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Off Campus Courses
SDUHSD Concurrent Off-Campus Course Practices
Students must be enrolled at a district high school while attending a concurrent off-campus class in order to receive credit on a SDUHSD transcript. No student may begin to acquire high school credits until the day after the completion of the 8th grade. Middle school students may not place off-campus classes on their SDUHSD transcript.
No more than 30 credits combined from college courses, private instruction, or public school courses may be transferred onto the high school transcript.
Only courses with the same course title and content will count as repeats of courses taken in SDUHSD high schools for GPA calculation. All earned grades will remain on the SDUHSD transcript.
Per Board Policies 6146.1, 6146.11, and 6146.3, the district shall grant credit toward high school graduation for coursework successfully completed at a community college, state college, public or private institution provided that all of the following conditions are met:
Credit will be granted toward high school graduation for coursework successfully completed at a fully accredited community or state college under the following conditions only:
1. An “Off-Campus Course Permission Request Form” must be signed by the student/parent/guardian, and counselor prior to a student enrolling in the off-campus college course.
2. The subject is included in the district’s course of study.
3. A single (3 or more unit) college course is equal to a 5-credit high school course on a SDUHSD transcript. Some college courses may be eligible for 10 credits on the SDUHSD transcript. The Superintendent or designee must pre-approve 10 credit college courses.
4. Once off-campus credits are placed on a transcript, they may not be removed. The student shall receive the same letter grade for the high school credit as is granted by the college. College courses do not receive weighted grades on SDUHSD transcripts.
Credit will be granted toward high school graduation for private/public instruction under the following conditions only:
- The institution that issues the official transcript must be currently fully accredited by one of the six regional accrediting agencies as a school offering courses leading to a high school diploma or appear on the school's Univ. of California approved institution list, as aligned with UC/CSU practices. In California, the agency is the Western Association of Schools & Colleges; outside of California, there are regional equivalents. Courses taken through providers that are WASC-accredited as Supplementary Ed will not be accepted for credit.*
- The subject is included in the district’s course of study.
- An “Off-Campus Course Permission Request Form” must be signed by the student/ parent/ guardian, and counselor prior to a student enrolling in the private/public instruction off-campus course.
- The student shall receive the same letter grade for the high school credit as is granted by the private/ public instruction school. No weighted grade credit will be granted with the exception of College Board Advanced Placement or International Baccalaureate courses that are weighted by the University of California. AP courses must be on the outside school’s AP Course Ledger for the year taken in order to be placed on the transcript.
- Upon completion of the course, the student must submit an official transcript that includes grade issued and credit earned, as evidence from the off-campus school showing that the student successfully completed the course.
- Once off-campus credits are placed on a transcript, they may not be removed.