6330.1: Grading Guidelines for Second - Twelfth Grade

The Millard Public Schools Grading Guidelines for second through twelfth grade shall be used to report achievement, academic progress, and compute Grade Point Averages (GPA) and Class Rankings where applicable.  Weighted grade points shall be given to those grades received in Advanced Placement (AP) classes or International Baccalaureate (IB) classes where applicable.

No. Grade

Letter Grade

% Grade Range

Standard Grade Pts.

Weighted Grade Pts.

1 =

A =

100-93 =

20 Grade pts. or

25 Grade pts.

2 =

B =

92-85 =

15 Grade pts. or

20 Grade pts.

3 =

C =

84-77 =

10 Grade pts. or

15 Grade pts.

4 =

D =

76-69 =

 5 Grade pts. or

10 Grade pts.

5 =

F =

68- 0 =

 0 Grade pts.

 0 Grade pts.

P =

P =

Pass =

 0 Grade pts.

 0 Grade pts.

F =

F =

Fail =

 0 Grade pts.

 0 Grade pts.

Weighted grade points will apply to Advanced Placement courses, to those courses taken for International Baccalaureate purposes wherein students are required to meet IB requirements for standard level or high level assessment and to those courses which are beyond the Advanced Placement course sequence within a specific content area as identified in the Millard Public Schools High School Curriculum Handbook and Registration Guide. Pre-IB courses do not qualify for weighted grade points.  

Dual enrollment students receive two grades.  The first grade is in accordance with the Millard Public Schools grading scale and will appear on the Millard Public Schools transcript.  The second grade will be assigned according to the procedures established for Dual Enrollment courses for the post-secondary institution in which the student has dual enrolled.

Class rank shall be determined by Total Class Rank Points and be calculated and provided for the Classes of 2016-2019.  The Grade Point Average multiplied by the total Grade Points shall equal Total Class Rank Points for each student.  The listing of the Total Class Rank Points from highest to lowest shall determine the class rank of each student. Effective with the high school class of 2020 and thereafter, Class Rank will no longer be calculated.

Date of Adoption
April 24, 2000
Date of Revision
July 21, 2003
August 6, 2007
November 2, 2009
August 17, 2015
November 5, 2018
April 2, 2007