• Support and Help

    Resources are available for students who need additional help with their work and knowledge acquisition. 

    1. Many of our staff members are available to assist students. Please contact them directly for more information. 
    2. Pinellas County Schools offers a FREE Homework Helpline. 727-547-7223 The Homework Helpline offers free homework help for students in grades 1 through 12.  The Helpline is staffed by Pinellas County Schools teachers who are certified in math, science, language arts and social studies.  Helpline teachers have access to textbooks commonly used in the district and can assist students with homework in most subjects.  Homework help is available from 5 to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, on all school days except when there is no school the following day. 
    3. Tutoring is available as follows:
      • Science: Thursday, Rm 28-28, 2:00-3:00 pm
      • Reading: Wednesday, Rm 1-223, 2:00 – 3:00 pm
      • English: Monday, Rm 17-16, 2:00 to 3:00 pm
      • Social Studies: Tuesday, Rm 1-215, 2:00 to 3:00 pm
      • Spanish: Thurs, Rm 1-210, 2:00 to 3:00 pm
      • Math: Mon-Thurs, Rm 17-11, 2: 00 to 3: 00 pm
      • Students can always ask any of their teachers for help after school – 2:00 – 2:30 pm
    4. Saturday School support is offered typically twice a semester. Dates for Semester 2 Saturday School will be announced at a later time. Please feel free to check back for updates. 
  • Credit Recovery and Grade Forgiveness

    Need to make up credits or boost your GPA? Ask your school counselor about the options listed below. Please know that only  grades of “D”s and “F”s are eligible for forgiveness, with the exception of “C”s earned in middle school. 

    Extended Learning Program (ELP):  ELP is offered on our campus after school on Mondays through Thursdays from 2:00pm to 4:30pm. STUDENTS MUST REGISTER BEFORE THEY CAN BEGIN COURSES. All core courses (i.e., English, Math, Science, and Social Studies) are open to 9th, 10th,  11th, and 12th graders. Courses will be taken via APEX – a computer‐based credit recovery program that allows students to work  at their own pace until the subject matter is mastered.

    A few points to be aware of: (1) students must finish all course requirements to earn credit or grade forgiveness; (2) students  must earn a passing grade of “C” on the subject exam to earn credit; (3) students may not miss more than three days or nine  hours of instructional time without prior approval from the ELP coordinator; (4) students may be suspended or removed from  the program for not meeting the guidelines and procedures as outlined by the ELP coordinator and instructor(s); and (5) APEX  courses do not meet NCAA credit requirements.  For more information or to sign up for courses, speak with your school counselor. 

    Florida Virtual School (FLVS):
    FLVS is a fully accredited public school that offers more than 120 FREE courses to K‐12 public, private, and homeschool students.  Every FLVS course is taught by a dedicated and certified teacher who is focused on student success. Courses are aligned with  Florida and national standards and are accessible 24/7. Core courses are NCAA approved. Enrollment is open 365 days a year due to the FLVS year‐round rolling enrollment model.  For more information or to sign up for courses, speak with your school counselor and visit https://www.flvs.net. 



    Pinellas Virtual School (PVS):
    PVS brings together the best technologies, the best curriculum and most importantly the best of Pinellas County teachers who  provide an incredible online experience. PVS uses the Canvas and Florida Virtual School learning management systems for  curriculum delivery.   For more information or to sign up for courses, speak with your school counselor and visit http://www.pcsb.org/virtualschool

  • Parent Teacher Conferences

    The teachers and staff here at Northeast High School are dedicated to working together with families to ensure the success of all students. Please contact us if you have concerns or questions about your student's progress, and if there are concerns, the sooner contact is made, the more time there will be to address those concerns. Whether your child is having a positive or negative experience in school, it’s important to monitor their progress frequently and to remain involved in their education.  We highly encourage all our parents to utilize FOCUS and have parent accounts that allow you to remain up to date on grades/attendance here at school. 

    In order to have a Parent Focus account you must visit any school and apply for a PCS Parent Login.
    Please bring any one of the following with you:

    • Driver’s License
    • State ID card
    • Visa (not the credit card)
    • Military ID Passport
    • Green Card

    Once you have applied for a Parent Focus Account you will receive your username and password. Log in to Parent Portal using the 'FOCUS' button at the top of our site or by going to http://portal.pcsb.org
    School Board Attendance Policy