In order to help ensure that all students are succeeding in their high school and college classes and progressing toward graduation, the following Academic Probation policy will be used:
At the completion of each quarter, students' grades will be reviewed. High school grades will be reviewed per the high school progress report and college grades per the Work in Progress form which students hand carry to classes. Students found to be in danger of failing any class, high school or college; will be placed on Academic Probation.
Students on Academic Probation will:
Meet with the principal to discuss progress and options.
If necessary, attend a student, teacher, and parent conference.
Students whose grades improve by the completion of the semester are removed from Academic Probation. Students whose grades do not improve by the end of the semester may be required to return to an appropriate high school setting. Any student who is placed on Academic Probation for two consecutive semesters will be moved to an appropriate district high school at the completion of their second semester of Academic Probation. Any senior who is in danger of not graduating will be moved to an appropriate district high school at the completion of the fall semester.