Credit Requirements

The courses offered through DAAD translate into credits/units that can be applied toward a Groves diploma. To graduate from Groves, students must earn 22 units of high school credit. The following credits required are

  • English - 4 units of credit
  • *Social Studies - 3 units of credit
  • **Mathematics - 4 units of credit
  • Science - 3 units of credit
  • Health - .5 units of credit
  • Career Pathways - 3 units of credit
  • Electives - 4.5 units of credit

*Including 1 unit of credit in US History
**Including 1 unit of credit in Algebra 2

The workload for a DAAD course is often more demanding than in a traditional classroom because each course is equivalent to two full semesters of course work although offered in shorter time frame. Students may earn two credits per semester. Students may earn the necessary credits in several ways:

  • Students may transfer credits earned in other states and other schools to DAAD. Students who have not participated in Groves before should have all relevant transcripts sent to DAAD and speak with a counselor to determine how many additional credits are needed.
  • Students attending other Groves sites may earn additional credits by taking DAAD courses.
  • Students may earn a total of 10 units of credit by meeting the requirements for the CEA3 (Certificate of Educational Attainment).
  • Credits may be awarded for approved employment or training experience.
  • Credits may be awarded upon completion of approved vocational or apprenticeship courses.
  • Veterans may be granted credit based on military training and service.
  • Higher education courses will be awarded credit as designated by Delaware Department of Education policy.
  • Certain community service experience may be approved for a unit of credit.
  • Credits may be earned through participation in approved internship programs.
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