Except as otherwise provided in subparagraph (ii) of this paragraph, all students shall have earned the equivalent of two units of credit in in accordance with the requirements set forth in section 135.4(c)(2)(ii) of this Title. Such units of credit shall not count towards the required units of credit set forth in paragraphs (1) and (2) of this subdivision for those students who enter grade nine before the 2001-2002 school year. Beginning with the 2001-2002 school year and thereafter, such units of credit in physical education shall count toward the required total. A student who has completed the diploma requirements as set forth in paragraphs (1) and (2) of this subdivision in fewer than eight semesters, and who is otherwise eligible to receive a diploma, shall not be required to continue enrollment in high school for the sole purpose of completing the physical education requirements as set forth in this paragraph. Any student who has completed eight semesters in a registered New York State high school or a high school outside the registered New York state high school awarding the credits, and who has accumulated the required units of credit in physical education to meet the diploma requirements, shall not be required to continue enrollment in physical education courses for any additional semesters.
(ii) Students who enter a registered New York State high school and have completed one or more semesters in a high school outside New York State shall be exempt from the required two units of credit requirement in physical education for a diploma. Instead, such students shall be required to enroll in physical education courses every semester they are in a registered New York State high school, and shall earn ¼ unit of credit in physical education for each semester completed in a registered New York State high school to meet the diploma requirements.
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