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Chapter 11. Special Programs.Subchapter 1. Continuation Education.Article 1. Standards for Programs.Separate Continuation High Schools.   

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(a) The continuation high school shall be established as a separate administrative unit by resolution of the governing board.

(b) An application for the establishment of any new continuation high school shall be approved by the California Department of Education as a condition to the recognition of the school as a separate continuation high school for apportionment purposes.

(c) The governing board shall appoint as principal of the school a person who holds a credential authorizing service as principal of a high school. The principal may serve as the director of continuation education if he holds an administrative credential.

(d) A continuation high school shall be conducted for not less than 175 days during a school year.

(e) In each continuation high school there shall be provided a curriculum that will enable the students to meet the requirements for graduation prescribed pursuant to Education Code sections 51224 and 51225.

(Amended by Register 2010, No. 52.)