ISOL - Good to Know:
· All courses meet the SDUHSD requirements for graduation, and most meet the UC/CSU A-G requirements. For more information, please refer to the SDUHSD website. (A link for this website can be found under the “Links” tab on this website)
· Students work at their own pace and on their own time, but students must remember that grades are reported the same way and at the same time as traditional courses. Failure to complete work in a timely manner may result in a low grade on the nine-week progress report and/or D/F announcement.
· Students must be enrolled in five on-campus classes before they can take an ISOL course. Please do talk with a counselor for specific details.
· Students do not have to attend class during their ISOL period, but there are periodic informational meetings and required work check-in times where attendance is necessary.
· Students must complete all of the unit work before exams can be proctored by their ISOL teacher.
· There is a dedicated ISOL computer lab on campus, but students can work from any computer with internet access.
· All tests and exams must be taken in the ISOL lab in the presence of your ISOL teacher.
· All assignments must be completed for students to receive a grade in an ISOL class. Students may not skip assignments. A missing assignment may result in the student not receiving credit for the course.
· Students can take up to two on-line courses per ISOL period, per semester. This allows students to take up to eight classes in a school year.
· On-line courses are not for everyone. Be sure you read and understand the “District Contract” and review the “The Profile of a Successful ISOL Student” before enrolling in an ISOL course. (Both can be found under the “Contract and Forms” tab on this website)
La Costa Canyon High School
1 Maverick Way
Carlsbad, CA 92009
LCCHS Independent Study Online