Concurrent Enrollment Form
PLEASE NOTE: Requests take 3-5 business days to review. Your Counselor will email the student and parent at the email addresses you provide below when your request has been reviewed. Step-by-step instructions regarding concurrent enrollment can be found on the CHS Counseling Website here:
https://chscounselingoffice.wixsite.com/chscounseling/all-the-forms
Student's Last Name *
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Student's First Name *
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Date of Birth *
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Grade Level for 2019-2020 *
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Student Email Address *
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Parent Email Address *
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Course title *
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Specific school or college you want to take the course *
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Are you taking the course through a college/community college OR a high school level course through an institution outside LVUSD? *
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Reason for request *
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During which semester(s) are you planning to take and complete the course? *
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Please check what kind of credit you are requesting: *
By checking "Yes" you agree to the following policy/procedures: *
This form must be completed, and approved prior to the start of instruction. This form is to be used for requesting permission to enroll in: An Out-of-District class through an accredited school or program; an approved online class; OR a two-year and/or four-year college class
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By checking "Yes" you agree to the following policy/procedures: *
I understand that district drop deadlines are still in effect. District guidelines allow students to enroll in specific classes that may be included on the student’s transcript; may meet certain graduation requirements; may be used to extend or accelerate a student’s academic program; and/or may be used for make-up credit.
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AR 6146.12 *
Las Virgenes Unified School District Administrative Regulation AR 6146.12 Concurrent Enrollment/Dual Credit 1. College level classes may be approved for concurrent enrollment/dual credit if they are classes not currently offered at the student’s high school. Special circumstances may be considered as outlined below: Special Circumstances: School administration may approve a special circumstance request where a student may need to enroll in a college level class for dual credit purposes even if the class may be available in the school district. This option is available to resolve any special circumstances where no other in-district option is available 2. Students may enroll in college level classes that are either taught on the high school campus or at the college campus. 3. Students must receive prior approval from the principal or designee prior to enrolling in the class for dual credit purposes. Failure to do so will prevent the student from receiving dual credit. Courses taken for dual credit are taken in addition to the required class schedule on the high school campus. 4. Students have the option of determining if the class is to appear on the high school transcript prior to enrolling in the college class. Students that elect to do this will be taking the college course for dual credit. Once approved, students may not request a change after the class has started. School administration will determine if any special circumstances should be considered. 5. Students are responsible for providing official verification from the college of the grade earned at the conclusion of the semester class. This information must be submitted to the high school counseling/registrar office within one week of the close of the college semester. Students are responsible for submitting the college transcript within the prescribed timelines in order for the class to appear on the high school transcript. 6. A physical education course cannot be taken in lieu of the high school’s physical education classes in grades 9 or 10. Only elective credits will be granted when completing a physical education college course. 7. Semester-for-semester credit will be granted for college-level course work; that is one semester of college-level coursework is the equivalent of one semester of high school coursework. 8. The student will receive the same letter grade for the high school credit as is granted by the college. 9. College level grades will not be weighted for the purposes of appearing on the high school transcript. All dual credit classes will be graded on a “4.0 A”. College classes will not carry weighted grade credit on the high school transcript. 10. Special education students may be eligible to enroll only after an IEP team has determined that the college level class meets the goals and objectives of the students IEP. 11. College level classes will grant 5 units of high school credits per semester irrespective of the number of credits granted by the college, providing the college course is three units or more. 12. Dual credit classes will be calculated as a part of the student’s regular high school GPA. 13. It is the parent/student responsibility to check with the university regarding acceptance of dual credit. Colleges and universities have their own policies regarding acceptance of dual credit. Regulation LAS VIRGENES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Revised: April 28, 2015
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Student: Type your name below as an electronic submission of your request and agreement to the policies and procedures listed above. *
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Parent: Type your name below as an electronic submission of your request and agreement to the policies and procedures listed above. *
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