For many Students, the need to recover one or two course credits is all that stands
between them and a high school diploma. With alternative options and the right support, these students can successfully learn even the most rigorous class materials and reach their goal of graduation.
Students taking courses for Credit Recovery use the same rigorous, standards-based content as students enrolled in traditional public schools.
The following are conditions for participation in the Credit Recovery Program:
Credit recovery allows students who have completed set seat time and calendar requirements to earn credit based on competency of the content standards. The students must have finished the course previously with a final average between 60 - 69%.
The student is responsible for working independently on their course - content teacher will be available during credit recovery sessions.
If a student receives any type of Special Services during the regular school day, it is understood by both the student and parent that no services will be provided in the Credit Recovery setting.
The student will be EXPECTED to work on units at home in order to complete the Credit Recovery course by the last class date. If the course is not 100% complete by the last class date, then credit will not be issued.
The student must take all tests, including Final Exams and essays under the supervision of the Credit Recovery Teacher on the last class date at school.
Enrollment in Credit recovery does NOT guarantee a passing score or recovery of the credit. A minimum score of 70% is considered passing, thus 70 or above will allow for an earned credit.
The student must have a working e-mail address in order to access the credit recovery site to obtain the course work.
The student must exit the computer lab at 4:30 pm and have transportation to be picked up at that time.
No misbehavior will be tolerated within the Credit Recovery class environment.
Be sure to check with your counselor to ensure that student is getting the proper Credit Recovery course.
Payments can be made during the Credit Recovery Class period. A deposit must be made of at least half the amount you are required to pay. Debit/Credit or cash are the only forms of payment and can be made by phone or in person.