Audit Procedures


The reasons for auditing a course are to improve a student’s preparation for the next sequential course, to participate in courses to determine interest for future study, or to experiment in various areas of the high school curriculum.  Following are some general guidelines to define the term audit for Concord High School students:

  • A student auditing a course will receive no credit for the course, however, the audited course will show on the student’s transcript. The student’s work will be evaluated, but “AU” will be entered on the transcript and will not impact the student’s GPA.
  • The student may not have previously taken the course.
  • The student must also be enrolled in the minimum course load for his/her grade.
  • Auditing a course means that the student is expected to attend every class, complete all assigned work, and take all exams along with other students. Upon the advice of the teacher, excessive absences or a lack of effort on the part of the student will cause the the student to be removed from class and the course to be removed from the student’s transcript.
  • The student must decide to audit the course before the beginning of the semester or during the drop/add time.  After choosing to audit a course, a student may not later decide to change his/her mind and expect credit for the course.
  • The student must complete a form that will show approval from the teacher, the guidance counselor, a parent, and the curriculum facilitator.
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