The Davis Board of Education requires 27 units of credit for high school graduation to be earned in grades 9 - 12. This policy can be found on the Davis District website at www.davis.k12.ut.us.
- 4.0 credits of English
- 3.0 credits of Math
- 3.0 credits of Science
- 2.5 credits of Social Studies
- 0.5 credits of U.S. Government (must also pass the U.S. Citizenship Test)
- 1.0 credit of Physical Education
- 0.5 credits of Fitness for Life
- 0.5 credits of Health 2
- 1.5 credits of Fine Arts
- 1.0 credit of Career & Technical Education (CTE)
- 0.5 credits Digital Studies
- 0.5 credits General Financial Literacy
- 8.5 credits of Electives
- Pass the U.S. Citizenship Test. For questions, see Mr. Child in B202.
- All Citizenship U's must be cleared. See the Attendance secretaries in the Attendance Office for more information about how to clear U's.
- School-issued laptop and charger must be returned.
- Fees and fines must be paid.
It is a student's responsibility to check their credits for graduation. Students can access their Graduation Summary by logging into myDSD. Click on "Reports" and then select "Graduation Summary."
A student should meet with their counselor to discuss plans to complete credit in a timely manner. All make-up credit should be completed three weeks prior to graduation.
Student Recognition and Graduation
Students who demonstrate academic excellence will be recognized on the Honor Roll and will be recognized after the completion of each term.
Highest Honor Roll - 4.0
High Honor Roll - 3.75 - 3.99
Honor Roll - 3.5 - 3.74
Northridge High School honors its students who have achieved academic and citizenship excellence. Students receiving these honors will be noted in the graduation program. Each student receiving honors designation will receive an appropriate addition to their approved graduation regalia.
Honor cords will be issued as follows, determined by a student’s cumulative GPA at the culmination of 3rd quarter during a student’s 12th grade year:
Honors: 3.5 – 3.799 GPA
High Honors: 3.8 or higher GPA
No Us in grades 9-12
Graduating students may only wear school approved regalia (cords, stoles, pins, medals, etc.) and items of cultural significance approved by H.B. 30 or by administrator approval with the cap and gown during the graduation ceremony. Regalia granted, purchased, or gifted from other organizations can be worn after the ceremony for pictures outside the Dee Event Center. Gowns are due back within 40 minutes of the conclusion of the graduation ceremony.
Students interested in being a Sterling Scholar should contact the appropriate department for information on how to apply.
|K. Terry Banks
|Skilled & Technical
|Family & Consumer Sciences
|Business & Marketing
|Shannon Chamberlain/Jana Coates
For more information on the Sterling Scholar program, click here.