How can I make up the high school courses I failed?
During my freshman year, last year, I went to a very hard prep high school. I did not do so good, and I ended up failling 3 courses: Algebra 1, Western Civilization, and Latin 1. I ended up with 4 credits. I was given this information late so I did not have a chance to go to summer school. I left and went to another school and was told I had to repeat these courses so I did. I was wondering if I could do any possible thing to get back to my normal grade. I am really against repeating, and all my grades are above a B. It is getting boring :(
Hi, My name is Shanna Stanley and I am an admissions adviser at National High School. We are a fully SACS accredited online high school, you could come and retake your courses at our online high school and work at your own pace to make up your courses and get your grades back to where you need to be. I would be glad to provide you with some more information. You can reach me at 1-678-436-8749 ext. 6015 or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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