Grading guidelines for each grade level or course will be communicated and distributed to students and their parents by the classroom teacher. These guidelines have been reviewed by each applicable curriculum department and have been approved by the campus principal. These guidelines establish the minimum number of assignments, projects, and examinations required for each grading period. In addition, these guidelines establish how the student’s mastery of concepts and achievement will be communicated (i.e., letter grades, numerical averages, checklist of required skills, etc.). Grading guidelines also outline in what circumstances a student will be allowed to redo an assignment or retake an examination for which the student originally made a failing grade. Procedures for a student to follow after an absence will also be addressed.
F: Below 70
- On the middle school campus, daily work will count for 40% and test grades will count for 60% of the nine-week average. Semester exams will count as one-seventh of the semester average.
- On the high school campus, daily grades will count for 40% and test grades will count for 60% of the nine weeks grade. Semester exams will count as one-seventh of the semester average.