Students interested in graduating early MUST meet with their respective counselor no later than March 31st of their 10th grade year. Academic credits must be current and principal approval is required.
GRADE POINT AVERAGE RECOGNITION
To qualify for this recognition of achievement, the student must complete all requirements for a Hawai‘i High School Diploma with an overall (cumulative) GPA of 3.0 or higher.
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA DETAILS PERSONAL TRANSITION PLAN ½ (ONE-HALF) CREDIT**
The Personal Transition Plan (PTP) is not a course. At Lahainaluna High School, the Personal Transition Plan is addressed in Po‘okela (advisory) to be completed and routinely evaluated throughout the students’ four years. Upon completion of the transition plan requirements, students will be awarded the ½ credit required for graduation.
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA DETAILS ELECTIVES: 2 of the 8 credits must be taken from ONE of the specified areas:
World Languages: Two credits in a single World Language. Credits must be taken in sequence with consecutive course numbers in the study of one language.
Fine Arts: Two credits in any Fine Arts discipline— Visual Arts or Music. Courses must have course codes beginning with F (FV or FM). Credits do not need to be in a single discipline (e.g.: completing one credit in band and one in ceramics will fulfill this requirement.)
Career and Technical Education (CTE): Two credits need to be in a single career pathway program of study sequence. Course codes should begin with ONE of the following pair of letters: TA, TB, TH, TI, TN, or TP.
To qualify to become a valedictorian, the graduating senior must meet the following criteria:
*Valedictorian(s) will be determined at the end of term 3 of the student’s senior year.