Individualized Pupil Learning Opportunities
The Freehold Regional High School District recognizes that learning can and should follow many paths, some of which travel outside of the traditional classroom.
Successful completion of such alternative experiences can result in credit with a grade of "S" on our transcript and/or advancement to a higher level course. All experiences must begin with an application here, which allows us to ensure that the proposal meets or exceeds New Jersey and district requirements.
We applaud your child's initiative in pursuing this experience, and appreciate your cooperation with the application process and its deadlines. We must examine and make determinations about all outside schools, organizations, and coaches; several days or weeks may pass before we are able to render a decision on the application. We regret that we are unable to recognize any experience that a student has begun without an approved application.Learn more about our options below. Click on the appropriate link to begin your application.IPLOs:If you are interested in credit and/or advancement in any subject (except Physical Education), click here to learn more and to apply.
If you are interested in Physical Education credit, you must pursue an "Option II" program. Before applying for an Option II program, you must first determine the type of experience that you propose to replace your gym class. We offer three types of Option II programs.All applications for Option II programs are due by August 4, 2017. No late applications or appeals will be accepted.
PATH A:For 10th through 12th graders: your child is engaged in 2 or more JV/Varsity sports in the school, or two seasons of cheerleading in the school. Prior participation on the same two teams is required. Click here to learn more and apply.
For 10th through 12th graders: your child is engaged in 1 JV or Varsity sport in the school, and off-season training/competition (150 minutes/week) in the same sport with an outside organization or coach. Or, your child is engaged in 1 season of cheerleading with the school, and off-season training/competition (150 minutes/week) in cheerleading with an outside organization or coach. Prior participation in the same sport is required. Click here to learn more and to apply.
For 9th through 12th graders: your child is engaged in continuous high-level training, practice, performance, and/or competition in an athletic or physical activity for at least 150 minutes per week with an outside organization or coach. Click here to learn more and to apply.