A flexible credit recovery solution for grades 6-12
When schools and families are looking for help to get failing students back on track, many find that WCESC Credit Recovery is the ideal solution that offers:
WCESC Credit Recovery provides coursework that students can complete independently whenever and wherever they need to —at home, at school or on the go. The completed work is submitted to WCESC teachers for evaluation, saving often scarce school resources. Students receive a transcript at the end of the course to present to their school guidance counselor and the school awards credit at its discretion.
Low impact on school resources because students pay for the courses
The WCESC Credit Recovery program is available year-round.
Who can enroll?
WCESC Credit Recovery accepts enrollments from students who meet the following requirements:
If you meet these criteria see how to enroll in three easy steps.
Students must submit a completed enrollment application along with the correct enrollment fee as stated on the application. Payment can be made by money order or check payable to Warren County ESC.
Unless otherwise approved by the school district, payment for these courses is the responsibility of the student and must be received prior to the start of the course.
A year-round alternative
Applications must be accompanied by the correct payment. Incomplete applications will be returned to sender.
Students enrolling in online courses will receive an email within one business day with instructions on how to access their courses. All course materials are available online, there are no printed materials.
WCESC expects honesty and integrity
The highest sense of personal honor and integrity is expected of all students in the completion of their coursework.
Students are expected to complete all work without cheating, turning in someone else's work as their own (plagiarizing), or knowingly giving false information.
Subjects must be completed in accordance with the policies and guidelines established by WCESC Credit Recovery in addition to any requirements placed on students by their school officials.
The standard policy of WCESC is to immediately fail students suspected of not doing their own work. The final consequences for academic dishonesty will be determined in consultation with WCESC's Superintendent. The WCESC Superintendent has final determination for any and all actions to be taken.
How students are evaluated
Students submit their work online and receive timely teacher feedback on most assignments. A final grade will be issued within 10 days of completion of the course.