A student with an incomplete is ineligible for the honor roll. A grade below 70 in any course prevents a student from inclusion on the honor roll. A student must be enrolled in and receive a grade for five courses in a quarter.
High Honors: 93.5-100
Honor Roll is calculated at the end of each quarter using a simple average. To calculate your average for the quarter, add the total points earned, then divide by the number of courses taken. See the below example.
In this example, we would add all scores together (98 + 89 + 92 + 86 + 91) and divide by the number of classes taken (5). We would end up with 456 / 5 = 91.2. Our example student would have earned Honors for the quarter.
Weighted GPA Calculation
Weighted GPA is calculated at the end of each semester, and uses the semester score assigned by teachers for the calculation.
Semester: The semester of the year in which a grade was assigned
Assigned Grade: The grade assigned by a teacher for the semester
Potential Credit: The credit hours a student could earn if the semester requirements for completion are met
Course Weight: A value to identify difference between college prep, honors, and AP/ECE courses. Check the course guide for course weighting.
Credits Earned: The credits earned by the student for completion of the semester
GPA Points: A calculated number used in final GPA calculations. It is calculated by using the following formula:
GPA Points = Assigned Grade * Course Weight * Credits Earned
Weighted GPA Formula: sum(GPA Points) / Potential Credit
|Course Name||Semester||Assigned Grade||Course Weight||Credits Earned||GPA Points||Potential Credit|
|English 9 Honors||1||94||1.05||.5||
|English 9 Honors||2||96||1.05||.5||50.4||.5|
|AP Music Theory||2||86||1.10||.5||47.3||.5|
|Total Potential Credit||4|
|Total GPA Points||388.05|
|Total Credits Earned||4|
Using the above example data, we can calculate the weighted GPA
Total GPA Points / Potential Credit = 388.05 / 4 = 97.0125
*All data used on this page is for example purposes only. It does not reflect accurate weights, grades, or credits. All course information is available on our course guide. Any questions regarding specific student information, including grades or credits earned, should be directed to the student's guidance counselor.