• Half-Credit, Two Nine-Week Courses

    In order to be exempt from a final exam at the end of a half credit, two nine-week grading period course or full credit, two nine-week grading period course, a

    9-12 grade student must

     Possess an A (90-100) average with 3 or fewer absences, or

     Possess a B (80-89) average with 2 or fewer absences, or

     Possess a C (70-79) average with 1 or fewer absences, AND

     Have no discipline referrals that result in detention or suspension during the term/semester.

    The final course grade for students in grades 9-12 who meet exemption criteria will be determined from the average of the two nine-week grading period for both a half-credit and a full credit course.

    Full-Credit, Four Nine-Week Courses

    In order to be exempt from a final exam at the end of a full credit, four nine-week grading period course, a 9-12 grade student must

     Possess an A (90-100) average with 6 or fewer absences, or

     Possess a B (80-89) average with 4 or fewer absences, or

     Possess a C (70-79) average with 2 or fewer absences,

    AND

    Have no discipline referrals that result in detention or suspension during the term/semester.

    The final course grade for students in grades 9-12 who meet exemption criteria will be determined from the average of the one nine-week grading period for a half-credit course or the average of the two nine-week grading period for a full credit course.