Summer State Graduation Testing:
Dublin City Schools will be hosting summer intervention for English Language Arts, Biology, Algebra, and Geometry during the week of July 15 for students who need to retake a state end-of-course graduation assessments. Students will be contacted regarding the need to retest via a parent/student letter during the month of June. If you have questions regarding whether or not your child should participate, contact your building principal.
Students who enroll in summer intervention will complete an intervention course through Schoology designed to target core content areas for each tested subject. Each intervention class will have one teacher to provide additional intervention and guidance.
Students must register for summer testing and identify what type of intervention they will participate during the summer. Students are not required to attend summer intervention during the week of July 15 but it is highly encouraged all students at minimum complete the online intervention course prior to retesting. Students can register for any tests they would like to retake.
Assessment Graduation Requirement Information:
Throughout high school, students participate in seven end-of-course assessments to earn points for the graduation requirement. Students can earn up to five points on each of the seven end-of-course assessments. In order for students to meet the graduation requirement for Ohio’s State Tests, they must earn a cumulative passing score of 18 graduation points. A minimum of four points must be earned between the two English Language Arts assessments, a minimum of four points between the two math assessments, and a minimum of six points between the science and social studies assessments. In addition to meeting the minimum requirements for each content area, students must earn an additional four points total on any combination of the end-of-course assessments to meet the 18 overall requirement.
For additional graduation information, visit the resources and links listed on the right of the page.