• RIDGE RECOVERY

    (Credit Recovery + School Plus)

    Assistant Principal: Mr. J. Antoine Shade

What is Credit Recovery?

  • Peachtree Ridge High School (PRHS) has implemented several Credit Recovery (CR) sessions for our students.  Ridge Recovery is a face-to-face program for students who did not pass a class with a final grade between 50%-69% for courses offered.
     
    For student athletes that plan to compete at the collegiate level: Ridge Recovery does not meet the minimum academic standards that NCAA requires and is, thus, NOT recognized for eligibility purposes. Prospective college athletes should NOT take Credit Recovery courses. School Plus or Summer School are better options for students that plan to continue with athletics in college.
     

     

  • Credit Recovery (Session 2)

    2023-2024

    Location: Peachtree Ridge HS

    Dates: January 16th - January 19th, 2024

    Time: 2:30 PM- 5:00 PM

    Student Population: Any student currently enrolled at PRHS

    Eligibility: Previous Failed Course with grade of 50%-69% (Select core academic courses will be offered)  

    Limited to 1 Course

    Cost: $40 

    Registration Window: December 13th - January 12th, 2024

    Click Here to Sign Up with MyPaymentPlus: Ridge Recovery Sign Up

  • Please contact your student's counselor for more information. 

    Office of Student Support and Interventions: (678) 512-6068

    Assistant Principal: Mr. J. Antoine Shade

RIDGE RECOVERY REGISTRATION DATES

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School Plus

  • School Plus is an after-school supplementary class for upperclassmen (11th and 12th graders) to recover core academic courses needed for graduation.  

    Registration: Coming soon!

    General Information: 

    Session 1 (First Half Credit): TBA

    Session 2 (Second Half Credit): TBA

    Course Offerings:

    Tuesday and Thursdays: Math and Science Courses (AMDM, Algebra II, Geometry, Environmental Science, Physics, and Chemistry)

    Wednesday and Friday: Language Arts and Social Studies Courses (Multicultural, American, & World Literature, American Government, Economics, US History, and World History)

    Additional Information:

    * American Literature (Second Quarter) and United States History (Second Quarter) must take the EOC to receive credit for the course.

    * Attendance is required for the entire session. Approval must be sent to the assistant principal prior to the absence. Students will be withdrawn from the course for poor attendance. Discipline issues will not be tolerated and will also result in the immediate withdrawal of the student. No refunds will be approved for withdraws or after the course has begun.

    *Students will be engaged in 34 hours per session in face to face instruction, asynchronous assignments and lessons per session. (34 hours for half a credit. 68 hours for full credit)