High School Academic Eligibility Requirements

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In order to be eligible to participate in cocurricular activities in high school, students must maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.0 as calculated at the end of the most recent nine-week marking period. This requirement applies to students in grades 9-12. The eligibility of incoming ninth graders will be based on the fourth marking period in eighth grade.

All student programs, except those in which student participation is necessary to receive a grade/credit in a course in which the student is currently enrolled, are defined as cocurricular activities.  Such activities include, but are not limited to, interscholastic athletics, drama/theater clubs, world language clubs, sports clubs, performance groups, chess clubs, film clubs, student government, and art clubs.

Semester GPA will not be a determinant in the application of the eligibility code. Summer school credit will not apply in the application of the eligibility code.

Any exceptions, or appeals, to the student eligibility code must be submitted in writing to the high school principal within one week of the distribution of report cards, except for the fourth marking period when appeals must be filed by July 15.

If you have any questions, please contact the respective high school principal.

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