OHIO’S

 

Post-Secondary

Enrollment

Option

 

Mentor Public School

Policies and Procedures


POST-SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTION

(PSEO)

Ninth, tenth, eleventh and twelfth grade students in public high schools may enroll full or part-time for nonsectarian courses for high school and/or college credit.   Notification to students/parents prior to the first of March of the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options program and the options available.   Counseling services must be provided to ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grade students and their parents prior to the thirtieth of March for participation in the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options program.   Counseling must address possible risks and consequences as well as benefits of participating in the program.

POTENTIAL BENEFITS

1.     Expands the curriculum offerings;

2.     Provides opportunities to study in more depth those areas of special interest or need;

3.     Opportunities to earn college credit while still in high school;

4.     Opportunities for financial support for taking college courses while still in high school;

5.     Opportunities to experience college-level work and life prior to making final decisions about whether and/or where to attend college.

 

POTENTIAL RISKS AND CONSEQUENCES

1.     Increased responsibility for learning;

2.     Reduced opportunities for participating in high school co-curricular and extra –curricular activities;

3.     Increased financial obligations for tuition, fees, books, and materials if college credit only is sought;

4.     Potential loss of after-school employment opportunities;

5.     Possible effect on grade point average and class standing;

6.     Increased time for travel, study, etc.;

7.     Possible delay of graduation;

8.     Social discomfort.

 

OPTION A

The students may elect at the time of enrollment to receive only college credit.  Under this option, the student must pay tuition and fees as established by the college or university and must pay for textbooks and materials.

College courses successfully completed under Option A will not be awarded high school graduation credit.

OPTION B

Students may choose to receive high school and college credit. Colleges and universities enrolling students under Option B will be reimbursed each July as determined by an established formula for tuition, fees, textbooks, and materials.

If, after high school graduation, an individual enrolls in a college, the college must award full credit for all courses successfully completed under Option B.  Courses successfully completed under Option B will receive high school credit for graduation as appropriate.


INFORMATION AND COUNSELING

1.     PROGRAM ELIGIBILITY

        Students must be bona fide (full time) freshmen, sophomores, juniors or seniors for the year in which participation is sought. In addition, the student must meet the eligibility requirements of the college of choice and be accepted by the college.

 

       A student may not enroll in courses to receive credit toward high school graduation for more that the equivalent of:

        four (4) academic school years, if the student so enrolls for the first time in grade nine;

        three (3) academic school years, if the student so enrolls for the first time in grade ten;

        two (2) academic school years, if the student so enrolls for the first time in grade eleven;

        one (1) academic school year,  if the student so enrolls for the first time in grade twelve

 

       A student who has been expelled by this District is ineligible to enroll during the period of expulsion, unless the student is admitted to another school district or a participating nonpublic school.

 

        ENROLLMENT

*      By March 30 of each year, you and your child must complete and submit the Intent to Participate Form (2271 F1) filed with the high school administration which signifies the intent to participate in the program for the following school year.   Prior to completing this form, you and your child must participate in the special counseling sessions described below and confirm receipt of these counseling services by signing at the prescribed place on the intent form.

 

*      Failure to meet this deadline shall exclude your child from the program for that school year unless a waiver is granted by the Superintendent.  Participation may be withdrawn by you or your child at any time upon written notification to the high school administration.

 

*      Your child must identify the appropriate post-secondary enrollment option prior to the start of the first class session of the fall quarter or semester at the college.  Once the first class session of the fall term has been held, she/he may not change the option selected during the period of that school year, regardless of the number of courses taken.

 

*      A requirement that a student may not enroll in any specific college course through the program if the student has taken high school courses in the same subject area as that college course and has failed to attain a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or the equivalent, in such completed high school courses.

 

*      If your child withdraws from the college class for high school credit within the first two (2) weeks of the college course, she/he will be re-enrolled in the high school classes which were previously dropped.

 

*      Reasonable efforts will be made in scheduling to accommodate the needs of your child when leaving the high school campus in order to participate in this program.  However, scheduling conflicts are not the responsibility of the District.  Revising the master schedule and/or unduly overloading classes are not required in order to accommodate schedule requests.

