Secondary Education

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Preparing students for success in post-secondary education, work and life

Services offered and areas of responsibility:

  • Vocational education
  • School choice transfers
  • High school transcripts
  • Disciplinary hearings
  • Graduation
  • Extra-curricular programs
  • Foreign exchange programs
  • Tri-Tech Skills Center
  • All middle and high schools

Graduation Requirements & Pathways for Class of 2021 & Beyond

Beginning with class the class of 2021, students must earn 24 high school credits to meet state graduation requirements. The regular six-period school day offers students 24 opportunities over four years to earn 24 credits.

To offer more opportunities for students to earn credit, we offer a variety of ways to get a jumpstart or to catch up with earning credits to ensure that students graduate on time.

View a guide to Graduation Requirements & Pathways

High School Transcripts

To obtain a copy of your high school transcripts, print and fill out a High School Transcript Request and return it to the Administration Center. Please allow two to three business days for processing. When transcripts are ready, you may pick them up in person at the Administration Center, have them mailed to you or another address, or have them faxed to designated number.  

Forms maybe be returned in one of the following ways:

By Email at

By Fax at (509) 222-5053.

By Mail:
Kennewick School District
Secondary Education Department
1000 W. Fourth Ave.
Kennewick, WA 99336

In Person:
Administration Center
1000 W. 4th Avenue, Kennewick


(509) 222-5004


(509) 222-5004

Department Contacts

Jack Anderson
Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Education
(509) 222-5004
Brian Leavitt
Director of K-12 Student Services, Section 504 & Title IX Coordinator
(509) 222-5003
Karina Wilkinson
(509) 222-5665
Nilsa Fraijo
(509) 222-5626