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2 nd Chance High School

Posted by chamonmom on February 9, 2013 at 11:55 AM Comments comments (53)

Our 2nd chance high school program has expanded. We are currently offering classes on Tuesday and Thrusday 9am-12 and 6pm-9. Fast Forward Friday classes are 9am-2pm or 7pm-12midnight. Check the back of your schedule for more information

2nd Chance High School

Posted by chamonmom on January 30, 2012 at 7:40 PM Comments comments (11)

Springboard 2nd Chance Program is a High School Diploma program which allows adults and high-risk students an opportunity to earn the high school credits required to graduate.


Because of our block scheduling, students are able to take the classes they need and earn the credits they require at an accelerated pace. We can also offer dual credit through AP and CLEP classes.


Night Classes are offered on Tuesday and Thursday from 6pm - 9pm. Upon graduation, you will have an opportunity to participate in a graduation ceremony, you will receive your High School Diploma, and you will be given an official High School Transcript that can be used to enroll at an institution of higher learning, college, or university of your choice. Your CLEP credits will be sent from Teas Tech University to the institution of your choice.


Come by and see us for more information



What do I need to Graduate?


There are three different High School Programs offered at

Springboard Academics


Our Distinguished Achievement Program will grant the graduate an honors diploma.



English 4 credits


Communication .5 credits

Applications (Speech)


Mathematics 4 credits

(chosen from Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II,

Advanced Math/Pre Calculus,Calculus I,

Calculus II, or Statistics)


Science 4 credits

(chosen from AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP

Physics B, AP Physics C, AP Environmental

Science, Anatomy and Physiology, Science of

Technology Applications GC, or Forensic



Social Studies 4 credits

(chosen from World Geography, World History,

AP US History, Government, Micro Economics,

or Macro Economics)


Physical Education 1.5 Credits

(This can be fulfilled through participation in

LHCAA / Titans sports teams including

basketball, baseball, football, soccer, volleyball,

track and field, or swimming)

Health .5 credits


Foreign Language 3 credits


Technology Applications /

Vocational Arts 1 credit


Fine Arts 1 credit


Electives 2.5 credits


Total Credits for

Distinguished Achievement Program

26 credits

3.5 overall GPA

Extracurricular participation in academic related program / project

Some additional requirements apply



Recommended High School Program

requires only 2 foreign language credits

with an additional elective,

no AP or CLEP level classes are required,

no extra curricular activities are required,

NO Standardized Testing Scores required.

26 credits



Minimum High School Program

does not require foreign language

23 credits

no AP or CLEP level classes are required,

no extra curricular activities are required,

NO Standardized Testing Scores required.