Grading Scale / Promotion Policy

Grading Scale / Promotion Policy

GRADING SYSTEM:           

A
90-100
B
80-89
C
74-79
D
70-73
F
0-69

INCOMPLETES will not be given. If a student has missed an assignment due to an excused absence, the grade of zero will be averaged in the place of that grade until the student makes up the work within a prescribed length of time. All pre-assigned work will be due on the day of a student’s return from an absence. Students will be given five (5) days to make up work or follow other arrangements granted by the teacher. Incomplete work carried over into a new grading period due to extenuating circumstances should be completed no later than the tenth day of the following semester.


PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS: 

For students entering 9th grade in 2011-2012 or subsequent years; each class with a grade earned of 70 or above will count as 0.5 credits -

For promotion to 10th grade: 5 credits

For promotion to 11th grade: 11 credits 

For promotion to 12th grade: 17 credits

Requirements for Graduation: 23 credits met according to graduation requirements and standardied assessment requirements as determined by state and district policies. Passing the Gateway is a graduation requirement for students who entered 9th grade in 1998 and subsequent years.

 

*For admission to a University System of Georgia college or university, students are required to pass specific courses in each academic area, including two units of the same Modern or Classical Language.  Core academic courses, both required and elective, are included in calculation of the HOPE GPA for HOPE Scholarship eligibility.

Demonstrate proficiency in the four core areas - language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies - by passing one EOCT in each of the core content areas or by passing the corresponding subtest of the Georgia High School Graduation Tests.  Passing the Gateway is a graduation requirement for students who entered 9th grade in 1998 and subsequent years.


LATE WORK POLICY:

It is the expectation of the Mill Creek Faculty that students will turn in assigned work ON TIME.

LATE WORK DEFINITION:

Late work is defined as any work turned in after a designated due date, excluding excused absences. 

LATE WORK POLICY

Please check course syllabi for the late work policy for each subject area.

*Teachers have the discretion to give the student a comparable alternative assignment if on the day the assignment is due, a class discussion reveals the answers/themes/ideas for the work assigned.

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