Grade Promotion Policy

  • Grade Promotion Policy

Middle School

 

Students who are failing to meet the minimum requirements academically may be placed on academic probation.  The major aim of the probation policy is to help students improve their academic performance.  Students with “F” in one or more core subjects may be placed on academic probation at the beginning of a second semester.  Grades should improve or the student will remain on probation during the next semester.

All students must maintain a yearly average of 60% in all subjects. Students who receive a failing grade “F” (below 60%) in any of the subjects will be required to take and pass the make-up tests at the end of the school year in order to be promoted. Any passing score in makeup test will be 60%.

Students who receive a failing grade in more than two subjects (Math, Language Arts, Eng. SS, Science, IT, Kurdish, Arabic and Second Language ) at the end of the school year will not be promoted to the next grade level and re-enrollment will be reviewed.

 

   High school

 

Students who receive a failing grade in more than two classes (Math, Language Arts, Science, and English SS, IT, Kurdish, Arabic and Second Language) at the end of the school year will not be promoted to the next grade level and re-enrollment will be reviewed. If a student fails two subjects, he/she has to get make up test. Any passing score in makeup test will not be able to make year total grade higher than “D”. If a student fails make up test in any of the subjects,

he/she will not be promoted to the next grade level.

The following is a list of credits required in order to graduate from RISE. Students must complete the requirements during grades 9-12 and have a total of 24 credits to graduate.

For more information

Go to RISE Student-Parents Handbook

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