By Richard Bammer
Vacaville Unified administrators are seeking some 150 former district high school students who attended between 2003 and 2015 and met all graduation requirements except for passing the California High School Exit Exam, or CAHSEE, and, thus, did not receive a diploma.
Those students are now eligible to pick up their diploma — a key to personal job advancement or college entrance — at their former respective high schools, Mark Frazier, the district’s chief academic officer, said Wednesday.
“The schools are ready for them,” he said, referring to Vacaville, Will C. Wood and Country high schools. Students who attended the district’s Adult School program also are eligible if they were affected by the circumstances, he added.