3365.06 Restrictions on enrollment.

(A) A student in grade nine may not enroll in courses under this chapter for which the student elects under division (B) of section 3365.04 of the Revised Code to receive credit toward high school graduation for more than the equivalent of four academic school years. A student enrolling in courses under this chapter may not enroll in courses in which the student elects to receive credit toward high school graduation for more than the equivalent of :

(1) Three academic school years, if the student so enrolls for the first time in grade ten;

(2) Two academic school years, if the student so enrolls for the first time in grade eleven;

(3) One academic school year, if the student so enrolls for the first time in grade twelve. These restrictions shall be reduced proportionately for any such student who enrolls in the program during the course of a school year in accordance with rules adopted under section 3365.02 of the Revised Code.

(B) In considering the admission of any secondary student, a college shall give priority to its other students regarding enrollment in courses. However, once a student has been accepted in a course as a participant, the institution shall not displace the participant for another student.

Effective Date: 06-30-1997