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Concurrent Classes for Mt. Diablo Unified School District

Credit Recovery Program

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, all concurrent program registration is done by the high school counselors. If you would like your child to enroll in the credit recovery program, please contact their high school counselor.

The Credit Recovery Program (Concurrent Program*) offers High School Juniors & Seniors in the Mt. Diablo Unified School District high schools the chance to repeat previously failed courses after the regular high school day. Seniors have priority enrollment into classes. If seats are available, they will be offered to juniors on a first come, first served basis.

Available Courses
The courses usually offered during the year vary by semester, including:

  • English 1, 2, 3, 4
  • World History, US History, Government, Economics
  • Geometry
  • Algebra

Classes are held in afternoon sessions at Loma Vista Adult Center, 1266 San Carlos Ave., Concord CA 94518. 

Fall Term              Dates: Sept - Dec      Tuesday and Thursday            3:45 p.m.–6:00 p.m.
Spring Term        Dates: Feb - May       Monday and Wednesday         3:45 p.m.–6:00 p.m.
Spring Term        Dates: Feb - May       Tuesday and Thursday             3:45 p.m.–6:00 p.m.

(Times may be subject to a slight change)

The term for each class is 12 weeks and coincides with the MDUSD K-12 semesters. The start date will be provided upon registration. Five credits are awarded at the end of the 12-week term if the student successfully completes the course, including work and testing. Students may be awarded fewer credits based on work completion and test scores.

Registration forms are provided by the counselors and administrators at your student's high school. The form must be completed with ALL the required information and signed by the school administrator, parent, and student. Once completed, students and/or parents should bring the form to the High School Office at Loma Vista Adult Center, 1266 San Carlos Ave., Concord CA 94518 during the registration period.

Once classes are full, a waiting list is formed.  

  • Juniors may be admitted if there is space available.
  • The students on the waiting list will be called on the first week of the session only if there is an opening. 

Attendance & Behavior Expectations
Students are expected to attend and actively participate in all classes. Excessive absences and tardies will result in fewer credits being awarded. Adult-like behavior is required at all times. Students will receive an orientation on behavioral and attendance requirements during the first day of class.


  • Use appropriate behavior and language
  • Not use cell phones or earbuds in class!
  • Not smoke, use drugs, or alcoholic beverages on campus
  • Ask permission and obtain a pass to leave the classroom
  • Not leave campus during school hours
  • Remain seated at all times unless directed by the teacher
  • Respect the personal property of others thus avoiding claims of damage
  • (Parent(s)/guardians(s) of students under 18 years of age is/are responsible for damage claims.)
  • Handle books, materials equipment, etc. carefully to avoid damage and possible fines
  • Use computers with care
  • Not loiter on or around the campus
  • Not bring unauthorized visitors on campus


  • Grading information will be provided during the orientation on the first day of class
  • A final grade of 60% (minimum) is required to earn credit
  • Official grades for the term will be sent directly to the Registrar at each high school at the end of the session


Room: High School Office
Office Hours:  Mon- Fri, 8:00am-4:30pm
Phone: (925) 685-7340, ext. 6745


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