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Credit Recovery permission slips will be available for students after they attend the Expectations Assembly on Fri. 1/25/19.  Classes will begin on Monday, Feb. 4, 2019 and all coursework must be completed by Monday, May 20, 2019.



Credit Recovery registration will be done during NUTRITION, LUNCH, BEFORE or AFTER-SCHOOL.


Registration for 12th grade students:  Mon., Jan. 28 and Tues. Jan. 29 with their counselors.


Registration for 11th grade students: Wed. Jan 30th and Fri. Feb. 1st with their counselors.


Registration for everyone else: Monday Feb. 4 until classes are full, however the last day to register for classes is April 12, 2019.


Only students with completed permission slips and All-Star applications will be enrolled into classes.



Classes available in Credit Recovery:


-English 1, 2, 3, 4; American Lit. 1, 2; and World Lit 1


-World Hist./Geog 1, 2; US Hist 1, 2; Economics; American Gov; and Ethnic Studies


-Coordinated Science 1, 2, 3, and 4


-Algebra 1 (1st sem or 2nd sem.); Geometry 1, 2; Alg. II 1st semester only; Senior Math 1


Bell Gardens High School CSF Mission Statement


The California Scholarship Federation (CSF) emphasizes high standards of service, scholarship, and citizenship for California high school students. CSF encourages service to the school and community while fostering pride in scholastic achievement.


The California Scholarship Federation (CSF) promotes and recognizes high standards of scholarship, service, and citizenship on the part of California school students. The idea for a statewide organization to honor outstanding high school students was first proposed by Mr. Charles F. Seymour at a convention of high school principals in Oakland in 1916. Mr. Seymour was then vice-principal of National City High School in San Diego County, and in 1916 had organized a scholarship society on his campus, modeling it after one already established at Long Beach Polytechnic High School.