• EIC (LOCAL) Audit (GPA Exempt information)


    For the purposes of this regulation, an audited elective course is described as:


    • A GPA exempt course which will not be used in the calculation of GPA and class rank.
    • A course which will be designated on the transcript as a GPA exempt course.
    • Students will receive a numerical grade all year on the report card and the grade earned will be used to determine eligibility for participation in all UIL or school-sponsored activities.
    • A course which will be listed on a student’s academic transcript with a credit awarded.




    Audit eligibility:


    • Students must have an overall 80% or better average in the prerequisite course for the elective courses for which they are seeking a waiver.
    • Students must maintain an 80% or better average in the GPA exempt course to qualify and maintain GPA exempt eligibility.
    • Students must obtain approval from their parents, teachers of the course, and the counselor.
    • Students may take up to three (3) credits on a GPA exempt basis.




    Enrollment in an audited courses:


    • Complete the GPA Exempt application, which can be found online on the HHS Counseling website or in the counseling office.
    • Have the application signed by the parent and teacher.
    • Return the application to the counselor no later than the end of the third (3rd) week of each semester.  At that time, if all criteria are met, it will be approved and a course change will be made to reflect enrollment in a GPA exempt course.
    • Once the student makes the decision to take a course as GPA exempt, the decision is final and cannot be changed.
    • Students enrolled in full-year courses do not need to reapply during the second semester.
    • Students, including move-in students, who miss the deadline for application for the first semester, may apply for exemption for the second semester if they meet the criteria.




    Courses approved to audit:


    Students are encouraged to pursue their areas of special talents and interest to enrich their academic experience.  Courses may be taken on a GPA exempt basis that have been approved by the district.  The following courses have been identified as GPA-exempt eligible:




    Accounting 2 (Not Dual Credit)

    Computer Technician

    PE 2-4

    Advanced Animation

    Construction Tech 2-4

    Pharmacology Practicum

    Advanced Audio Production 2

    Cosmetology 2

    Pharmacology Clinical Practicum

    Advanced Floral Design

    Culinary Arts 2

    Practicum Audio Production 3

    Advanced Graphic Design

    Dance 2-4

    Practicum Business Management 2

    Advanced Interior Design

    Drill Team 2-4

    Practicum in Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources (Vet Med 2)

    Advanced Video Production 2

    Electrocardiogram and Phlebotomy Technician Practicum

    Practicum in Education and Training

    Art 2-4 (On-level only)

    Emergency Medical Technician Practicum

    Practicum in Hospitality Services

    ASL 3-4

    Extended Practicum in Education and Training

    Practicum of Marketing Dynamics 2

    Athletics 2-4

    Fashion Design 2

    Practicum Video Production 3

    Auto Tech 2-3

    Firefighter 2

    Robotics 2

    AVID 2-4

    Game Design 2-3

    Rocket Engineering 2

    Band 2-4

    Instrumental Ensemble 2-4

    ROTC 2-4

    Business Information Management 2

    Jazz Band 2-4

    Sports Medicine 2-3

    STUCCO (2nd year)

    Cheerleading 2-4

    Law Enforcement 2

    Technical Theatre 2-4

    Choir 2-4

    Musical Theatre 2-4

    Theatre Arts 2-4

    CISCO Internetworking 2

    Newspaper 2-3

    Vocal Ensemble 2--4

    Clinical Rotation 2

    PALS 2

    Yearbook 2-3

    Colorguard 2-4



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