Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent Enrollment is the term used to define a student who is simultaneously enrolled in a local school district high school and in a higher education or career or technical course. The intent of Concurrent Enrollment legislation was to give students, who would normally not have access to higher education or career or technical course, the opportunity.

Concurrent Enrollment Qualifications: 
1. Concurrent Enrollment credit will only be offered to students for courses that are not offered in the school district’s high schools.
2. To qualify for Concurrent Enrollment off-campus, a student must be a junior, senior or on an Advanced Learning Plan (ALP) in good standing.
3. Junior and senior students will only qualify for Concurrent Enrollment if the area of study identified in their Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP).
4. ALP students will only qualify for Concurrent Enrollment if the area of study is identified in their ALP.
5. Under normal circumstances, students will be allowed to take no more than one Concurrent Enrollment course per semester.
6. Students must meet eligibility requirements including but not limited to, meeting Higher Education entrance requirements, having a 2.5 GPA or higher in the high school and meeting minimum qualifying ACT, SAT or Accuplacer scores for specific courses.

Concurrent Enrollment District Funding: Each semester, juniors, seniors and ALP students who meet the above criteria and have been approved for Free and Reduced Price School Meals may have one concurrent enrollment course paid by the District. Students will be required to sign a contract stipulating that if they receive School District funds for a Concurrent Enrollment course, they must pass the course with a C- or better (IKF-E). Students who do not earn a C- or better for a Concurrent Enrollment course will be required to reimburse the School District for all tuition costs.

Any student who is eligible for Concurrent Enrollment but does not receive GWSD funds will be allowed to pay for the courses for which they are qualified. Payment must be paid at the time of enrollment. 

Concurrent Enrollment Regulation

Concurrent Enrollment Application
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