Frequently Asked Questions
A 2 month extension can be purchased for $40 per course. The opportunity to extend a course beyond the original expiration date is only available two times per course for a total of 4 months. It is your responsibility to contact Blueprint Education before the expiration date if you choose to purchase an extension. The 2 month extension period is based on the existing expiration date, NOT the date of purchase. If the course is not complete after two extensions have been purchased, the course will be dropped or it must be repurchased for the full price.
All of our courses are self paced. Students are free (and even encouraged) to move through the courses as fast as they can without compromising the quality of their work. For slower moving students, keep in mind that there is an expiration date of 6 months from the time of enrollment that will be enforced.
Most of our courses consist of 15 lessons composed of various assignments and quizzes. The best formula to use when calculating how long it will take to complete a course is to determine how long it will take to complete one lesson and multiply that amount of time by 15. Typically, if a student works 5 days per week on a single course and completes one lesson per day, they can finish one course in approximately 3 weeks.
Instructor grade assignments within 48 hours. If you see that an assignment has not been graded, send your instructor a polite email letting them know.
Students are always required to cite their sources, even when asked to do research online. When a student copies and pastes work directly from another source or fails to cite their source, they are issued an Honor Code Violation.
The Honor Code Policy is as follows:
1st offense– Access will be suspended until a Student Services Representative has spoken with a parent. The student must resubmit the assignment with the opportunity to earn full credit.
2nd offense– Access will be suspended, and the director must speak with a parent. The student must resubmit the assignment with the opportunity to earn half credit.
3rd offense– Any student receiving a 3rd Honor Code Violation will receive a failing grade in that course.
To ensure communication is open, the student will be blocked from their class until we receive a call or email response from a parent/guardian.