To earn a high school diploma, Wyoming students must successfully complete four school years of English, three of mathematics, three of science and three of social studies, to include history, American government and economic systems and institutions, for a total of thirteen Carnegie units. Furthermore, Wyoming’s graduation requirements include “evidence of proficient performance, at a minimum, on the uniform student content and performance standards for the common core of knowledge and skills.
Contact the WDE's content specialists for Foreign Language, Health and PE, Fine and Performing Arts, Social Studies, Math, Science, Career Vocational, and Language Arts.
A Consortium of Wyoming Educators was founded by the Wyoming Department of Education in 2008 to support Wyoming school districts with their online resource needs. The purpose of the MOSAIC consortium is to help districts come together in purchasing online resources.
Proficiency Assessments for Wyoming Students (PAWS) is the assessment system developed by the Wyoming Department of Education in cooperation with NCS Pearson. The instructionally supportive design of PAWS presents a palette of information focusing on individual student growth and performance. Assessments in PAWS include reading, writing, math and science.
View PAWS results at the State, District, or School Level.
Standards specify what students must master. They are not instructional curricula or technical documents used by teachers to guide day-to-day instruction. Teachers ensure that students achieve standards by using a range of instructional strategies that they select based on their students' needs.