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Many students want to improve their G.P.A.  Here are some smart tips to maximize Grade Point Averages:

 

  • Meet with your Professional School Counselor, at least every semester, to review your transcript and set goals.
  • Take AP and Honors courses.  
  • Work hard in your classes to make the best possible grade. "A's" are amazing and will really help your GPA.
  • If you received a low grade in a class, consider retaking the course through summer school, eCademy or other APS approved providers.

Recovering Credits

It happened.  You failed a class, and now have to figure out the best way to recover the credit.  We have options for you to recover your credits.  Meet with your AHA Professional School Counselor to make a plan.  Here are some recovery options:

  • eCademy
  • APS Summer School
  • APS approved online courses

Option 1: eCademy, is an online recovery program where students independently work on their own to recover credits.  The cost of recovering a course is $25.00 per semester.  Students can work at their own pace and some students have completed a course in 6 weeks.  For more information regarding eCademy visit: http://ecademy.aps.edu/

 

Option 2: Summer School has both face to face recovery options and online recovery options.  Pre-registration for summer typically takes place in April.  For more information regarding "Summer School" visit: https://aha-aps-nm.schoolloop.com/summerschool

 

Option 3: Other APS approved online recovery providers are IDEAL-NM, Digital Arts and Technology Academy (DATA) and Southwest Secondary Learning Center. These providers may have fees associated with their recovery courses, please click on the provider links for more information.

Summer school is an excellent way to recover credits, and to get ahead. Please meet with your Professional School Counselor to prepare for your summer school goals. Registration for summer school typically begins in April.

 

APS Summer School for High School Students

CLICK HERE for information about summer programs and registration.

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ParentVUE and StudentVUE

Synergy is the APS student information system that gives parents and students secure, private access to school and student information including:

  • Assignments
  • Grades
  • Attendance
  • Calendars
  • Teacher contact information.

CLICK HERE to access StudentVue and ParentVue. You'll need a username and password. A one-time access code will be provided to set up your account. 

Families who have more than one student in APS can access all student information using their ParentVUE username and password.

Follow this link to get more information:

http://www.aps.edu/students-parents/parentvue-studentvue

or contact secretary Annette Chavez at ext. 60000 for assistance with ParentVue/StudentVue