Grading Policy

Evaluation procedures for all students must be equitable and consistent. It is the responsibility of the administrators and staff to make professional judgments regarding the achievement of each student. It is the responsibility of each student to comply with the established regulations that affect academic performance.

Progressing Reporting

Parents and students have access to their child’s progress at all times through PowerSchool, the district’s online grade reporting system. Report cards are electronically via PowerSchool issued after each semester. Students may receive a printed copy from their counselor upon request.

A minimum of 24 credits is required for graduation that include:

  • 4 credits each of English and Social Studies
  • 3 credits each of Mathematics and Science
  • 1 credit of Personal Fitness or Health
  • 8 credits of Arts/Humanities and Electives
  • 1 credit of STEAM Electives
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