Our grading scale can be found in the Student/Parent Handbook that was sent to all new families upon registration this year and to those families who renewed and requested a handbook. Handbooks are available in our office. You may come by our office during regular office hours to get one.
The new grading scale goes into effect for the 2022-2023 school year. It now means the “A” letter grade corresponds to scoring a percentage of points within the range of 90 to 100, for a “B” it’s 80-to-89, it’s 70 to 79 for a “C,” 60 to 69 for a “D,” and zero to 59 for an “F”.
Here is an article that goes into a little more detail if you like.
New Grading Scale Impacts Thousands of Tennessee Students
This mostly affects high school students.
Students who are considered to be in the early childhood grades (Kindergarten through 3rd grade), may be graded on an alternative grade scale that can be found in the handbook, on our website (click on the "Grades & Attendance" tab) and on the hard copy grade sheets.
Fall Semester grades are due January 15
Spring Semester grades are due June 15*.
*Graduating seniors' final grades are due May 1 if they are planning to walk in graduation.
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