There are qualifications for an EBF HSAP student transferring to Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont High School (EBF) wanting to receive an EBF High School Diploma. Specifics will be created by the HSAP staff and school administration. The state of Iowa has very specific requirements for students earning high school diplomas presented by public schools. Chapter 12 Graduation Requirements
Attendance Requirements for HSAP students to earn an EBF High School Diploma:
- Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont High School operates using 2 semesters each year.
- The student MUST attend EBF High School the entirety of their junior and senior years
- Students who are a junior in the 2021-2022 academic year must enroll full-time second semester of the 2021-2022 academic year.
Students will submit a written verification of high school course work completion, with titles, to the designated EBF High School officials to determine credits awarded. Course work acceptance is based upon criteria that is determined by the designated EBF High School official and EBF HSAP Director.
HSAP will maintain a transcript of HSAP students beginning their freshman year if the student anticipates entering the high school for an EBF High School Diploma.
EBF administration and EBF HSAP Director will create and maintain a set of protocols for HSAP students to earn an EBF public school diploma meeting Iowa Code 281 Chapter 12 requirements and local Board of Directors requirements. (Currently, 52 credits are required to graduate with an EBF High School diploma)
REVIEWED: 10/18/2021 – APPROVED 11/22/2021