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.
Our school year credit recovery sessions are designed for high school students who are credit deficient, or not on track to graduate. Visit your high school's credit recovery page to learn more about its program, and find ways to register for it.
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