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Summer School Policy

The Franklin Towne Charter High School Summer School Policy has been amended. Please see the change below:
 

Former Policy:

“Students who do not achieve passing grades in classes each year will not be promoted to the next grade level or granted graduation status until the proper credits are attained.  Students may gain the necessary credits by enrolling in summer school, either through a Franklin Towne program (if available) or another accredited institution approved by Franklin Towne. Students wishing to gain these necessary credits MUST receive prior approval by his/her guidance counselor. Franklin Towne reserves the right to deny credit received in summer school based upon a review of the summer school program and the student’s mastery of subject matter.”

 

“Students who attend summer school, whether at Franklin Towne Charter High School or another accredited, recognized summer school will have their final grade from the year added to their transcript. The grade from a summer school course taken as a result of having failed a course at Franklin Towne during the school year will not replace the final failing grade. All FTCHS rules and regulations apply to summer school. Refer to Promotion and Graduation Requirements for policies related to gaining credit through summer school courses.”

 

 

Amended Poilcy:

“Students who do not achieve a grade of 70 or better in their academic classes each year will not be promoted to the next grade level or granted graduation status until the proper credits are attained. This includes all incoming transfer students as well.  Students may gain the necessary credits by enrolling in a pre-approved  summer school program; either through a Franklin Towne program (if available) or another accredited institution approved by Franklin Towne.  FTCHS reserves the right to deny credit received in summer school based upon a review of the summer school program and the student’s mastery of subject matter.”