Studentís Name_____________________________________________________ Date of Birth___________________

Studentís High School Name________________________________________________________________________

Studentís School System Name _____________________________________________________________________

Anticipated Graduation Date__________________________________________ Current Grade Level_____________

Move On When Ready Student Participation Agreement FY 2018

The Move On When Ready (MOWR) program provides opportunities for eligible students in grades 9-12 to enroll part- or full-time in postsecondary institutions and take college courses to earn both high school and college credit.

Note: Copies of this completed form should be provided to the students, parents/guardians, and respective postsecondary institution(s).

Note: This completed form should not be forwarded to the Georgia Department of Education or the Georgia Student Finance Commission.

I. Move On When Ready (MOWR) Requirements (Reviewed and initialed by Parents/Guardians)


______††† ††††††††† The studentís Individual Graduation Plan has been updated to reflect the plan of study through the MOWR program.


______††† ††††††††† The eligible MOWR student must contact the high school counselor for approval before any course/schedule changes can be made during the semester/quarter. All MOWR courses and the course grade will become part of the studentís high school permanent transcript.


______††††††††††††† The student and parent(s) or guardian(s) acknowledges that should a participating MOWR student choose to withdraw from a college course, the high school will make its best attempt to place that student in a corresponding high school course or credit recovery opportunity to meet course completion and graduation requirements. If no corresponding course or credit recovery opportunity is possible, the local district shall determine how the course will be recorded as a withdrawal or incomplete on the studentís school record.


______††† ††††††††† MOWR expectations and responsibilities have been shared by the school counselor and all student and the parent/guardian questions/concerns have been discussed.


______††††††††††† ††The parent/guardian acknowledges that the U.S. Department of Education requires that all post-secondary institutions provide training on sexual assault awareness and prevention under the Violence Against Women Act. This mandatory training information will be provided by post-secondary institutions at no cost and could include MOWR students.


______††††††††††† **A student participating in the Senate Bill 2 Option must complete all state-required coursework and any state-required assessments associated with these courses per the GADOE assessment guidelines/requirement; whether courses are taken at the high school or through MOWR.


I, _______________________________________________, hereby grant permission for the college/university to release information††††††††††††††††††††† †††††††††††(Student Name Ė Please Print)†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† ††††††††††††††††††††††††††††

of my enrollment and grades, including class schedules and transcripts, to my high school counselor or principal, for the purpose of verifying my high school graduation requirements. This release will remain in effect throughout my enrollment as a Move on When Ready student. **Senate Bill 2 early graduation course and program requirements will be explained by the high school counselor during the advisement session.


II. Move On When Ready Semester/Quarter of Participation: This document is required each semester/quarter


TERM: ________________________________††††††††††††††††††††††† YEAR: _____________________________


I have applied or plan to apply as a MOWR student to the following College/Postsecondary Institution(s): ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

III. High School Courses for Credit Through MOWR-- Final Schedule Will Be Based On College Availability


Check Below

_____Part Time MOWR Student (Combination of MOWR + High School course(s) to equal full high school schedule)††††††††††††††††††††††††


_____Full Time MOWR Student (MOWR Courses-Minimum of 12+ Hours with at least 4+Postsecondary Courses)


High School Course Number and Name


Corresponding College Course on MOWR Course Directory














IV. Students Pursuing Senate Bill 2 Option

††† Check Below

____Associateís Degree

____Technical College Diploma

____Two (2) Technical College Certificates (TCCs)


Program Study/Major__________________________________________________

V. Move On When Ready Participation Signatures


Student Name Printed_______________________________________________________________________Date___________________________

Student Signature_________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Student Phone Number________________________Student Email_________________________________________________________________

Parent/Guardian Name Printed________________________________________________________________Date___________________________

Parent/Guardian Signature__________________________________________________________________________________________________

Parent Phone Number_________________________Parent Email__________________________________________________________________


School Counselor Name Printed_______________________________________________________________Date__________________________

School Counselor Signature_________________________________________________________________________________________________

Phone Number____________________________________ Email___________________________________________________________________

VI. General Information

1.     MOWR classes attended on the college campus follow the college calendar and MOWR classes attended on the high school campus during their scheduled school day follow the high school calendar.

2.     Students participating in MOWR college courses should do so with the knowledge that the course work may be more rigorous and challenging than high school courses. Students are held to a higher degree of independent responsibility and accountability than in regular high school classes.