In order to receive course credit in a seminar, students must complete and turn in all tasks and evidence. Each seminar course will earn 0.25 credits. Students will complete a combination of seminars in content areas to meet the credit requirements.
Students will have the opportunity to achieve dual credits with Gateway Technical College through a variety of ways: transcripted credit, advanced standing, start college now, distance learning, youth apprenticeship, contract for service, and high school academies. KTEC HS utilizes these options as a way for students to gain high school and college credit simultaneously as both KTEC HS and Gateway students. Therefore, KTEC HS will follow Gateway’s grading policies and student handbook for these courses. To receive both Gateway and KTEC HS credit, a student must meet Gateway’s course grading policy, which requires a C or higher to receive credit. Students who do not meet a C or higher will not receive high school or college credit.