To earn a Woodland High School Diploma, a student must accomplish three tasks:

  1. Earn at least 24.0 credits and pass all required classes
  2. Show academic competency on the state exam (or through a Certificate of Academic Achievement option. See "Graduation Requirements and State Testing" for details.)
  3. Complete 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 is on a six period day schedule. Students can earn 6 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.

Specific Graduation requirements for each grade level can be found in our online curriculum handbook which can be accessed by clicking here.