Ester Maria Posted February 9, 2012 Share Posted February 9, 2012 ... for a high student to complete TWO courses of high school studies simultaneously, with minimal "double dipping" (as there would presumably be some overlapping content or maybe even entire courses overlapping, but the student would still get tested with each program according to its bibliography), with two different institutions / online / umbrella arrangements? Do things change if the high school programs are associated with different countries, in different languages, and the student wants to keep both options open? Is it problematic to be registered within one school system and fulfill its requirements, while at the same time belong to another accredited online diploma program or umbrella? Are there any documents which regulate this and explicitly state that a student can or cannot belong to two distinct courses of study at the same time? Would one even be required to inform each institution and program of the fact they belong to another one too? I am not interested in the discussion of why on Earth would one go that route, I am only interested in whether it is legally problematic or no. Thank you in advance. :) Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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