Online High School
Generally, for a nontraditional course to count as an NCAA-approved core course, it must meet all of the following requirements:
-All students in the course must have regular instructor-led interaction for the purpose of instruction, evaluation and assistance for the duration of the course.
-The course must have a defined time period for completion
-Student work must be available for evaluation and validation
(Note:) The course should be clearly identified as nontraditional on the student’s official high school transcript.
A nontraditional course may be rejected for any of the following reasons:
-Does not have teacher-based instruction.
-Does not require regular and ongoing instructor-led interaction between the student and teacher.
-Does not require students to complete the entire course.
-Does not prepare students for four-year college class work.
-Does not have official student grade records.• Does not meet NCAA core-course requirements.