2018 Oklahoma Statutes
Title 70. Schools
§70-5-132.1. Certain persons 21 years of age or older may be allowed to complete high school.

A. Any person other than those persons provided for in Section 5-132 of this title, who is twenty-one (21) years of age or older and who has not completed the requirements for a high school diploma or received a General Education Diploma, upon proper application to an independent school district may be given the opportunity to complete the requirements for and receive a regular high school diploma.

B. The school district or technology center school district in which such person resides may give the person the option of attending regular classes if class size restrictions are not violated, or of participating in other programs which may be provided pursuant to provisions of the Oklahoma Statutes or rules promulgated by the State Board of Education or State Board of Career and Technology Education. Providing, however, that the school district may deny admittance of persons over twenty-one (21) to its classes.

C. The school district or technology center school district may charge such person an amount of tuition not to exceed the average expenditure per pupil of the district for the preceding school year. Said tuition may be prorated by the number of contact hours for which the person is enrolled.

Added by Laws 1983, c. 223, § 1, operative July 1, 1983. Amended by Laws 2001, c. 33, § 75, eff. July 1, 2001.

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