Assessment / Requirements

High School Graduation Requirements


Warden School District Graduation Pathways

The Washington State Legislature passed HB 1599 in 2019 which gave students multiple pathways to graduation. The students use their High School and Beyond Plan to prepare for their lives after graduation. All students will be required to meet one of following graduation pathways.


Warden School District CTE Course Sequence Graduation Pathway

Students who complete a sequence of CTE Courses that align to their High School and Beyond Plan have met the Graduation Pathway.

Program Area CTE Dual Credit Course Options (1.0) CTE Course – Non Dual Credit (1.0)
Agriculture Sciences
  • Animal Science
  • Food Science
  • Plant Science
  • Agriculture Mechanics
  • Agriculture Mechanics & Equipment Technology
  • Agriculture Science
  • Floriculture
  • Agriculture Business
Business & Marketing
  • Digital Communication Tools
  • Applied Math
  • Introduction to Computer Science
  • Digital Communication Tools
  • Introduction to Marketing


Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) Test

The ASVAB may be used to meet the graduation pathway if the student scores at least the minimum score (31) on the Armed Forces Qualification Test (AFQT) portion of the test. Students may also get an AFQT score at a Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) using a validated PiCAT (Pending internet Computerized Adaptive Test).


ELA & Math Pathways

Students may use a combination of at least one ELA and one Math pathway from the following:

  • College Entrance score on ACT, SAT, AP Exams
  • Dual Credit Courses that earn college credit
  • Smarter Balance Assessments
  • Transition Course such as Bridge to Math & Bridge to English
  • Washington Access to Instruction & Measurement (WA-AIM) Assessment