Judson ISD Grading Policy

Judson ISD Grade Scale

Judson Independent School District employs a standard grading scale for secondary students, ensuring consistent evaluation across the district. The grading scale is as follows:

GradePercentage Range
FBelow 60%


To illustrate how final grades are calculated, consider the following example using the Judson ISD grading scale:

AssignmentWeightGradeWeighted Grade
Midterm Exam30%78%23.4
Final Exam40%92%36.8
Final Grade86.7 (B)

Grading Policy

  • Late Work: Late assignments are subject to a 10% penalty for each day late, up to a maximum of 50%.
  • Reassessment: Students are allowed one opportunity to retake a failed test for a maximum grade of 70%.
  • Extra Credit: Extra credit assignments are available but cannot exceed 5% of the final grade.
  • Participation: Participation may count for up to 10% of the final grade.


  1. What is the minimum passing grade in Judson ISD?
    The minimum passing grade in Judson ISD is 70%.
  2. Can students retake failed exams?
    Yes, students can retake failed exams once for a maximum grade of 70%.
  3. How is late work graded?
    Late work is penalized 10% per day, up to a maximum of 50%.
  4. Are there opportunities for extra credit?
    Yes, extra credit opportunities are available but limited to 5% of the final grade.
  5. What is the policy on class participation?
    Participation can account for up to 10% of a student’s final grade.
  6. How can I calculate my final grade?
    You can use our easy-to-use final grade calculator to determine your final grade based on Judson ISD’s grading policy.

Now that you understand the Judson Independent School District’s grading policy, calculate your final grade with our grade calculator or final grade calculator!