Credit Recovery Programs and Courses
Help your high schooler get back on track with an online credit recovery school program.
Designed for students who didn't pass a subject the first time, Stride K12's online credit recovery courses use new approaches to teach unlearned concepts, letting students move past material they've already mastered.
Offered throughout the year, the credit recovery program gives students the flexibility to fit courses in when it best suits their schedule.
Credit Recovery Courses
Explore credit recovery program courses for English, math, science, history, and electives. While course availability varies by school and is subject to change, here's a sampling of possible offerings.
- English 9
- English 10
- American Literature
- British and World Literature
- Algebra I
- Integrated Mathematics I
- Integrated Mathematics II
- Algebra II
- Integrated Mathematics III
- Physical Science
- Earth Science
- World History
- Modern World Studies
- U.S. History
- Modern U.S. History
- U.S. Government and Politics*
- US and Global Economics*
- Spanish I
- Physical Education*
How does the credit recovery program work?
Credit recovery courses can be started at any time and completed from anywhere. Families and schools work together on a credit recovery solution for students who were previously enrolled in a course but did not achieve a passing grade. Credit recovery school courses provide coursework that students can complete independently. Credit is earned and awarded at the discretion of your individual school.
Tuition-Based Credit Recovery Summer School Program
If summer is the best time for your student to catch up, check out our online summer school program. Summer school versions of the credit recovery program offer affordable options that are typically 4 weeks for one-semester courses and 8 weeks for two-semester courses.
How do I get started?
Contact your school for details or call 866.529.0167
to speak with an enrollment consultant about credit recovery programs and tuition-based summer school offerings.