I have discussed my choice with my parents/guardians and agree that it is the best program to fit my needs. Students with an Individual Education Plan will have their final placement into a career program determined by the IEP Team.
Students who enroll at Grant Career Center and attend the first day of school are to remain in their assigned program choice for a period of TEN SCHOOL DAYS before a transfer between programs can be made. Any schedule change must be approved by a Grant counselor and the home school counselor if a student requests return to the home school.
End of Course Exams/Credit Deficiency Statement for Conditional Acceptance of Student Agreement -- Any student seeking admission to Grant Career Center must have attempted five of the seven end of course exams . An exception will be made for students moving into the state after the Spring testing dates. Students who are credit deficient will be required to follow a credit deficit schedule as agreed by the student, parent, and student services upon enrollment at Grant. A student must complete all high school graduation requirements of his or her Associate High School to receive a high school diploma.
Some training areas currently require a physical exam to meet OSHA/Health and Safety requirements. Some programs may use materials that could cause health concerns for students with certain health conditions. Students who enroll will be required to notify instructors of any health issues. This could necessitate a physician's evaluation.
The Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex (including sexual orientation and transgender identity), disability, age, religion, military status, ancestry, genetic information (collectively, "Protected Classes"), or any other legally protected category, in its programs and activities, including employment opportunities.