Remedial Classes

Remedial Courses

  • Courses students choose to take in the summer after attempting the course previously and not completing the course with credits.
  • Listed below is a quick reference of courses offered.  To see the detailed information, scroll down the page.
CourseStudents Able to Take Course
Driver’s EducationAnyone who has previously failed the course
American Gov. – BlendedAnyone who has previously failed the course
English I, II, III or IV – TraditionalAnyone who has previously failed the course
Algebra I & II – TraditionalAnyone who has previously failed the course
Geometry – TraditionalAnyone who has previously failed the course
Credit Recovery – TraditionalAnyone who has previously failed an elective or science course
Consumer Ed. – BlendedAnyone who has previously failed the course
US History – BlendedAnyone who has previously failed the course

 

Class Descriptions

Driver’s Education (Classroom)
*Students must participate in both Classroom and Behind the Wheel during the same session

  • 2 hour class
  • 8 am – 10:08 am or 10:08 am – 12:16 pm
  • Session 1 or Session 2
  • Must be a rising Sophomore and have passed at least 8 classes the previous 2 semesters
  • Must be 15 before the start date of the course
  • Graduation Requirement (may be taken at an outside location and still qualify for graduation requirement)
  • $20 fee for Driver’s Permit (check payable to Secretary of State) due on first of day of class

Driver’s Education (Behind the Wheel)
*Students must participate in both Classroom and Behind the Wheel during the same session

  • Spots will be selected after registration in the classroom portion.  Students will sign up for a 2 hour session between the hours of 6 am – 4 pm.
  • There will be 7 days of Behind the Wheel:
      • Students taking the 1st session of Driver’s Ed will sign up for Behind the Wheel June 11-June 19 and June 22-June 30.
      • Students taking the 2nd session of Driver’s Ed will sign up for Behind the Wheel July 9-July 17 and July 20-July 28.
  • Must be a rising Sophomore and have passed at least 8 classes the previous 2 semesters
  • Must be 15 before the start date of the course
  • Graduation Requirement (may be taken at outside location and still qualify for graduation requirement)

American Government – Blended 

  • Semester class
  • 8 am – 12:16 pm
  • Session 1 or Session 2
    • Attendance days will be determined by the teacher.
  • Graduation Requirement

English I, II, III or IV – Traditional

  • 8 am – 12:16 pm
  • Session 1 (Semester 1) and Session 2 (Semester 2)
  • Students will be given a personalized list of assignments that were not successfully completed when they originally took the course.
  • Students may finish this course prior to the end of the session.
  • Students may take either session or both sessions.
  • This class is only available to District 158 students.
  • Graduation Requirement

Algebra I, Algebra II, or Geometry – Traditional (Not currently running summer of 2020)

  • 8 am – 12:16 pm
  • Session 1 (Semester 1) and Session 2 (Semester 2)
  • Students may take either session or both sessions.
  • Graduation Requirement

Credit Recovery – Traditional (Elective or Science)

  • 8 am – 12:16 pm
  • Session 1 (Semester 1) and Session 2 (Semester 2)
  • Students can take this course to replace an elective or science course that has been previously taken and failed to obtain replacement credit.
  • Students may finish this course prior to the end of the session.
  • Once a student is registered and confirmed for this course, he/she will work with the instructor and the counselor to identify the best option for credit recovery.
  • Content will be delivered via an electronic learning platform

Consumer Education – Blended 

  • Semester class
  • 8 am – 12:16 pm
  • Session 1 only
    • Attendance days will be determined by the teacher.
  • This course meets the consumer education graduation requirement.

US History – Blended

  • 8 am – 12:16 pm
  • Session 1 (Semester 1) and Session 2 (Semester 2)
  • Students may take the first session or both sessions.  Although both semesters of US History are required to graduate, students are not required to take the both semesters during the summer.
  • Prerequisite – Students must complete the first semester of US History to be able to take the second semester.
  • Graduation Requirement
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