Welcome to WHS Senior Information Hub!

Graduating seniors, check our 2023 Senior Information document! This will be your hub for information regarding the important information, dates, and dealines that you need to know as you prepare for graduation 2023. Check back often and contact the office if you have questions.

2023 Graduation Senior Information Hub (doc)

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Class of 2023 Graduation Requirements

Wilmington High School requires 23 Credits for Graduation as follows:

Subject    Credits Required
English Language Arts   4 credits
Health 1/2 credit
Physical Education 1/2 credit
Mathematics 4 credits*
Science 3 credits**
Social Studies 3 credits***
Electives 8 electives****

For additional information on requirements for the Class of 2023 view our Board Policy 5460 and Ohio's Long-Term Graduation Requirements (Ohio Dept of Education).

* Minimum of four (4) credits that must include one (1) unit of algebra II or equivalent of algebra II or one (1) unit of advanced computer science. Parents must sign a written statement acknowledging that not taking algebra II might negatively impact college admissions decisions before a student may substitute advanced computer science for algebra II. Students who are enrolled in a career technical program may complete a career-based pathway math course as an alternative to algebra II or advanced computer science.

** Must include 1 unit physical sciences, 1 unit of life sciences,and 1 unit advanced study in one or more of: chemistry, physics, other physical science, advanced biology or other life science, physical geology or other earth or space science, computer science.

*** Must include at least one-half (1/2) unit in world history and civilizations; History and Government (minimum of one (1) credit); must include one-half (1/2) unit of American history;  one-half (1/2) unit of American government.

****Electives must include one (1) or any combination of foreign language, computer coding, fine arts, business, career-technical education, family and consumer sciences, technology, agricultural education, a junior reserve officer training corps (JROTC) program approved by the U.S. Congress, or English language arts, mathematics, science, or social studies courses not otherwise required)