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Amy Mangin

Program Curriculum/Articulation Coordinator

715-833-6411  ​

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Youth Options Information for High Schools

​The Youth Options program allows public high school juniors and seniors who meet certain requirements to take courses at CVTC. Approved courses count toward high school graduation and college credit. The school board must pay for any course (including tuition, books and fees) that is taken for high school credit and that is not comparable to a course offered in the school district.  

Eligibility

Your students are eligible if you are a public high school and the student has completed 10th grade with good academic standing, met any course prerequisites, has written approval from a parent or guardian, and has no history of disciplinary problems. 

Important Deadlines

High School Counselors must receive the application from students by the following dates:

 
  • by March 1st for the fall semester
  • by October 1st for the spring semester  

Payment Information

​School Board Expenses ​Student Expenses

The school board must pay for any course that is taken for high school credit and that is not comparable to a course offered in the school district.​

A student must pay for any postsecondary course taken that is comparable to a course offered at the school district.

The school board must pay for the cost of any books and fees for all approved courses and materials for students attending an IHE. The school board may expect the return of books and materials in a useable form.​

A student must pay for incidental college fees (such as a parking permit) and for equipment, tools, supplies and consumables (notebooks, workbooks, uniforms) which will become the property of the student.​

A student must pay for a postsecondary course that is not used for high school credit.​