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In this section you will find information regarding credit requirements, Green Valley graduation ceremony, Cap & Gown orders, and diplomas.  If you have any questions regarding our graduation, please contact the office at (909) 790-8580 or you can e-mail Janine @


Graduation Requirements

Green Valley High School

According to the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District Board Policy for Graduation Requirements/Standards of Proficiency BP/6146 & AR 6146, to earn a high school diploma, students need to earn a total of 215 credits in the following courses.

*A passing grade of "C-" or better must be earned in all courses taken at GVHS in order to earn credit toward graduation.  A course for which a student earned a passing grade cannot be repeated for credit.

DEPARTMENTS                                 COURSE                                            CREDITS

ENGLISH                                             English                                                      40

SOCIAL STUDIES                               Modern World History                           10 

                                                             U.S. History                                               10

                                                            Government/Economics                         10 

SCIENCE                                            Physical Science                                        10

                                                            Biology                                                       10

MATHEMATICS                                Math 1A, Math 1B, Math 2A or               30

                                                            Tech Prep Math

                                                            (30 credits need to be completed

                                                             in grades 9-12)

PHYSICAL EDUCATION                  PE                                                               20

FINE ARTS                            

OR                                                     Fine Arts/Foreign Language                    10


ELECTIVES                                      Student Choice                                            65

Total Credits                                                                                                      215



Graduation will be Tuesday, June 2, 2020, at 6 pm.  Students are required to be at the school at 5 pm.  They will need to check-in at the front gate and be ready to line up for the class photo. 

Ed Filian photography will be taking the class photo at 5:30 pm.  We want all the graduates to be there.  Ed will also be taking photos of the ceremony and each student as they receive their diploma.  To view and order these photos please go to

Please come early to make sure you get a good seat.  It's first come, first serve.  If you know you'll be a little late, you are welcome to bring your own chairs.



Congratulations on your hard work and determination!  We are excited to acknowledge and recognize all of our graduates for the year. 

The 2019 graduation will be held on Tuesday, June 2, 2019, @ 6:00 pm.  We hold the ceremony here at the Green Valley campus. 

In order to make this special day run smoothly, please read the following schedule.

Pre-Graduation Prep

  • Mandatory Graduation meeting, Monday, June 3 at 9:15 am
    • Day of graduation information
    • Exit Survey with Mr. Herron
    • Walk through graduation ceremony with Mrs. Stolze
  • BBQ & Yearbook signing at 10:30 am


  • Graduation is Tuesday, June 4 at 6:00 pm.
    • Graduates must arrive by 5:00 pm
  • Graduation will be held on the back lawn of GVHS.
  • Invite your family to share in the excitement.
  • No limit on how many family members you can invite
  • Seats are limited and on a first come, first serve basis.
  • You are welcome to bring additional chairs.
  • We do ask that you do not bring and use noisemakers during the ceremony. 

Caps and Gowns

  • The orders will arrive sometime in May for pick up. There will be notices going out to graduates.
  • The orders can be picked up in the office between 7:00 am & 3:30 pm.


  • This is a special and dignified event, so we do encourage you to dress appropriately.
  • Girls should wear flats or wedges since we will be on the grass.

Cap Decorating

  • You may decorate your cap.
  • Nothing over one inch in height.
  • No inappropriate references


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FASFA Application Information

Is the FAFSA confusing you?  Don't know where to turn for answers?  Well, here are a couple of great websites to help you.  If you need any other information or help, please see Mrs. Pauls in room 16 or e-mail her at

8 Steps to Filling Out the FAFSA Form

FSA ID Instructions

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