Coweta County Grading Policy

Coweta County Grade Scale

Coweta County Schools uses a standard grading scale to assess student performance. The grades are assigned as follows:

Letter GradePercentage RangeGrade Points


To calculate the final grade in Coweta County Schools, use the following example:

AssignmentWeightGrade (%)
Midterm Exam25%88%
Final Exam25%92%

Final Grade Calculation:

Final Grade=(85×0.20)+(90×0.30)+(88×0.25)+(92×0.25)

Final Grade: B (89.1%)

Grading Policy

  • Elementary School: Standards-based grading using a numerical system.
  • Middle School: Traditional letter grades with assessments contributing to final grades.
  • High School: GPA calculation based on letter grades; honors and AP courses receive additional weight.


Q1: How are grades weighted in Coweta County high schools?
Grades are weighted according to the type of course. Honors and AP courses receive additional weight in GPA calculations.

Q2: What is the minimum passing grade in Coweta County Schools?
The minimum passing grade is 60%, which corresponds to a letter grade of D.

Q3: How often are report cards issued?
Report cards are issued every nine weeks, with progress reports provided midway through each grading period.

Q4: Can students retake exams to improve their grades?
Retake policies vary by school. It is best to check with individual schools for specific guidelines.

Q5: How does Coweta County handle incomplete grades?
Incomplete grades must be resolved within a specified timeframe, usually by the end of the following grading period.

For more detailed information, visit the Coweta County Schools website.

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