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Graduation from the 8th grade prior to admission to the ninth grade of this District means that the student has shown fitness for high school work as evidenced by fulltime attendance in a school program for the entire semester immediately preceding the student's graduation from 8th grade, and successful completion of 8th grade graduation standards.

Occasionally, 7th grade students will seek to accelerate their entrance into high school bypassing their 8th grade year.

If a middle school student or parent chooses to accelerate a student(s progress to high school, the middle school, working in cooperation with the student and parent, should transfer the 7th grade student into the 8th grade curriculum during the second semester of their 7th grade year in order to provide access to the essential 8th grade standards in English and mathematics.

Students should not expect to transfer directly from the 7th grade to the 9th grade, bypassing the essential learning of the 8th grade program.

PRIVATE SCHOOL STUDENTS

Students seeking admission from a private elementary school or tutoring may be expected to produce records required in Education Code 48222. The principal at the enrolling school shall be responsible for determining which of the student's credits are equivalent to District requirements. These students may also be required to demonstrate fitness for high school work and/or subject mastery. Fitness for high school work may be determined by achievement levels on the SBAC Assessment. Additional criteria that may be utilized is listed in the following section.

TRANSFER FROM NONACCREDITED SCHOOLS

When a student transfers from any nonaccredited private, public, alternative, home, or charter school, the granting of academic credit shall be subject to approval by the school principal at the enrolled school. Credits transferred from these schools shall be accepted when there is evidence that the course work completed is equivalent to similar courses that align with state and District standards offered in this District. The District shall accept for credit any course work satisfactorily completed by students while detained in a juvenile court school or county or state operated institution.

(cf. 0420.4 - Charter Schools)

(cf. 6181 - Alternative Schools)

The principal at the enrolling school shall be responsible for determining which of the student's credits are equivalent to District requirements. In determining equivalency, the principal may consider one or more of the following:

1. A review of the description of academic content, learning standards, and time requirements of the course work completed by the student compared to the academic content, learning standards, and time requirements of the enrolling school.

2. An examination of the student's portfolio of work, papers, completed projects, graded tests, or other documents demonstrating the student's skill and mastery levels.

(cf. 5121 - Grades/Evaluation of Student Achievement)

(cf. 6146.11 - Alternative Credits Toward Graduation)

3. An opportunity for the student to demonstrate skill by his/her performance on appropriate course challenging examinations, comprehensive final examinations, and/or other culminating exercises used at the enrolling school.

(cf. 6155 - Challenging Courses by Examination)

Regulation EL DORADO UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

approved: May 25, 1993 Placerville, California

revised: September 23, 2008

revised: June 2013

revised: November 14, 2017

revised: November 12, 2019