High School diploma is granted to students who satisfy the following requirements:
- Students must demonstrate
- Functional literacy in the Armenian and English languages
- Knowledge of United States history, including concepts and processes of democratic government
- Knowledge of history, culture, and traditions of the Armenian people — their struggle for self-preservation in the Diaspora, their self-determination on their ancestral homelands, and their full independence.
- Students must achieve a minimum 2.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) at the end of the academic year and attain passing grades in all the courses taken during the senior year.
- Students must not have failing grades “F” in high school subjects. All failing courses must be repeated by attending evening/summer classes offered at other educational institutions with a grade “C” or better.
- Students must complete a minimum of 260 units. For a complete list of units, please refer to “Graduation Subject Area Requirements” section of this Handbook. Graduation requirements are not fulfilled if students have failing grades for which credit is not granted.
A student is responsible to fulfill the above listed conditions before completion of the senior year. High School Diploma will be granted only after satisfying the above conditions.