Virtual Credit Recovery: Grades 7-12
Virtual Credit Recovery is an opportunity for students to recover one high-school course credit and receive a grade.
Over three weeks, students will:
- Take part in daily synchronous learning sessions with their teacher.
- Complete daily online learning modules at their own pace (asynchronous).
Teachers will have office hours at set times and by appointment for students to ask questions. Schools will provide this information to the students.
- Students are eligible to enroll in Virtual Credit Recovery for one course they received a grade of F in before.
- Students may not take a course for new credit.
- Students who have passed Algebra 1 may take the Virtual Credit Recovery course to improve their understanding and skills before the next school year.
- Only students in credit recovery courses receive grade.
- No additional course credit will be awarded.
Parents or guardians should work with their student’s counselor.
Middle school students can retake Algebra 1 over the summer. Rising 7th or 8th grade students can expunge one of the passing Algebra 1 course grades. This must happen before the end of the first quarter of the 20-21 school year.
Rising 9th grade students
- The Algebra 1 course and grade that was taken during the 19-20 traditional school year can be expunged before the end of the 1st quarter.
- High-school credit-bearing course work taken by rising 9th grade students during the summer may not be expunged (Regulation 2408).
Class Dates: July 6 – 24, 2020
Synchronous Times: To be determined by the teacher.
Registration: Students register through their local school
Counselors will reach out to students who need to recover a credit. Students will be registered by their school to participate in a Virtual Credit Recovery course.
- FCPS Students: No Tuition
- Out-of-County Students: Not eligible
- Only students completing a course to recover credit will earn a grade.
- Grades will be calculated according to guidelines outlined in FCPS High School Grading and Reporting to Parents.
- Grade point average (GPA) is calculated on the basis of all courses for which credit has been earned or attempted, including repeated courses previously passed.
- Withdrawing from a course:
- Students who withdraw from July 6 - July 9 may do so without a grade penalty.
- Students who withdraw from July 10 - July 21 will receive a mark of withdrawn failing (WF) or withdrawn passing (WP).
- Students who withdraw after July 21 will receive a mark of withdrawn pass (WP) or fail (F).
SOL and WorkKeys Testing Requirement
- SOL tests will not be administered during the summer.
- In the fall, contact your student’s local school for additional information about testing requirements.