Credit Recovery

Our Credit Recovery program enables students, if accepted, to make up a course failed for a six weeks or a course failed for the semester.  Students work on the computer using the Edgenuity program.  Explanatory packets and credit recovery applications are available through a student’s counselor.

Testing Information - EOC

Students are required to perform satisfactorily on the secondary assessment instruments for English I, II, Algebra I, US History and Biology in order to qualify for a high school diploma.  Students will be required to take EOC tests based on the official classification given by the school district.

Promotion Information

To be promoted to the next grade students must have the required number of credits.  Sophomores must have 6 credits, juniors must have 12 credits and seniors must have 18 credits.

State Accountability

Overall School Rating: Not Rated (Declared State of Disaster Due to COVID-19)

TEA School Report CardWebsite | PDF | Parent Letter

House Bill 3: CCMR Goals

District Testing Schedule


Upcoming SAT:  March 11, Reg. deadline Feb. 10th,

Upcoming ACTs:  Feb. 1 - Registration Jan. 13th
Students must bring their Admission Tickets, Two No. 2 pencils and a soft eraser, photo identification and an acceptable calculator.  It is nice to have a watch (without an audible alarm), a bag or backpack, a drink or snack for your break and extra batteries and backup equipment.  Students should confirm their test center locations by checking their Admission Tickets.  It's important to arrive on time.

Academic Honesty Policy

Putting your name on your work and turning it into your teacher implies that the work is of your own creation.

Cheating involves, but is not limited to, all of the following:

  • Inappropriate talking or looking on another student’s work during a quiz or test
  • Copying someone else’s homework/paper to be graded or a teacher’s key; having someone else complete your assignment
  • Asking someone for quiz/test content or answers
  • Giving someone answers by any means e.g. use of any form of electronic device (citizenship consequence only)
  • Misgrading work (Student receives actual grade and lowered citizenship grade.)
  • Using an electronic device to obtain answers or images
  • Submitting same paper to different teachers unless allowed by teachers

Plagiarism, another form of cheating, involves turning in part of or all of another person’s work as your own.

*Students must use quotation marks to indicate words extracted from another source.

Common knowledge is an exception.  If information appears in several sources or is accepted as common knowledge, credit need not be given.

Consequences of Dishonesty:

  1. Student receives a zero.
  2. Student receives a maximum of a “C” citizenship grade.
  3. Student’s parent will be notified by teacher.
  4. Student’s status as a recipient of school honors and awards, including membership in the National Honor Society, may be adversely affected.