Split-day is defined as participating in additional courses at other public or private instructional institutions. These additional split-day course offerings are as follows and apply to the noted grade levels:
- Taking courses at a student's school of residence within the Fremont Unified School District (grades 7-12)
- Participating in Regional Occupational Programs (ROP) through the Mission Valley ROP (MVROP) or at their local high school upon space availability (grades 9-12)
- Taking courses at a local community college (grades 9-12)
- Taking courses through a privately funded online course provider (grades 7-12)
Each of the above options has their own unique requirements for participation and/or cost reimbursement (where applicable). Students are limited to the number of overall split-day courses he/she can participate in in any given semester. Further, a student must maintain full time enrollment status at COIL at all times, regardless of the number of courses or credits being taken through split-day. Students are limited to a maximum of 1 split-day course unless otherwise authorized by the COIL Executive Director.
To view our Split Day Presentation, click here.
We will host split day meetings in the spring of 2019 for the 19-20 school year. Please stay tuned for details. If you have any questions, please see your advisory teacher.