Error 6484


  • Short Text: Exit Type expected to be 'Maximum Age' (MA).

  • Long Text: Exit Type expected to be 'Maximum Age' (MA). Exit type was blank or a value other than 'High School Completion', 'Prior Completion Credential', or 'Death', the student completed the school term, and the student's date of birth indicates that this is the last year of FAPE eligibility. This student has reached the maximum age for services and completed the school term. Exit Type is expected to be 'Maximum Age' (MA).      


  • Business Rule Impact:

    • (Exit Type is NULL and CST = Y and (birthdate + 21 years) is between 9/1 to 8/31) OR (Exit Type present and not equal to "MA", "HSC", "PCC", "DE" and CST =true and (birthdate + 21 years) is between 9/1 to 8/31)


  • How to Fix:

    • First verify the student’s age. Students can be serviced up until the age of 21. If a student turns 21 during the current school year, you may receive this error because the student has reached the maximum age and the system is now expecting an exit date and type. You can continue to service this student until the end of the school year. The student can receive a High School Completion Credential if the student received a diploma. DPI expects a maximum age exit type value at the end of the year.


  • Example: Alma is a Special Education student with an IEP at Heart High School. District Deb notices a maximum age error on Alma’s record and looks into the matter. Deb finds that Alma just turned 21 and realizes the system thinks she is too old to be in school and that an exit date and type are needed. Deb knows Alma can still be serviced until the end of the school year. At the end of the year, Deb will enter an exit type of Max Age to clear the error.
Number: KBA-01106-J6B0Q4
Key Words: code 6484, exit type, max age, maximum age, high school completion
Modified: 10/27/2020