Privileges & Conditions

All EdOpt students who are enrolled primarily in home education may take all courses off-campus, through OC Online or may take up to four courses on campus.

A. Privileges & Conditions
  1. Students receive umbrella coverage as part of the Ontario Christian Schools through the EdOpt.
  2. Students are eligible to receive a student ID card, attend athletic events and other events at the student rate, and have a student picture included in the school yearbook.
  3. All EdOpt students are invited to attend school chapel and assemblies.
  4. All EdOpt students may participate in after school clubs and programs, such as Chess Club, Kiwanis Key Club, and International club. EdOpt students may participate in Ontario Christian School service projects.
  5. EdOpt students may participate in most school social events, although limitations may apply for some events, such as enrollment in at least one on-campus course.
  6. EdOpt families may make arrangements to use the school library and the high school career center.
  7. Students taking one to four on-campus classes may participate in all of the activities associated with that course, including field trips and presentations.
  8. Student taking on-campus classes are eligible to ride the Ontario Christian bus to or from school.
  9. At the high school level, the EdOpt Director will help the family develop a four-year plan that leads toward completing graduation requirements.
  10. Those completing all requirements for graduation are invited to participate in graduation ceremonies, receiving a PSP diploma.
B. Qualifications & Restrictions
  1. Students are not eligible to qualify for class rank, valedictorian, salutatorian, or school scholarships.
  2. EdOpt students who take fewer than two classes on campus are not eligible for California Scholarship Federation membership, participation in athletics and drama productions, Mock Trial, or to serve on the Associated Student Body.

Privileges and Conditions in addition to those listed above for EdOpt students who take 2-4 courses on campus:

  1. Students may participate in middle and high school extracurricular activities including athletics, Mock Trial, and Associated Student Body (ASB). Drama at the middle school level is a course; participation in drama productions as an extracurricular activity is available at the high school level.
  2. Students will have a picture included in school annual and will receive a yearbook if this is in accord with the practice with full-time students.
  3. Students taking one to four on-campus classes may participate in all of the activities associated with that course, including field trips and presentations.
  4. Families may apply for tuition assistance.    
B. Qualifications & Restrictions:
  1. Students are not eligible to qualify for class rank, valedictorian, salutatorian, or school scholarships.
  2. At the high school level, California Scholarship Federation membership is available if the student earns sufficient CSF points from on campus courses. National Honor Society and Renaissance Program membership is available for qualifying students.