The responsibility for completing all graduation requirements is that of the students. While teachers and counselors will assist the student in planning the program, they are not expected to relieve the student of this responsibility.

Students will need 26 credits for graduation

  • 4 credits in Science
    • 1 credit in biology
    • 0.5 credits in chemistry
    • 0.5 credits in physics
    • 1 credit in environmental
  • 4 credits in Technology and Engineering
  • 4 credits in Mathematics
  • 4 credits in English
  • 4 credits in Electives
    • 0.5/4 Financial Literacy
  • 3 credits in Social Studies
  • 1 credit in Service Learning
  • 0.5 credits in Health
  • 1.5 credits in Physical Education

*Students must also pass the Wisconsin Civics Exam

Recommended Elective Coursework:

  • 2 credits in Cultural Literacy or Foreign Language
  • 2 credits of other electives

Due the the nature of the school, if in the future a student plans to participate in an NCAA sport, EGL courses are not NCAA approved. You can still play in college after a year of attendance at the university.