Course Completion Policy

Online courses provide the flexibility for students to be able to complete their education outside of the normal school hours. This also provides students who otherwise might not be able to attend a brick and mortar school during the day, the flexibility to complete their course work. However, online schooling still requires students to be completing a minimum of 22.5 hours per week in the learning environment. Students who adhere to the 22.5-hour per week requirement should be able to complete a minimum of 2.5 credits each semester.
Beginning January 3, 2013, the following policy will take effect. All students will be REQUIRED to complete and pass a minimum of two classes each quarter. Failure to complete two classes in a quarter will result in

  1. a parent/student conference;
  2. student being placed on a contract requiring full-time attendance at the onsite facility;
  3. four classes being completed by the end of the next quarter.

If a student does not meet the requirements by the end of the second quarter, a parent/student conference will once again be held where students and parents will be given additional educational opportunities for their child including the option of returning to the brick and mortar environment.