Credit Recovery Options at AHS

  •  Aubrey High School Credit Recovery Options for Summer of 2021

    If your student has failed to earn credit for a course by making below a 70 for the year, there are several options to recover these credits needed for graduation from Aubrey High School.

    Option 1:  Aubrey High School Summer School (June 7-July 1) Cost:  $200 per 0.5 credit -- click this link for more information and registration form 

    The Summer School Registration Form should be completed and returned to Susan Holloway at Aubrey High School or emailed to no later than Thursday, June 3, 2021 by 3:00 PM.  Payment is due upon registration and is the responsibility of the student and parent.  To make payment, go to My School Bucks located on the AISD homepage under the Student and Family Resources tab.  There is also an AISD Scholarship Application that can possibly help with summer school tuition.  The scholarship application would need to be returned with the registration form.  Registration is on a first come, first served basis.

    This summer school option is 100% in person on the Aubrey High School campus. 

    AISD COVID Protocols will be followed.

    Summer School Registration at Aubrey High School: No later than Thursday, June 3 8:00 AM- 3:00 PM
    Summer School Hours:  Monday-Thursday from 8:00-12:00 (June 7-July 1)

    Option 2:  The student can re-enroll in the course and attend the class for the semesters needed to earn the 1.0 credit.  If this is the first time the student has failed the course and the grade is low, we encourage you to consider re-enrollment in the course.

    Option 3:  If this is the 2nd time the student has failed a course, an 11th or 12th grade student can enroll in the Aubrey High School Credit Recovery Program at Period 1 or Period 8 for the 2021-2022 school year. 

    Option 4:  Correspondence Course through Texas Tech University ISD

    The cost is the responsibility of the parent/student and equals approximately $250 per 0.5 credit, plus materials.  A Correspondence Course Application (attached) will need to be completed and returned to Susan Holloway at by June 3, 2021.  These are online courses and your student will have a teacher assigned to them through Texas Tech ISD for help.  Texas Tech will proctor the final exam.  ALL course(s)must be completed, including the final exam, and receipt of an official grade report must be received in the AHS Registrar’s Office BEFORE the first day of school for the 2021-2022 school year. A maximum of 2.0 credits can be earned through correspondence courses. 

    IMPORTANT POLICY REMINDER:  If a student has failed for the year with a grade below 70, they may be able to take only 1 semester to recover credit for the year.  AISD supports a policy that states if the average of Semester 1 and Semester 2 equals to 70 or above, the student will earn the 1.0 credit.


    High School Summer School:   Jude Stanley at

    High School Summer School Instructor:  Jeff Whitmire at

    Questions about credit recovery options at AHS and/or specific courses available for credit recovery:

    Susan Holloway at