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.

    ELP is offered on our campus after school. 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. Please note that seats are limited and that a student must be first approved by the guidance department and then accepted by the ELP coordinator. Enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis, however, seniors are given priority placement.

    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.

    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.

    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.

    Students must obtain a completed High School Credit Referral Form from their school counselor and bring it to the night school campus on the night they enroll in class. Most night schools use the APEX credit recovery program which enables students to make up high school credits on-line. The curriculum is self-paced, and progress and completion of the course is mastery based. Once the work is completed, the credit is earned. Visit the websites below for school times and course offerings:

    Clearview Adult Education Center


    Clearwater Adult Education Center


    Lakewood Community


    Palm Harbor Community


    Tomlinson Adult Learning Center


Last Modified on February 12, 2021