SB 300, Expanded Options, provides eligible high school students early entry into post-secondary education. It also emphasizes specific provisions and priorities for at-risk students.
Who is an eligible student?
- Someone enrolled in an Oregon public school, in grade 11 or 12 or are 16 years old or older at the time of enrollment in a course under the Expanded Options Program, has developed an educational learning plan, and has not successfully completed four years of high school.
- A student who has completed course requirements for graduation, but who has not received a diploma, may participate in the Expanded Options Program.
- An eligible student who enrolls in the Expanded Options Program may not enroll in eligible post-secondary courses for more than the equivalent of two academic years.