Plan for what's next.

Choosing the right courses for high school can shape a student's future, whether they're headed to college or straight to career. Be sure to stay on track and get the most out of high school with these resources.

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Ensure educators understand legislative requirements.

In 2013, Texas House Bill 5 changed the rules on graduation requirements. Now, students need to outline academic and career goals during ninth grade, on a high school personal graduation plan. Don’t let educators get overwhelmed by the details. Our simple tools clarify personal graduation plans.

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Get students excited for their futures!

Students unsure of where their paths will take them next? The resources below will help you to discover, explore, and connect to opportunities that get your students excited about what comes after high school.

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Find every student the right graduation plan.

Texas OnCourse will help students create a graduation plan that will help them get to where they want to be after high school. Check out our MapMyGrad GradPlanner.

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What about endorsements?

Students need to map out a high school personal graduation plan that leads to one or more endorsements in high school. Endorsements and graduation plans go hand in hand. Click over to our endorsement page to learn more.

Important Dates and Deadlines

JAN

GRADE 8

Choose your endorsement!

FEB

GRADE 8

Select your courses for next year!

FEB

GRADES 9 & 10

Select your courses for next year!

FEB

GRADE 11

Select your courses for next year!

All Resources for Graduation Requirements

Middle School

Early High School

Late High School