Welcome to Austin ISD's Graduation Plans Website. In this page, you will find important information regarding your students' graduation requirements and endorsement choices. Please browse through the following tabs for more information.
Journey to Graduation
In this tab, you will find a video presentation outlining an overview of the new requirements, information on endorsements, and a graduation road map. You will also find a list of programs available at each AISD high school.
In this tab, you will find information on each of the five endorsement options and the requirements to obtain one. An Endorsement refers to a college and career pathway in either STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), Business and Industry, Public Service, Arts and Humanities, or Multidisciplinary Studies.
In this tab, you will find information regarding specific course options to satisfy graduation requirements. Advanced courses refer to the courses available to students to satisfy the fourth English credit, third mathematics credit, and second and third science credits.
In this tab, you will find some of the most frequently asked questions regarding the new graduation programs.
House Bill 5
In this tab, you will find information and summaries of House Bill 5. HB5 is a new law that made sweeping changes to our state's accountability, assessment, and curriculum programs. You will also find the bill in its entirety.
Information for Families
In this tab, you will find the correspondence sent to families informing them of the new graduation plan requirements and endorsements.
By clicking on this tab, you will be re-directed to the Naivance login page. Naviance is an online tool that connects academic achievement to post-secondary goals. Contact your school's counselor for information on how to access your specific student's school account.
COIN - Career Interest Survey
In this tab, you will read about a a career interest survey completed by 8th grade students. This survey provides information beneficial for career decision making and course selection.
In this tab, you will find updates from the Texas Education Agency and other sources that pertain to the new graduation requirements.