Students that commit to full-time programming tend to have the highest course completion rates. These students are also eligible to achieve option credits. Full-time students are expected to meet weekly goals set in consultation with their teacher, are expected to follow the school timetable, and are held responsible for calling in if they are unable to attend.
In consultation with the principal, students that commit to part-time programming are expected to attend school on scheduled days. Many part-time students are employed and will commit to school in the mornings, afternoons or on their days off. Part-time students are expected to meet weekly goals set in consultation with their teacher, and are held responsible for calling in if they are unable to attend. While part-time programming offers a flexible schedule, it does not necessarily allow the students to achieve option credits.
Drop-in students work from home, but are expected to make contact with the school on a regular basis. If teacher support is required, drop-in students must phone the school to arrange for a drop-in time to ensure seats are available.
Testing is administered at Avery Outreach School.