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Pathways Information

Graduation from Susquehanna Township High School, which is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, must be in accordance with the graduation standards established by that association, the School Board, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Students in Grades 9-11 must take a minimum of 6.5 credits each year. Students in 12th Grade wishing to complete in athletics must take at least 4 credits to meet PIAA expectations. All PIAA participants must pass a minimum of 4.0 credits to maintain eligibility.

Any student who completes the 24 credits prior to senior year is eligible to receive his or her diploma as soon as all graduation requirements are completed.

CREDITS EARNED WHILE IN MIDDLE SCHOOL: Middle school students who successfully complete a Math course of Algebra I or beyond will count toward the 24 credit graduation requirement and will appear on the student’s transcript.

Beginning with the class of 2024, any math course taken in middle school will not count toward GPA or class rank. If a student takes a high school course in 8th grade, the class may count toward NCAA eligibility.