Policy Code: IGC-R
Adoption Date: Tuesday, November 18th, 2003
Review Date: Tuesday, August, 28th, 2018
Concurrent Enrollment - Regulations
Each student released by his or her principal for participation in a concurrent enrollment program shall:
- Complete an application form, including parent/guardian’s signature, prior to enrolling in the concurrent enrollment course or program of choice.
- Admission is contingent on adherence to state concurrent enrollment admission guidelines.
- Maintain a 3.25 grade point average for each of the two grading periods immediately preceding the time of application for permission to participate in a concurrent enrollment program or course. In special circumstances, the principal may recommend students whose grade point average for the previous two grading periods was between 3.0 and 3.25. In no case will a student be recommended for concurrent enrollment whose grade point average is below 3.0.
- Pay all costs associated with the concurrent enrollment program. These costs may include, but are not limited to, such things as tuition, fees, books, supplies, and transportation.
- Courses which are contractual between the Iron County School District and the institution of higher education may have some portion of the tuition and fees paid by the school district.
- Supply the school with an official transcript of the credit earned upon the completion of the concurrent enrollment course.
One high school unit shall be granted for the completion of three (3) semester credit hours of college work.