Marking Period Information
Marking Periods and Report Card Information
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Marking period information:
- Students will receive 6 report cards per year.
- Grades are annualized on the students’ official high school transcripts.
- Semester courses that go on your transcript include: Physical Education, Health, Economics, Government.
- Grades are cumulative. This means that a test, homework, or project given in September will count for the October, December, January, March, May and June report cards. Speak to your teachers about make up work, extra credit and credit support.
Possible grades on my report card:
86-100 Grades may be given in increments of 1 (86, 87, 88, 89, etc.)
65-85 Grades are to be given in multiples of 5 (65, 70, 75, 80, 85)
58 Failing with the potential to pass for the next marking period (not valid for MP6)
55 Failing grade for academic reasons
50 Failing grade for academic reasons
45 Frequently absent, failing for academic reasons
40 Has not reported the first day of school or the first day of a semester
NL New Admit; no credit granted
60 is not a valid grade
A, B, C, D, F--Leadership
Students auditing courses should be graded the same as all other students
P or F-- team gym, service, Apex
Students who have previously received a grade of NX will be asked to complete their classes in a timely manner using Apex online learning. Check with your counselor if you have received an NX.