Graduation requirements are a set of core classes that all students must take to receive a high school diploma. Granite School District requires that students earn 27 credits to graduate from high school. Credits begin to accrue in 9th grade. Earn all the required credits each year to stay on-track to graduate. Most students will graduate with more credits than they need, and that’s great! Graduation requirements are minimal requirements, so by taking more classes than what’s required like college prep, GTI, and concurrent enrollment courses you can maximize your high school experience.
Progress Toward Graduation (PTG)
The PTG shows the required credits and the student’s completed credits. Students and parents/legal guardians can view the student’s PTG through the Student Portal/Parent Portal.
The course catalog provides parents and students a with detailed explanation of the courses available to Taylorsville High students. It explains necessary prerequisites, grade level requirements, Concurrent and AP information, citizenship and graduation requirements, and other special programs available at Taylorsville High School. Students and their parents/legal guardians are encouraged to review the course catalog as they choose classes throughout their three years in high school.