Tulsa Grading Policy

Tulsa Grade Scale

Tulsa Public Schools use a standardized grading scale to evaluate student performance. The grading system is as follows:

Letter GradePercentage RangeGrade Point Average (GPA)


To illustrate how final grades are calculated in Tulsa Public Schools, consider the following example.

Student Grades Breakdown:

  • Homework: 20% of total grade, received 85%
  • Quizzes: 30% of total grade, received 78%
  • Midterm Exam: 20% of total grade, received 92%
  • Final Exam: 30% of total grade, received 88%

Final Grade Calculation:

ComponentWeightGradeWeighted Grade
Midterm Exam20%92%18.4%
Final Exam30%88%26.4%
Final Grade85.2%

The final grade for the student would be 85.2%, which translates to a B.

Grading Policy

  • Middle School:
  • Middle school grading follows the same percentage and GPA scale as high school.
  • Teachers use formative assessments to guide instruction and provide feedback.
  • High School:
  • High school grades are calculated using the weighted categories listed above.
  • Semester exams are mandatory and account for a significant portion of the final grade.
  • Advanced Placement (AP) and Honors courses are weighted to reflect the increased difficulty.


1. How are grades calculated in Tulsa Public Schools?
Grades are calculated based on a weighted system where different assignments and exams contribute a specific percentage to the final grade. For detailed calculations, you can use tools like the Grade Calculator.

2. What is the grading scale used in Tulsa Public Schools?
Tulsa Public Schools use a standard A-F grading scale, where A is 90-100%, B is 80-89%, C is 70-79%, D is 60-69%, and F is below 60%.

3. Are there different grading scales for middle school and high school?
No, both middle school and high school use the same grading scale. However, high school courses may have additional weight for AP and Honors classes.

4. How can I calculate my final grade in Tulsa Public Schools?
You can calculate your final grade by considering the weighted percentage of each component. Use the Final Grade Calculator for an easy way to compute your final grade.

5. Where can I find more information about Tulsa’s grading policy?
More information can be found on the Tulsa Public Schools’ official website here.

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

Feel free to reach out if you have any more questions about Tulsa Public Schools’ grading policy.