Grading and Reporting

St. Theresa’s Catholic School uses a quarterly schedule with report cards issued every nine weeks and progress reports each mid-term. Through our online school management system, parents can review student grades/performance, homework, and lesson objectives.

Elementary school students in grade PK are graded on a numerical scale from exceeding expectations to needs improvement.

Elementary school students in grades K and 1 are graded on a numerical scale from advanced to needs improvement.

Elementary school students in grades 2 – 5 are given numeric averages for all core subjects (Religion, Language Arts, Math, Social Studies and Science) and receive ‘satisfactory’/’unsatisfactory’ marks in all other subjects.

Middle school students are given numeric averages in all subjects along with citizenship marks. Middle school students in 6th grade receive a final semester exam in all core subjects, worth 10% of the final grade.  Middle school students in grades 7 and 8 receive semester final grades with a semester final exam in all core subjects, worth 10% of the final grade. High school credit Math courses are worth 25% of each final semester grade.  Middle school students with straight As or all As and Bs are recognized each term on the respective Honor Rolls.

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