4.1.4 Admission of High School Students and "Gifted" High School Students

adopted: Jun-1998
last revised: May-2015

High school students may take Richland courses for either application toward a high school diploma or a college credit. Eligibility for enrollment as a high school student is decided as follows:

  1. The student is a high school student.
  2. The student's high school principal submits the appropriate form stating the student is taking the course(s) for high school or college credit, and has the principal's approval.
  3. A high school transcript is submitted to Richland.
  4. Tuition may be determined by course and delivery.
  5. Final approval for enrollment is then determined by Richland.

“Gifted students” are students with exceptionally high academic ability as determined by the students' school and the College.