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Tuition | Pass/No Pass vs. Letter-Graded Courses | Earning College Credit | Summer 2005 Courses | Register


Letter-Graded Courses: $195

Pass/No Pass Courses: $120

What's the Difference Between a Letter-Grades and a Pass/No Pass Course?

Letter-graded courses earn .5 credit with a grade of A, B, C, or D. Just as a regular classroom-based course in a high school, the grade a student earns will calculate into his/her cumulative grade point average (GPA).

Pass/No Pass courses provide opportunity for credit recovery in an accelerated manner. Pass/No Pass courses do not affect grade point average in Salem-Keizer Public School District. Pass/No Pass courses may not be appropriate for students going directly to a four-year college after high school.

Students successfully completing a semester course will earn .5 credit. Failure to fully complete a semester's course may result in lessened or no credit and a grade of F or No Pass as appropriate. Reduction of credit or failure to pass a course does not reduce or eliminate tuition charges.

See the letter-graded and pass/no pass courses offered below.

College Credit:

Some courses offer high school and college credit simultaneously. Courses earning both college credit through Chemeketa Community College and high school credit. These courses require a pre-test prior to registration:

Course Offerings - Summer 2005
Letter Graded Courses

Pass / No Pass Courses

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English 9 - Literature
Soph. Survey 2 - Literature Survey

General Math, Sem. 1 & 2
Algebra 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D
Algebra 1 Theory, Sem. 1 & 2
Geometry, Sem. 1 & 2
Intro. to Advanced Algebra, Sem. 1 & 2
Advanced Algebra, Sem. 1 & 2
Algebra 2 Theory, Sem. 1 & 2

Personal Enhancement (Phys. Ed.)

Wellness 1
Wellness 2

Computer Skills 1 
Computer Skills 2 (Pre-Test Required)
Computer Management & Careers  (Pre-Test Required)
Web Design 
(Pre-Test Required)
Introduction to Business
Graphing Calculator Class Pad 101

Earth Science
Environmental Chemistry, Sem. 1 & 2
General Biology, Sem. 1 & 2
Concepts in Physical Science, Sem. 1 & 2

20th Century Studies, Sem. 1 & 2
Sophomore Economics
American Government
Global Issues
Senior Economics
History in Cinema

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English 1, Sem. 1 & 2
English 2, Sem. 1 & 2
American Literature, Sem. 1 & 2
English Literature, Sem. 1 & 2

Business Math, Sem. 1 & 2


Art History

Earth Science, Sem. 1 & 2
Biology, Sem. 1 & 2

Geography, Sem. 1 & 2
American Government, Sem. 1 & 2
American History, Sem. 1 & 2
World History, Sem. 1 & 2
Economics, Sem. 1 & 2

The following courses require a pre-test prior to registration:

  • College Writing
  • Advanced Research and Procedures
  • Computer Skills 2
  • Computer Management and Careers
  • Web Design

The pre-tests can be found online at Log on with the user name and password of guest.

How do students register?

Only online registrations will be accepted. Counselor confirmation of registration for Summer Session courses by tuition is not required but students are advised to consult with their school counselor regarding proper course selection.

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Last updated May 31, 2005

SK Online
 3620 State St, Salem OR 97301
Telephone:  503 399-3205    Fax: 503 361-2160
Office Hours: 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Thursday

For information or assistance concerning  SK Online
contact  Laura Bowman.

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