There are several requirements for graduation from Mount Greylock:
- Accumulation of two hundred and thirty-four (234) credits (a student must attain at least a D- in a course to receive credit)
- Students must take the following course distribution requirements
|Social Studies||30 credits (with 10 credits U.S. History)|
|Physical Education||15 credits (with 3 credits in Health)|
- Passing the MCAS standardized test at the level set by the state
- Students must be in attendance for at least two successive semesters prior to graduation unless prior approval of the Principal is given.
All students must be fully scheduled. A year-long course meeting daily earns 10 credits. A one-semester course earns 5 credits. Physical education credits accrue at 3 per semester.
In order to pursue a more extensive academic program in either junior or senior year, students may appeal to the Principal for special consideration in meeting the requirement of wellness each year.
Under selected circumstances, students may apply for a senior year waiver.