How do Credit Recovery courses work?

  • Students take a pretest at the beginning of each unit. If that score is 70% or higher, the student can click each lesson and view material they need to review and then proceed to the post-test.  They must click each lesson and submit any quizzes before the post-test is available.
  • If the pretest score is less than 70%, the student must view every content item in the unit. They should carefully review each lesson.  When all items have been completed, the post test will be available to the student.
  • In order to move out of one unit into the next, the student must score a 70% or higher on the unit post test.
  • Only unit post tests/final exams/EOC assessments are recorded in the final grade. ELA Courses also have one or two required essays which contribute to the final grade.  Students must complete the entire course and the final exam or EOC to receive credit for the course.