To earn a Woodland High School Diploma, a student must accomplish three tasks:
- Earn at least 24 credits and pass all required classes
- Show academic competency on through one of the different assessment options as outlined in this document.
- Complete a Culminating Project as well as a High School and Beyond Plan
Woodland High School operates on a two semester system with four grading periods. Semester grades are given after the second and fourth quarters. Those semester grades are the marks recorded on student transcripts and are the permanent grades for courses taken.
The high school runs on a six period day, with an advisory period. Students can earn 6.5 credits in a year. Please see the following pages for the required classes for your graduation year.
It is a policy of the Woodland School District that to receive a Woodland High School diploma a student must be enrolled in the high school for at least their final semester prior to completing graduation requirements.
Apply for Financial Aid
- You and your family should save this year's pay stubs to estimate income on aid forms that you'll file early next year.
- Submit your FAFSA as soon after January 1 as possible. Men who are 18 years of age or older must register with Selective Service to receive federal financial aid.
- Many priority financial aid deadlines fall in February. To get the most attractive award package, apply by the priority date. Keep copies of everything you send.
The school board voted to waive the entire Culmination Project presentation component this year. All other grade level presentations, service hours, Reflective Essay, etc. are still required. So, anything that was due by January is still required to graduate this year. Please contact Mrs. Sturdivan if you have any questions.
State/National Scholarships: Here on the first page you will find information on various state and national scholarships, as well as other resources on scholarships.
Woodland Local Scholarships: On the second page is all the information needed for the Woodland Local Scholarships, however, these pages are only accessible during the application process (Dec-Mar each year).
Important Dates and Info
If you are interested in trying out to be one of two graduation speakers this year, you will need to sign up prior to May 11th (4:00 p.m.). Click here to sign up for tryouts.
Graduation is sneaking up quickly!!! Below are important dates that you will want to mark on your calendars. Remember, seniors must have a cap and gown ordered to walk in the graduation ceremony. Please contact Jostens at Jostens.com if you still need to order one.
May 6- Announcements from Jostens handed out - balance must be paid if full - more details to follow on times, location, etc.
TBD- Cap and Gowns Handed Out - balance must be paid in full
ACT and SAT Test Dates (2019-2020)
|ACT Test Date||Registration Deadline||ACT Scores Available|
|October 26, 2019||Sept. 20th||Nov. 12th|
|December 14, 2019||Nov. 8th||Dec. 26th|
|February 8th, 2020||Jan. 10th||Feb. 25th|
|April 4th, 2020||Feb. 28th||Apr. 14th|
|June 13, 2020||May 8th||June 23rd|
|July 18, 2020||June 19th||July 28th|
|SAT Test Date||Registration Deadline||SAT Scores Available|
|August 24, 2019||July 26th||Sept. 6th|
|October 5, 2019||Sept. 6th||Oct. 18th|
|November 2, 2019||Oct. 3rd||Nov. 15th|
|December 7, 2019||Nov. 8th||Dec. 20th|
|March 14th, 2020||Feb. 14th||Mar. 27th|
|May 2nd, 2020||Apr. 3rd||May 15th|
|June 6, 2020||May 8th||July 15th|
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