The studies revalidation process is conditioned to the final passing grade of all the subjects taken in any Academy in the elementary, junior high or high school. However, it is good to know that the Academy offers two opportunities to accredit failed subjects: ordinary and extraordinary exams. Parents and students are notified of these matters so that they take the necessary precautions to avoid these difficulties.
If this situation arises nevertheless, the Academy will orient and advise the student, but will not offer any alternatives or solutions for the accreditation of failed subjects. Those involved will have to go through the accreditation process in their selected institutions.
Once the school course is finished and accredited, the parents or guardians will receive the student’s certificate as part of the end of the year package.
We urge the families to research the revalidation possibilities of these courses ahead of time, according to the regulations of each country’s Ministry of Education. Such revalidation must be arranged in advance. It will depend on the disposition of the education ministries and the internal regulations of each institution.
Oak International offers you a curricular map of each Academy for you to start the revalidation process. Once the course is completed and accredited, the certificate will be given to the student’s parents at the end of the academic year.
For more information about the validation of studies please visit the Oak International website.
General Studies Regulation
Remember that the courses offered by each Academy are determined by the official study program of each country. Therefore, when students return to their home countries, we recommend taking brief updating courses to bring the student up to date with the curricula of each institution.
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