• Scheduling Classes, Dropping Classes


    When possible students will be scheduled before the end of the school year so they can plan for the next school year.  All students will be expected to schedule a full seven (7) class periods for each school year.

    Dropping Courses (High School Only)

    Within the first five days during which a student is becoming familiar with course content, a student may drop an elective course provided the reasons for dropping are reasonable, and the instructor and Superintendent grant permission.  After the first five days, the request may be granted if the parents of the student grant permission and a conference between the student, parent(s), teacher and Superintendent find that it is in the best interest of the student to drop the course.  Otherwise, dropping a course will result in a failing grade for the course.  It is not recommended that a course be dropped after the first five days.

    Repeating Courses (High School Only)

    Failure of a full year course results when a student fails both semesters of the course.  Credit may be earned if the semester failed is repeated and passed.  If a half year course is failed the student must repeat the entire course to earn credit.  If a student wishes to repeat any other course which was not failed they must request permission from the administration.

Last Modified on October 2, 2009