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Grading Policy

Grades 1 and 2

The progress of students in reading/language arts, mathematics, social studies, science, PE, and behavior habits is based on the SCDE/South Carolina Academic Standards.
  • E – The Student is Meeting Grade-Level Expectations with Distinction
  • S – The Student is Consistently Meeting Grade-Level Expectations with Little/No Support
  • P – The Student is Progressing Toward Grade-Level Expectations
  • N – The Student is Not Meeting Grade-Level Expectations
 
PIE (Personalized Instruction and Enrichment) is graded P (Pass) or F (Fail).


Grades 3-5

The state-defined numerical grading scale is used on the report card for Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Math-U-See.
  • A (90-100)
  • B (80-89)
  • C (70-79)
  • D (60-69)
  • F (59 and below)
 
PIE (Personalized Instruction and Enrichment) is graded P (Pass) or F (Fail).
 
Physical education and Math Standards are evaluated using the following grading scale:
  • S – Satisfactory
  • P – Progressing
  • N – Needs Improvement


Grades 6-8

The state-defined numerical grading scale is used on the report card for Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Math Standards, and PE. 
  • A (90-100)
  • B (80-89)
  • C (70-79)
  • D (60-69)
  • F (59 and below)
 
PIE (Personalized Instruction and Enrichment) is graded P (Pass) or F (Fail).
 
Other classes are evaluated using the following grading scale:
  • S – Satisfactory
  • P – Progressing
  • N – Needs Improvement