Student Credit Recovery Program

Credit Recovery is now available in Floyd County Schools.  Credit Recovery is not a course to help students to improve their credit rating but rather a way for students to stay on track for graduation. Credit Recovery is a new program that will enable students, who have missed passing a class by just a few points, the opportunity to recover the credit for the class.  Credit Recovery opportunities will be offered each Intersession period in Floyd County Schools.

Credit Recovery is for a student who received a final grade of 60 - 69 in a core high school course at a Floyd County high school during the previous semester.  Core classes include: math, science, language arts and social studies.  Students may attempt to recover credit for up to two courses during an Intersession.  The cost for Credit Recovery is $50.00 per course.  Credit Recovery opportunities will be available at each Floyd County high school. 

To successfully achieve credit recovery for a course, a student must complete the Credit Recovery assignment as determined by the assigning teacher and satisfy any time-for-time or attendance requirements.  Students signed-up for Credit Recovery must be present the first day of Intersession and on time.  The student must attend each day for the entire school day during the Intersession period unless the Credit Recovery assignment is completed ahead of schedule.  Students taking one course must complete the Credit Recovery assignment by the end of the Intersession period.  A student attempting to regain credit for two courses during an Intersession will be allowed to complete assigned work for one of the courses during the next Intersession if the student is unable to complete the assignments for both courses during the first Intersession period. 

Credit Recovery is designed to help students to remain on track to graduate on time.  Failure to graduate on time has been identified as a contributing factor in many young people leaving school before graduation.  Therefore, Credit Recovery has been added to help lower the number of students failing to complete their high school education.  The program also will save time and money for students when compared to making up course work in the summer or in the Floyd County Schools after school SPICE (Self Paced Interactive Curriculum Education) Program.  Please check the Credit Recovery participation guidelines and requirements.

Credit Recovery Participation Guidelines/Requirements

  • Students must receive a final grade of 60 - 69 for the course 
  • Students must pay $50 per course 
  • students may register for no more than two courses 
  • Registration is December 18 & 19. The deadline will not be extended and all fees must be paid by the deadline
  • Registration fees are non-refundable except for the reasons outlined below
  • Students must be present the last week of school and score well enough on the final exam to maintain a 60 - 69 average 
  • Students who are awaiting EOCT and/or final exam results must register if results are not available by the 19th
  • If a student's average drops below 60 as a result of his/her performance on the final exam, the student's money will be refunded on the first day of intersession since he/she will not be able to participate and earn credit 
  • If a student's average is raised to passing (70+) as a result of his/her performance on the final exam, the student's money will be refunded on the first day of intersession as he/she will have received credit for the class 
  • Successfully complete the credit recovery teacher assignment as determined by the assigning teacher and satisfy time-for-time requirement (attendance)
  • Students taking one course must complete the credit recovery teacher assignment by the end of the winter intersession 
  • Students who register for two courses and are unable to complete the coursework during the winter intersession must complete the assignment no later than the end of spring intersession 
  • Students may not use credit recovery as both credit recovery and time-for-time. Time-for-Time is separate and will cost an additional $15 per 90 minute block the student misses above and beyond five. 
  • Time-for-time may begin after credit recovery packets have been submitted. That may be during the winter intersession or it can be during spring intersession. 
  • Students signed up for CR must be present the first day and on time with plans to stay 8:00 - 3:00 and for the full 4 days unless the CR packet is completed ahead of schedule. 
  • Students who are scheduled to attend GHSGT Remediation will be allowed to participate in the credit recovery program but will be required to attend GHSGT Remediation during any additional time after the CR Packet is completed and submitted.