FAQs

1.  How can I get involved in the school?
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2.  Can my child/guardian graduate early?
Yes, students can graduate 1 semester to 1 year early.  There are specific expectations that a student must follow to be able to graduate early.  Here are the policies to do this?

Graduating One Semester Early
Deadline to apply for one semester early graduation the beginning of the second semester of the student’s junior year. See Board of Education Policy JFCA for application requirements.
1.  Student must meet with counselors to create a step by step list of when classes are due.
2.  The student is eligible to participate in all senior graduation activities. 
3.  The student is eligible to participate in prom.
4.  The diploma will be issued at the close of the semester the student graduates. If the student is participating in the graduation ceremony, an empty folder will be issued.
5.  Transcript may be issued at any point.
6.  The student is responsible for monitoring the schedule of senior graduation activities, and communicating with school administrators regarding participation.
7.  College preparation classes may be taken in a virtual platform. The student is responsible to work with teachers 21 regarding rigor to ensure college readiness.
8.  The student must take all appropriate Kansas Assessments and achieve an appropriate score that indicates that the student is on track to being college ready in each required area.
9.  The student must take an appropriate post-secondary exam (i.e., ACT, SAT, or ASSET) and achieve a score of “College Readiness” in each required area.

Graduating One Year Early
1.  Deadline to apply for one year early graduation is the beginning of the second semester of the student’s 9th-grade year. See Board of Education Policy JFCA for application requirements.
2.  Student must meet with counselors to create a step by step list of when classes are due.
3.  Student is eligible to participate in prom only in the year he/she graduates.
4.  Student is eligible to participate in senior graduation activities only in the year he/she graduates.
5.  Diploma will be issued at the close of the semester the student graduates.
6.  Transcript may be issued at any point.
7.  A virtual platform may be used only for elective classes.
8.  The student must take all appropriate Kansas Assessments and achieve an appropriate score that indicates that the student is on track to being college ready in each required area.
9.  The student must take an appropriate post-secondary exam (i.e., ACT, SAT, or ASSET) and achieve a score of “College Readiness” in each required area.




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