Grading System

Grading System

Classwork, homework, participation, projects, summative performance assessment, etc. are assessed using standards, assessment criteria, rubric of the achievements, and various other tools to indicate levels attained by the student. The following criteria apply to the evaluation of work, using the number grading system 1-4. To attain the following grades, students must satisfy the following critera:

 
Achievement GradesDescriptors
N/AThe expectations for this area are not applicable or are not graded at this time.
1 Improvement Needed. The student is not yet able to perform many of the expectations. Skills are performed inconsistently, with extensive teacher support.
2The student is making steady progress toward the expected levels of proficiency. Skills are sometimes performed with support.
3 The student performs most of the learning expectations with a solid level of proficiency. Skills are performed consistently, with minimal or no support.
4The student performs the learning expectations at a high level of proficiency. Skills are performed consistently, independently, and are readily transferred to other areas.
  In regard to continuous assessment and examinations, it may be necessary to relate letter grades to percentage grades or vice-versa. The following applies:
Achievement GradesPercentage Ranges
NAThe expectations for this area are not applicable or not graded at this time.
100%-69%
C 70%-79%
B80%-89%
A90%-100%