K12 Prep Academy’s Credit RecoveryProgram

K12 PREP’s Credit Recovery Program allows full-time students enrolled in accredited high/middle schools to take the credits they require to meet their school’s graduation requirements.

Credit Recovery Scenarios:

Athletics Behind in credit Bullying
Course not offered Early graduation Expulsion
Extracurricular activities Failing grades Illness/health
Peer pressure Pregnancy Scheduling conflicts
Substance Abuse Suspension Anxiety

If the school is accredited by one of the six regional accrediting organizations in the United States, the credits will transfer to the original school. K12 Prep Academy requires school counselors sign a credit transfer form that guarantees the successful credit transfer of the makeup courses before enrollment. 

This provides clarification to students and their family that the classes will transfer back to their school.


Credit Recovery Online

K12 PREP’s Credit Recovery Program is an effective and proven way to help students earn high school credits in courses they did not pass the first time around. Our online courses are self-contained, independent study units, designed to supplement your school’s existing curriculum. Students can enroll year-round and select individual start dates for their courses.

Any of our courses can be taken for credit recovery. See our catalog for further details about our courses. Speak to a credit recovery specialist at 1-800-218-5709

Grades K-5
K12 Prep Academy Early Learning Academy offers a unique rewards system that recognizes children’s educational accomplishments and encourages them to continue progressing through the site’s many academic lessons and levels.
Grades 6-8
Middle School is an exciting time as students become increasingly independent with their studies and begin to take more responsibility for their learning. Our extensive and proven curriculum has been continually refined for years and is among the best available.  
Grades 9-12
K12 Prep Academy customizes our curriculum in order to meet each student’s academic needs. We believe it is more productive for the curriculum to “fit” the student than trying to make the student “fit” a curriculum.