FAQ

Chapter 9, Article 1, Sections 1 and 2 (WS 21-9-101 and 21-9-102) define that all schools in Wyoming must provide an education program that covers the following areas of knowledge and skills:

- Reading/language arts;
- Social Studies;
- Mathematics;
- Science;
- Fine arts and performing arts;
- Physical education;
- Heath and safety;
- Humanities;
- Career/vocational education;
- Foreign cultures and languages;
- Applied technology;
- Government and civics, including state and federal constitutions, including a satisfactory examination as a prerequisite to graduation;
- Problem solving;
- Interpersonal communications;
- Keyboarding and computer applications;
- Critical thinking;
- Creativity;
- Life skills, including personal financial management skills.

All curriculum within these knowledge and skill areas is defined by the local districts; please contact your local district, school, and teachers for more detailed information regarding what your student is learning this year.

High school students must successfully complete the following components, as evidenced by passing grades or by the successful performance on competency-based equivalency examinations:

- Four (4) school years of English;
- Three (3) school years of Mathematics;
- Three (3) school years of science;
- Three (3) school years of social studies, including history, American Government and economic systems and institutions;
- Successfully passing an examination on the principles of the constitution of the United States and the state of Wyoming.

These requirements are the minimum; each local school district has the right to augment these requirements to fit their needs. Contact your district for more information on the requirements your students must fulfill to successfully graduate high school.

Every school district in Wyoming has a system for tracking student grades. Contact your child’s school for information about how to access grade updates.

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