Primavera courses are not only free, they’re AdvancED accredited which means students who successfully complete the required core and elective courses will earn an accredited high school diploma accepted at colleges and employers nationwide.
Our students benefit from exceptional digital curriculum, top-notch instructors and 100% online courses that help them become truly college and career ready. In fact many Primavera grads began preparing for their future while earning their high school diploma.
How Primavera students can prepare for the future while earning their high school diploma:
Work with a counselor to determine best classes for college prep
Take dual-credit courses to get a head start on college
Attend a vocational school to learn a skill or trade
Students needing help with college and career planning should contact their guidance counselor at 480.456.6678, option 4.
Primavera goes all out celebrating its graduates each July with a ceremony attended by hundreds of graduates and thousands of family and friends.
To earn a diploma, students must successfully complete courses to earn the required number of credits in each subject area.
|Mathematics||4 (for university prep, 4th year must be upper division level)|
|Science||3 (for university prep, must be lab sciences)|
|Fine Arts/Vocational||1 (for university prep, must be fine arts)|
|World Languages||(for university prep, 2 credits in same language are required)|
|Required State Civics Test (House Bill 2064)||Pass*|
|Total Core Subject Credits||16|
|Total Credits Required||22|
*STATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENT: Students must pass the required civics test with a 60% or higher per House Bill 2064.
Language Arts – 4
Mathematics – 4 (for university prep, 4th year must be upper division level)
Science – 3 (for university prep, must be lab sciences)
Social Studies – 3
Fine Arts/Vocational – 1 (for university prep, must be fine arts)
Health – 1
Electives – 6
World Languages – (for university prep, 2 credits in same language are required)
Required State Civics Test – Pass* (House Bill 2064)
Total Core Subject Credits – 16
Total Credits Required – 22
STATE GRADUATION REQUIREMENT: Students must pass the required civics test with a 60% or higher per House Bill 2064.