An El Dorado Union High School District student must earn a minimum of *220 credits by the end of the 12th grade year, in order to graduate. Click on the link below to view EDUHSD's graduation requirements.
*Beginning with the class of 2025, students will need a minimum of 240 credits to graduate.
Guidance Counselors are available to provide assistance in planning courses. For course descriptions, Career Technical Education pathways, and more, please reference the Course Directory
. For information on our districts Regional Occupational Programs (ROP), click here
Note: Completion prior to grade 9, of algebra course work that meets or exceeds state academic content standards shall not exempt a student from the requirement to complete three mathematics courses (30 credits) in grades 9- 12 (Education Code 51224.5)
Certificate of Completion
Students with disabilities may be awarded a certificate of completion rather than a diploma as determined by their Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Parents may contact their child’s special education case manager for information.