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Credit Recovery Programming

DCPS launched a redesigned credit recovery program in School Year 2018-2019 to ensure that all students have the opportunity to succeed and are held to rigorous standards of excellence. Through the new credit recovery program, students have access to individualized, competency-based courses that are aligned to DCPS curriculum standards. These courses enable students to progress at their own pace through content that they did not master in their original course to earn course credit on their path to graduation.

To support high school students who have fallen behind, Credit Recovery courses are available to all students in grades 9-12.

In addition to credits earned during the regular school day, students can earn credits during after school credit recovery sessions. This allows students who have failed one or more courses to continue on a path toward graduation within four years.

School counselors and credit recovery coordinators in every high school have information about credit recovery programming; to help support students to get back on track for graduation.

Credit Recovery is offered in the following schools:

  • Anacostia
  • Ballou
  • Cardozo
  • Columbia Heights Education Campus  
  • Coolidge
  • Dunbar
  • Eastern
  • HD Woodson
  • Inspiring Youth Program
  • Phelps ACE 
  • Ron Brown
  • Roosevelt
  • Wilson

 Additional information about the credit recovery policy can be accessed here.

Service Contact:

Credit Recovery Programming
Office of Secondary Schools, District of Columbia Public Schools
1200 First St., NE 11th Floor
Washington, DC 20002
(202) 442-8448

 

Twilight Programming

Program Objective: The Twilight 2.0 program provides an opportunity for students from DCPS high schools, who are behind in credits to earn the original credit(s) they need/require to graduate on time in a smaller setting with targeted supports.

Program Overview:

In January 2019, DCPS revised the Twilight program in response to the district’s global assessment of students’ needs. The Twilight 2.0 program is an initiative offered at Anacostia, Dunbar, and Eastern for students to participate in original credit courses they have not yet taken. During these courses, students will be provided with supports to help them succeed in the course, get on-track for graduation and be poised for postsecondary success.

Student Eligibility:

Twilight 2.0 is an optional and voluntary high school program. No student is required to enroll in a Twilight Program instead of a traditional daytime high school program. Twilight 2.0 courses are available to all DCPS students who need one or more original credits to get back on track for graduation.

  • Priority enrollment goes to students who have a first ninth grade year of SY 16-17 or earlier.
  • Twilight courses may not be used for students on track to graduate as a means to accelerate progress.

Service Contact:

Twilight Programming
Office of Secondary Schools, District of Columbia Public Schools
1200 First St., NE 11th Floor
Washington, DC 20002
(202) 442-8448


 

 

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