John Paul II High School is starting a Credit Recovery Program this summer for students who have failed a class with no less than an overall average of 60.

This program is an alternative to summer school that gives students the opportunity to get a 70 average by addressing specific objectives/components of the curriculum they did not master over the course of the year.† Your studentís teacher will individualize the objectives that he/she needs and in turn, the summer school teachers will oversee/assist the students to master those specific objectives.† When students have mastered the objectives for the course, they will be dismissed from the program and their grade will be adjusted to a 70 average. †

Parents may register the week of June 2 through June 6, 2014.† Parentís tuition must be paid up and the fee for each class is $100, which must also be pre-paid. †Classes will run for 4 weeks, begin Monday, June 9, 2014 and ending on July 3, 2014.† Classes will be from Monday through Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.† If a student masters the objective before July 3, 2014, he/she will be dismissed from the program and a grade of 70 will be issued.† If a student does not master the objectives by July 3, 2014, credit will not be issued, and the fees will be forfeited.