Collier Grading Policy

Collier Grade Scale

Collier School District employs a standard grading scale for assessing student performance. The grading scale is as follows:

GradePercentage Range
FBelow 60%

Grade Point Average (GPA) Scale:

GradeRegular CoursesHonors CoursesAP/IB Courses


To calculate a final grade in Collier School District, use the following example:

A student has the following grades:

  • Homework: 85%
  • Midterm Exam: 78%
  • Final Exam: 92%

Assuming the weights are:

  • Homework: 30%
  • Midterm Exam: 30%
  • Final Exam: 40%


Final Grade = (85% * 0.3) + (78% * 0.3) + (92% * 0.4)

Final Grade = (85 * 0.3) + (78 * 0.3) + (92 * 0.4)

Final Grade = 25.5 + 23.4 + 36.8

Final Grade = 85.7%

Grading Policy

  • Middle School:
  • Utilizes a similar grading scale as high school.
  • Emphasis on formative assessments and class participation.
  • High School:
  • Weighted GPA for Honors and AP/IB courses.
  • Regular progress reports and parent-teacher conferences.


  1. What is the grading scale used in Collier School District?
    Collier School District uses a standard A-F grading scale, with percentages ranging from 90-100% for an A to below 60% for an F.
  2. How are grades weighted for Honors and AP courses?
    Honors courses receive an additional 0.5 weight, while AP/IB courses receive an additional 1.0 weight.
  3. How often are progress reports issued?
    Progress reports are issued quarterly, with additional updates as needed.
  4. What is the policy for grade appeals?
    Students and parents can appeal grades by contacting the school administration within a specified time frame after grades are issued.
  5. Where can I find more information about Collier’s grading policies?
    More information can be found on the Collier School District’s official website.

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