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High School Credit Recovery Programming

Available to all students in Grades 9-12

To support high school students who have fallen behind, after-school 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.

Professional School Guidance Counselors and Credit Recovery Coordinators in every high school will have information about credit recovery programming; to help support students to get back on track for graduation.

Credit Recovery is offered in all the comprehensive High Schools, and Opportunity Academies, including IYP and YSC.

Service Contact:

Credit Recovery Programming
Office of Teaching and Learning District of Columbia Public Schools
1200 First St., NE 8th Floor
Washington, DC 20002
C: 202-480-0867
O: 202-727-8648
TTY: 711

 

Twilight Programming

Available to all students who need additional support during the school day to get back on track for graduation.

Students may have extenuating circumstances that requires additional support to get back on track and Twilight is offered as an extension of the school day. Twilight programming is available to all students who are under credited and overage. Students must be no more then 19 years of age and are in need of 2 or more years of graduation required courses to get back on track for graduation or are in need of 10 or more credits to get back on track.

Twilight is offered at 3 comprehensive High Schools.

Service Contact:

Twilight Programming
Office of Teaching and Learning District of Columbia Public Schools
1200 First St., NE 8th Floor
Washington, DC 20002
C: 202-480-0867
O: 202-727-8648
TTY: 711