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Credit Recovery and Summer School

Our credit recovery and summer school courses help students stay on track in school anytime of the year!

ForFamilies_SummerSchool_GuidedCreditRecoveryWe offer many one-to-one and online credit recovery courses that can be tailored to meet the needs of all students. We also offer traditional, site-based summer school courses that are created with the close cooperation of public school districts. These programs give students a chance to catch up before the new school year begins. Financial help is available for families who need tuition assistance.

Qualified Teachers

No matter what option students choose, they can depend on experienced PA certified teachers to instruct them in math, science, foreign languages, art, health and more.

Aligned with State Standards

Courses are aligned with Pennsylvania Core Standards and meet school district requirements.

Options to Meet Your Needs

Learn more about our summer school and credit recovery programs.

More Information

Email your questions to creditrecovery@thelearninglamp.org or call Rachel at 814-262-0732 x234 or 1-855-301-LAMP (5267) for more information or to discuss what option will work best for you.

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    This week, we will announce the winners of the #SAMHSA2021 National Prevention Week Positive Message Contest! Students in grades 6-12 created a positive social media message expressing the theme: Majority RULES! – Meaning that the majority of students in the school do NOT use marijuana, vape, or drink alcohol regularly. We can’t wait to see what they came up with! #MajorityRules #NationalPreventionWeek