 

2.     PROCESS FOR GRANTING ACADEMIC CREDIT

Options Required by Section 3365.04 of the Revised Code

*      OPTION A

The students may elect at the time of enrollment to receive only college credit.  College courses successfully completed under Option A will not be awarded high school graduation credit.  Under this option, the student must pay tuition and fees as established by the college or university and must pay for textbooks and materials.

 

*      OPTION B

Students may choose to receive high school and college credit.  If, after high school graduation, an individual enrolls in a college, the college must award full credit for all courses successfully completed under Option B.  Courses successfully completed under Option B will receive high school credit for graduation as appropriate.  Colleges and universities enrolling students under Option B will be reimbursed each July as determined by an established formula for tuition, fees, textbooks, materials.

 

*    Full college credit for successfully completed college courses will be awarded by the             college/university

 

*    High school graduation credit for successfully completed college courses will be awarded by High School

 

*      High school credit will be awarded toward both the graduation and subject area requirements of    school district

 

       Comparable course/credit

       Similar subject area/credit

       Mediation of disputes by State Board of Education

 

*      Effect of grades earned in college courses for which high school graduation credit is awarded upon a student’s GPA shall be determined by the following procedures (as adopted by Mentor High School):

 

       The student shall provide a copy of the college’s notice of grade for any course taken for high school credit.

       The student’s letter grade for the post-secondary course will be taken as reflected on the students post-secondary transcript.  The grade given by the college for the course taken shall be included in the calculation of the student’s final grade point average, as though the course were taken in a high school.  A course taken for Pass/Fail shall indicate whether passed or failed, but shall not be considered in calculating the student’s grade point average.  College courses will not be weighted.

       The student’s college credits for the post-secondary course will be converted to Mentor High School’s credits by the following conversion scale:

 

                          College                                                                                  High School

          Semester Credit                                                                   Conversion Credit

            4.6       --             6                                                                          1

                        2.6                       4                                                                          1/2

                        1          --             2                                                                          1/4

Less than 1 semester credit will be awarded high school credit upon approval.

                          College                                                                                  High School

          Quarter Credit                                                                     Conversion Credit

                        7          --             9**                                                                      1**

                        4          --             6                                                                          1/2

                        2          --             3                                                                          1/4

Less than 2 quarter credits will be awarded high school credit upon approval.

 

*  The grade point conversion for each post-secondary course will be figured into the student’s cumulative grade point average for the year on a full year basis.  (GPA’s will not be calculated on a grading period or per semester basis)

*  The student’s high school transcript shall indicate any college courses taken for high school credit, the name of the college at which the credits were obtained, and the subject, the grade achieved, and the amount of credit applied.

 

3.     FINANCIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR TUITION, BOOKS, MATERIALS, AND FEES

*      OPTION A

All financial responsibilities for any college course taken for college credit rest with the student/parent.  Payment for college courses, including tuition, fees, books, and materials, taken exclusively for college graduation credit will be assumed by the parent.

 

 

*      OPTION B

Colleges and universities enrolling students under Option B will be reimbursed each July by the State Board of Education as determined by an established formula for tuition, fees, textbooks and materials.  Parents and students do not pay, unless:

       Failing or failure to complete a course, whether through a formal “Class-Drop” process, or nonattendance other than for reason generally accepted by the Mentor Public School District, will result in any or all financial obligation for that course defaulting to the student/parent.

*      No financial aid under Chapter 3351 of the Revised Code is permitted to students enrolled in college courses for high school credit.

 

4.     CRITERIA FOR ANY TRANSPORTATION AID

·          All students participating in the post secondary enrollment option program will be responsible for their transportation to and from their homes and the college or to and from the high school and the college.

·          Students may be eligible for full or partial reimbursement for transportation between the college and the high school, however, if they meet both of the following two (2) criteria: students must be taking the college courses only for high school credit, students must be eligible for either free or reduced price lunches under the provisions of the eligibility scale established by the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.

 

5.     AVAILABLE SUPPORT SERVICES

·          Students enrolled in the post secondary program will be entitled to all student services provided to any other of the district’s high school students (counseling, health, etc.).  However, these services will be provided only while the students are on the high school campus and only upon request.  It is also the students’ responsibility to keep themselves informed of academic and other requirements for all students who attend the high school.

