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GRCSU Proficiency Based Grading Information
If you missed the proficiency based grading presentation at your school’s open house, you can watch a recording of it here (link) or read through the presentation slides (link). For specific questions, please reach out to your child’s teacher or your building principal.

Learn more about the academics that Proctor High provides so that their students achieve excellence.

Proctor Jr./Sr. High School
PrHS is a public school, serving students in grades 7 through 12.
Present Enrollment:
Gr. 7-8: 35 Gr. 9-12: 89 Total: 124

Community & Student Population:
PrHS is a public 7-12 facility that serves the small community of Proctor Vermont. Proctor Town has an approximate population size of 1,650. Proctor is one of the most picturesque towns in Rutland County, it is uniquely situated along a north-south valley of the Otter Creek. In 1880 Redfield Proctor, Sr. formed the Vermont Marble Company; Our legacy as the former center of the global marble industry forms the basis for the cultural experience of Proctor today.

Please read our Program of Studies for the most information on the curriculum we offer.

Advanced Courses Offered

AP English Literature & Comp.
World Language:
AP Spanish
AP Calculus
College Statistics – Dual Enrollment
AP Biology
AP Chemistry
AP Physics
AP US History

Outside of PrHS

Technical Program:
Students may elect to enroll in a program at Stafford Technical Center, as soon as 10th grade but it is typically in grades 11 or 12.

Flexible Pathways:
PrHS fully supports students enrolling in dual enrollment courses, early college, internships & work-study, virtual high school and VTVLC or any combination of learning pathways which assist in
meeting their learning goals.

PrHS Graduation Requirements:

In addition to attaining PrHS credit requirements, students are required to “Meet Proficiency” in the content areas listed below:

Total Courses: 24

Math – 3 Courses (including Algebra & Geometry)
Science – 3 Courses (including Biology and Chemistry)
English – 4 Courses
Social Studies – 3 Courses
World Language – 1 Courses
Fine Arts – 2 Courses
Physical Education/Health – 2 Courses
Electives – 6 Courses

Content Areas:

English Language Arts & Literacy
Global Citizenship
Physical Education
Health Education
World Language

Graduation Requirements:

In order to be awarded a diploma and to participate in the graduation ceremony the building
principal must certify that the student has successfully completed all of the proficiency
requirements for graduation. Students must be pursuing proficiency in six content areas per year
(See list below), including English Language Arts and Literacy. Please contact the guidance
office if you wish to review your child’s four-year plan or if you have further questions. Students will be working on developing and updating their own personalized learning plans (PLP). Their personalized learning plan will outline the student’s pathway in pursuit of proficiency in the content area required for graduation whether through coursework or internship experience(s).

For the class of 2020 and beyond, the following Proficiency Based Graduation Requirements
(PBGRs) will apply. PBGRs are required by law. The Education Quality Standards (EQS)
approved by the Vermont State Board of Education in 2014, requires schools to have PBGRs to
determine progress and graduation readiness for students graduating in 2020. To be considered
to have achieved “graduation readiness”, students must demonstrate proficiency in the following
English Language Arts & Literacy (including proficiencies in Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening, Language)
Mathematics (including Modeling, Number & Quantity, Algebra, Functions, Geometry, Statistics & Probability)
Science (including Physical Science, Life Science, Earth & Space Science, Engineering, Technology and Applications of Science)
Global Citizenship (including Inquiry, History, Geography, Civics, Government & Society, Economics, World languages)
Physical Education (including proficiency in Knowledge & Motor Skills, Physical Fitness, Affective Qualities & Social Interaction)

Health (including Core Concepts, Analyzing influences, Interpersonal Communication & Advocacy, Decision Making & Goal Setting, Self-Management)
Fine Arts (including Disciplinary Literacy, Approach to Work, Reflection & Critique, Making Connections, Creation, Performance & Expression)

Electives that support the student’s Personalized Learning Plan in demonstrating proficiency in
the above areas.

All students in Class of 2024 and beyond must successfully complete 28 credits in order to

Graduation Requirements for the Class of 2024
5 – English (4 English for STC students)

4 – Global Citizenship (World History, US History I or US History II)

4 – Mathematics

4 – Science (Earth Science, Physical Science and Biology are required)

2 – Physical Education
1 – Fine Art/Music
1 – Health
7 – Electives
Total: 28 credits

Quarry Valley Graduation Requirement for the Class of 2027 and Beyond

4 – English

4 – Global Citizenship (Civics,World History, US History I or US History II)

4 – Mathematics

4 – Science (Earth Science, Physical Science, Chemistry, and Biology are required)

2 – Physical Education
1 – Fine Art/Music
1 – Health
1- World Language/Culture
7 – Electives
Total: 28 credits