Denver Public Schools uses a different system in honors and AP courses to get
weighted GPA values; the scale is as follows: A ...
Colleges report GPA (grade point average) on a 4.0 scale. The top grade is an A,
which equals 4.0. This is the standard scale at most colleges, and many high ...
A majority of schools use the 4.0 scale to report your GPA. A “4.0” score in the 4.0
GPA scale is the highest possible grade you could possibly achieve. You may ...
GPA Scale. Grade points are assigned as follows for each unit in the credit value
of a course: A = 4.0 points; A– = 3.7 points; B+ = 3.3 points; B = 3.0 points ...
Grade, Scale. A+, 90 - 100. A, 85 - 89.99. A-, 80 - 84.99. B+, 77 - 79.99. B, 73 -
76.99. B-, 70 - 72.99. C+, 67 - 69.99. C, 63 - 66.99. C-, 60 - 62.99. D+, 55 - 59.99.
If your school uses the standard A-F grading scale, you can also follow the steps
below to calculate your GPA. If your school uses an alternate scale, please ...
GPA, Letter Grade, Percentage Grade. 4.00, A, 94-100. 3.67, A-, 90-93. 3.33, B+,
87-89. 3.00, B, 84-86. 2.67, B-, 80-83. 2.33, C+, 77-79. 2.00, C, 74-76. 1.67, C ...
Grade Point Average (GPA) Requirements. Four averages, each 2.0 or higher,
are required for graduation: Cumulative GPA - An average based on all courses ...
An Incomplete (I) grade is not calculated in the student's grade point average and
no hours are credited. Refer to the Incomplete Policy for more information.
When calculating a student's term GPA, all courses are counted equally on a 4.0.
(unweighted) scale. Final course grades are calculated (in accordance with ...