Houston High School 2019 Summer School Credit Recovery

Houston High School 2019 Summer School Credit Recovery


Registration:   Thursday, May 30 from 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM at HHS

*Limited seats are available; students will be registered on a first-come, first-served basis.

HHS Summer School is only open to students currently enrolled at HHS.


Session Days & Times

Monday – Thursday, June 3 – June 27

Morning:  7:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Afternoon:  11:30 AM – 3:00 PM


Tuition – Summer School Credit Recovery   

1) Courses for one (1) unit of credit:  $300

            2) Courses for one-half (.5) unit of credit:  $150


Tuition must be paid in full at registration.  No tuition will be refunded after the first day of classes. 

Cash, personal check, money order, or cashier’s check made payable to Houston High School will be accepted.


Students attending summer school at HHS will be able to consult a facilitator in the room each day with questions related to using PLATO, and will be able to ask for content-related assistance on tutorials to a teacher of record in English, math, science, social studies, and foreign language as needed.


According to state and district policy, credit recovery is for students who have previously taken an initial, non-credit recovery section of the course and received a grade of at least fifty percent (50%) for the year. Students who receive a grade below fifty percent (50%) for the year in the non-credit recovery section of the course must re-take the course.


Failure of classes could keep a student from being promoted to the next grade level and/or graduating on time.

The credits needed to be classified at each grade level include:

Less than five (5) credits .......... 9th Grade                            5 credits & passed Eng. 9 ....... 10th Grade

11 credits & passed Eng. 10 ............ 11th Grade                   16 credits & passed Eng. 11 ............ 12th Grade


Students will not be able to use Credit Recovery to accelerate classes and/or graduate early.  The Credit Recovery Grade will be averaged in with the student’s GPA.  It will NOT replace a grade previously earned for the weighted and unweighted GPA, but it will replace the grade for the HOPE Scholarship GPA.  A grade of 70 will be entered on the student’s transcript upon successful complete of the course.

Please note:  Not all postsecondary institutions will accept credit recovery courses for credit and that the NCAA Clearinghouse will not accept credit recovery courses for credit.


HHS Teachers will be reaching out with more specific information for students in danger of failing for the year.

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