Model Transcript and Resume
Points of note:
- GPA – Grade Point Average (i.e your cumulative average ). GPA values are calculated on the following standard: https://pages.collegeboard.org/how-to-convert-gpa-4.0-scale.
- Credits – The weight and duration of a given course. A 0.5 credit course carries half the weight of a 1 credit course when calculating GPA.
- Failing – Earning a score of 64.9% or less in any given course will result in an F. Students will not receive credits for failed courses.
- Semesters – Every school year is divided into two semesters, Fall and Spring.
- High school level courses taken in 8th grade earn students high school credits if students pass respective regents exams. Enrolling in Algebra I in 8th grade, for example, will earn students high school credits if students pass the Algebra I regents.
- AP Courses are graded on a weighted scale. All AP courses receive a 1.0 GPA weighted increase on student transcripts. Earning a 3.3 on an AP course will result in a 4.3 on student transcripts.