Applying for graduation

Applying for graduation

When a student has successfully earned at least 24 high school credits, they are a candidate for graduation. Please note, students must complete at least the minimum requirements for graduation. (View graduation requirements)

In order to receive a high school diploma from Acellus Academy, students must complete and submit a Graduation Application. We recommend using the student’s transcript to complete the form. Need help requesting a transcript? Click here!


After the application has been submitted it will go through a reviewal process. You will be contacted regarding graduation fees after the form has been reviewed. (For details on graduation fees please see: Graduation Requirements.)

Once the final review is complete and fees processed, the diploma will be sent to your student by mail.

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