CCS HCS SB 997, 2016 (Amended Section - as Truly Agreed)
167.223. 1. Public high schools may, in cooperation with
Missouri public [community] two-year colleges
and public or private four-year colleges and universities, offer
postsecondary course options to high school students. A postsecondary
course option allows eligible students to attend vocational or
academic classes on a college or university campus and receive
both high school and college credit upon successful completion
of the course.
2. For purposes of state aid, the pupil's resident district shall continue to count the pupil in the average daily attendance of such resident district for any time the student is attending a postsecondary course.
3. Any pupil enrolled in a [community] two-year
college under a postsecondary course option shall be considered a resident student for the purposes of calculating state aid to the [community] two-year college.
4. [Community] Two-year colleges and four-year colleges and universities may charge reasonable fees for pupils enrolled in courses under a postsecondary course option. Such fees may be paid by the district of residence or by the pupil, as determined by the agreement between the district of residence and the college or university.