SUMMER SCHOOL – CREDIT RECOVERY


DISTRICTS ACCEPTING SCOL SUMMER SCHOOL CREDITS

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  • Mahanoy Area Middle School
  • Mahanoy Area High School
  • Minersville Area Jr-Sr High School
  • North Schuylkill Elementary
  • North Schuylkill Jr-Sr High School
  • Pine Grove Area Middle School
  • Pine Grove Area High School
  • Pottsville Area DHH Lengel Middle School
  • Pottsville Area High School
  • St. Clair Area Elementary/Middle School
  • Shenandoah Valley Elementary School
  • Shenandoah Valley Jr-Sr High School
  • Tamaqua Area Middle School
  • Tamaqua Area High School
  • Tri-Valley Jr-Sr High School
  • Williams Valley Elementary
  • Williams Valley High School

If your school is not listed, and you are interested in participating in the SCOL Summer School program, contact Vince Hoover at info@iu29.org or 570-544-9131 x1229.

>> Download a 2016 Summer School flyer.

REGISTRATION/ORIENTATION

Registration will open June 1, 2017.

Watch our Orientation Video (below) or download a printable pdf.

SCHEDULE

Credit Recovery courses run June 19, 2017 – August 14, 2017. 

Registration opens June 1, 2017. 

Final grades will be sent to students and districts upon course completion.
No extensions will be granted for any reason.
All courses are non-refundable.

CREDIT RECOVERY COURSES

Course descriptions can be found here: >> Download the Edgenuity course guide.

HIGH SCHOOL

Algebra 1
Algebra 2
American Government (same as US Government)
American History (same as US History)
American History Part 1 (Grades 9-10)
American History Part 2 (Grades 11-12)
Biology
Chemistry
Earth Science
Economics
English 9
English 10
English 11 (American Literature)
English 12 (British Literature)
Environmental Science
Financial Math
Geography
Geometry
Health
Physics
Physical Education
Physical Science
Psychology
Pre-Calculus
Spanish 1
Trigonometry
World History Part 1 (Grades 9-10)
World History Part 2 (Grades 11-12)

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Language Arts 6
Language Arts 7
Language Arts 8
Math 6
Math 7
Pre-Algebra
Earth Science
Life Science
Physical Science
Social Studies
World Cultures & Geography
World History & Geography
American History