BAY COUNTY, Fla. - Bay County's middle and high school students who may have failed a course this school year can still earn those credits. The district offers all core classes online that only take several weeks to complete.
Hundreds of Bay County students are currently enrolled but you can still register. The first step is to contact your school to get a recommendation for summer school. From there, the district will enter their courses into the online program Enginuity and you can get to work. They also offer a lab with six teachers where students can go for face to face support while they complete their work.
There's a hotline that students can call to talk to a teacher. The hotline number is: 850-767-4249.
"It's just a really good opportunity for kids to make up. Everyone has something that happens, you know, class doesn't go quite the way you expected it to so for us to be able to offer this to students during the summer, it's a really great option for them to not get behind," said bay Virtual School Principal Shelly Rouse.
The district offers credit recovery options year round. The summer session started June 11 and will end on July 26th.
For more information visit: http://www.bayvirtualschool.com/contact.aspx
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