2021 Indiana Code
Title 20. Education
Article 36. High Ability Students
Chapter 5. Alternate Methods of Earning High School Academic Credit
20-36-5-1. Receiving Credits by Demonstrating Proficiency; Methods

Universal Citation: IN Code § 20-36-5-1 (2021)

Sec. 1. A student shall receive credits toward graduation or an Indiana diploma with a Core 40 with academic honors designation by demonstrating the student's proficiency in a course or subject area required for graduation or the Indiana diploma with a Core 40 with academic honors designation, whether or not the student has completed course work in the subject area, by any one (1) or more of the following methods:

(1) Receiving a score that demonstrates proficiency on a standardized assessment of academic or subject area competence that is accepted by accredited postsecondary educational institutions.

(2) Successfully completing a similar course at an eligible institution under the postsecondary enrollment program under IC 21-43-4.

(3) Receiving a score of three (3), four (4), or five (5) on an advanced placement examination for a course or subject area.

(4) Receiving a score of E(e) or higher on a Cambridge International Advanced A or AS level examination for a course or subject area.

(5) Other methods approved by the state board.

As added by P.L.64-2006, SEC.1. Amended by P.L.2-2007, SEC.238; P.L.192-2018, SEC.44; P.L.191-2018, SEC.18; P.L.10-2019, SEC.88.

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