High School Assistant Principal Briane Grass
See your counselor for all questions and authorization to enroll.
Union credit recovery is an online computer program offered in three semesters - fall, spring and as summer school - allowing students to recover credits for courses they have failed.
Students will start their credit recovery course by attending one orientation session, offered each Monday during the session. In addition to the orientation, each student’s attendance in the computer lab is required to complete a minimal number of tests and quizzes under the supervision of the instructor. Each student’s progress will be monitored by teachers who are also available to provide instructional and technical support. A schedule of lab times will be available at the orientation.
Spring Night School
Orientations are held every Monday at 3:30 in Room 2122 at the High School. Students must attend orientation before they may begin their course.
Open enrollment from September 8 - October 29
Lab hours: 3:30 to 6 p.m., Mondays - Thursdays
Enrollment opens runs through April 4, 20-16
Lab hours: 3:30-6 p.m., Monday-Thursday
Enrollment and Cost
Enrollment cards may be obtained from the student's school counselor. Completed enrollment cards and the registration fee should be turned in to Brenda Willis, Financial Clerk at the High School. Enrollment cards completed by student and counselor must be returned with the registration fee before a student may begin coursework. The last day to enroll for 2016 Fall Credit Recovery is April 4, 2016. All courses must be complete by May 13. The fee for Union’s Edgenuity courses is $125 and is non-refundable.
Each Credit Recovery course offers 0.5 credit to students who have successfully completed the virtual course. Each student’s grade will be reported to their respective school. Union’s Credit Recovery program will not offer first-time or new credit. Courses earned through credit recovery DO NOT meet NCAAP eligilibity requirements. Non-Union students will need to provide proof of enrollment from their school, and the student’s home school must accept our program for their credit.
In addition to the initial orientation, each student’s attendance in the computer lab is required to complete a minimal number of tests and quizzes under the supervision of the instructor. Throughout the summer session, student progress will be monitored by teachers who are available to provide instructional and technical support. When you are in the building for Credit Recovery, you must report to and remain in the classroom. Transportation will NOT be provided.