From 2010 to 2030, the National High School Graduation Campaign goal is to support in-coming high school freshmen to their completion of high school. In an effort, to help them achieve their full potential, as they enter the U.S. 21st century workforce.
The pledge also asks the student’s parent or guardian to co-sign the pledge, with their current high school principal, guidance counselor, or homeroom teacher. The pledges will then be held at the school and returned to the student at their completion of high school.
The student, parent, and school staff will receive free support services from national and local partners of the pledge campaign, to aid them in high school graduation, becoming computer literate, living drug free, not becoming a teen parent, and enrolling in higher education.
If an incoming high school freshmen parent, high school or school district would like to participate in the campaign, or would like more information, please contact us at [email protected]
The Student Pledge form:
The National High School Graduation Pledge:
I Pledge to Graduate from High School
I Pledge to become Computer Literate
I Pledge to Live Drug Free
I Pledge Not to Become a Teen Parent
I Pledge to Enroll in College or Vocational School after high School