Quarterly GPA

Quarterly GPA is calculated to determine eligibility for Honor and Merit Rolls.

A student must attain a grade point average of 3.5 or higher to be on the Honor Roll. A grade point average of 3.0 to 3.49 will place a student on the Merit Roll.

All courses except Physical Education are used to compute GPA.
A grade of D, F, or Incomplete in any course automatically excludes a student from consideration for both the Honor and Merit Rolls.

Quarterly GPA is calculated by dividing the Total Grade Point Equivalent by the Total Potential Credits.

Total Grade Point Equivalent = Quarterly GPA
Total Potential Credits

Grade Point Equivalent = Grade Earned in Quarter x Potential Credit in Quarter

How to Calculate Quarterly GPA: Example

Course

Quarter

Letter Grade

Grade Points

Credits

GPE

Health 9

Q1

A

4

1

4.000

Foundations

Q1

B+

3.3

1.125

3.713

English 9

Q1

B-

2.7

1.125

3.038

Honors Biology

Q1

A+

4.8

1.35

6.480

Geometry

Q1

A+

4.3

1.125

4.838

Spanish 2

Q1

B

3

1.125

3.375

World Cultures

Q1

A-

3.7

1.125

4.163

Total GPE:

29.607

Total Potential Credits:

7.975

GPA

3.712