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PSD Board Approves HS Flexibility Changes For Graduation

It will be a more flexible path to graduation for students in the Poudre School District beginning in 2029, after some new high school requirements were approved this week by the  Board of Education.  The Coloradoan reports it was a unanimous vote on the changes which will give graduating classes more flexibility in how they earn the 240 credits required to earn a high school diploma through PSD. Each course in the four-block-day schedule used by PSD’s traditional high schools is worth five credit hours per quarter.

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