Special, Unavoidable Circumstance Appeals
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Special, Unavoidable Circumstance Appeals

Students in their senior year who have been unable to demonstrate their skills and knowledge on the High School Proficency Exam (HSPE) or another assessment because of special, unavoidable circumstances may appeal to a High School Certificate Review Board.

The definition of a “special, unavoidable circumstance,” the process for filing an appeal, and the criteria for granting an appeal, are included in the

Special, Unavoidable Circumstance Appeal Guidelines (PDF) defines a “special, unavoidable circumstance,” and explains the process for filing an appeal and the criteria for granting an appeal.

Special, Unavoidable Circumstance Appeal Form (PDF) for school use. 

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