How are Middle School GPAs calculated?

Posted by Kurt Schultz on 11/22/2017

Frequently Asked Question: How are Middle School GPAs calculated?

At the middle school we calculate two different types of GPA. The MS Current Term GPA is reported on student report cards and reflects student GPAs for the report card term. For all courses, A range = 4 points, B range = 3 points, C range = 2 points, D range = 1 point. The MS Cumulative GPA is reported on the middle school transcript and is used for end of year awards. For all courses, A range = 4 points, B range = 3 points, C range = 2 points, D range = 1 point. This GPA multiplies the points earned by number of credits earned, so that an A worth .33 credits (trimester courses) results in a lower GPA than an A worth 1.0 credit (year-long courses).