Credit Recovery Classes

Credit Recovery is an opportunity for students to recover two high-school course credits. Students may take one course per session. Students should contact their school’s summer program administrator for additional information. Students are eligible to enroll in a credit recovery course if they receive a grade of NM at the end of the school year. Credit Recovery is only for students who failed a course. New Course options are detailed on page 2. This is free of cost and transportation is provided to students that need it. Since the sessions are only three weeks long, it is essential that students are available for the entirety of the session.  Information for all summer learning opportunities can be found here: https://www.fcps.edu/academics/summer-learning

 

Credit Recovery Session #1 June 28-July 16 (No class July 5th) Courses:

  • Algebra 1  
  • Algebra 1 SOL (for students that passed the Algebra 1 course, but not the Algebra 1 SOL)  
  • Algebra 2  
  • Algebraic Functions & Data Analysis (AFDA)  
  • Biology SOL (for students that passed the biology course, but  not the biology SOL)  
  • English 9  
  • English 11  
  • Geometry  
  • Geosystems  
  • US/VA Government  
  • World History/Geography 1  
  • Writing Work Keys (for students that need writing work keys for verified credit)

 

Credit Recovery Session #2: July 21 – August 6 (Potential exception July 20)

  • Algebra 1  
  • Algebra 2  
  • Biology   
  • Chemistry  
  • Economics and Personal Finance  
  • English 10  
  • English 11  
  • English 12  
  • Geometry  
  • Geometry SOL (for students that passed the geometry course, but  not the geometry SOL)  
  • Geosystems  
  • HPE 10  
  • US/VA History  
  • World History/Geography 2  
  • Reading Work Keys (for students that need reading work keys for verified credit)

 

New Courses for Credit

Students who meet the course prerequisites can take one online course. Students who have completed a high school math course may take an online campus math class. Middle school students who expunged a high school math or Spanish course or those wanting to recover a course credit may take the course again. Information is linked here: Online Campus.