Elementary School

Students in kindergarten through second grade who are not able to meet grade level expectations will be considered for retention. Students in grades three through five who make more than two F’s in major subjects will be required to repeat the grade.

Middle School

To receive a passing grade and earn credit in a year-long course, students must earn a two-semester average of 60% or above. If a student in grades six through eight makes more than 2 F’s in math, English, history, science, or Bible the student is required to repeat the grade.

High School

To be promoted to the next grade, students must pass English and have no more than two failing grades. Any grade below a 60% is a failure. To receive a passing grade and earn credit in a year-long course, students must earn a two-semester average of 60% or above. High school students who fail a course necessary for graduation will be required to retake the course. Students may make up one semester to obtain the two-semester average required to pass a class.

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