Student Policies

Exam Policies
The purpose of the final exam is to assist in validating that students have demonstrated mastery of key course concepts and standards. All segment exam grades count as 20% of the overall course segment grade. All segment exams are required to be proctored. In order to maintain the integrity of all iFlagler grades, instructors may choose to facilitate random oral assessments and/or face-to-face module assessments.

Withdrawal Policies
Only through continuous communication can students be successful in an online course. Within each course, the instructor outlines the weekly minimum work requirements. It is essential that the student and instructor maintain regular contact.

To ensure that our students are aware of this commitment, the four-part process below will be followed:
  1. If the student does not submit the expected number of assignment(s) within a period of seven (7) consecutive days, the student and parent(s) will receive a phone call from the instructor. During the call, the students, parents, and teacher will work to resolve any issues that prevent the student from submitting an acceptable number of assignments each week.

  2. If the student does not respond to the phone call by submitting assignments within seven (7) days or does not continue to submit an acceptable number of assignments each week, the instructor will send an email to the student/parent(s) to remind them of the importance of submitting work.

  3. If the student does not respond by submitting assignments within 14 days of the initial phone call, guidance will assume that the student does not intend to remain in the course, and the student will be administratively dropped from the course.

  4. Upon completion of the withdrawal process all materials and laptops must be returned to the iFlagler office.