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Online Courses for Connecticut High School Students
October 18, 2017 4:01 PM
Drop Period and Extension Policy

The School/district agrees to pay fees for each student registered. Students will be considered registered 30 days after they have been enrolled in a course providing they have not been dropped by their school administrators during the first 30 days of the student's enrollment period per the following terms:

HIGH SCHOOL COURSES:

Start Date: For students enrolled to begin with the start of the academic year or term, all courses begin in September or January on the date indicated in the Course Schedule. Students that are enrolled in a rolling enrollment course after the term start date will have a course start date of 24 hours from the day of the student's enrollment date. The student's enrollment date is the date that the student is added to the course roster.

Drop Period: The student will be granted a 30 day drop period beginning on the student's course start date. Schools may drop a student for any reason during that time period. After 30 days, schools will be invoiced for that student enrollment. CT Virtual Learning staff will not drop or withdraw students from the system. This must be done by the District Online Learning Coordinator or guidance counselors at the participating schools.

Extension Policy: Semester-long rolling enrollment and semester-long AP courses are designed to be completed in 16 weeks. If a student does not complete their course within 20 weeks of their start date, schools may choose to let the student have an extra 8 weeks of teacher lead course time, for an additional charge of $90 per student per course.

CREDIT RECOVERY COURSES:

Start Date: Credit Recovery courses will be offered in 10 week schedules on a rolling enrollment basis throughout the school year and over the summer. Students will have a course start date of 24 hours from the day of the student's enrollment date. The student's enrollment date is the date that the student is added to the course roster.

Drop Period: The student will be granted a 2 week drop period beginning on the student's course start date. Schools may drop a student for any reason during that time period. After 2 weeks, schools will be invoiced for that student enrollment. CT Virtual Learning staff will not drop or withdraw students from the system. This must be done by the District Online Learning Coordinator or guidance counselors at the participating schools.

Extension Policy: Credit Recovery courses are designed to be completed within 8-10 weeks. If a student does not complete their course within 10 weeks of their start date, schools may choose to let the student have an extra 4 weeks of teacher lead course time, for an additional charge of $75 per student per course.

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