Credit Options Available Through CVHS

Three options for credit are available through Canyons Virtual High School. To register for any of these options, please click here


Original Credit Credit

Original Credit can be earned for courses taken the first time, or for courses repeated in order to improve a student's GPA.
  • No pre-tests exist which would allow students to skip course content.
  • Students must work through the course sequentially (NCAA requirement).
  • A proctored exam must be passed with at least 60% proficiency. Except Drivre's Ed, pass rate is 70%.  Proctored test may be taken twice.
  • A letter grade is awarded for successfully completing the course.  (Driver's Ed courses are for credit and earn a letter grade).  

Credit Recovery (Make Up) Credit

Credit Recovery (Make Up) Credit letter grade or Pass (P) grade can be earned for successfully completing credit recovery courses, as long as students have previously taken an Original Credit version of the course.
  • Credit Recovery for a "P" grade:  has proctored pre-tests that allow students to demonstrate knowledge and skip course content.
    • Pre-tests may only be taken once every school year.
  • Students must only complete content in modules for which they did not demonstrate competency in a pre-test.
  • Students may review all course modules.
  • A proctored exam must be passed with at least 60% proficiency.  Proctored test may be taken twice.
  • A P "passing" grade will be awarded for successfully completing the course.

  • Credit Recovery for a leter grade:  will not have the option to test out of content and the student will earn a letter grade upon completing the course and passing the proctored test with at least 60% proficiency.

Test-Out Credit

Students may choose to test out of a course by taking the test out exam in a proctored setting.
  • If students pass the test with at least 60% proficiency, they earn credit with a passing (P) grade.
  • If students do not pass the test with at least 60% proficiency, they may take the full course for credit if desired.
  • Students may attempt to "test out" of a course no more than one time per calendar year.
  • For additional details regarding the option to test out of course content, please click here.