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2195 Procedure – Academic Acceleration

Academic Acceleration Incentive Program for High Schools

For one-time, competitive state grant purposes, the following students are considered to have earned dual high school and college credit in a course offered by a district high school:

  • Students who achieve a score of three or higher on an Advanced Placement (AP) examination;
  • Students who successfully complete a course through the college in the high school program under RCW 28A.600.290 and are awarded credit by the participating institution of higher education; and
  • Students who satisfy the dual enrollment and class performance requirements to earn college credit through a tech prep course.

Online courses for students to earn dual high school and college credit at no cost to the student are considered to be offered by the high school.

 

Reporting Requirement

The district will annually report the following information regarding dual credit programs to the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction:

  • Students who achieve a score of three or higher on an Advanced Placement (AP) examination;
  • Students who successfully complete a course through the college in the high school program under RCW 28A.600.290 and are awarded credit by the partnering institution of higher education;
  • Students who satisfy the dual enrollment and class performance requirements to earn college credit through a tech prep course; and
  • Students who successfully complete a course through the Running Start program under RCW 28A.600.300 and are awarded credit by the institution of higher education.
Adopted: 07/17/18
Revised: 07/17/18