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Former Pasadena ISD students who entered ninth grade before the 2011-2012 school year, and did not successfully pass all required state assessments, may qualify to receive a high school diploma under Senate Bill 463. 

The “Testing Alternative Requirements” application will be reviewed by the Pasadena ISD Compliance and Monitoring team to determine whether the student may qualify to graduate.

Prospective graduates must submit an application for the alternative graduation path before the December 2020 deadline. Please click on the following link to complete the application. Click here to download the application.

For questions, please contact the Office of Compliance Monitoring at 713-740-0164.


Community Evening School - High School Initial Credit or Recovery Credit
Community School gives high school students who have not completed their high school education an opportunity to make-up deficiencies in credits or to earn additional high school credits by taking classes in the evening. Students may enroll with the approval of their principal or counselor.

Individuals who live within the PISD attendance area and are not currently enrolled in a PISD High School and want to earn a High School Diploma.
Community School Second Chance Program is for former PISD High School students who are not currently enrolled in one of our high schools and who wish to earn their diploma in a non traditional setting. This program offers classes for individuals who meet certain criteria.

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Tom Swan-Director

Jennifer Capra-Assistant Principal