Cooper's ABC Program gives students a chance during the day and/or after school to make up for past academic mistakes. In the ABC Program students work individually one credit at a time to make up the classes they have failed in the past. Each class contains three main elements which must be completed with at least 70% accuracy. The elements are computer based learning and summatives, offline summatives, and handwritten Cornell Notes.
If students are interested in being a part of the ABC Program either during the day or after school they should talk with their Cooper High School counselor. Their counselor has the appropriate paperwork which must be completed and signed by a parent or guardian before they can begin the program.
Cooper’s ABC Program helps many students graduate on time every year.
If you have any questions about Cooper’s ABC Program please feel free to contact the appropriate grade level counselor or the program coordinator and teacher Ms. Katie Dodd at 763.504.7481 or firstname.lastname@example.org