"Credit Recovery" is course‐specific, computer-stationed, skill‐based extended learning for students who have previously been unsuccessful in mastering content or skills required to receive course credit or earn promotion. Credit recovery has a primary focus of helping students stay in school and graduate on time.
The student must have previously taken an initial, non-credit recovery section of the proposed course and received a grade of not less than 50%. Students who receive a grade of below 50% in the non-credit recovery section of the course must re-take the course. (Students must have taken the course as a traditional class and made at least 50 to be eligible for credit recovery).
If a student is seeking to recover credit for the first semester of a two-semester course, the student may not receive the full credit for the course until they have enrolled in and passed the second semester of the course and taken the end-of-course (EOC) examination.
Students have one semester in which to recover the credit they did not receive the prior semester. If a student does not complete their credit recovery course in one semester, they will be required to attend summer school. If a student does not complete their credit recovery course during summer school, they will be required to retake the class in a traditional classroom the following fall semester.
The student's parent or legal guardian must give written consent for the student to enroll in the proposed credit recovery course.
Credit recovery portal link > Plato
Credit Recovery Courses Available
Algebra I, II
English I, II, III, IV
Spanish I, II