Redlands Unified Grading Policy

Redlands Unified Grade Scale

Redlands Unified employs a standardized grading scale to assess student performance. The grading scale is as follows:

Percentage RangeLetter GradeGPA Value
Below 60%F0.0

This scale is applicable across middle and high schools within the district.


To illustrate how final grades are calculated, consider the following example:

Assessment TypeWeightStudent ScoreWeighted Score
Midterm Exam20%90%18%
Final Exam30%80%24%

In this scenario, the final grade is 81.5%, equating to a B.

Grading Policy

Middle School Grading:

  • Grades are determined based on a combination of classwork, homework, quizzes, tests, and participation.

High School Grading:

  • In addition to the standard grading components, high school students’ grades may include project-based assessments and presentations.

Late Work:

  • Late submissions may receive a penalty, but teachers have discretion to provide extensions under special circumstances.

Extra Credit:

  • Extra credit opportunities are available at the discretion of individual teachers.


Q1: How often are grades updated in Redlands Unified?
A1: Grades are typically updated every two weeks. Check with your teacher for specific timelines.

Q2: Can students retake exams in Redlands Unified?
A2: Yes, students may retake exams to improve their scores, subject to teacher approval and specific guidelines.

Q3: How are GPA values calculated for AP and Honors courses?
A3: AP and Honors courses are weighted more heavily, providing an additional GPA point for each grade.

Q4: What is the policy for incomplete grades?
A4: Incomplete grades must be resolved within six weeks of the grading period’s end.

Q5: Where can I find more information on grading policies?
A5: For detailed policies, visit the Redlands Unified website.

Now that you understand Redlands Unified’s grading policy, calculate your final grade with our easy-to-use grade calculator or final grade calculator!