Dual enrollment applies to home school or private school students wishing to participate in their boundary school programs.
Students acknowledged for home school by the Board of Education may dual enroll in Jordan School District. In order to maintain home school status, student enrollment must be less than half-time. Students are required to pay all necessary fees and follow all public school rules and guidelines.
Students enrolled in a private school may enroll in up to three (3) periods (less than half-time) in the student’s Jordan School District boundary school. Students are required to show verification of private school enrollment status. Students are required to pay all necessary fees and follow all public school rules and guidelines.
Students enrolled in a Jordan School District high school who require a class or classes from another Jordan District high school may be accepted as a courtesy and with the approval of the administrators of both schools. The class requested must not be offered at the high school of their enrollment. The counseling center or registrar should track the attendance and grade from the teacher and report it to the high school of enrollment. Class and/or book fees will be charged, if applicable.
Students enrolled in any public school (including online public schools) are not eligible for “dual enrollment”.
Co-Curricular or Extracurricular Activity Participation
In Utah, a student may not enroll full-time at more than one public school at the same time. Charter schools, including K-12 online schools, are public schools. Therefore, a student who is attending K-12 online classes through a district or charter school may not be enrolled full-time in Jordan School District.
A charter or online school student is eligible to participate in an extracurricular activity not offered by the student’s charter school at their boundary (qualifying) school provided they meet the requirements set forth by the State Board of Education and Utah Code (R277-494-3 and §53G-6-704-705).
A charter or online school student is eligible to participate in co-curricular activities (up to three) not offered by the student’s charter school at their boundary (qualifying) school provided the charter or online school allows the student to participate in co-curricular courses at the qualifying school and all requirements are met which are set forth by the Utah State Board of Education and Utah Code (R277-494-3 and §53G-6-704-705).
All course requirements expected of any full-time student will apply to co-curricular or extracurricular student participation such as eligibility, fees, attendance, discipline, and transportation.
Questions regarding dual enrollment, extracurricular or co-curricular participation? Call Planning and Student Services at 801.567.8183