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Credit Recovery Options

If a student receives a "D" or an "F" in a class required for graduation or college eligibility, they can retake that class in a credit recovery program. Marshall offers various credit recovery programs to help ensure all students complete their high school diploma and can be eligible to apply to four-year universities.
To sign up for a credit recovery class, please contact your Academic Counselor or the A-G Diploma Program Counselor in the Counseling Office by completing a "Request to See Counselor" form in the Counseling Office. They will help review your graduation plan and decide on the best credit recovery option for you.


  Edgenuity is an online credit recovery program. Eligible students can re-take a class if they earned a 'D' or 'F' in the following subjects:
  • History/Social Science: World History AB, US History AB, Government, Economics
  • English: English 9AB, English 10AB, English 11AB, English 12AB
  • Science: Biology AB, Chemistry AB, Physics AB
  • Math: Algebra 1AB, Geometry AB, Algebra 2AB
  • Health (Note: Health can also be taken for original credit) 
Edgenuity is a good fit for students who:
  • Are self-motivated and can follow a study schedule on their own
  • Are comfortable contacting someone for help when they need it
  • Are not able to stay in person after school

Adult School Marshall II Lab

 The Marshall II Lab through LAUSD Adult School is an after-school in-person credit recovery program that offers credit recovery in A-G requirements, some electives, and Health. 
The Marshall II Adult School Lab takes place Monday through Thursday after school in Room 523 from 3:45 pm to 6:15 pm (Mon, Wed, Thurs) and from 2:45 pm to 5:15 pm (Tues). The class is taught by Mr. Rodriguez.
The Marshall II Adult School Lab is a good fit for students who:
  • Do best with in-person support and guidance
  • Can attend in person at least 2 days a week

Summer School

Summer school takes place in-person and online for 5-6 weeks during June and July. Multiple A-G classes and Physical Education (PE) are offered for students to recover credits. Summer school is the only option to retake PE.
During April and May, Academic Counselors begin signing students up for summer school if they did not pass a class that is needed to meet their graduation requirements. If a student is signed up, they will receive a Summer School Application to sign and return. If you do not receive an application notifying you that you are signed up, contact your Academic Counselor to see if you are eligible to enroll in summer school.

Winter and Spring Plus

Winter and Spring Plus are credit recovery programs offered through LAUSD Adult Education. Students take a credit recovery class for 1 week during Winter or Spring Plus as well as on additional Saturdays for 2-3 months. 
Multiple A-G classes and Health are offered and students receive support from a teacher. For the past 2 years, the classes have been online via zoom. Seniors (12th-grade students) are prioritized for enrollment. 
Winter and Spring Plus are a good fit for students who:
  • Have difficulty completing credit recovery on the weekdays
  • Do best with ongoing support from a designated teacher

Need Support with Credit Recovery?

Mx. Lauren Guzman, the A-G Counselor, helps students explore and enroll in credit recovery options in collaboration with our Academic Counselors. Contact Mx. Lauren using the information below or come by the Counseling Office and submit a "Request to See Counselor." You can select your Academic Counselor or Mx. Lauren Guzman on the form.
Ms. Kristal Rosas (she/her)
A-G Diploma Program Counselor
Phone: (323) 671 - 1477