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How the quarter block can help you recover credits faster

By August 2, 2019August 7th, 2019Uncategorized

In 2008, a group of caring, concerned parents wanted to find a way to help the under-served, the at-risk students and those who simply weren’t enjoying traditional school.

That’s how iSucceed was created. To this day, a large portion of our students come to us behind in credits.

For that reason, we created the quarter block schedule. With three courses every 8-9 weeks, there’s better focus and reduced stress.

There’s also a greater opportunity to catch up on credits and get back on track to graduate with your friends.

We’ll explain:

Catch up on credits to graduate with quarter schedule

iSucceed’s academic structure helps students graduate on time or even early. You can learn more about graduating early¬†here.

Our curriculum is separated into three courses every eight to nine weeks. By the end of the traditional semester, a student at iSucceed will finish the same 6-8 courses a traditional student has; they just split it up differently.

Here’s how you can catch up:

After you successfully complete an eight to nine week quarter with iSucceed with passing grades, you are eligible to add an additional course. That means you can take four courses every eight to nine weeks for an additional credit! That may not sound like much, but that’s four additional semester courses in the standard school year.

As a refresher, here’s how to catch up on credits with iSucceed:

  • Enroll with iSucceed. Learn how to here.
  • Successfully complete one block with iSucceed with good grades.
  • Get counselor approval to take additional courses.

Other benefits of the quarter schedule

This infographic will explain:

Quarters vs Semesters

Sometimes life circumstances can make it difficult to add on courses. If you are behind and unable to take on extra work, you can still earn your high school diploma. You can stay with iSucceed until you are 21. However long it takes you to finish high school is not important, so long as you do earn that accredited diploma!

Ready to catch up on credits?

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