From grades 9 through 12
June 29 through July 27 - NJSLA Testing July 28 & 29
Credit Recovery courses are four weeks (8:00 am-11:00 am)
High school Credit Recovery:
Algebra I (NJSLA testing required)*
Algebra II (NJSLA testing required)*
Geometry (NJSLA testing required)*
Students in Credit Recovery need a passing grade to advance for the next academic year.
NJSLA testing is required to earn credit.
In order to advance for the next academic year:
Students must attain a passing grade (65) to advance for the next academic year.
Students must meet the attendance requirements.
Credit Recovery and Advancement students are permitted to miss one day of school or accrue 30 minutes of tardies before credit is lost.
Students who exceed these limitations will not receive credit for the course or a tuition refund.
Student must meet the guidelines set forth in the student handbook.
Out of district students must refer to their own district guidelines for credit recovery.
- All credit recovery courses in Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II must sit for the summer administration of NJSLA per NJDOE requirements. If a student is unavailable to sit for NJSLA, no credit will be awarded for the course and the student cannot advance to the next course level. Summer NJSLA administration dates are 7/28 (subject to change due to NJDOE).
Registration deadline for LMS + LHS students is May 1st to guarantee a seat in an advancement course. After May 1st, resident and non-resident students can register if seats are available.
Student Cost for Credit Recovery courses:
Leonia & Edgewater Resident cost: $375 per session *
* Reduced fees will be available for qualified parents based on need.
Non-Resident cost: $375
Non-refundable $50 fee is included in price.
Multi-student discount available for Leonia and Edgewater residents.
Families registering more than one student are eligible for a discount:
2 Students: 10% discount will be applied to the total SMILE cost.
3 Students: 15% discount will be applied to the total SMILE cost.
Attendance & Tardy Policy
Remedial and New Credit students are permitted to miss one day of school or accrue 30 minutes of tardies before credit is lost. Students who exceed these limitations will not receive a tuition refund.
All classes are subject to adequate enrollment. In the event of insufficient enrollment, the class will be cancelled and the tuition fees will be refunded.