Credit Recovery

  • English 1 for Credit Recovery

    This full credit course is provided for students who have previously taken English 1, and were not successful. Students may take one or both segments of this course. Students will develop language arts skills by reading, writing, listening, viewing, and speaking. Students will learn to use the English language to successfully express themselves.

    • Prerequisites: Students must have already taken English 1, but not earned credit
    • Two semesters
    • Worth 0.5 credits per semester.
  • English 2 for Credit Recovery

    The purpose of this course is to provide grade 2 students who have not passed English 2 an opportunity to recover the course credit. This course uses texts of high complexity, integrated language arts study in reading, writing, speaking, listening, and language for college and career preparation and readiness.

    • Prerequisites: This full credit course is provided for students who have previously taken English 2 but have not successfully passed. Students may take one or both segments to recover the credit.
    • Two semesters
    • Worth 0.5 credits per semester.
  • English 3 For Credit Recovery

    English 3 for Credit Recovery is a high school course that covers active reading and analysis of literary and informational texts of high complexity; writing for varied purposes; listening, speaking, and viewing skills; and collaboration for college and career preparation and readiness. Students are exposed to high-complexity texts on a deeper level, spending more time with that text and writing to that text.

    • Prerequisites: Students must combine a previous attempt of English 3 with a passing score in this course to receive credit for high school graduation.
    • Two semesters
    • Worth 0.5 credits per semester.
  • English 4 For Credit Recovery

    English 12 Credit Recovery covers reading literature, reading informational text, applying language skills, writing (informational, narrative, and argument), researching and presenting strategies, and speaking and listening skills. Students will be exposed to literature on a deeper level, spending more time with one text and writing to that text.

    • Prerequisites: Students must have already taken English 4, but not earned credit
    • Two semesters
    • Worth 0.5 credits per semester.
  • Algebra 1 For Credit Recovery

    Algebra I is the foundation—the skills acquired in this course contain the basic knowledge needed for all future high school math courses. The material covered in this course is important, but everyone can do it. Anyone can have a good time solving the hundreds of real-world problems algebra can help answer. Each module in this course is presented in a step-by-step way right on the computer screen. Hands-on labs make the numbers, graphs, and equations more real. The content in this course is tied to real-world applications like sports, travel, business, and health. This course is designed to give students the skills and strategies to solve all kinds of mathematical problems. Students will also acquire the confidence needed to handle everything high school math has in store for them.

    • Prerequisites: Student has previously completed Algebra I without achieving a passing grade.
    • Two semesters
    • Worth 0.5 credits per semester.
  • Biology For Credit Recovery

    This Biology course is designed to give students a fundamental look at the characteristics of living organisms and their environment. Students will be introduced to the structure, function, diversity and evolution of living matter. The course provides scientific inquiry and discovery by incorporating hands on labs and a variety of web-based activities that engage the student in their study of the biological life that surrounds us all.

    • Prerequisites: Previous attempt at Biology without successful completion
    • Two semesters
    • Worth 0.5 credits per semester.
  • Chemistry For Credit Recovery

    This course is designed for credit recovery for Chemistry . Chemistry is the study of the composition and structure of materials and the changes they undergo. This 1.0 credit course is broken into two 0.5 credit segments which may be taken separately to meet the needs of the student. The Chemistry for Credit Recovery course provides an opportunity for students to strengthen their skills through a series of seven modules, each of which offers vocabulary support, interactive practice, and virtual laboratory experiences.

    • Prerequisites: Student has previously completed chemistry without achieving a passing grade
    • Two semesters
    • Worth 0.5 credits per semester.
  • Algebra 2 For Credit Recovery

    This course allows students to learn while having fun. Interactive examples help guide students’ journeys through customized feedback and praise. Mathematical concepts are applied to everyday occurrences such as earthquakes, stadium seating, and purchasing movie tickets. Students investigate the effects of an equation on its graph through the use of technology. Students have opportunities to work with their peers on specific lessons

    • Prerequisites: Student has previously completed Algebra II without achieving a passing grade.
    • Two semesters
    • Worth 0.5 credits per semester.
  • Geometry For Credit Recovery

    Geometry is everywhere, not just in pyramids. Engineers use geometry to build highways and bridges. Artists use geometry to create perspective in their paintings, and mapmakers help travelers find things using the points located on a geometric grid. Throughout this course, students travel a mathematical highway illuminated by spatial relationships, reasoning, connections, and problem solving.

    • Prerequisites: Student has previously completed Geometry without achieving a passing grade.
    • Two semesters
    • Worth 0.5 credits per semester.
  • World History For Credit Recovery

    Join modern time travelers Ali and Soo-jin as they journey through World History and help students discover how world events and eras are connected. In Segment 1, students will learn how the Roman Empire developed in two very distinct directions. Next, students will discover the great intellectual and cultural contributions of the Islamic Empires. They will journey through the Middle Ages of Europe and Japan to learn how knights and samurais lived. While investigating the rise and fall of some of the great kingdoms of the Americas and Africa and then travel back to the Europe of the Renaissance and Reformation era. Segment 2 begins with a bang as students learn about advancements in science and thought during the Age of Enlightenment, as well as the social and political revolutions that followed as a result. As students meander through the 19th century, they will learn about the transformation from an agricultural to an industrial world and the many changes that resulted from that shift. Students will then learn about the interconnectedness of nationalism and colonialism and the two massive world wars that were the end result. As students approach the finish line, they will learn about development in our modern world and the implications that historical events have on us today.

    • Prerequisites: Student has previously completed World History without achieving a passing grade.
    • Two semesters
    • Worth 0.5 credits per semester.
  • US History For Credit Recovery

    This is a survey course of United States history focusing on the period from the Civil War through the present. The United States began as an experiment in freedom and democracy. Since its establishment, the country and its people have endured social, political and economic revolutions. In this course, students will investigate the people, events and ideas that have shaped the United States. Students are asked to analyze and evaluate decisions made by political, business, and military leaders. Emphasis is placed on connections between events of the past and present.

    • Prerequisites: unsuccessful attempt at U.S. History
    • Two semesters
    • Worth 0.5 credits per semester.
  • Government For Credit Recovery

    Responsible citizenship, including civil and political participation is essential to maintain a representative government that truly represents the people of the United States. In this course, students learn about the structure of government and how it shares power at the local, state and federal levels. This course also explores founding principles that inspired the Constitution and Bill of Rights, preserving the freedoms that students experience daily. Students will examine the processes of each branch of government, the election process, and how citizens can impact public policy. The media, interest groups and, influential citizens provide examples of how the government can be effected by informed and active participants. Students will examine the U.S. Court system, and become a part of the process by participating in the judicial decision making process. They will also discover ways the United States interacts with countries around the world, through domestic policy, foreign policy and human rights policy.

    • Prerequisites: Unsuccessful attempt to earn credit in US Government
    • One semester
    • Worth 0.5 credits per semester.
  • Economics with Financial Literacy for Credit Recovery

    Economic decisions affect us every day of our lives. Understanding economics means thinking about how scarcity, or limited resources, requires us to make choices and evaluate one option against others. In this course, students will recognize examples of economics in your daily life. Students will see how the economic choices of larger groups, like businesses and governments, affect students and others. As students progress through the course, students will recognize that the costs and benefits of choices connect individuals and groups around the world. The purpose of this course is to help students become a smart consumer who understands the flow of an economy between individuals, businesses, governments, and the rest of the world.

    • Prerequisites: Unsuccessful attempt to earn credit in Economics with financial literacy
    • One semester
    • Worth 0.5 credits per semester.