BEDFORD, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – College plans appear to be in limbo for dozens of students in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District.READ MORE: Former 737 Max Chief Technical Pilot Enters Innocent Plea To Charge He Deceived The FAA
The district says three sets of International Baccalaureate exams shipped for scoring on May 9 were lost in transit.READ MORE: Arlington High School Lockdown Lifted After Student Found With Airsoft Gun
A total of 103 students from L.D. Bell High School in Hurst and Trinity High School in Euless are impacted.
The exam allows them to earn college credit – which in some cases is required for certain college programs.MORE NEWS: Students At North Texas High School Stage Walkout In Protest Of Alleged Student Sexual Assault
The district said in a statement it is in regular contact with International Baccalaureate officials to determine a solution that would allow students to receive credit for the exams as well as their diplomas.