Student Personnel Services
Correspondence Courses

See Policy EHDE (Local)

Students in grades 8-12 may earn high school credits by correspondence. The courses must be taken from Texas Tech University or The University of Texas at Austin. These credits may be applied toward State graduation requirements. In order to be an honor graduate, a senior must have completed all outside course work before the end of the first nine weeks of the spring semester with the exception of dual credit courses in progress. Students must make a written request to the principal or counselor prior to enrollment. If prior approval is not granted, a student shall not be awarded credit toward graduation or promotion. Correspondence courses taken as a graduation requirement will count toward academic UIL ― No Pass/No Play‖ and maintain the same eligibility calendar provided by CCISD. All courses in progress are considered passing until notification is received from the provider.

 Note: These courses will appear on the transcript but will not be included in GPA calculation. Student athletes who take Texas Tech University correspondence coursework will not meet core course requirements for NCAA eligibility.

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