Leading and Learning
Student Success Grade Level Milestones

These grade level Milestones are a measuring tool for the academic success, allowing students and families to track and monitor expected student progress throughout high school. 

Graduation/Life Readiness Milestones

  • Monitor grades on myStudent/myLearning weekly and communicate to teachers and school personnel, as necessary
  • Minimum of at least a C or higher at the end of each quarter, for each course
  • Minimum of a 2.0 GPA at the end of each semester
  • Join clubs, fine arts programs, and sports throughout the year
  • Meet with counselor or grade level team to discuss interests and after high school next steps; ensure courses align with postsecondary plans

College/Career Readiness Milestones

  • Select online course to complete 10th grade year, in order to meet 24-Credit track requirement
  • Select specific 10th grade courses that support career interests and fulfill all requirements
  • Miss no more than 2 days per quarter
  • Complete and document a minimum of 25 hours of community service by 3rdQuarter
  • Sign-up for the PSAT, researched one to three careers of interest and college requirements

End of Year Expectations

  • Pass Florida State Assessment (FSA) ELA and Alg. 1 End of Course (EOC)
  • Select 10th grade courses required for graduation
  • Earn 6 credits for course completion
  • Earn a minimum of a 2.0 GPA to meet graduation requirements

Graduation/Life Readiness Milestones

  • Monitor grades on myStudent/myLearning weekly and communicate to teachers and school personnel, as necessary
  • Minimum of at least a C or higher at the end of each quarter, for each course
  • Minimum of a 2.0 GPA at the end of each semester
  • Join clubs, fine arts programs, and sports throughout the year
  • Meet with counselor or grade level team to discuss interests and after high school next steps; ensure courses align with postsecondary plans

College/Career Readiness Milestones

  • Select specific 11th grade courses that support career interests and fulfill all requirements
  • Miss no more than 2 days per quarter
  • Complete and document a minimum of 25 hours of community service by 3rdQuarter
  • Complete first year of World Language requirement
  • Begin college search and attended college fairs and researched admission requirements

End of Year Expectations

  • Pass Florida State Assessment (FSA) 10th Grade ELA
  • Pass Biology 1 EOC and Geometry EOC
  • Earn 12 credits for course completion
  • Earn a minimum of a 2.0 GPA to meet graduation requirements

Graduation/Life Readiness Milestones

  • Monitor grades on myStudent/myLearning weekly and communicate to teachers and school personnel, as necessary
  • Minimum of at least a C or higher at the end of each quarter, for each course
  • Minimum of a 2.0 GPA at the end of each semester
  • Join clubs, fine arts programs, and sports throughout the year
  • Meet with counselor or grade level team to discuss interests and after high school next steps; ensure courses align with postsecondary plans

College/Career Readiness Milestones

  • Select specific 12th grade courses that support career interests and fulfill all requirements
  • Complete online course requirement, if not completed during 10th grade year
  • Miss no more than 2 days per quarter
  • Complete second year of World Language requirement
  • Complete and document a minimum of 25 hours of community service by 3rdQuarter
  • Sign-up/take the SAT, ACT, and/or ASVAB (Military) assessments

End of Year Expectations

  • Pass Algebra 2 or Liberal Arts course
  • Pass third science course requirement
  • Ensure Algebra 1 EOC, FSA ELA, and Biology EOC requirements have been met
  • Earn 18 credits for course completion
  • Earn a minimum of a 2.0 GPA to meet graduation requirements

Graduation/Life Readiness Milestones

  • Monitor grades on myStudent/myLearning weekly and communicate to teachers and school personnel, as necessary
  • Minimum of at least a C or higher at the end of each quarter, for each course
  • Minimum of a 2.0 GPA at the end of each semester
  • Join clubs, fine arts programs, and sports throughout the year
  • Ensure postsecondary plans and follow through on any requirements

College/Career Readines Milestones

  • Miss no more than 2 days per quarter
  • Complete and document a minimum of 25 hours of community service by 3rdQuarter
  • Submit college application(s) by the end of 1st Quarter
  • Apply for FAFSA by October of the current school year
  • Sign-up/take the SAT, ACT, and/or ASVAB (Military) assessments
  • Apply for scholarship(s), BEGINNING of 1st Semester and throughout remainder of school year

End of Year Expectations

  • Earn 24 credits or 18 credits (ACCEL Option) for course completion, based on credit track
  • Earn a minimum of a 2.0 GPA to meet graduation requirements


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