High School Graduation Option B
High School Graduation Option B (formerly known as Senate Bill 2) offers qualified students an alternate path to high school graduation. Students choose to simultaneously earn a high school diploma and a Wiregrass diploma or two (2) Technical Certificates of Credit in a specific career pathway. High School Graduation Option B is only available for those students attending a public high school in Georgia.
- Complete all required high school courses:
- 2 English/Language Arts
- 2 Math
- 2 Sciences
- 2 Social Studies
- 1 Health/PE
- After completion of these courses, students must then complete ONE of the following:
- Any one Wiregrass Diploma Program
- Or 2 of the following Wiregrass Technical Certificates of Credit (TCC):
- Computer Information Systems Combos:
- MC51 Dual Enrollment CompTIA A+ Certified Preparation AND MOH1 Dual Enrollment Help Desk Specialist OR
- MC51 Dual Enrollment CompTIA A+ Certified Preparation AND MO11 Dual Enrollment Microsoft Network Administrator
- Any 2 of the following Welding TCCs:
- MB31 Dual Enrollment Basic Shielded Arc Welder
- MF61 Dual Enrollment Flux Cored Arc Welder
- MGM1 Dual Enrollment Gas Metal Arc Welder
- MGT1 Dual Enrollment Gas Tungsten Arc Welder
Students enrolling in High School Graduation Option B are limited to 30 hours of Dual Enrollment Funding, just like traditional Dual Enrollment students. High School Graduation Option B students who max out their 30 hours of Dual Enrollment Funding may use the HOPE Grant/HOPE Career Grant to finish their program, if eligible. Students who use the HOPE Grant/HOPE Career Grant must meet HOPE residency requirements. Any HOPE Career Grant or HOPE Grant hours used will count against HOPE caps.
Students interested in pursuing this option should first contact their High School Counselor.