The Program of Studies is the curriculum guide for Lakeville high schools. Included in this joint document for Lakeville North, Lakeville South and LinK12 Lakeville is an overview of each curricular area and descriptions of all courses offered in each area. Parents and students are encouraged to review this document and all accompanying information to assist in planning an educational program and accounting for student’s completion of credits for graduation. While parents and students are primarily responsible for assuring students meet all requirements for graduation, deans and the LinK12 Lakeville program director are available to assist, support, and provide guidance in the process.
Common Grading Scale
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G.P.A. and Class Rank
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How to Figure GPA
- Add point values for classes.
- Divide by the number of classes marked
Class rank is determined by the numerical comparison of class members’ cumulative GPA’s. Class rank and grade point average are calculated on the basis of credits earned. PSEO and University of Minnesota Talented Youth Mathematics Program (UMTYMP) grades are reflected on the transcript. PSEO, UMTYMP and concurrent credit grades are not weighted but are calculated into GPA and class rank. Honors courses are not weighted. Only Advanced Placement courses are weighted.
Credits transferred (from another high school or any accredited institution) may be credited toward state and district graduation requirements. Disclosure of students’ relevant high school academic records, wherever their credits have been earned, will be provided by Lakeville High Schools to post-secondary institutions to the extent permitted by Minnesota law.
All transferred classes/credits entered on the student’s transcript will be counted in the cumulative grade point average and class rank, unless recorded as a grade of “P” which has no effect on GPA.
Incomplete Grades: Students who, for acceptable reasons (e.g. illness, family emergency), receive an incomplete mark (“I”) at the end of the quarter/semester will have two weeks to complete coursework and required assessments. Incomplete grades posted on a transcript count as a zero toward cumulative GPA. After the two-week period, the grade will be issued. Exceptions may be granted when special circumstances exist.
Academic Lettering: Students must obtain a 3.7 or higher GPA during two consecutive semesters to be eligible for a letter. Subsequent awards (bars to be placed beneath the letter) can be attained with two additional semesters of a 3.7 or higher GPA.