GPA and Class Rank Presentation. Presented by: B. Wiegand and Kellyanne Scerbo Power Point arranged by: Brendon Stone. Unweighted Simple GPA. 90-100 = 4.0 80-89 = 3.0 70-79 = 2.0 60-69 = 1.0 28-59 = 0.0. Class Rank.
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Presented by: B. Wiegand and Kellyanne Scerbo
Power Point arranged by: Brendon Stone
90-100 = 4.0
80-89 = 3.0
70-79 = 2.0
60-69 = 1.0
28-59 = 0.0
Weights: Standard=1.0 CP=1.04 H= 1.10 AP=1.15
Reason # 1: Not taking a full schedule
(7.0 credits) adversely affects a
student’s class rank.
Student # 1: Currently ranked 10/259. If
we omitted one 0.5 elective (ex: Freshman
Seminar) the student’s quality points
would be reduced by 48.5 points, which
then places the student at 43/259.
Student # 2: Currently ranked 3/259. If this
student did not take the 0.6 credit part-time
Choir she would have lost 59.4 points, which
would place her at 32/259.
Reason # 2: TQP increased the number of independent studies.
Reason # 3: GPA does not correlate to rank.
Example: Student # 3 was a member of the class of 2007. He had a simple GPA of a 3.995 but he was 17/228 in the class.
2. TQP increased the number of independent studies.
3. GPA does not correlate to rank.
Conestoga High School-no rank
Perkiomen Valley High School
Pottsgrove High School
Spring-Ford High School
Methacton High School
Owen J. Roberts High School
Great Valley High School
Boyertown High School
*All schools have a weighted GPA and use it to determine rank.
This new weighted GPA scale will begin in August of 2010.
GPA/class rank will be recalculated for all students retroactively.
We will start reporting class rank in percentiles. This will eliminate the overemphasis of achieving a specific number.
Students must take a minimum of 6.0 credits.
The top three students will be notified of their status at the start of senior year.
A weighted GPA can make our students more competitive for scholarships and/or admittance into college.