Troy School District Graduation Requirements
English (4 credits):
*A grade earned in middle school will be calculated into the high school GPA.
*A full year of math or math-related credit must be taken during the final year of high school.
Physical Education (1 credit):
World Language (2 credits)
*These credits can be earned in middle school.
*Credits can be from two different languages.
*The second credit may be substituted with an additional VPAA credit.
Visual, Performing, and Applied Arts (VPAA) (1 credit)
*Applied Arts include courses in Business, Life Skills, and Industrial Career and Technical Technology Departments.
Online Learning Experience:
A 20-hour online learning experience is required for graduation. This is a non-credit requirement.
The Online Learning Experience is embedded into the middle school and high school experience.
State Assessment Program:
Complete participation in the State Assessment Program (M-STEP) is required for graduation.
Total required credits are 22.5 or more
PLEASE SEE YOUR COUNSELOR WITH ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT TESTING OUT
Public Act 335, Section 1297B, of the State Code requires that any high school student be offered the opportunity to “test out” of any course offered by his high school.
To “test out” students must exhibit mastery of the course by receiving a 77% or higher on a comprehensive, four hour exam. Exams are given on a set day determined by the administrators and department heads in the Spring.
The test out registration form must be completed online through the PowerSchool Parent/Student Portal. Submissions will be accepted starting March 4th, 2022 and will close on April 4th, 2022. Applications will be marked as "approved" and no action is required from parents after submitting the form.
· Log into PowerSchool at ps.troy.k12.mi.us (web version only)
· Click the Icon Forms from the Left Menu
· Open the form Waiving a Math Course through Testing Out and complete the required fields
FYI, this is the same procedure for NON Math test out too. There will also be a form to request any non Math class test out. No paper copies, it must be done online.
If you have any questions, please contact your counselor.