Carroll High School - Grade Repair & Credit Recovery Program
Students wishing to apply for the Grade Recovery or Credit Recovery programs must complete the registration form below.
General Program Information
Program Types
GRADE REPAIR
Designated for students who are currently taking a course, but who have failed one or more grading periods during the current school year.

CREDIT RECOVERY
Designated for students who have lost one-half to one full credit for courses taken prior to the current school year.

Program Qualification Criteria
In order to be eligible to participate in the Grade Repair or Credit Recovery programs, the following criteria must be met:
1. Students MUST be actively enrolled at Carroll High School throughout the duration of the
course that is assigned.
2. Students MAY apply for either the Grade Repair or Credit Recovery program, but cannot
enroll in both programs concurrently.
3. Students are NOT allowed to enroll in Credit Recovery for STAAR courses for which the
student has not Met Standard on the End-of-Course test.
4. Students are NOT allowed to enroll in the Grade Recovery program more than THREE TIMES
per school year for any full-year course (TWICE for any half-year course).
Program Expectations
ATTENDANCE
Students that opt to complete the Grade Repair or Credit Recovery courses in the Credit Recovery Lab on campus before, during, or after school must maintain a 90% attendance rate (I.e., student can miss once for every 10 days assigned).

COURSE COMPLETION
Grade Recovery courses must be completed WITHIN SIX WEEKS from when the course is assigned.
Credit Recovery courses must be completed BY THE END OF THE SEMESTER for each half credit which the course is assigned.

BEHAVIOR
Students WILL:
1. Be Responsible, Respectful, and Honest.
2. Maintain the highest standards of academic honesty in the completion of all course work.
3. Take deliberate care with all school property, including school computers, software, and
other instructional materials required for completion of the assigned course.
4. Work to peacefully resolve conflicts with one another rather than engage in any act of
violence.

Progress Reporting
As Grade Repair and Credit Recovery courses can be taken outside of the regular school day and have a modified timeline, progress reporting is done separately from a student's regularly-scheduled courses. Parents should expect to receive a separate "progress report" each week (via email), but are able to login to the Edgenuity program at any time to check their student's progress.
GPA/Rank Implications
GRADE REPAIR
Students that successfully complete a repaired course will have the failing grade replaced with a 70. This new grade will show up on the student's report card at the following reporting period after completion of the course. (I.e., a course completed during the 3rd MP will show up on the 4th reporting period report card). As these courses are taken while the student is actively enrolled in the course, final grades in a course will be impacted and therefore will also impact class ranking. Weighted courses cannot be taken for grade recovery - students who are struggling in such a course should investigate moving to a lower level course first in order to remediate their grades.

CREDIT RECOVERY
Students that successfully complete a recovered course will receive a 70 for the course, and this grade will be recorded on the student's official transcript. As the course was repeated, the recovery grade earned will be calculated into the student's overall GPA but WILL NOT be counted for ranking purposes. Weighted courses cannot be taken for credit recovery - students will have to enroll in the standard course to earn graduation credit.

UIL Eligibility
Eligibility to participate in UIL-sponsored events is not affected by participation in Grade Recovery or Credit Recovery programs. Students are still expected to meet attendance and grade requirements in all regularly-scheduled courses in order to regain lost eligibility, and cannot lose eligibility due to failing a Grade Recovery or Credit Recovery course.
Curriculum Assignment & Testing
GRADE REPAIR
Once a student applies for remediation through the Grade Repair program, the teacher of record is notified and then completes a Curriculum Assignment form to indicate which topics for the requested grading period need to be completed. Curriculum Assignments are based on a student's mastery of the content. Students are NOT ALLOWED to pre-test in order to "skip" any portion of the content. Students are allowed to complete the assigned curriculum at school or at home, but MUST TEST AT SCHOOL.

CREDIT RECOVERY
Once a student applies for remediation through the credit recovery program, he/she is REQUIRED to complete a PRESCRIPTIVE TEST for each semester that credit needs to be recovered. Based on the results of that test, a customized curriculum is assigned by the computer program based on mastery of each topic. Students are allowed to complete the assigned curriculum at school or at home, but MUST TEST AT SCHOOL.

Student Assurances
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