All class offerings, courses, clubs, and extracurricular activities offered at Ardmore High School are open to all students regardless of race, creed, national origin, or sex. The student must meet the necessary prerequisites of grade level and grade point average for admittance to any given course, club, or activity.
The Ardmore Board of Education recognizes that a 12-year course of study in certain specific subject areas has proven to be beneficial in assisting students to become productive citizens and to prepare for advanced study. Therefore, it is the policy of the board of education that a minimum of 24 units of credit be earned in the subject areas listed below to be eligible for graduation. All students, in order to graduate from an Oklahoma public school, will be required to complete the “college preparatory/work ready curriculum units or sets of competencies” at the secondary level. A student will be allowed to enroll in the core curriculum in lieu of the requirements of the college preparatory/work ready curriculum upon the written approval of the parent or legal guardian of the student. Current state graduation requirements will be deemed to be the “core curriculum” option.
Take Two Academy must fulfill each of the five home school student credit requirements. The home school counselor sends the student's course requirement that meets the needs of their school.
All Take Two students comply with the State of Oklahoma testing requirements. Arrangements are made to test each student at their home school during state testing. The student's test results are registered at their home school and reported to the state at that school site.
On the completion of each course, the student records are sent and recorded on the home school transcript.