Attend an evening high school course by obtaining a concurrent enrollment form that is signed by a parent or guardian, as well as the home-school designee or principal. Present this form at the time of registration, and pay any applicable fees. Adults not currently enrolled must present prior transcripts.
Requirements vary by county, but students currently enrolled in regular daytime high school are typically limited by the number of credits they are allowed to earn in night school programs. Facilities providing night school often communicate with the students' home schools, providing information related to the performance, attendance and punctuality of the student.
For an adult student, a night school counselor may implement the graduating credit requirements that were in effect at the time the applicant entered the ninth grade, according to AACPS.org.