Alternative Programs - Alternative Credits

  • Working in conjunction with our district and other entities, Corona offers a fair number of alternative programs off our campus, allowing students additional flexibility in course selections and credit-earning possibilities. Students behind in credits, looking to get ahead, or just hoping to engage in programs not offered at Corona will find broader options by investigating our alternative programs.

    TUHSD Summer Education Academy (Summer School)

    TUHSD Summer Edu Academy Logo Our district's traditional summer school program allows students to take a course or remediate classes in which they were not successful the first time. Typically, Summer School is held at one of our seven district high schools for about four hours each morning, Monday through Friday. 14 days sessions are offered, each equating to a semester of work in a course during the regular school year. Since it is an optional program, fees apply. Registration takes place each March in the Counseling Office. Learn more by clicking the the icon. 

    Evening School - Extended Education Program

    For students who have fallen behind in credits, Evening School is a nice option to pursue in order to remediate classes, accelerate the earning of required credits, and remain on track for graduation. Classes are held at Compadre High School (Guadalupe and Kyrene), one night per week. Many courses are self-paced, so those students who really apply themselves have the opportunity to earn needed credits in an efficient manner. As an optional program, registration and course fees apply. Visit your counselor for more information.
    Tempe Union Online
    The Tempe Union High School District’s Tempe Union Online (TUOL) program offers students online learning opportunities to provide flexibility for personalized student success. Students work with their teacher in a virtual online environment to study and complete all coursework at their own pace in an asynchronous learning environment.

    TUOL students receive one-on-one instructional support and tutoring from highly qualified, certified teachers. Students also have access to Online Learning Labs at every Tempe Union campus where computers are available for student use in a supervised classroom lab setting. Final exams for all courses must be taken in person at a designated district location and will be proctored by district assigned staff. All courses are aligned to the Arizona Standards and curriculum standards of the District.