 

6.     SCHEDULING

·          Participation is contingent upon admission to the college.  The District will assist the student in gaining admission by providing transcripts and other related documents but will accept no responsibility if the student is not accepted by the college.  Students who are awaiting acceptance should register for high school classes as if they were not participating in the program.  Schedule changes will then be made prior to the start of each semester for those students who receive notice of admission which must be provided by the college, in writing, to the students, the District, and the Department of Education.

·          In the event that the student withdraws from the college class for high school credit within the first two (2) weeks of the college course, the student will be re-enrolled in the high school classes which were previously dropped.

·          Reasonable efforts will be made in scheduling to accommodate the needs of students who will be leaving the high school campus in order to participate in this program.  However, scheduling conflicts are not the responsibility of the District.  Revising the master schedule and/or unduly overloading classes are not required in order to accommodate schedule requests.

 

7.     CONSEQUENCES OF FAILING OR NOT COMPLETING A COURSE IN WHICH THE STUDENT ENROLLS AND THE EFFECT OF THE GRADE ATTAINED IN THE COURSE ON THE STUDENTS GRADE POINT AVERAGE

·          If students withdraw from the college course within the first two (2) weeks of the course, they will be rescheduled for the appropriate high school courses, and no record of the college course will appear on the transcript.  However, if students withdraw from the college courses after two (2) weeks of the classes, the course will appear on the transcript and will carry a grade of Withdrawn/Failing, which will be computed in the same manner as a failing grade on the high school transcript.

·          Any course taken for high school credit at a college or university and completed (or recorded as Withdrawn/Failing) will be clearly identified on the transcript along with the name of the college where the work was undertaken.

 

8.     EFFECT OF THE PROGRAM PARTICIPATION ON THE STUDENT’S ABILITY TO COMPLETE THE GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS OF MENTOR HIGH SCHOOL

·          Students using college courses for credit toward high school graduation may do so.  However, it is the responsibility of participating students and parents to be sure that the courses undertaken will meet the graduation requirements for the students.  Upon acceptance by the college, students should schedule an appointment with a high school counselor to develop a written schedule showing courses to be taken at the high school and at the college as well as all graduation requirements to be met.

·          No high school graduation requirement shall be waived for any student as a result of participation in this program.

 

9.     ACADEMIC AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES OF STUDENTS AND PARENTS/GUARDIANS FOR PARTICIPATION

        *      Acceptance by college

        *      Meeting all requirements and standards for college courses

        *      Meeting attendance requirements

        *      Means of transportation

        *      Others social activities may be limited

·          When attending either regular classes or co-curricular/extracurricular activities at the high school or college, your child will be expected to abide by all District policies and the Student Code of Conduct.  You and your child assume all responsibility and liability related to attendance at a college and must agree to hold harmless the Board of Education, the administration, and the staff for any incidents arising out of participation in this program. Your child must meet all requirements and standards established by the college and assume responsibility for attendance and behavior.

 

10.   ENCOURAGEMENT TO USE THE COUNSELING SERVICES OF THE COLLEGE IN WHICH THE STUDENT INTENDS TO ENROLL

    College

·          The high school counselors, during the individual counseling sessions, shall make available any information provided by the college concerning its counseling services.  In addition, counselors encourage students and their parent to utilize counseling services available at the college to better ensure successful completion of the college courses.

 

11.   NCAA Clearinghouse

*      This pertains only to student athletes that will be applying to the NCAA Clearinghouse for college athletic eligibility.  If a PSEO student, at any time, feels that they may be applying for NCAA Eligibility Clearance they MUST  collect the following information for each course.  This is the student’s responsibility and not that of Mentor High School.

 

The Rule:

*      A high school junior or senior who has taken ANY courses at a COLLEGIATE INSTITUTION while still enrolled at the high school MUST clear those courses with the NCAA INITIAL ELIGIBILITY CLEARINGHOUSE.

*      The following item MUST be supplied to the CLEARINGHOUSE:

      Official transcripts from the College or University (not a report card).

