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How do I know if I'm eligible for Youth Options?

Last Updated: Mar 03, 2016  |  11 Views

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Youth Options allows you to take post-secondary (college-level) classes at NWTC. You do not pay for these classes if your high school board determines the classes are not comparable to classes offered by the high school. If approved by the high school board, the student will receive both high school and post-secondary credit for successfully completed classes.

To be eligible for Youth Options, you must:

  • be a student who has completed 10th grade
  • be in good academic standing as determined by the high school
  • not have a record of disciplinary problems
  • not meet the statutory definition of a "child-at-risk"

For more information, visit the Youth Options webpage

or

contact K-12 Relations Specialist Ashley Drzewiecki by email ashley.dzewiecki@nwtc.edu or phone  (920) 498-5422 or (888) 385-6982, ext 5422.

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