Section 3313.645 | Admission without tuition.
A board of education may admit to the schools of its district, free of any tuition obligation, any resident of the district not otherwise eligible to be admitted who meets criteria established by the state board of education. The state board shall adopt rules establishing criteria for the admission of persons to schools under this division. The rules may authorize restrictions or limitations on the classes or programs in which such persons may participate.
For participation in vocational education programs the district operates or participates in pursuant to sections 3313.90 and 3313.91 of the Revised Code, a board of education may admit the following individuals to the schools of its district free of any tuition obligation and without regard to age:
(A) Any resident to the district who has successfully completed the individualized education program developed for the person by any high school pursuant to section 3323.08 of the Revised Code;
(B) Any person employed by the district in a position for which a license issued by the state board of education under section 3319.22 to 3319.31 of the Revised Code is not required who seeks admission to a class or program related to the person's position and is authorized by the district's superintendent to be admitted to the class or program. The superintendent shall determine whether the class or program is related to the employee's position.
Available Versions of this Section
- October 29, 1996 – Senate Bill 230, 121st General Assembly [ View October 29, 1996 Version ]