Policy 2167 - Correspondence Courses

The District will permit a student to enroll and receive graduation credit in an approved correspondence course from a school approved by the State Department of Education, in order that such a student may include a greater variety of learning experiences within the student’s educational program.

Credit for correspondence courses may be granted provided the following requirements are met:

  1. prior permission has been granted by the principal;
  2. the program fits the education plan submitted by the regularly enrolled student;
  3. the correspondence school is accredited.

The District shall not be obligated to pay for a student’s correspondence courses.

Cross Reference:
2410 & 2410P High School Graduation Requirements

Legal Reference:
IDAPA Private Correspondence and Trade Schools

Policy History:
First Reading: 11/26/02
Adopted on: 1/28/03