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Academic Grading, Eligbility, and Honors

GRADE POINT AVERAGE

Grade Point Average (GPA) is the total grade points divided by the number of academic courses completed in which the grade point is applied. The grade point system listed below allows for grade point average and is representative of student achievement.

Grade  Points   Grade
Points
A
4.00   C+ 2.33
A- 3.67   C 2.00
B+ 3.33   C- 1.67
B 3.00   D+ 1.33
B-  2.67   D 1.00

    D- .67


HONOR ROLL AND ACADEMIC HONORS (Reference Board Policy 503.8)

Scholarship is recognized and encouraged through an academic honor roll. An honor roll list will be compiled at the end of each quarter and semester. Any student with a 2.67 average or above will be listed on the "B" honor roll. Any student with the no grade lower than an A- will be listed on the "A" honor roll. Academic courses will be used in figuring these grade point averages. (Band, Chorus, and Physical Education are not defined as academic.)

ACADEMIC LETTERS


Any student in grades 9-12 who receives a 3.0 grade point average or higher for two consecutive semesters is eligible for an academic letter. Thereafter, an academic bar is awarded for each additional eligible semester. Students must attend Clay Central Everly high school for at least two semesters to be eligible for an academic letter. In addition, if a student averages a 3.5 grade point average or higher for the semester, the student will receive an academic all-conference award.


ACADEMIC ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

If at the end of the mid-term grading period a student isgiven a failing grade in any course for which credit is awarded, thestudent is ineligible to dress for and compete in the next occurringinterscholastic athletic contests and competitions in which the studentis a member until the student is able to raise their failing grade to passing.

If at the end of the quarter grading period a student isgiven a failing grade in any course for which credit is awarded, thestudent is ineligible to dress for and compete in the next occurringinterscholastic athletic contests and competitions in which the studentis a member for one calendar week.


If at the end of the semester grading period a student is given a failing grade in any course for which credit is awarded, the student is ineligible to dress for and compete in the next occurring interscholastic athletic contests and competitions in which the student is a member for thirty (30) consecutive calendar days.