NEED TO KNOW
It is possible for grade 10-12 students to work at both a brick and mortar school and an online (DL) school.
It is possible for grade 10-12 students to work at more than one DL school simultaneously.
There is lots of flexibility and a great deal of choice of courses.
There are some challenges with organization associated with cross-enrollment.
Distance Learning And Cross-Enrollment
1) What is Distance Learning?
2) How does it work?
3) How can my child study at different schools?
It?s called “cross-enrollment.”
Cross-enrollment is relatively easy for students in Grades 10-12. The Ministry of Education makes it possible for students in these grades to take any course at any school. The schools where the majority of courses are being taken becomes that student’s ‘home school’. They will collate the grades from the other schools and issue the transcript. It is very possible to have a student attend a regular school for the bulk of their courses, but take specific courses (Math 10, Physics 12 etc) online. It is also possible to attend a DL school for some courses while still attending a brick and mortar home school.
4) What are the potential problems?