Students at Sunnyside High School have a new way to stay on track for graduation. For the second year in a row the school is offering NovaNET, a computer-based credit retrieval program that allows students to go back and pick up credit from classes they have failed. This year there are already 194 students enrolled in NovaNET classes at the high school.
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Failing a class at Sunnyside High School used to mean having to attend summer school and hoping that any of the courses failed would be offered at that time. However, in the last year something has changed in the way the high school deals with credit retrieval.
September 2, 2004 midnight read more..