Friday, June 16, 2017

Santa Rosa City Schools: Summer-school credit recovery

The school-year has ended but summer finds me assisting in a classroom for high-school credit recovery through Santa Rosa City Schools (SRCS).

This vital program helps students who need to make up failed courses to get back on-track for graduation, who plan to attend a four-year college right after high school and need to improve a D grade, and students from the class of 2017 who need 5 to 10 credits to earn their diploma.

SRCS noted that demand was high this year for summer-school credit recovery classes, and not every student who submitted an application was able to get in.

Students who did not get into summer school may come to the summer-school office at Piner High School, 8 a.m. Tuesday, July 11, 2017, to see if there is room in the class needed.

Available classes will enroll students on a first-come, first-served basis. Watch SRCS’ “Space Available Enrollment” page for up-to-date information.

Students may also add themselves to the on-call list for “Cyber High,” which has rolling enrollment (Completing the form does not guarantee that the applicant will receive a spot).

Cyber High students need to be on-campus daily, but they can also work from home online to complete their credits faster.

When a Cyber High student completes the credits they need, they do not need to continue attending summer school. Please note that freshmen are not allowed to take Cyber High classes during the summer.

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