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Transfer Students

Admission Details for Transfer Students

Credits and Course Requirements for Grade Level Designation

Students must complete the required cumulative credits in order to be promoted to the following grade levels.  9th-12th grade students who receive a failing grade in any semester will not receive credit for the course.  These credits may be made up in summer school. Grade level is based on the following cumulative credits:

 

10th Grade (Sophomore)                   55 Cumulative Credits

11th Grade (Junior)                            110 Cumulative Credits

12th Grade (Senior)                            165 Cumulative Credits

 

Course Requirement

Sophomore

Junior

Seniors

Math

At a minimum entering Integrated 1

At a minimum entering Integrated 2

At minimum entering Integrated 3

English

Completion of both semesters of English 9 with a D or better.

Completion of both semesters of  English 10 with a D or better.

Completion of both semesters of English 11 with a D or better.

Social Studies

 

Completion of both semesters of  World History with a D or better

Completion of both semesters of US History with a D or better

World Language

   

Completion of Spanish 1 with a C or better.

Or

Completion of two years of the same World Language

(we can not guarantee the availability of French or Mandarin)

 

Incoming Transfer Student Requirements Grade-Level Designation

To ensure that students are able to meet the NCS VLA graduation requirements at the end of their senior year, all incoming transfer students must have completed 1) the minimum  cumulative credits for each grade level outlined above and 2) the course requirements outlined in the table in order to be enrolled at that grade-level, irrespective of age . If a student does not meet the minimum qualifications, he/she will be placed at the appropriate grade-level based on the credits earned at the time of transfer.  We note that enrollment will be based on space availability at that grade level.