Students and parents are informed of student performance and progress according to the following system:
Less than 60
Advanced placement, college dual enrollment, and IB courses are weighted. Students enrolled in these classes will have one additional quality point added to their final grade.
Please see the school wide late work policy on each class syllabus.
FINAL EXAMS AND EXAM EXEMPTION POLICY
Stafford County Public Schools require that semester and final exams will be given in grades 9-12. Students may be exempt from final exams under one of the following conditions:
- The student has maintained an “A” average (93% or above) in a specific course for the entire school year and has not been suspended; or
- The student in grades 9-11 who has been absent from class less than 2 days, has not been suspended, and has maintained a “B” average (83% or above); or
- The student in grade 12 who has been absent from class less than three days, has not been suspended, and has maintained a “B” average (83% or above); or
- The student passed the END OF YEAR SOL test.*
Middle school students taking high school courses for credit will be entitled to exemption options (1) or (2). Students who are enrolled in college-level courses will be required to take final exams if required to earn college credit.