Credit recovery programs aim to help more high school students graduate by giving those who have fallen behind the chance to "recover" credits. Credit recovery refers to a student passing, and receiving credit for, a course that the student previously attempted but was unsuccessful in earning academic credit towards graduation. The student can then "recover" the credit by satisfying requirements for the course in which they were unsuccessful, and can focus on earning credit based on competency of the content standards for that particular course.Credit recovery courses are designed for high school students who are credit deficient or not on track to graduate. Visit your assigned high school's credit recovery page to learn more.
Credit Recovery Options
Please keep in mind that prior to choosing any program, you will want to touch base with your assigned school counselor to see if the successful completion of any class(es) you choose will earn credit on your high school transcript and help fulfill the appropriate credits required for graduation.While these programs are not endorsed by D49, this is a list of credit recovery options with links to class availability and cost:
Summer School Options for Credit Recovery as of May 2020:
$116 and up per course - cost will vary depending on the course and the delivery format. (Note: Keystone School is a partner with K12.com)
$165 per course for summer session
$30-35 per month with access to up to 4 classes.
$275 - $450 per class, depending on the number of weeks for the class
Approx $360 per class, depending on the class
$199 per summer standard course
K12 Online Credit Recovery
Acellus Academy Learning
Citizens High School
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