The parent, guardian, or custodian of a student receiving instruction at a private, denominational or parochial school, or a school choosing not to meet accreditation or approval requirements may also enroll the student in the school district. The student shall be considered under dual enrollment. The parent, guardian, or custodian requesting dual enrollment for the student should notify the superintendent on forms provided by the school district. On the form, they shall indicate the academic courses and extracurricular activities in which the student is interested in participating.
1. To qualify for dual enrollment there must be adequate capacity in the requested building and in the requested courses and/or grade level.
A dual enrollment student is eligible to participate in the school district's academic and extracurricular and academic activities in the same manner as other students enrolled in the school district to the extent allowed within NSAA regulations. The policies and administrative rules of the school district shall apply to the dual enrollment students in the same manner as the other students enrolled the school district. These policies and administrative rules shall include, but not be limited to, athletic eligibility requirements, rules governing student conduct, academic eligibility requirements, and payment of the fees required for participation.
It shall be the responsibility of the superintendent to develop administrative regulations regarding deadlines, specific courses or activities approved, restrictions of classroom space, maximum or minimum course number limitations and other procedures for this policy.
Cross Reference: 502 Student Admissions
504 Student Rights and Responsibilities
505 Student Discipline
506 Student Activities
508 Student Health and Well-Being
611 Academic Achievement
Amended: 12/11/06 Columbus, Nebraska