Students enrolled in high school who need to earn a credit to stay on track to graduate or improve a grade of D or F to raise their grade point average may register to be a co-enrolled student with written permission from their high school guidance counselor. Students have access to both an online curriculum and a certified teacher to help explain and guide them through the course. Class attendance is required for tests and teachers are available at regularly scheduled times after school Monday-Thursday at Chiles, Godby, Leon, Lincoln, Rickards and our main campus.
Our classes are free and students can enroll in one recovery class at a time throughout the school year and during the summer term.
To get started in one of our high school credit recovery classes, high school students and/or their parents, should contact their high school guidance counselor. Students are encouraged to co-enroll as soon as they know their grade. This enables them to stay on track and not get behind.