Accepting Non-Passing Scores

Today's blog has information for accepting non-passing scores on exams in courses as part of your accredited high school program or accredited middle school program.  Students now have the option of accepting a non-passing score for an assignment or exam and forgoing up to three total reattempts.  If students forgo attempts to improve their scores, they cannot change their minds at a later date.  Once students accept a non-passing score, that score is final.  Second, if students get too many non-passing scores in a particular course, they risk failing the course and thus receiving no credit.  Their only option to earn credit would be to re-enroll in the course and start over.  Finally, taking a zero on an exam or assignment is not allowed.  All students must make at least one attempt to pass an exam and earn a numeric score in the process.   If you have questions about this policy, please email us.  We are happy to help and happy you made us your distance education high school or middle school.