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Student must complete this form and receive approval PRIOR to enrolling in ANY off campus course



Student Name__________________________________________ Stu #____________________


Institution where taking course: ____________________________________________________


Institution’s Address: ______________________________ Phone: ________________________


Term class to be taken: Fall / Spring / Summer Is the school WASC accredited? YES / NO

(If NO, this course will NOT count for high school credit)

Name of Course: ___________________________________Course # _________Units________

Is this a high school or college course?______________________________________ If college course, high school credit will be awarded as follows: College remediation credits are transferred as 1 college unit = no high school credit, 2 or 3 college units = 5 high school credits, 4 or 5 college units = 10 high school credits. College level courses are transferred as 1 college unit = 3.3 high school credits with a maximum of 10 high school credits per course. College physical education 1 or 1.5 PE unit = 2.5 high school credits. All courses are transferred as unweighted classes and will affect student’s GPA and/or class rank.

Reason for wanting to take this course: Remediation / Acceleration / Other _________________________


Is this course UC/CSU approved as indicated on the UC high school A-G certified course list? YES / NO

You can look up the courses that are UC/CSU approved online at: https://pathways2.ucop.edu/doorways/list/

Will the institution mail an official transcript to VHS/RBVHS? YES / NO
For credit to be posted on your high school transcript, you must request an official transcript be sent to the VHS/RBVHS registrar.
Note: Seniors must provide high school with official transcript no later than June 1 to participate in graduation ceremony.


Have you taken any other classes off campus for high school credit? YES / NO If yes, please list course and number of high school credits earned: _______________________


Student Signature:_________ Parent Signature:_________Date Submitted to Counselor:________

Please attach a course description from the school’s course catalog. If UC/CSU approved you must attach their A-G certified course list. Approval must be obtained before enrolling in the class to receive high school credit. A separate worksheet must be filled out for each course. All costs incurred in taking courses off campus will be the responsibility of the student and/or parent.

For school use only:

Above off-campus course request is: Approved / Denied Total high school credits to be awarded: ________


Counselor Signature: ___________________________________________________


Assistant Principal Signature: ______________________________________________

Comments:___________________________________________________________________


White: Cum file Yellow: Counselor Pink: Student



OFF CAMPUS CREDIT


Off Campus Credit Forms
  1. Students must complete an “Off Campus Credit Form” prior to taking an off campus class from an accredited institution to receive credit for the class in the Vista Unified School District. This form may be obtained from a counselor.

  1. 9th – 11th graders must be enrolled in 6 high school classes on campus for the entire year. Seniors must be enrolled in at least 5 high school classes on campus for the entire year assuming they are credit-current.

  1. No credit shall be given for any work completed outside the jurisdiction of the Vista Unified School District except as outlined below.

Off Campus Courses
District guidelines allow a student to take up to 50 credits in off campus courses (maximum 30 non-college and 20 college level) during the student’s four years of high school. Students must receive prior approval by using the Off Campus Credit Form. Unless otherwise authorized by the school administration, off campus courses should be limited to one per core subject area. Note: All students must enroll in English 11, English 12 and American Government/Economics on campus.

College Credit for High School Diploma
College or university courses may be taken for high school credit if prior permission is received using the Off Campus Credit Form. Arrangement to apply this credit toward high school graduation must be made prior to the first meeting of the course, and following the stipulations apply:

  • Students may apply a maximum of twenty (20) high school credits from college courses toward high school graduation. In addition to these twenty (20) credits, students may repeat a class which has been attempted and failed at the high school level.

  • It is the responsibility of students who wish to apply college credit toward high school graduation requirements to see that their transcript is forwarded to the high school registrar in a timely manner.

  • Special notes for seniors needing off-campus class to graduate: Seniors must complete off-campus course no later than the Friday of the second week in May. Official transcripts must be received by VHS no later than June 1 in order to particpate in the graduation ceremony.

  • Students who attend classes provided by a college will be allowed high school credit according to the following scale:

  1. College classes designated as “CSU/UC transferable,” typically “100” or greater level equal

3.3 high school credits per one college unit (maximum 10 credits per course)

  1. College classes below the “100” level or “Non-CSU/UC transferable” classes:
College Credits Equivalent High School Credits
1 credit* no credit
2 or 3 credits 5 credits
4 or 5 credits 10 credits
*Students who receive 1 or 1.5 college credits for physical education will receive 2.5 high school credits in physical education. Prior administrative approval required.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND SPECIAL PROGRAMS



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