Loyalton High School has a graduation success rate of over 99%.
53% of LHS graduates go on to college.
To graduate with a Certificate of Completion, a student must: Accomplish the requirements of an official Individual Education Plan (I.E.P) as a student enrolled in the District’s Special Education Program.
All students must complete 300 units and a Senior Project.
Including Algebra 1
English 9, English 10, English 11, English 12
Social Science 30
U.S. History and Geography 10
World History and Geography 10
American Government, Civics, Economics 10
Life Science 10
Physical Science 10
Requirement may be met through Agriculture Program
Physical Education 20
Should be taken in grades 9 and 10
State Requirements 10
May include 1 quarter of Driver Education
1 quarter other State mandated instruction
1 semester of Health
Fine Arts or Language 10
May include Drama, Art, Music, or Foreign Language
For students transferring into the District after grade 9, the principal will determine unit requirements for graduation. Unit requirements vary by year due to schedule changes; please check for changes in annual requirements