Send each completed course file to:

THE NCAA INITIAL ELIGIBILITY CLEARINGHOUSE

P.O. Box 4043

2255 North Dubuque Road

Iowa City, Iowa 52243-4043

12.   Eligibility for Co-Curricular and Extra-curricular activities

·          Participation in co-curricular and extracurricular activities may be affected if courses are taken for high school credit.  Your child must maintain a class load equivalent to 6/6, 6/6, 5/6, 5/5 classes for the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades respectively per quarter or semester to meet the 5 credit rule of eligibility and the 2.00 minimum grade point average.  In addition, eligibility will also be checked at the end of each college quarter or semester.  A failing grade could result in an ineligibility for the next full school semester.

·          for the next full school semester.

Extracurricular Activities and Athletic Eligibility and PSEO

Important Information!

 

Mentor High School courses and Lakeland (or any other college on semesters) semester hours for any student that is not involved in Extracurricular activities or Athletics.

Students “not”  involved in Extracurricular or Athletic activities

Courses* at Mentor High School per Semester:

At Lakeland you must take no less than:

0 (no classes at MHS)

12 (semester hours)

4 (x .50 credits)

3 - 4 (semester hours)

3 (x .50 credits)

5 - 8 (semester hours)

2 (x .50 credits)

9 (semester hours)

1 (x .50 credits)

10 - 11 (semester hours)

 

Mentor High School courses and Lakeland (or any other college on semesters)  semester hours for any student that is involved in Extracurricular activities or Athletics

Students “involved” in Extracurricular or Athletic activities

Courses* at Mentor High School per Semester:

At Lakeland you must take no less than:

0 (no classes at MHS)

15-20 (semester hours)

(at least 5 courses of 3 credit hours or more)

4 (x .50 credits)

3 - 4 (semester hours)

(at least 1 course of 3 credit hours or more)

3 (x .50 credits)

6 - 8 (semester hours)

(at least 2 courses of 3 credit hours or more)

2 (x .50 credits)

9-12 (semester hours)

(at least 3 courses of 3 credit hours or more)

1 (x .50 credits)

12-14 (semester hours)

(at least 4 courses of 3 credit hours or more)

                * Any course worth only .25 credits would not assist in the 5 credit rule.

 

POST SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS

Subject Area Qualification Form

 “Program Eligibility”

Enrollment

As per the State Law “A requirement that a student may not enroll in any specific college course through the program if the student has taken high school courses in the same subject area as that college course and has failed to attain a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or the equivalent, in such completed high school courses.

Please complete the following form and return to you counselor  (list any courses in progress and grade achieved to date)

 

 

9th Grade

Final

Grade

10th Grade

Final

Grade

11th Grade

Final

Grade

12th Grade

Final

Grade

Cum

GPA

Subject

area

Subject Area

course title(s)

Point

Value

course title(s)

Point

Value

course title(s)

Point

Value

course title(s)

Point

Value

 

Approval

Art

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Business Education

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

English

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Family & Cons Sci

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Foreign Language

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mathematics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Music

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Physical Education

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Science

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Social Studies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Point Scale Value

Letter Grade

1.00 credit course

.50 credit course

.25 credit course

“A”

4

2

1

“B”

3

1.5

.75

“C”

2

1

.50

“D”

1

.50

.25

“F”

.00

.00

.00

 

 
Tech Education

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Example:  Sophomore student (Final Grades Projected)

 
Text Box: Cum GPA Formula
1.  Add up final grade point value per subject area. 
2. Divide by the number of courses per subject area
1 credit course = 1 course
.50 credit course  = 1/2 a course (.50)
.25 credit course = 1/4  a course (.25)
3.  Resulting number is Cum GPA per subject area
Example:  English  -- 4.00+2.00/2  = 3.00 Cum GPA   Yes
         Mathematics  -- 2.00+3.00/2 =  2.50 Cum GPA   No

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9th Grade

Final

Grade

10th Grade

Final

Grade

11th Grade

Final

Grade

12th Grade

Final

Grade

Cum

GPA

Subject

area

Subject Area

course

 title(s)

Point

Value

course

title(s)

Point

Value

course

 title(s)

Point

Value

course

title(s)

Point

Value

 

