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Progress Reports and Report Cards

Class grades are determined by the individual teacher according to the grading criteria established by that course.Teachers explain the criteria at the beginning of the course.


Letter grades will reflect the following:


A             Excellent

B              Above Average

C             Satisfactory

F              No credit awarded

P or Cr*        Passing (P grades are not computed into G.P.A.)

INC         Incomplete – To be replaced by final mark later


Teachers include a student’s in-class participation in determining the overall grade for grades 6, 7 and 8 and for the number of credits assigned for Fusion high school electives such as Individualized Reading and Writing (IRW) and Advisory.


Report cards are mailed to parents approximately 10 days after the close of the grading period.


Each semester students in Grades 9-12 are recognized for an honor roll grade point average at one of two levels: a B average of 3.0 or higher or an A average of 3.5 or higher.  


Middle school students in Grades 6-8 are recognized only at the end of the academic year due to the Mastery Learning approach of Summit Learning which requires that students may revise projects and retake assessments throughout the year until a grade of 80%  is achieved.

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