Extended Learning Programs
High School Programs

High School Extended Day Tutorial Program

Goal: Ensure students are on track to complete core subject credit requirements and graduate in four years. Extended day tutorials will also provide recovery opportunity with instruction for students with excessive absences.

Strategy: Provide extended day tutorial.

Strategy: Provide credit recovery opportunities.

Strategy: Provide attendance recovery opportunities.

Strategy: Provide extended day core academy for a grade.

Photo of teacher helping studentLocation: All High Schools

Time Frame: After-school- Four days per week and Saturday Academy

No classes on days when students are not in school

Target Students:

Students who are failing a core class

Students who need additional time in instruction

Students who have scored at proficiency level I or II on previous End-of-Grade/End-of-Course tests

Students with excessive absences needing to participate in the Recovery Instructional Program (Includes courses required for graduation and Fine Arts).

High School Extended Day Core Academy (For a Grade)


***For more information on programs, please contact your local high school.

P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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