Progress Reports and Report Card information and details:
Academic acheivement is measured by participation and performance on assigments, homework, and other class activities. Students earn 5 credits for each class they pass with an A, B, C, or D. Students that warrant a failing grade do not earn credit for the class. These classes may be repeated to earn a passing grade, however, please consult with your counselor first. The following are grade options:
A = Excellent (5 credits)
B = Above Average (5 credits)
C = Average (5 credits)
D = Below Average (5 credits)
F = Failure (0 credits)
Along with a letter grade for acheivement each teacher will issue a citizenship grade. Teachers will develop a classroom managment plan for the class that will outline expected student conduct and citizenship. The citizenship grade identifies student behavior in class as detailed below. In general, students are expected to behave in a mature and responsible manner in class. Absences and tardies are included in this grade, as well as the manner in which students address adults in the classroom. State standards require instructions to include the development of student behavior. The following choices are citizenship grade options:
O=Outstanding S= Satisfactory U= Unsatisfactory
If a student earns two "U" in Citizenship, disciplanary interventions will result in the students forfeit of co-curricular activities.
Progress on student performance for the school year is mailed to parents on a quarterly basis. October, January, March and June are semesters grades and are recorded on the students permanent record and count toward high school graduation credit.
Honors of Graduation
Graduating seniors have the opportunity to be recognized as "Graduating with Honors." The criteria for "Honors" is a GPA of 3.0-3.499; "High Honors" is 3.5- 3.749; "Highest Honors" is 3.75 and higher. Honors status is based on each students total cumulative GPA at the end of the 1st term of senior year. (January 27, 2011)
Notice of unsatisfactory progress
Teachers can also notify parents by mail of student progress during October, December, March and May. These progress reports are mailed to parents of students who are earning less than a "C" grade , midway through the quarter, or they may have attendance problems, or may not exhibiting satisfactory citizenship. Parents may request a conference with their child's counselor to organize a parent-teacher conference, discuss intervention options, and review progress reports.
All students must attend a full schedule of four (4) periods. Seniors who are on track for graduation may attend (3) periods during the second semester of their senior year.
18 Year Old Adults
Students who turn 18 years of age during the school year and remain on campus must abide by all rules and regulations of the school.