Online Diploma Courses

Online Diploma Courses

APEX Web-Based Curriculum for an Adult Education Credit Recovery Diploma

Welcome to AVEC Credit Recovery with APEX. We are committed to helping you reach your educational goals. Are you ready to commit too? This program is geared toward students who need five or fewer credits (10 classes) to complete their diploma and have a goal of attending college or joining the military.

• Students are required to spend at least 12 hours per week on completing school work. Students who spend a minimum of 12 hours per week on APEX will progress faster and experience greater academic success and satisfaction.
• If you choose to work off campus, you will be responsible for contacting the teacher when you need assistance with your APEX classes.
• You must check in with your teacher on a weekly basis via text, email, or in person. Failure to work regularly, or maintain progress in your classes without checking in with the teacher will cause you to be dropped from the program.
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