Hesperia Unified Grading Policy

Hesperia Unified Grade Scale

Hesperia Unified School District uses a standard grading scale to assess student performance. The following table outlines the letter grades and corresponding percentage ranges:

Letter GradePercentage Range
FBelow 60%


To calculate a student’s final grade, assume the following scores across different assignments and exams:

AssessmentPercentage WeightScore (%)
Midterm Exam30%80
Final Exam30%90

Final Grade Calculation:

Final Grade=(85×0.20)+(75×0.20)+(80×0.30)+(90×0.30)

Final Grade=17+15+24+27=83.5%

Final Grade: 83.5% (B)

Grading Policy

Hesperia Unified has specific policies regarding grading, including:

  • Make-up Work: Students are allowed to complete make-up work for full credit within a reasonable timeframe.
  • Late Work: Points may be deducted for late submissions based on teacher discretion.
  • Participation: Some courses may include participation grades as part of the overall assessment.
  • Report Cards: Issued quarterly with mid-term progress reports to keep parents informed.


1. What is the passing grade in Hesperia Unified?
A passing grade is any grade above 60%.

2. How are honors and AP courses graded?
Honors and AP courses have weighted grades, with additional points awarded for higher difficulty levels.

3. Can students retake exams or assignments?
Retakes are allowed under specific conditions as determined by individual teachers.

4. How is class rank determined?
Class rank is based on the weighted GPA, taking into account all courses completed.

5. Are there any grading accommodations for students with IEPs?
Yes, accommodations are provided as per the student’s IEP requirements.

For more details, visit the Hesperia Unified website.

Now that you understand Hesperia Unified’s grading policy, calculate your final grade with our easy-to-use Final Grade Calculator.