Credit Recovery will continue during distance learning.
Students who have failed a content area class, complete the corresponding credit recovery course(s), and pass the course(s) with 60% or better will earn a credit and a “P” on their transcript.
AVHS recommends students take no more than 2 classes in a given session of Credit Recovery during winter and spring session and up to 4 in summer. Students will either earn a “P” (pass) grade or a “NG” (no grade) mark on their transcript.
What is Eagle Academy Credit Recovery?
AVHS Credit Recovery is for students currently enrolled in grades 9-12; students are able to recover credit from previously failed core content area courses: math, science, English, and social studies.
Students are expected to complete work both in and outside of the classroom in an online format. Teachers facilitate independent self-paced student learning. Three sessions of credit recovery are offered: winter, spring, and summer.
Attendance and Workload
Students should attend all sessions in person whenever possible; most students must complete work outside of these sessions in order to successfully complete the course. Students are able to access courses online and are able to communicate with their teacher via email. Students may work both in and outside of class and as a result might not need to attend ALL sessions if they work through the material quickly. Students must take the final exam in person.
Each course consists of multiple units with a short quiz at the end. Each unit and the final exam must be passed with 60% or better. Students are encouraged to take notes, use the textbook, and any materials they may have saved from their first attempt at taking the course. Each student will have the opportunity to retake a failed exam ONCE. If a student fails again they will be removed from the course and earn NC (no credit). They may take the course again in its entirety.
No eating, drinking, game playing or “surfing” will be allowed in the computer lab. Any referral for inappropriate behavior can result in removal from the course. All AVHS policies will be enforced.
Online registration opens the first week of the new trimester: December T2, March T3 or mid May T3 for summer school registration. Students can only register for classes they have failed.
The focus of AVHS Freshman Summer Academy is to provide a boost of learning to prepare students for the academic demands of 9th grade. Please consult with your student's 8th grade counselor or case manager to see if this program is a good fit for your student.
Freshman Summer Academy 2020 is not scheduled at this time.
Summer School Credit Recovery (CR) will be done through distance learning. Teachers will invite students to join the CR class in Schoology. Teachers will keep 3 office hours and provide 1 hour of asynchronous learning each of the 10 days of class. Students must complete the class in the 10 days provided.
Session 1: Math, Science and Wellness
- Week 1: June 15 - 19
- Week 2: June 22 - June 26
Session 2: English and Social Studies
- Week 1: June 29 - July 2
- Week 2: July 6 - 10, 13