Fasted DL High School credits..electives

Discussion in 'High School Education via Distance Learning' started by Hille, May 4, 2010.

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  1. Hille

    Hille Active Member

    Hi, Looking for a friends son who requires some extra credits. Thanks. Hille
     
  2. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

  3. tcnixon

    tcnixon Active Member

    Thank you for the kind thought. Importantly, I wanted to mention that there will be a second edition out this fall. It's a rather substantial upgrade. That being said, should anyone have questions, feel free to visit the forum at that site and I will be happy to answer free of charge.



    Tom Nixon
     
  4. Ted N

    Ted N New Member

    It is important that any credit attempt outside of the school walls be coordinated with the student's guidance counselor. Just like many colleges, a lot of schools won't (can't) transfer in courses unless they are from a school that is regionally accredited.



    Ted N.
    Guidance Counselor
    Vanguard High School
    Ocala, FL
     
  5. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

    Along those same lines, where I live there are high school students who take courses at local community colleges. Because of the coordination that is set up between the high school and the cc, the student gets full high school credit while earning college credits. Ir seems like a good system for some.
     
  6. Maniac Craniac

    Maniac Craniac Moderator Staff Member

    Around where I work, there is a high school that is actually inside part of a community college campus. The students' schedules mix both CC and HS classes, many of them graduate with an AA on the same day they get their high school diploma... it's a terrific idea that drives me crazy when I wonder why this wasn't available to me. (FYI, the students in the school aren't a select set of high-achievers, they are pretty much an average bunch, heterogeneous as far as study ethic and intelligence. It is further proof of the redundancy of at least your first undergraduate year of college.)
     

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