|•Failure to meet this deadline shall exclude your child from the
program for that school year unless a waiver is granted by the
Superintendent. Participation may be
withdrawn by you or your child at any time upon written notification to the
high school administration.
|•Your child must identify the appropriate post-secondary enrollment
option prior to the start of the first class session of the fall quarter or
semester at the college. Once the
first class session of the fall term has been held, she/he may not change the
option selected during the period of that school year, regardless of the
number of courses taken.
|•A requirement that a student may not enroll in any specific
college course through the program if the student has taken high school
courses in the same subject area as that college course and has failed to
attain a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or
the equivalent, in such completed high school courses.
|•If your child withdraws from the college class for high school credit
within the first two (2) weeks of the college course, she/he will be
re-enrolled in the high school classes which were previously dropped.
|•Reasonable efforts will be made in scheduling to accommodate the needs
of your child when leaving the high school campus in order to participate in
this program. However, scheduling
conflicts are not the responsibility of the District. Revising the master schedule and/or unduly
overloading classes are not required in order to accommodate schedule