Lee School District Grading Policy

Lee School District Grade Scale

Grades in Lee School District are calculated on a 4-point scale. The following table outlines the grade points associated with each letter grade:

Letter GradePercentage RangeGrade Points

End-of-Course (EOC) scores are translated as follows:

  • Level 5 = A
  • Level 4 = A
  • Level 3 = B
  • Level 2 = C
  • Level 1 = F


To illustrate how final grades are calculated, let’s use the following example:

A student receives the following grades in a semester:

CourseGradeGrade Points
Physical EdA4.0

To calculate the GPA, add up all the grade points and then divide by the number of courses:

  1. Add the grade points: 4.0 (Math) + 3.0 (English) + 2.0 (Science) + 3.0 (History) + 4.0 (Physical Education) = 16.0
  2. Divide by the number of courses: 16.0 / 5 = 3.2

Final GPA: 3.2

Grading Policy

  • Middle School:
  • Grades are based on classwork, homework, tests, and participation.
  • EOC exams count for 30% of the final grade.
  • High School:
  • Semester exams count for 20% of the final grade.
  • EOC exams are mandatory for specific courses and can significantly impact the final grade.
  • Additional Policies:
  • Attendance can affect grades.
  • Late assignments may be penalized.
  • Extra credit opportunities vary by teacher.


  1. What is the grading scale used in Lee School District?
    Lee School District uses a 4-point grading scale where A is 4.0, B is 3.0, C is 2.0, D is 1.0, and F is 0.0.
  2. How are EOC scores factored into final grades?
    EOC scores are translated into letter grades and factored into the final grade calculation. For example, a Level 3 EOC score translates to a B.
  3. Are semester exams required for all high school courses?
    Yes, semester exams are required and count for 20% of the final grade.
  4. Can attendance affect my grades?
    Yes, poor attendance can negatively impact grades as participation and in-class activities are part of the grading criteria.
  5. Are there opportunities for extra credit?
    Extra credit opportunities vary by teacher and course. It’s best to ask your teacher for specific details.
  6. Where can I find more information about Lee School District’s grading policies?
    For more details, visit the Lee School District website.

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