I am an aspiring mathematics student at a public high school in Midland, Michigan.
I have studied over the summer 8 AP courses, and filled out a variety of paperwork in advance to test out of these AP courses.
The Michigan Merit Curriculum Law has a section referring to schools allowing students to test out, and requiring it.
After reading it, I had the impression that I could graduate with the credits gained from the test-out.
Today, I had a meeting with the principal, and I was told that there did not exist tests for skipping the courses I filled out paperwork for, and even if there were, I would never be allowed to graduate early.
Is this legal, and in compliance with the Michigan Merit Curriculum Law?