What if I get sick and cannot attend class?
Excused absences Policy (revised on 07/03/13)
Student must contact the school by e-mail with a valid reason before the start of class. Driving exams and regular doctor appointments do not qualify as excused absences. Students who are sick and miss more than three classes must have a doctor’s note to be excused – this note must be submitted to the school the day the student returns to class. Regular sick days are not considered excused absences.
Excused absences are still recorded as an absence, but special circumstances may be considered when calculating totals. We understand that students become ill or have an emergency, but reporting their status to the school ensures that we have accurate records and also allows us to know when a student might require assistance.
- What are the class hours?
- What time do I need to enter the classroom?
- What is the attendance policy for students?
- How will my attendance be marked?
- How can I appeal my attendance percentage to the school?
- How can I inform the school of absence?
- What is the Leave of Absence policy?
- What test(s) do I have to take?
- How can I change my class level?
- What is the grading scale?
- How will my teacher mark my final grade?
- What is Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)?
- How much attendance percentage do I need?
- How many students in each class?
- How long can I say in the same level?
- What is "Short-term Absence" Policy?
- What if I get sick and cannot attend class?
- How can I register next session?