JECAA - Admission of Private/Parochial School Students
Dual enrollment whereby students may pursue a portion of their school in a public school and a portion in a private/parochial school is permissible under the following conditions:
- Parents of private/parochial school students must request the dual enrollment. Requests shall set forth the specific educational activities in the public school for which dual enrollment is being requested;
- Permission to enroll in a district school will be contingent upon:
- The same criteria for enrollment in a particular activity that are applied to public school students;
- Private/parochial school students presenting themselves at the time and at the sites where the educational activities are conducted;
- Private/parochial school students and parents agreeing that all rules and regulations of the district apply to private/parochial students while in attendance at district schools or while participating in any of its activities.
- Enrollment and attendance records will be kept and State School Fund moneys will be claimed for the portion of time that private/parochial school students are enrolled in district schools.
Students may participate in the competitive sports program of the district under the following conditions:
- Private/parochial school students must meet the age, size and other eligibility requirements set forth for public school students;
- Private/parochial school students must be residents of this district. They must compete for the public school they would normally attend unless otherwise approved by the superintendent;
- Private/parochial school students are responsible for presenting themselves at the times and sites where the athletic activity is being conducted;
- Private/parochial school students and parents agree that all rules and regulations that apply to the public school students apply to participating private/parochial students.
Within the framework of ORS 332.072 - 332.107, interscholastic sports program in grades nine through 12 shall be governed by the rules and regulations, constitution and by-laws of the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA).