Diploma and Alternative Certificate Options



The Oregon Administrative Rules provide that school districts shall award a diploma to students upon fulfillment of all state and local district credit competency, and attendance requirements.  The standards also allow the granting of an alternative document identifying acquired minimum competencies to students having met some, but not all graduation requirements.  All members of a graduation class, whether they receive a standard diploma or an alternative document, are allowed to participate in commencement exercises and receive the appropriate document in that ceremony.  Roseburg Public School District awards the following diplomas and alternative certificates:

  • Standard Diploma
  • Modified Diploma
  • Extended Diploma
  • Certificate of Achievement
  • Certificate of Attendance


  • Graduation Requirements - District Policy
  • Regular High School Diploma
  • Modified Diploma
  • Extended Diploma
  • Alternative Certificates
  • Teacher Resources

Regular High School Diploma

The Regular High School Diploma requirements are designed to prepare each student for success in college, work, and citizenship. To earn a diploma, students will need to successfully complete the credit requirements, demonstrate proficiency in essential skills, and meet the personalized learning requirements.

Diploma at a Glance

Diploma at a Glance - Spanish

Credit Requirements

Essential Skills

Essential Skills - Spanish

Personalized Learning Requirements

Modified Diploma

A modified diploma is offered “to those students who have demonstrated the inability to meet the full set of academic content standards even with reasonable modifications and accommodations” (Oregon House Bill 2848)

Modified Diploma Essential Skills


Modified Diploma FAQ


District Modified Diploma Policy


Extended Diploma

Roseburg Public Schools offers an extended diploma only to students who have demonstrated the inability to meet the full set of academic content standards even with reasonable modifications and accommodations. Students must have a documented history of an inability to maintain grade level achievement due to significant learning and instructional barriers or have a documented history of a medical condition that creates a barrier to achievement, and participate in an alternate assessment or have a serious illness or injury that changes the student’s ability to participate in grade level activities.

District Extended Diploma Policy


Alternative Certificates

Roseburg Public Schools will make alternative certificates available to students as a planned option for students who do not obtain the regular diploma or modified diplomas.  These certificates include Certificate of Attendance and Certificate of Achievement.

District Alternative Certificate Policy

Teacher Resources

Modified Diploma Agreement