Graduation Requirements-Class of 2025+

  • Students will work towards one of three tiered diploma "Seals"; Platinum, Gold or Silver.
    Students are encouraged to refer to these graduation requirements when they develop and adjust their Individual Career and Academic Plan as they progress through high school.

  • Platinum Seal

  • Gold Seal

  • Silver Seal


    The College Board of Higher Education (CBHE) Recommended Core Curriculum includes the following areas of study to meet college admission course criteria.

  • Weighted GPA

    Current students in the Class of 2024, 2025, and 2026, will be granted a weighted GPA based on certain coursework completed throughout high school. This weighted GPA will only be provided to colleges and universities to assist in scholarship/admission consideration. All Liberty Public School academic honors/awards will continue to be based on a student's unweighted GPA. For a list of courses that will earn additional GPA points towards a weighted GPA click HERE

    A committee will be meeting to investigate the benefits and drawbacks of using weighted GPA's for academic honors/awards for future graduating classes in order to make a proposal to the School Board on how to move forward. 

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  • Graduating "With Honors"
    Cum Laude “With Honors” system 
    Students earning a 3.5 to a 4.0 grade point average will be recognized at high school graduation.
    Summa Cum Laude
    Grade Point Average: 3.9 to 4.000 
    Magna Cum Laude
    Grade Point Average: 3.7 to 3.89 
    Cum Laude
    Grade Point Average: 3.500 to 3.69
    Valedictorian and Salutatorian Recognition
    Students receiving the distinct honor of Valedictorian and Salutatorian will be recognized at high school graduation. 
    Earns an A in all classes enrolled. 
    Earn an A in all classes enrolled with the exception of one where they can earn a B.
    NOTE: The Weighted GPA is not used as a determining factor for these LPS awards.