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Credit Recovery

South Washington County Schools Credit Recovery Program

TRI 1 - October 1st - November 21st (Monday - Thursday)

TRI 2 - January 7th - February 28th (Monday - Thursday)

TRI 3 - March 25th - May 23th (Monday - Thursday)

SUMMER - June 17th - June 28th (Monday - Friday) 

Physical Attendance is Required.


  • Meet with High School Counselor and/or Case Manager (names and numbers listed to the right)
  • Review transcript, determine courses needed for graduation, and confirm credit check
  • Confirm schedule with Counselor and teacher of course
  • Receive confirmation via email/blackboard with course schedule and other pertinent information to begin credit recovery classes.


  • Math, English, Science, and Social Studies Courses 
  • Class cancellations will follow the School District's cancellation policies in regards to weather, safety and other


  • Students are advised to recover credits immediately following the trimester of a failed credit.
  • Summer availability is not guaranteed.
  • Credit Recovery is available each trimester. Students are encouraged to enroll in courses as soon as possible at the start of the trimester- dates vary by High School location.
  • Classes begin promptly following school release and end at approximately 4:45 p.m.


  • Credits are recovered using Online curriculum delivered by teachers
  • Students will receive a unique login/password for personalized online learning account
  • Mastery test must be taken at school site with instructor
  • Letter grades are not issued for credit recovery courses– all courses are Pass/No Pass
  • Students may work on PLATO online tutorials outside of school hours
  • Upon completion of enrolled credit recovery course(s), student may register for additional courses
  • No transportation is provided


  • Attendance is required for all classes.
  • Students may be dropped for poor attendance or behavior. Students are not guaranteed access for readmission to dropped courses.
  • Students are required to be actively engaged during credit recovery courses; daily progress is monitored and critical for success.