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Student Information
School/Institution Information
Full Name:
School Name:
Home Address:
Address:
City, State, Zip:
City, State, Zip:
Phone Number:
Phone Number:
Student DOB:
Fax Number:
Parent/Guardian Name:
Email:
Student Academic Record
School Year:
Grade Level:
School Year:
Grade Level:
Credits
Final
Credits
Final
Course Name & Description
Course Name & Description
Earned
Grade
Earned
Grade
Total Credits:
GPA:
Cumulative GPA:
Total Credits:
GPA:
Cumulative GPA:
School Year:
Grade Level:
School Year:
Grade Level:
Credits
Final
Credits
Final
Course Name & Description
Course Name & Description
Earned
Grade
Earned
Grade
Total Credits:
GPA:
Cumulative GPA:
Total Credits:
GPA:
Cumulative GPA:
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Student Information
School/Institution Information
Full Name:
School Name:
Home Address:
Address:
City, State, Zip:
City, State, Zip:
Phone Number:
Phone Number:
Student DOB:
Fax Number:
Parent/Guardian Name:
Email:
Student Academic Record
School Year:
Grade Level:
School Year:
Grade Level:
Credits
Final
Credits
Final
Course Name & Description
Course Name & Description
Earned
Grade
Earned
Grade
Total Credits:
GPA:
Cumulative GPA:
Total Credits:
GPA:
Cumulative GPA:
School Year:
Grade Level:
School Year:
Grade Level:
Credits
Final
Credits
Final
Course Name & Description
Course Name & Description
Earned
Grade
Earned
Grade
Total Credits:
GPA:
Cumulative GPA:
Total Credits:
GPA:
Cumulative GPA:
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Dual Enrollment - Honors/ College Classes
Date Started:
Date Ended:
Credits/Grade:
Location/Notes:
Standardized Testing Information
Test:
Date Taken:
Score:
Location/Notes:
Activities, Awards, Achievements, Hobbies, Volunteer Work, etc.
Date Started:
Date Ended:
Notes:
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Activities, Awards, Achievements, Hobbies, Volunteer Work, etc. (continued)
Date Started:
Date Ended:
Notes:
Attendance
Grade:
9
10
11
12
Present:
Absent:
Academic Summary
Cumulative GPA:
Diploma Earned:
Credits Earned:
Graduation Date:
Grading Scale*
A+
97-100 (4.00)
A
94-96 (4.00)
A-
90-3\93 (3.70)
B+
87-89 (3.33)
B
83-86 (3.00)
B-
80-82 (3.00)
Pass/Fail Courses
70% Min.
Passing Grade
C+
77-79 (2.30)
C
73-76 (2.00)
C-
70-72 (1.70)
D+
67-69 (1.30)
D
65-66 (1.00)
D-
below 65 (0.70)
This certifies that the information herein is complete and accurate.
Signature:
Title:
Printed Name:
Date:
Grade Point Average - Parent Tips for Calculation
A GPA, or grade point average, converts letter grades (A, B, C, D, or F) into numbers or point
values and averaging them to see where grades stand as a whole. For example, an A equals 4
points, B equals 3 points, C equals 2 points, D equals 1 point, and F (failing) receives 0 points.
Use the grading scale below for specific weights.
Weighted
Grade
Non
College Prep
Honors
Advanced &
Weighted
(Level 4)
AP (Levels 5
Level 2
Level 3
& 6)
A+
4.33
4.33
4.67
5.00
5.33
A
4.00
4.00
4.33
4.67
5.00
A-
3.67
3.67
4.00
4.33
4.67
B+
3.33
3.00
3.33
3.67
4.00
B
3.00
3.00
3.33
3.67
4.00
B-
2.67
2.67
3.00
3.33
3.67
C+
2.33
2.33
2.67
3.00
3.33
C
2.00
2.00
2.33
2.67
3.00
D+
1.33
1.33
1.67
2.00
2.33
D
1.00
1.00
1.33
1.67
2.00
D-
0.67
0.67
1.00
1.33
1.67
F
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
Calculating Yearly GPA
1. Assign points for each completed course credit
2. Add up the number of course credits taken. Award either 1 or ½ credit for each course;
give 1 credit for a 1 year course and give ½ (0.5) credit for a 1 semester course
3. Sum the grade points and divide them by the sum of the course credits taken in a given
year, and then round to the nearest two (2) decimal places. This is the yearly GPA
4. Continue this formula until you convert each grade given for all courses taken in a given
year, and then add the grade points together
Calculating Cumulative GPA
1. To calculate cumulative GPA., total the credit hours and grade points from all semesters
accumulated over the 4 years
2. Divide the total grade points by the total credit hours (over the 4 years)
3. Round the average to the nearest two decimal places for your student’s cumulative GPA
Calculating Advanced Placement (AP) or Honors Courses
When taking AP (advanced placement) or honors courses, grade points are generally weighted.
For example, a half point (.50) is added for honors courses, and a whole point (1.0) is added for
AP courses (A then equals 4.50 for an Honors class, or 5.00 for an Advanced Placement class).
As schools may differ when assigning point value, contact your college for their grading
system.)
Earning Dual Credit
Did you know 15 hours of college credit validates a high school diploma? Many parents enroll
their students into dual credit at local community colleges, take college level courses online, or
take AP tests in order to gain these additional credits.
Tip:​ Double check the GPA calculation for any errors before using it on college or job
applications.
*Grading scale is based on standardized information provided by the National Center for Education Statistics. This is
just a suggestion to help parents with calculating GPA. As the designated instructor, you can choose the scale that
works for your teaching environment.
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