modules including Personal Financial Literacy curriculum

  • CPR/AED training

  • ICAP

  • ACE legislation requires one additional unit in one of the following areas: English, Social Studies, Science, Math, Computer Technology or World Language. This course must be approved to meet college admission requirements.

Assessment Requirements

For the 2020-2021 school year, students will take assessments in English Language Arts, Mathematics and Science (OSTP College and Career Ready Assessments ACT or SAT and Science Content in the 11th grade) in compliance with the Every Student Succeeds Act that are aligned with the Oklahoma Academic Standards. State law also requires students to be tested in U.S. History once during high school.

Each student is required to take the assessments included in the statewide student assessment system (OSTP College and Career Ready Assessments ACT or SAT and Science Content in the 11th grade) as adopted by the State Board of Education in order to graduate from a public high school with a standard diploma. Each student will also be required to meet any other high school graduation requirements adopted by the State Board of Education.

Beginning with students entering the ninth grade in the 2019-2020 school year (class of 2023), each student is required to complete the process of an Individual Career Academic Plan (ICAP) in order to graduate from a public high school with a standard diploma. 70 O.S. §2320.508-4

Districts are required to report on the transcript a student’s highest-achieved score on the assessments included in the statewide student assessment system adopted by the State Board of Education and any business- and industry-recognized endorsements attained.