The Post-Secondary Options Program provides for students who are at least 16 years of age or older and who are classified as juniors or seniors in Georgia public schools to take courses full-time or part-time at Georgia public colleges, universities, or technical institutions where they have been accepted to receive high school Carnegie unit credits(s) and post-secondary credit hours. Interested students should contact the Guidance Counselor for information on admission requirements.
Grades received in these college courses will have 1 point per semester hour added to it when figuring honor graduate average (i.e. a B (85) in a 3-hour semester college course will be an 88).
*All students must maintain a full time high school status by being enrolled in 7 traditional high school courses or 4 high school traditional courses + 1 or more post secondary 3 hour course(s) each semester.