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Liberty Graduation Requirements

   To be eligible to graduate in Washington, a high school student must pass specific state exams, earn all required state and local credits, pass the district software tech requirement, and successfully complete a high school and beyond plan and a culminating project. Please be aware that graduation requirements for all classes may change depending on action by the Washington State Legislature. To participate in the graduation ceremony a student must meet all state, district and school requirements.

    Please explore the links below to learn more about the Liberty High School graduation requirements.  If your plan is to continue your education beyond high school, then make sure you also are aware of the 2 and 4 year college entrance requirements.

    Graduation Steps 

    Step 1: Create a Plan

    It is most beneficial if a student plans ahead his or her plan for meeting the high school graduation requirements and what they expect to do after graduation.

    Step 2: Pass all the required classes to earn your Liberty High School Diploma     

    Step 3: Pass State Exams (When in this link, please look under High School>Tests Required for Graduation by grad year.)

    These required state exams in Reading, Writing and Math differ according to graduation year.

    Step 4: Complete High School and Beyond Plan

    This learning project helps students understand the connection between school and the real world. ISD requires all students complete career exploration and preparation curriculum for 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grades in order to meet the state requirement of a culminating project. The final activity is an exit interview senior year.