The Oklahoma Board of Education grants waivers to two Broken Arrow students who completed their coursework but were denied their diplomas because they didn't pass end-of-instruction tests.
One of the students has been accepted at a university.
The reason for the other waiver has not been revealed.
Seven other students who applied for waivers were rejected by the board.
The Achieving Classroom Excellence, or ACE, law requires students to pass four of seven end-of-instruction exams in order to receive a diploma.
Students can appeal if they are denied a diploma.