High School Grading Scale
A = 90 – 100
B = 80 – 89
C = 70 – 79
D = 60 – 69
F = 0 – 59
I = Incomplete
A weighted GPA includes any additional points from taking advanced classes.
An unweighted GPA does not include those additional points and it is what is used for graduation eligibility.
Note: A minimum 2.0 unweighted cumulative GPA is required in order to graduate.
|Regular||Honors||AP & Dual Enrollment|
|A = 4.0||A = 4.5||A = 5|
|B = 3.0||B = 3.5||B = 4|
|C = 2.0||C = 2.5||C = 3|
|D = 1.0||D = 1.5||D = 2|
|F = 0||F = 0||F = 0|
At the end of the seventh semester, the class rank GPA will be calculated by:
- Including semester grades earned in all courses during the regular school day (including replacement grades)
- Excluding courses taken prior to ninth grade, or in approved summer programs, or in approved college or university programs, or in adult education, these grades will be a part of the transcript but will not be calculated in the class rank grade point average
- Class Rank GPA will be carried out five decimal places and rounded to fourth decimal place
Note: In the event of tied ranks for valedictorian and/or salutatorian, the principal shall award co-valedictorian and/or co-salutatorian positions.
Honor Roll Status
Three levels of honor roll will exist:
- Straight “A” honor roll: Grade of “A” in all subjects
- High honor roll: 4.0 GPA and above (high school only)
- Honor roll: 3.2 GPA (rounded to the nearest tenth) to 3.99 GPA