Approval

Business Education

None

--

None

--

 

 

 

 

N/A

YES

English

English 11

4.00

Eng 10 Col

2.00

 

 

 

 

3.00

YES

Foreign Language

Spanish 1

3.00

Spanish 2

3.00

 

 

 

 

3.00

YES

Mathematics

Algebra 1

2.00

Geometry

3.00

 

 

 

 

2.50

NO

 

 
 


 


                                                              

School/Circle

Memorial

 

Ridge

 

Shore

 

Mentor High

 
Student Name (please print)         Current Grade Level   

 

Parent Name (please print)                                      

Mentor Exempted Village Schools

Mentor High School

6477 Center St.

Mentor, Ohio 44060

 

POST-SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS

“INFORMATION CERTIFICATION”

I hereby certify that my son/daughter has been informed of the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options available to 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade students.  I also understand my responsibilities as a parent/guardian with respect to my son/daughter’s participation in the program.

We have been informed and understand:                                                                          Initial

                                                                                                                                    Parent        Student

1            Program Eligibility                                                                                          _____        _____

2            Process for granting academic credit                                                              _____        _____

3            Financial arrangements for tuition, books, materials and fees                           _____        _____

4            Criteria for any transportation aid                                                                   _____        _____

5            Available support services                                                                              _____        _____

6            Scheduling                                                                                                     _____        _____

7            Consequences of failing or not completing a course                                         _____        _____

8            Effect of the program on completing graduation requirements                          _____        _____

9            Academic and social responsibilities of students and parents                           _____        _____

10          Encouragement to use the college counseling services                                     _____        _____

11          NCAA Course information requirements                                                        _____        _____

12          Eligibility for co-curricular and extra curricular activities                                   _____        _____

              Other questions to be answered based on available information                       _____        _____

 

Parent/guardian responsibilities include:

                   Attending a counseling session outlining the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options program

                   Selecting the P.S.E.O. option for your son/daughter and complete the “Intent to Participate” form and return to your son/daughter’s counselor by March 31

                   Applying for college or university admissions

                   Meeting all requirements and standards for the college courses

                   Meeting attendance requirements as established by the college or university

                   Monitoring and meeting all Mentor High School graduation requirements

                   If the parents and student choose Option A, the parents are responsible for:

                          - The student ‘s tuition and fees as established by the college or university

                          - The student must pay for textbooks and materials

                   If the parents and student choose Option B and the student fails to complete a college course, parents are financially responsible for the student’s tuition and fees and the return of all books and materials

                   Providing transportation to and from the college selected

                   NCAA course information (gathering and sending)

 

                                                                                  

   Parent/Guardian Signature                           Student Signature

   Date                                                Date

 

 

This “Information Certification” form must be completed and returned immediately after the counseling session to meet eligibility requirements.


School/Circle

Memorial

 

Ridge

 

Shore

 

Mentor High

 
                                                              

Student Name (please print)         Current Grade Level   

 

Parent Name (please print)                                      

Mentor Exempted Village Schools

Mentor High School

6477 Center St.

Mentor, Ohio 44060

 

POST SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS

“INTENT TO PARTICIPATE”

(Please print)

 

 

I, ____________________, parent/guardian of _________________, am interested in the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options (P.S.E.O.) as they have been outlined at the ‘Informational/Counseling’ meeting.  My son/daughter would like to participate in the program during the 2006-2007 academic year.

 

   Parent/Guardian Signature

 

   Student Signature

 

   Date

 

 

This form will be returned to your son/daughter’s counselor.  All forms must be returned by March 31.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

____          Memorial__           _                                  Ridge                   _                                                Shore______           _____

Ms. Krizan     (A-L)   974-2255         Mr. Montgomery  (A-L)   974-5405         Mrs. Malm      (A-L)   257-8754

Mr. Couhig    (M-Z)   974-2255         Ms. Nasca           (M-Z)   974-5406         Dr. Wargo      (M-Z)   257-8755

                                                                                                                    

 

Mentor High School

 

Ms. Clements     (A-Ch)                       974-5308                  Mr. Litzinger     (McE-Ra)               974-5350

