Beginning with the Class of 2018, the Ohio Department of Education is replacing the Ohio Graduation Tests (OGT) with three new pathways to earn a high school diploma in the State of Ohio.
Click here to learn about the options that Ohio is giving to qualify for a diploma. High school students are urged to choose the way that works best for them.
Click here for a PowerPoint presentation from Toledo Public Schools administrators. Note: TPS requires graduating seniors to have 21 credits, including the following:
English – 4 units/years
Mathematics – 4 units/years
Social Studies – 3 units/years
Science – 3 units/years
Physical Education - .5unit/2 semesters each counts as ¼ unit
Health Education – ½ unit- ½ year
Economic and Financial Literacy – ½ unit- ½ year
Electives – 5 units/5years
Fine Arts – 2 semesters
Here is where you can learn more about the testing: Frequently Asked Questions
More information on the Ohio Department of Education's graduation requirements can be found by clicking here: http://bit.ly/2e6PLWH
Updated on February 24, 2017