Credit Retrieval-Recovery Options

  • There are two in-building options for credit retrieval. These include paper packets for Renton School District required courses and online courses. Online courses are taken through Aventa Learning and students can access their course from home through www.aventalearning.com with their assigned username and password. Online classes are only available to students who have unsuccessfully taken a class before.

    Students needing credit recovery must be scheduled through the Counseling Office and must express the ability to work independently and have a commitment to successful completion.

    The certificated mentor for credit recovery is Ms. A. Shewey.  She can be reached by phone at 425-204-3168.

    The following is a list of options for credit retrieval and/or high school/GED completion.


    BYU Independent Studies, Contact: http://www.byu.edu/webapp/home/index.jsp Tuition varies. Register online: use a credit card (MasterCard, Visa, Discover, or American Express) or debit card with the MasterCard or Visa logo. Call us toll-free at 1-800-914-8931; use a credit or debit card. Mail an order; use a check (payable to BYU Independent Study) or money order, or send credit card information with the card number and expiration date. Note: please do not send cash. Send to BYU Independent Study, 206 HCEB, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT 84602.

    High School Completion Options


    Secondary Learning Center, Alternative School, Renton School District. Contact: 425-204-2100. Students must have a referral from their counselor. Significantly behind in credits. Unsuccessful trying to study 5-6 subjects at once. Having difficulty doing homework. Is a competent reader.

    Career Link Academy at South Seattle Community College Contact: 206-764-7946 http://www.southseattle.edu/programs/careerlk.htm 16-20 years old and pursuing a diploma or GED. Students can explore career and educational options while building solid basic academic skills and transition to college programs at no charge while completing their high school diploma. Offered at no cost.

    Lake Washington Institute of Technology Contact: 425-739-8100 http://www.lwtech.edu/ 16-21, open to high school juniors and seniors. Complete a high school diploma while preparing for a career in a technical program.

    GED Options


    Students must obtain a GED release from the District. Please see your counselor to begin the process.

    Youth Source Work Training Program King County Work Training Program, 500 SW 7th Street, Suite 200 Renton, WA Contact: 206-205-3510 http://www.kingcounty.gov/socialservices/Employment%20and%20Education%20Resources.aspx Students must be able to perform academically at a 7th grade level. Working towards a GED. Must have interest in acquiring vocational skills and/or learning a trade. Must be ages 16-24.

    Renton Technical College 425-235-2352 ext. 5978 http://www.rtc.edu/ged Please visit the website or call directly to receive more information on GED testing, fees and GED preparation courses.

    Transition Programs

    Job Corps Contact: 1-800-733-5627. For students 16-24 who are looking to learn a marketable trade and complete their education. Please call the contact number to learn more about Job Corps options and to get connected with a counselor.

    Bellevue Community College Career Education Options 425-564-4035 http://bellevuecollege.edu/ceo/ Ages 16-20, without a high school diploma, to receive education on job skills. CEO students work towards a certificate or AA degree in a professional-technical program at BCC.

Last Modified on January 1, 2018