Mrs. Maynor        (Ci-Ga)                      974-5321                  Ms. Gomori       (Re-Stra)                974-5322

Mr. Quigney        (Ge-Ka)                     974-5217                  Mrs. Goss         (Stri-Z)                   975-5316

Mr. Nemunaitis    (Ke-McD)                 974-5329


                                                              

School/Circle

Memorial

 

Ridge

 

Shore

 

Mentor High

 
Student Name (please print)         Current Grade Level   

 

 

Parent Name (please print)                                      

Mentor Exempted Village Schools

Mentor High School

6477 Center St.

Mentor, Ohio 44060

 

POST SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS

“PARENT AGREEMENT”

 

As the parent of a child who is applying for PSEO for the 2006-2007 school year, I understand the following is my responsibility.  As the legal guardian of _________________________, I agree to notify Mentor High School if the student either voluntarily or involuntarily leaves or withdraws from a class or the PSEO program at the college where she/he is enrolled.  This notification will be to my son/daughter’s Guidance Counselor,                                                              at 974-                       .

I will notify the counselor within one school day of the students’ leaving the college class.  This notification is necessary to assure successful reenrollment in Mentor High School for the purposes of both attaining sufficient credit for graduation and fulfilling Ohio State law regarding the mandatory attendance of all minors in school.

 

 

                                                                       

(Parent Signature)

                                                                       

(Date)

With any questions about this procedure, please call the student’s counselor.

 

 

 

____          Memorial__           _                                  Ridge                   _                                                Shore______           _____

Ms. Krizan     (A-L)   974-2255         Mr. Montgomery  (A-L)   974-5405         Mrs. Malm      (A-L)   257-8754

Mr. Couhig    (M-Z)   974-2255         Ms. Nasca           (M-Z)   974-5406         Dr. Wargo      (M-Z)   257-8755

                                                                                                                    

 

 

 

Mentor High School

 

Ms. Clements     (A-Ch)                       974-5308                  Mr. Litzinger     (McE-Ra)               974-5350

Mrs. Maynor        (Ci-Ga)                      974-5321                  Ms. Gomori       (Re-Stra)                974-5322

Mr. Quigney        (Ge-Ka)                     974-5217                  Mrs. Goss         (Stri-Z)                   975-5316

Mr. Nemunaitis    (Ke-McD)                 974-5329

 

 

School/Circle

Memorial

 

Ridge

 

Shore

 

Mentor High

 
Student Name (please print)         Current Grade Level   

 

 

Parent Name (please print)                                      

Mentor Exempted Village Schools

 

POST SECONDARY ENROLLMENT OPTIONS

Subject Area Qualification Form

 “Program Eligibility”

Enrollment

As per the State Law “A requirement that a student may not enroll in any specific college course through the program if the student has taken high school courses in the same subject area as that college course and has failed to attain a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or the equivalent, in such completed high school courses.

Please complete the following form and return to you counselor  (list any courses in progress and grade achieved to date)

 

 

9th Grade

Final

Grade

10th Grade

Final

Grade

11th Grade

Final

Grade

12th Grade

Final

Grade

Cum

GPA

Subject

area

Subject Area

course title(s)

Point

Value

course title(s)

Point

Value

course title(s)

Point

Value

course title(s)

Point

Value

 

Approval

Art

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Business Education

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

English

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Family & Cons Sci

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Foreign Language

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mathematics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Music

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Physical Education

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Science

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Social Studies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tech Education

 

 

 

 

Text Box: Cum GPA Formula
1.  Add up final grade point value per subject area. 
2. Divide by the number of courses per subject area
1 credit course = 1 course
.50 credit course  = 1/2 a course (.50)
.25 credit course = 1/4  a course (.25)
3.  Resulting number is Cum GPA per subject area
Example:  English  -- 4.00+2.00/2  = 3.00 Cum GPA   Yes
         Mathematics  -- 2.00+3.00/2 =  2.50 Cum GPA   No

 

 

 

 

 

Point Scale Value

Letter Grade

1.00 credit course

.50 credit course

.25 credit course

“A”

4

2

1

“B”

3

1.5

.75

“C”

2

1

.50

“D”

1

.50

.25

“F”

.00

.00

.00