The LEG Up on Course Credit Recovery & Accelerated Courses

Through the Accelerated Course & Course Credit Recovery Programs, students can take courses that will help them to finish high school earlier, supplement current coursework or take courses perhaps not offered by their school or not able to fit into their school schedule, especially AP classes. They may also repeat classes to improve their grades and mastery of the material.

This program is open to both American and international students, including those who may wish to earn their high school diplomas online. Courses are online and are instructor-led by California-credentialed teachers. Students can register for and begin classes anytime throughout the year.

We also provide tutoring for students to help them better understand the material as they progress through their course until completion / the end of the course.

Accelerated Course Program:

For advanced-level students, our Accelerated Course Program provides opportunities to complete required and elective courses at the student’s own pace outside of the school classroom through fully accredited high school virtual programs:

  • Classes are virtual and can be taken from anywhere
  • Courses are NCAA and UC a-g Approved
  • Courses Offered: AP English (Language), AP English (Literature), World Literature, American Literature, British Literature, Spanish I-III, Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Precalculus, AP Calculus A/B/C, Statistics, AP Biology AB with Lab, AP Chemistry with Lab, Physics A/B, Biology without Lab, Chemistry without Lab, US History, AP US History, World History, and electives

Course Credit Recovery Program:

Students who need to retake a course in which they have received a low grade can apply for and enroll in our 1-on-1 Course Credit Recovery Program that will allow them to repeat the course and have the new and additional grade as part of their transcript package. This program is similar in scope and process as our Accelerated Course Program.

*For both programs, students are required to receive approval from their high school guidance counselor or academic advisor. Each semester of a course can be completed in as little as four weeks or as long as sixteen weeks, depending on the student’s pace and the course structure.