Students must complete the following requirements:
Earn a minimum of 220 credits of coursework: 165 required credits & 55 elective credits
Visual or Performing Arts, World Languages or Career Technical Education
Note: Students earn 5 credits per class with a passing grade of A, B, C or D per semester.
A grade of "F" must be repeated in order to graduate and earn a diploma.
Earn a minimum of a C- average (1.75 GPA)
Submit eight (8) hours of community service or equivalent project during grades 9 - 12. The completed Community Service forms must be turned into your MVHS Student Services Technician by the end of the first semester of the student's 12th grade year.
Demonstrate grade level writing proficiency on a district benchmark activity (District Portfolio).
Students must submit eight (8) hours of verified community service or equivalent project by the end of the first semester of the student's 12th Grade year.
SVUSD requires all students to complete 8 hours of community service to a non-profit organization in order to graduate. Students have 3 1/2 years to complete their service hours; the form is due to the guidance technicians by the last day of the first semester of their senior year.
Download the form below and take it with you before you start your service. It will need to be signed by your service supervisor as proof that you completed the hours.
Information in the guide includes, but is not limited to: graduation requirements, a-g (4 year college eligibility requirements), various 4 year college systems (CSU, UC, private/independent schools) community college information, and career planning resources.
During grade 9, all freshmen should create a tentative four year plan. The primary goal is to increase students' career awareness and to make informed decisions regarding their future post-secondary goals, educational and career. School Counselors will work with students to devise a Four Year Personal Learning Plan. The plan is meant as a working document which spans from grade 9 through grade 12, allowing students to keep track of their graduation requirements as well as requirements necessary for college admissions.
* Courses chosen for the plan purposes are not locked in and may change as student interests, availability and prerequisite criteria are met.
Here is a blank copy of a useful form for parents and students to carefully plan and track the courses need for graduation and to properly position students for their post-high school goals.