Tracy Joint Unified Grading Policy

Tracy Joint Unified Grade Scale

Tracy Joint Unified School District uses a standardized grading scale to assess student performance. The scale is as follows:

GradePercentage Range


To calculate a final grade, consider the following example with a student’s grades across various assessments:

Midterm Exam25%78%
Final Exam25%88%

The final grade calculation would be:

(85% * 0.2) + (90% * 0.3) + (78% * 0.25) + (88% * 0.25) = 85.45%

Grading Policy

Tracy Joint Unified’s grading policy includes the following key points:

  • Middle School Policy: Emphasis on consistent homework submission and participation.
  • High School Policy: Greater weight on exams and standardized tests.
  • Make-Up Work: Students are allowed to submit late work within a specified timeframe for partial credit.
  • Grade Review: Parents and students can request a review of grades if discrepancies are noted.


1. How often are grades updated?
Grades are updated bi-weekly to ensure students and parents have timely information on academic progress.

2. Can students retake exams to improve their grades?
Yes, students are allowed one retake per major exam, provided they complete additional study sessions.

3. What is the policy for late assignments?
Late assignments are accepted up to one week after the due date for a maximum of 70% credit.

4. How are final grades calculated in high school?
Final grades in high school are calculated using a weighted system that includes homework, quizzes, midterms, and final exams.

5. What resources are available for students struggling academically?
Tutoring services and after-school programs are available to help students improve their understanding of the material.

For more detailed information, visit the Tracy Joint Unified School District’s website.

Now that you understand Tracy Joint Unified’s grading policy, calculate your final grade with our easy-to-use Grade Calculator or Final Grade Calculator!