See below for information about grading.
Reports to parents and office records shall be expressed in letter grades, which describe the quality of student achievement. The following guidelines must be used to determine letter grades:
|A+ 98-100||B+ 87-89||C+ 77-79||D+ 67-69||F = Below 60 (failing)|
|A 93-97||B 83-86||C 73-76||D 63-66||F- = Below 50 (failing)|
|A- 90-92||B- 80-82||C- 70-72||D- 60-62|
|Grade Quality Points:|
|A+ 4.33||B+ 3.33||C+ 2.33||D+ 1.33||F = 0|
|A 4.00||B 3.00||C 2.00||D 1.00||F- = 0|
|A- 3.66||B- 2.66||C- 1.66||D- 0.66|
The system by which you arrive at a student's grade should be logical and defensible. You are required to explain your grading system to your class on the first day of school (tests, quizzes, homework, daily class grade, projects, etc.). A copy of this system of grading should also be included in your grade book.
Teachers are required to use the computerized gradebook. Teacher’s grading practices for the year are due in the principal's office by the first day of school.
Distinguished Honor Roll
In order for a student to attain the distinction of Distinguished Honor Roll, he/she must have a grade of no lower than an A- in all of his/her courses for the marking period in which honor roll is being calculated.
In order for a student to attain the distinction of Honor Roll, he/she must have a grade of no lower than a B- in all of his/her courses for the marking period in which honor roll is being calculated.
Please note: There is no minimum GPA required for honor roll.