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(a) For purposes of a waiver from passing the HSGQE, a student enters the public school system late if the student arrives in the state with two or fewer semesters remaining in the student's year of intended graduation. A student who resides in the state but attends a private school or is home schooled as provided in AS 14.30.010 and transfers to a public school with two or fewer semesters remaining in the student's year of intended graduation is not eligible for a waiver. A student who enters the public school system late shall take the HSGQE as provided in 4 AAC 06.755.
(b) In addition to the requirements of 4 AAC 06.772, a student's request for a waiver under this section must be supported by documentation
(1) of enrollment from the school in which the student is currently enrolled including the student's initial enrollment date;
(2) of previous enrollment from the out-of-state school district from which the student transferred; the documentation must include enrollment date and exit date from the school district; and
(3) that verifies the date of the student's physical presence in this state before enrollment in any of the schools or school options in this state as provided in (a) of this section; documentation may include
(A) records or receipts of airlines, the Alaska Marine Highway system, or other carriers;
(B) hotel receipts; and
(C) affidavits or certifications by persons acquainted with or related to the student who have personal knowledge of the applicant's physical presence in the state.
History: Eff. 1/21/2004, Register 169
Authority: AS 14.03.075
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