Our Credit Recovery program allows students to enroll in ten credits they did not successfully complete during the traditional school year. Credit Recovery students have the opportunity to retake courses in the core areas of English, math, science, world languages, and history to meet A-G and high school graduation requirements. High-demand courses like Health and VAPA electives are also available to offer students more flexibility in their schedule during the traditional school year.

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Credit Recovery Program Offerings

  • A-G, NCAA-approved core and elective course options
  • EliteX High School Xcelerator
  • Weekly virtual live sessions with highly-qualified credentialed content teachers
  • Learning lab hours for ongoing academic support
  • Weekly advisory groups focused on social-emotional learning (SEL)
  • Access to academic and emotional counseling resources as needed
  • Virtual and in-person enrichment opportunities
  • Mailed enrichment boxes to extend student learning

Program Highlights

EliteX High School Xcelerator

We have partnered with, a leading provider of gamified learning solutions, to provide students with engaging and fun games that promote collaboration, communication, creativity, and leadership skills. These games provide the perfect way for students to practice and hone their skills in a supportive and interactive environment. Our credit recovery program is designed to help students achieve academic success and develop the skills they need to excel in all areas of their lives. Join us today and experience the power of personalized coaching and gamified learning!

Why students like it: 

  • Gamified learning 
  • Collaboration with peers

Why parents like it: 

  • Promotes critical thinking, communication, and leadership
  • No-cost opportunity to experience this groundbreaking program

English 9- Choose Your Own Adventure

Choose your own adventure with our specialized English 9 pathways allowing for choice and voice while developing your English language competencies and building academic confidence. Wizard’s Quest, Around the World in 36 Days, and Slam Dunks & Aces – which will you choose?

CTE-American Sign Language

American Sign Language 1A provides an introduction to American Sign Language (ASL). The course provides guidance on how to communicate with ASL across a variety of basic subjects, including greetings and introductions, information sharing, personal characteristics, family, traveling, and living spaces. The course also explores details about Deaf culture, the history of ASL, and the general rules and concepts needed for communicating effectively through sign language, including fingerspelling and signing parameters.

Algebra 1

Algebra 1A explores the application of properties to simplify expressions with exponents and radicals, relationships between rational and irrational numbers, solving linear equations and inequalities, applying knowledge of linear equations and inequalities to solve and graph systems of linear equations and inequalities, applying operations on polynomials, factoring quadratic expressions, and solving quadratic equations using different methods.

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